I have the latest Broly firmware, and it works fine. I had been using the stock firmware but it was at best, so so (disconnects, hangs, etc...) I had updated to the latest DDWRT firmware a couple months back, but it didn't really improve things for my router. YMMV
Initially I installed the latest Broly build (the SP one) and PPPoE didn't work. So I thought I could go back to stock firmware but couldn't install it (within ddwrt or recovery mode). While searching for stock firmware on the D-link FTP I found the a ddwrt build and installed that. PPPoE works now. It's a dated build (32693) but at least PPPoE is working.
I could try the broly build again (or update the vanilla build) if a solution to PPPoE is found.
EDIT: That was not stable at all. Tried the latest build on router database and it just bootloops. So I flashed stock again.
Seems like there isn't a 100% stable ddwrt build yet. I don't have the knowledge or know-how to help with it though. Good luck with you all.
Joined: 08 May 2018 Posts: 3443 Location: Texas, USA
Posted: Mon Jan 27, 2020 23:18 Post subject:
I don't have your router, but I can tell you development became experimental after 12-29-2019-r41813.
What does that mean?
It means that he obviously doesn't realize all development in this firmware is experimental... but seriously, he is talking about the kernel-level smbd development going on. _________________ E4200 v1 DD-WRT 42287 mega (02/06/20) K3.x
R7000P DD-WRT 40270M kongac
E4200 v1 FreshTomato 2020.1
E4200 v1 FreshTomato 2020.2.development
R7000 FreshTomato 2020.2.development
E4200 v1 1.0.07.development
WRT3200ACM OpenWRT 18.06.6
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