Ridiculous good build! The best build on 3.18 kernel up to date. Previous r35900M looked like it had some wonky wifi.
And your router is?
This was on a R7800. Mostly the most capable now on DD-WRT. And the most well rounded together with R7000. Put DD-WRT on any of these: BOOOM! you got a fabulous network device with the best features from a consumer router.
My R7000 cannot connect to my R7800 via repeater bridge with kongs latest build, can anyone else confirm this? This previous builds worked fine. Does anyone have a link to the previous kong firmware version?
Had 2.4Ghz wifi instability, wifi would cut out for 5+ seconds. Reverted to build 35900, no issues noticed on that build so far.
Thanks for your hard work Kong.
Can you upload the previous build 35900 for me? Having issues with repeater bridge on 35965 and i need to revert. Sadly i cannot find build 35900 anywhere!
Same trouble here with an old atheros router (buffalo whr-g300n) in repeater mode, no connection! And also with my MacBook 12" I'm running in a lot of troubles (no connection, I need to turn on off wifi etc..).
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Posted: Fri May 25, 2018 19:03 Post subject:
I've noticed some goofy things between wifi devices and a hard wired device, a network TV tuner device- Silicon Dust HD HomeRun (HDHR) Prime.
I cannot tell if UPnP is acting up in this build or something else is going on. I had to download an app on the android devices to be able to ping the hard wired HDHR and then the wifi devices see the HDHR just fine.
I guess I could roll back and see if the other versions are doing this now too, but it seems like either 35900 or 35965 is the culprit.
I've tried checking and un-checking the uPnP option but the issue still happens.
35900M is more stable for me. 36965M internet slowed down significantly after extended period had to manually disconnect/reconnect. Both builds are weird with VPN. My internet just dropped writing this while another pc is on VPN.