D-Link DIR-882 A1 AC2600

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mrwulf
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2020 20:20    Post subject: Reply with quote
I've had to roll back to stock D-Link after an issue with my TP-Link 54g smart devices constantly dropping off the wifi every 30 seconds.

D-Link stock firmware is so restrictive its ridiculous.
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Chade Fallstar
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 9:02    Post subject: Reply with quote
Using 42335 on 882A1 at the minute, seems stable enough, no random reboots or 5Ghz signal disappearing that used to happen with the old 39296 i was still on. Only using the router as an AP though.
mrwulf
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 19:36    Post subject: Reply with quote
Chade Fallstar wrote:
Using 42335 on 882A1 at the minute, seems stable enough, no random reboots or 5Ghz signal disappearing that used to happen with the old 39296 i was still on. Only using the router as an AP though.


Mine was faultless for 4 days and then I noticed the smart devices being unavailable.

Checked DD-WRT and they were connected on LEGACY and all 4 of them were disconnecting off the wifi every 30 seconds.
exodia
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2020 18:06    Post subject: Your dir-882 kernel and ddwrt version Reply with quote
Hi guys,
I am here again. I tried flashing build #36527 and it became stable for about a week but after that the 5ghz band disappeared without me changing anything in configuration. I would like to ask you guys what version do you use now that is somehow stable and where qos is use-able. I need this for my gaming as I lag when somebody starts streaming youtube.

Thank you very much,
exodia
exodia
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 25, 2020 4:04    Post subject: Reply with quote
mrwulf wrote:
Chade Fallstar wrote:
Using 42335 on 882A1 at the minute, seems stable enough, no random reboots or 5Ghz signal disappearing that used to happen with the old 39296 i was still on. Only using the router as an AP though.


Mine was faultless for 4 days and then I noticed the smart devices being unavailable.

Checked DD-WRT and they were connected on LEGACY and all 4 of them were disconnecting off the wifi every 30 seconds.


Hi mrwulf,

I would like to ask you if problem still exists for build 42335. I’m thinking of flashing to that build as well. I read through the forums about ddwrt on dir-882 and this is what I read so far:
36527 - stable but no queueing discipline (personally tried)
39296 - most stable for 2019 build but no queueing discipline (my build so far)
39538 - unstable but start of build with queueing discipline
40559 - fqcodel issue, 5ghz issue (personally encountered)
41784 - same issue
42335 - seems stable as per user (might personally try)

I do not specifically know what builds broly made but props to him as well because I read many posts citing and thanking him.

To all the developers and people who contribute and help for the benefit of this amazing firmware, I want to thank you all so much.
Iangh
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2020 4:02    Post subject: Reply with quote
Haven't learnt that one should reset to defaults with upgrades due to a different kernel I ventured forth.

Both 42336 and 42617 logged me in to my ISP using PPP0E. Unfortunately, the wireless performance was dire relative to 39396: it was unstable and had lower speeds than 39296.

Tried Broly's 42670 but couldn't get that to register with my ISP. Tried re-booting router and modem to no avail.

After 3 hours of frustration I returned to the safe bosom of 39296. If anybody is using Broly's and PPPoE, did you do anything other than input the username and password?
phzr
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2020 1:55    Post subject: Reply with quote
Im on 39296. Wifi speeds are pretty bad but any build forward of that including Brolys refuses to connect to ISP using PPPOE
i0ntempest
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2020 8:40    Post subject: Reply with quote
phzr wrote:
Im on 39296. Wifi speeds are pretty bad but any build forward of that including Brolys refuses to connect to ISP using PPPOE
Do you get random reboots? I get kinda frequent KPs on 39296 (2-7 a week) so I decided to move on. Now I'm on the bleeding edge.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2020 18:14    Post subject: Reply with quote
NOTICE: For those following this device and Official and Unofficial firmware, i.e. Broly's Crispin builds, this topic has been split. Please find Broly's build in the sticky at the top of the forum and discuss issues with his builds there, and Official BS build issues in this thread. Thank you.

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phzr
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2020 22:23    Post subject: Reply with quote
i0ntempest wrote:
phzr wrote:
Im on 39296. Wifi speeds are pretty bad but any build forward of that including Brolys refuses to connect to ISP using PPPOE
Do you get random reboots? I get kinda frequent KPs on 39296 (2-7 a week) so I decided to move on. Now I'm on the bleeding edge.


Yeh I do. Sometimes I get through a day fine. Yesterday I had like 3 reboots.

But can't get any future builds to connect via PPPOE
mrwulf
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2020 13:09    Post subject: Reply with quote
Iangh wrote:
Haven't learnt that one should reset to defaults with upgrades due to a different kernel I ventured forth.

Both 42336 and 42617 logged me in to my ISP using PPP0E. Unfortunately, the wireless performance was dire relative to 39396: it was unstable and had lower speeds than 39296.

Tried Broly's 42670 but couldn't get that to register with my ISP. Tried re-booting router and modem to no avail.

After 3 hours of frustration I returned to the safe bosom of 39296. If anybody is using Broly's and PPPoE, did you do anything other than input the username and password?


I've managed to sort the issue on 42747 (non Broly's build).

It seems like for whatever reason my Amazon Echo's and smart plugs need to be on their on virtual WLAN.

Since creating the virtual WLAN adding the devices and then doing the reboot they connect for days.

Only slight issue I have noticed is the PPPOE uptime counter on the WAN status resets to zero at midnight every night.

The actual PPPOE does not drop.

Wireless speeds are stable on 2.4 and 5Ghz.

Think this is the most stable DD-WRT build I have found for the DIR-882.

I factory reset'd and then uploaded my config file, then did a full reboot.
phzr
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 18, 2020 23:12    Post subject: Reply with quote
For anyone following build 42914 seems to have resolved most issues discussed in this thread. Stable. All features working and good Wifi speeds
kernel-panic69
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 19, 2020 18:38    Post subject: Reply with quote
This thread should not be used as a one-stop shop help desk, etc. Not going to have a thread turn into 100 pages of unnecessary cumbersome nonsense. Check the build release threads, report issues there. Otherwise, use search function, Google, or open a new thread with specific build revision number to discuss issues. Thank you.
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