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Earlier, I honestly didn’t know exactly what that signature was for, and the ASUS documentation doesn’t mention it.
I reached out to ASUS tech support and they said this: This is different from what I thought it was for.
This is related to the Ai Protection from Trendnet.
To date, there isn’t really a way to update the signature version or a need to.
I thought it had something to do with ensuring that you are installing a genuine ASUS firmware.
That is, something that would prevent you from installing third-party or open source router firmware, like DD-WRT or Tomato.
In rare cases, updating your firmware (or failing to do so) can brick your router.
Sometimes, it’s just a case of the settings being wiped out and you just need to reset it, leave it unplugged for about 15 minutes, and then connect via an Ethernet cable and set it up again.
), your router needs to be updated with the latest security patches and fixes to make sure it performs well.
Keep an eye out for the “Security Updates” section. If your ASUS router isn’t detecting the firmware update already and you know one’s out there (for example, you downloaded it from the ASUS website), you can check for a newer version by clicking Check, or you can manually upload a firmware file you downloaded from ASUS.
Just make sure the firmware you are uploading is legit from the actual ASUS support site.
Click the firmware version to go to the firmware update screen, or go to Advanced Settings then Administration then Firmware Upgrade.
The Firmware Upgrade screen will tell you if there is new firmware available and will give you the changelog, too. Your router will install the firmware update and reboot, so warn your wife if she’s watching Netflix at that exact moment.