new zlib, and sqash-fs support.... Among others listed in trac... Also support for 64kcfe modified routers.... Tonight when I get home I will mail eko and see if they are interested in committing 64kcfe support for the N66U, they may or may not due to the modification required to make it work with 64kcfe.
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Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 7:28 Post subject:
Installed 20202 Mega on Asus RT-N16
Tried a fresh install of OTRW and OTRW Take 2
20006 still best if you need OTRW or OTRW Take 2 _________________ Soylent Green Is People !
Netgear Nighthawk R7000 - DD-WRT Build R46220
Linksys EA8500 - OpenWRT IPQ806x Trunk R16375 5.4 Kernel
Upgraded (dd-wrt.v24-20155_NEWD-2_K2.6_std_usb_nas-nv60k.bin) to (dd-wrt.v24-20202_NEWD-2_K2.6_std_usb_nas-nv60k.bin)
e4200 - primary router/gateway
2.4Ghz (NG-mixed) with 20Mhz channel width – OK
5Ghz (N) with 40Mhz channel width - OK
SSH – OK
WOL over the Internet - OK
JFFS2 - OK
NoCatSplash – OK
PPTP server – Ok
e2000 - hard wired from e4200
WDS to e3000 using 5Ghz (N) with 40Mhz channel width - OK
Upgraded (dd-wrt.v24-19342_NEWD-2_K2.6_big-nv60k.bin) to (dd-wrt.v24-20202_NEWD-2_K2.6_ std_usb_nas -nv60k.bin)
e3000 - WDS on 5 Ghz (N) with 40Mhz channel width
2.4 (NG-mixed) with 20Mhz channel width - OK
5Ghz (N) with 40Mhz channel width – OK
It's been some time since everything listed above all worked. Will report back after some more time and testing client connections.
Edit: Up 48 hours and working very good. Only 9 disconnects/reconnects on the 2.4 GHz with a very stubborn printer and 3 on the WDS 5 GHz. This is less than prior releases.
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Asus AC68Ra1, AC66Ua1
Last edited by jrscs on Sun Nov 04, 2012 11:22; edited 2 times in total
This can be a configuration issue but I dunno. I've tried tons of different options and it's been going on since forever also.
Thinkpad T410s with Intel 6300 AGN 3x3 (450Mbps) card with the E4200 on N-Only 5Ghz WPA2-AES.
Copying files from my network server to my laptop (download) maxes out at say 10MB/s but uploads can push 30MB/s. I've tried without security as well.
Switch to tomato-E4200USB-NVRAM60K-1.28.0500.5MIPSR2Toastman-RT-N
and instantly I can copy at 25-30MB/s from the server.
NOTE - LAN to LAN connections push 110MB/s (SSDs in RAID) so I know it's capable of more.
Just noting it as I miss DD-WRT, had to switch to it at work today to get some network (Client with an iPad) because Tomato was confusing as hell. Love how nice and simple it works but man that's really holding me back!