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PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2022 3:25    Post subject: DD-WRT BS build 50057 and Asus RT-N18U Reply with quote
Router/Version: Asus RT-N18U (rev. A1)
Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r50057 std (09/03/22)
Kernel: Linux 4.4.302-st25 #7239 Sat Sep 3 03:51:17 +07 2022 armv7l
Previous: DD-WRT v3.0-r49792 std (08/20/22)
Mode: WAN @ DHCP, Wireless @ APf
Status: Working (
Not 24/7; Not using IPv6, VAP, VPN, CTF, FA;
DDNS OK; Port-forwarding OK;
Using NAS (ksmbd, minidlna, lighttpd), USB (jffs, opt), Recursive DNS Unbound;
Entware core (CPU: armv71) installed without problem
)
Reset: Factory RESET during firmware upgrade
File: https://download1.dd-wrt.com/dd-wrtv2/downloads/betas/2022/09-03-2022-r50057/asus-rt-n18u/

Warning(s)/Error(s)

1. Enabling CTF broke port-forwarding, which was expected.

2. DD-WRT didn't scan for /jffs/etc/unbound.conf in USB drives when USB drive was mounted as /jffs during sysinit. However, MiniDLNA could detect and load /jffs/etc/minidlna.conf from USB storage.

3. MSTPD reported multiple entries of the same error, not seen in previous builds:

Code:
# grep -i err /var/log/messages | grep mstpd

Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Jan  1 08:00:33 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Sep  6 10:59:16 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported

All messages about MSTPD:
Code:
# grep -i mstpd /var/log/messages

Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: create_br: Add bridge br0
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: create_if: Add iface vlan1 as port#1 to bridge br0
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port vlan1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: create_if: Add iface eth1 as port#2 to bridge br0
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port eth1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_br_up: br0 was down. Set up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_state: br0:vlan1:0 entering blocking state
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_state: br0:eth1:0 entering blocking state
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_flush_all_fids: br0:vlan1:0 Flushing forwarding database
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_flush_all_fids: br0:eth1:0 Flushing forwarding database
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_state: br0:vlan1:0 entering learning state
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_state: br0:eth1:0 entering learning state
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port eth1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port vlan1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port vlan1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port eth1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port vlan1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port eth1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_state: br0:vlan1:0 entering blocking state
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_state: br0:eth1:0 entering blocking state
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_ageing_time: br0:vlan1 Setting new ageing time to 15
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_ageing_time: br0:eth1 Setting new ageing time to 15
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port vlan1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port eth1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:13 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Jan  1 08:00:28 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_ageing_time: br0:vlan1 Setting new ageing time to 300
Jan  1 08:00:28 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_ageing_time: br0:eth1 Setting new ageing time to 300
Jan  1 08:00:33 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_state: br0:vlan1:0 entering learning state
Jan  1 08:00:33 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_state: br0:eth1:0 entering learning state
Jan  1 08:00:33 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port vlan1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:33 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port eth1 : up
Jan  1 08:00:33 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Sep  6 10:59:16 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_state: br0:vlan1:0 entering forwarding state
Sep  6 10:59:16 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_state: br0:eth1:0 entering forwarding state
Sep  6 10:59:16 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_ageing_time: br0:eth1 Setting new ageing time to 15
Sep  6 10:59:16 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_ageing_time: br0:vlan1 Setting new ageing time to 15
Sep  6 10:59:16 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port vlan1 : up
Sep  6 10:59:16 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: set_if_up: Port eth1 : up
Sep  6 10:59:16 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: error, ethtool_get_speed_duplex: Cannot get speed/duplex for eth1: Not supported
Sep  6 10:59:31 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_ageing_time: br0:vlan1 Setting new ageing time to 300
Sep  6 10:59:31 RT-N18U-HST daemon.info mstpd[634]: MSTP_OUT_set_ageing_time: br0:eth1 Setting new ageing time to 300

edit:

4. I did NOT enable any VPN services, but VPN modules were still loaded. Should I worry about security and backdoor?
Code:
# grep -i vpn /var/log/messages

