Router: (Off Site 1) Netgear R7000
-DHCP WAN (Gateway)
-IPv6 - 6in4 Static Tunnel (HE IPv6 Tunnel Broker) for 4xVLANs via Dnsmasq
-1x Static Lease
-7xVLANs + 7xBridges
-DDNS - Custom Script
-Entware DNSCrypt-Proxy V2 - IPv4 Cisco Servers w/filtering
-YAMon3.4.6 w/Entware's ip-full for IPv6
-SSH -Custom Port & Key
-NTP server left blank
-QoS - Disabled
-TCP Congestion - bbr
-USB w/32GB USB3 Thumb Drive
-Custom Startup,Shutdown,Firewall Scripts
Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r43217 std (05/22/20) [from: DD-WRT DD-WRT v3.0-r43192 std (05/19/20)]
Linux Rel: Linux 4.4.224 #192 SMP Fri May 22 [from: Linux 4.4.223 #162 SMP Tue May 19]
WiFi Firmware: version 126.96.36.199 (r524987)
WireGuard: WireGuard 1.0.20200520 loaded
Status & Uptime: Working over 20 hours, Working
Thank-you BrianSlyer for your Great Work and everyone else who makes DD-WRT Great on the Forum! _________________ Home Network on Telus PureFibre - 10GbE Copper Backbone
2x R7800 - Gateway & WiFi & 3xWireGuard - DDWRT r44483 Std
R7000 - Wired ISP 4K IPTV Gateway - DDWRT r44483 Std
Off Site 1
R7000 - Gateway & WiFi & WireGuard - DDWRT r44483 Std
WRT610Nv1 - Client Bridge - DDWRT r33679 Mega K2.4
Off Site 2
R7000 - