A new version of the Linksys WRT54GL Wireless router has been spotted by Ars Technica, which is apparently an update to the firmware for the WRT5350 wireless router that was first released back in February.
We’ve reached out to Linksys for comment, and we’ll update this post when we hear back.
The WRT7000 router is the latest in a line of Linksys routers to support firmware updates, including the WRD7100 and WRD7100.
That said, Linksys’ announcement of the WRX802.11ac wireless router back in September 2015 included a firmware update that brought the WRN7000 wireless router up to version 1.3.7.
The WRX703 and WRX704 wireless routers were also updated in January of 2016, and the WR9000 and WRW9000 were updated in December of 2016.
That list includes all WRX 802.11a/b/g/n wireless routers from the Linksy brand since they were first released in 2014.
The WRX702, WRX7000, and WRT7400 wireless routers are still supported by Linksys, but the WRP7000 and the WQF750 wireless routers will no longer be supported.
We also didn’t get a response from Linksys on whether the WRZ702 will be updated.