Jan  1 08:00:17 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : vpn modules successfully unloaded
Jan  1 08:00:17 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_conntrack_proto_gre successfully loaded
Jan  1 08:00:18 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_nat_proto_gre successfully loaded
Jan  1 08:00:18 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_conntrack_pptp successfully loaded
Jan  1 08:00:19 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_nat_pptp successfully loaded
Jan  1 08:00:31 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : vpn modules successfully unloaded
Jan  1 08:00:31 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_conntrack_proto_gre successfully loaded
Jan  1 08:00:31 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_nat_proto_gre successfully loaded
Jan  1 08:00:31 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_conntrack_pptp successfully loaded
Jan  1 08:00:31 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_nat_pptp successfully loaded
Sep  8 17:24:26 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : vpn modules successfully unloaded
Sep  8 17:24:26 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_conntrack_proto_gre successfully loaded
Sep  8 17:24:26 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_nat_proto_gre successfully loaded
Sep  8 17:24:26 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_conntrack_pptp successfully loaded
Sep  8 17:24:26 RT-N18U-HST user.info : [vpn modules] : nf_nat_pptp successfully loaded

5. Some errors seen when reloading the firewall, and VPN modules were loaded as well. Removing the 4 VPN modules using rmmod did NOT affect internet access.
Code:
# service firewall stop

[sfe] : shortcut forwarding engine successfully stopped
[sfe] : shortcut forwarding engine successfully started

# service firewall start

[sfe] : shortcut forwarding engine successfully stopped
cat: can't open '/proc/sys/net/netfilter/nf_conntrack_flush': No such file or directory
cannot open /proc/sys/net/ipv6/neigh/default/gc_thresh1
cannot open /proc/sys/net/ipv6/neigh/default/gc_thresh2
cannot open /proc/sys/net/ipv6/neigh/default/gc_thresh3
cannot open /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/br0/loop
[vpn modules] : vpn modules successfully unloaded
[vpn modules] : nf_conntrack_proto_gre successfully loaded
[vpn modules] : nf_nat_proto_gre successfully loaded
[vpn modules] : nf_conntrack_pptp successfully loaded
[vpn modules] : nf_nat_pptp successfully loaded
[sfe] : shortcut forwarding engine successfully started
[sfe] : shortcut forwarding engine successfully started


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2022 4:28    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router/Version: TP-Link Archer c9 v2
File/Kernel: DD-WRT v3.0-r50057 std (09/03/22) / Linux 4.4.302-st25 #7237 SMP Sat Sep 3 03:39:38 +07 2022 armv7l
Previous/Reset: DD-WRT v3.0-r50012 std (08/31/22) / No
Mode/Status: Gateway, OpenVPN server, DDNS (DNS-O-Matic), static IPs, access restrictions at night, UPnP, port forwarding, IPv6 with prefix delegation / Up for 12hrs+
Issues/Errors: Access Restrictions on schedule not working.
I've tried blocking by IP and macid but can't get it going.
https://wiki.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Parental_control#No_Internet_Access_for_Children_at_Night
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2022 7:32    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router/Version: Asus RT-N66U
File: dd-wrt.v24-50057_NEWD-2_K3.x-big-RT-N66U.trx
Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r50057 big (09/03/22) (prev. DD-WRT v3.0-r49866 big (08/24/22))
Kernel: Linux 4.4.302-st25 #18432 Sat Sep 3 05:05:49 +07 2022 mips
Mode: Gateway, SFE disabled, Wifi disabled, WAN disabled, Wireguard Endpoint for external VPS, connected via LAN to WRT1900ACS v2, Keep Alive reboot 6:05 in the morning
Reset: No
Status: Installed at release, ok.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2022 13:42    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router/Version: Tp-Link Archer c9v4
File/Kernel: archer-c9v4-webflash.bin (r50057) / Linux Router 4.4.302-st25 #7237 SMP Sat Sep 3 03:39:38 +07 2022 armv7l
Previous/Reset: DD-WRT 44715 (08/11/20) / no
Mode/Status: OK. Gateway(tested 1Gbps NATing) + AP on 2.4 N&G(max 200Mbps) /5GHz AC (max 500Mbps) + CTF & FA
Issues/Errors: `nvram erase && reboot` bricks the router - boot loop


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 08, 2022 11:05    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router/Version: Tp-Link Archer c9v4
File/Kernel: archer-c9v4-webflash.bin (r50057) / Linux Router 4.4.302-st25 #7237 SMP Sat Sep 3 03:39:38 +07 2022 armv7l
Previous/Reset: DD-WRT 44715 (08/11/20) / yes. i.e. at upgrade time I chose "After flashing, reset to Default Setting"
Mode/Status: boot loop
Issues/Errors: boot loop



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PostPosted: Thu Sep 08, 2022 15:14    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router/Version: Asus RT-AC88U/Asus RT-AC88U
File DD-WRT v3.0-r50057 std (09/03/22)
Kernel: Linux 4.4.302-st25 #7240 SMP Sat Sep 3 03:58:21 +07 2022 armv7l

Gateweay (new hardware 2020)
Previous/Reset: 49866/no
Mode/Status: gateway, DDNS, Samba, DHCP static leases, MAC filter, port forwarding

Issues/Errors: Lost the 2.4GHz WIFI interface again and wl0 is now the 5GHz interfaces. Configuration is partially messed up since parameters don't fit anymore. After the update (and may be some more traffic data) i hit the 64Kb NVRAM size again. After removing traffic info from 2020 and 2021 the router is working normal again. There is definitely a bug with NVRAM handling if exceeding 64kb.

