Joined: 09 Nov 2014 Posts: 311 Location: Bakersfield, CA
Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2015 4:07 Post subject:
This build seemed to have quite lower throughput than the previous build I was using (27360M), so I rolled back and all seems to be back to normal speeds.
This is on a Linksys e1200v2 _________________ Deployed Routers:
Netgear R7000 - 5x build 44538M
- Gateway: DoT/DoH, CAKE QoS, USB /w Entware
- Second Subnet Gateway: CAKE QoS, USB /w Entware
- Client Bridge x3: USB /w Entware
Too many to list. I have old routers, bricked routers, weird routers. You name it.
Router: DIR-890L * 2
firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r27490 (07/06/15) std (flashed the dir890l version)
Kernel: Linux 3.10.83 #4375 SMP Mon Jul 6 05:41:46 CEST 2015 armv7l
Errors: OK, no change from last, I remove USB drive it's seems to be cause problem on starting router some service won't start. with previoust version.
DIR890l basement -- WDS on AC-- DIR890l main floor --wired-- Ubiquity on the roof
both dir890l use 2.4 ghz interface for client with the ubiquity ns2.
Do not use wireless but everything else works. I live dangerously these days, no resets or 30-30-30. I'm sure one day it will brick my old router but I do need an excuse to buy a new one someday. Thank you DD-WRT for such a stable and constantly updated service you provide to us.
Router: ASUS RT N66U
Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r27490 (07/06/15) big
Status: Issues with hotplug_block and TOR
I noticed that "startservice_f hotplug_block -f" seemed to be hanging and taking up a lot CPU and RAM, sometimes it actually exhausts all the RAM and causes the router to reboot after only a couple of minutes of starting up from power cycle
USB mount output within the webif has this spammed a lot of times:
/dev/sda mounted to swap
/dev/sda mounted to swap
USB still mounts however and sometimes the startservice process does gracefully end, otherwise killing the PID saves the router from dying.
TOR does not startup on boot, even though it is enabled, no daemon is running and netstat does not show any bind to 9050, running manually works OK. Can workaround with a line in rc_startup. _________________ James
Netgear R7000 overclocked to 1.2GHz - DD-WRT v3.0-r35965M kongac
IPv6 6in4 (HE.net), OpenVPN (with PBR and split tunnelling), Entware, dnsmasq with ipset
Posted: Wed Jul 08, 2015 6:58 Post subject: Asus RT-AC68U
asus_rt-ac68u-firmware r27490 (previous r27456)
Kernel: 3.10.83 #4370 SMP Mon Jul 6 05:17:25 CEST 2015 armv7l GNU/Linux
2.4Ghz (NG-mixed) with 40Mhz channel width: Ok
5Ghz (Mixed) with 80Mhz channel width: Ok
Telnet: Disabled but tested to work
USB 2.0 storage ext3 mount to JFFS: Ok
USB 3.0 storage EXT3 mount to /mnt: Ok
Samba shared drive: Ok (Had to click "Apply Settings" before SAMBA worked)
Site Survey: Ok
Wi-viz 2.4Ghz & 5Ghz: No, not working in the last many releases
Reset: No, not since R27332
Uptime: ~18 hours
I got this build running yesterday on a WRT54GL v1.1 (./broadcom/ dir) that had been on OpenWRT (donated from a friend). TFTP'd via Serial CFE break to dd-wrt.v24_mini_wrt54g.bin, then set password, reset defaults, update via GUI to dd-wrt.v24_vpn_generic.bin, set password, reset defaults, set password, set up incl. clkfreq to 250...and good to go. Kernel 2.4.x (not connected to it now to post the specifics); tested WiFi and LAN as gateway...no issues.
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Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2015 23:26 Post subject: Buffalo WZR-600DHP2. AOSS Button missed ?
I got a Buffalo WZR-600DHP2 unit, with the following release of the firmware: 3.0.b27490 07/06/15 std.
In my modest opinion, it's running well, and all general settings are active and up.
In Services tab, there is a menu for AOSS Button.
There are two radio buttons there:
1. For making this button to Turn On/Off the Wireless;
2. To Turn Off the Wireless at boot.
No matter which combination of Enable/Disable of the radio buttons I put, the AOSS button doesn't Switch On or Off the Wireless. I press it with a single push. Or I hold it for 3, 5, 10 seconds. I restarted the router in-between too, with no luck.
PS. I forgot to tell that the Reset Button was: Enabled.
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