I also have still random reboots on my both RT-AC88U routers with all previous versions. The new hardware (gateway router) much more often than the other one. This happens 3-5 times the week.

Switch ports 1-4 are still reversed in the web interface.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2022 3:44    Post subject: Reply with quote
Router/Version: Cisco Linksys E2000 H.W. Rev 1 https://forum.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Linksys_E2000
File/Kernel: dd-wrt.v24-50057_NEWD-2_K3.x_mega-e2000.bin / Linux 4.4.302-st25
Previous/Reset: dd-wrt.v24-49212_NEWD-2_K3.x_mega-e2000.bin / yes
Mode/Status: Wifi Off + PPTP Client (Internal Network) + StrongVPN WireGuard Client (WAN) + Not used as primary WAN/NAT Router / working
Issues/Errors: After flashing / 30-30-30 reset; Set up all my configs & saved. Unplugged from testing/setup bench and plugged into my network. All configs wiped. Set up configs again. It worked fine for about 5 days and it just stopped working. I plugged in my bench spare that still had 49212 on it and my internet is back to normal.

50057 seems to boot up a lot slower. Overall didn't work as well.

I have two of these e2000 routers. One as a spare & to test new builds/configs. I use one behind my primary NAT router to put my whole network on WireGuard VPN with Strong VPN configs.
Other internal routers connect to LAN ports wired only.

I will try another new build later to see if there is a more stable one. I apologize, I did not save the logs. I couldn't log in the web interface around the 5th day.

Advice is welcome.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2022 16:07    Post subject: Reply with quote
Black Tiger wrote:
I always lose all settings after a firmware upgrade.
Probably because I always do a erase nvram command before reboot (seeing it advised somewhere).
Yup, don't do that unless you have issues afterward or for large builds jumps. (Ref: #4.3)
Black Tiger wrote:
In the beginning of this thread I see this command:
Code:
CLI Flash: 'cd /tmp' then 'wget {file URL}' (http only) or 'curl -O {file URL}' (http, https, ftp). 'write {file} linux' then 'reboot'.
However, in the installation guide for future upgrades, there it says there to write to linux2 first.

Is it still best to write to linux2 first and afterwards to linux? Or has the writing command to linux2 become obsolete? Since I don't see it in the mentioned command here in this thread.

You're referring to the EA6400 wiki, right:
Linksys_EA6400 wrote:
5d. Flash it to linux2 (TAKES ABOUT 5 MINUTES!!) with Putty (Command is: mtd -f write firmware.bin linux2)
I know it wasn't clear [updated] but those instructions are only for initial flash from Linksys OEM firmware. One would normally just GUI flash from then on (per 'Method 1'), and you don't need to reset. Smile

The build thread CLI flash info is from the Installation wiki. The EA6400 wiki also [now] references how to utilize the linux partitions [on the EA6900 wiki...] here. E.g. for those paranoid, one could flash to the 'other' partition when you upgrade, and switch to it... in the event of an issue it would be easy to switch back. And welcome, btw. Cool

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2022 16:21    Post subject: Reply with quote
Quote:
You're referring to the EA6400 wiki, right:

No. I was referring to the forum install guide.

There it said:
Quote:
Future Firmware Upgrades
The Firmware Upgrade tab in the web GUI may not be reliable for this router. To upgrade, follow the procedure outlined above (note that you should probably always have SSHd enabled on this device):

Which gave me the impression that it should better be done via console than via the GUI.

Quote:
One would normally just GUI flash from then on (per 'Method 1'), and you don't need to reset. Smile

Oke, I didn't do that because of the above statement in the forum guide.
I will try via the GUI next time. Thank you! Smile
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2022 15:46    Post subject: Reply with quote
The Linksys EA series webUI flash has to be done twice if you want the same version on both:
tedm wrote:
Router/Version: Broadcom Northstar (Linksys EA6200)
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Issues/Errors: Usual Linksys EA6xxx stuff
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You have to flash it 2 times since there's 2 partitions. The router does properly switch over to the "backup" partition after flashing it the first time. (well it did for me)

Or, you can do CLI flash, your choice.

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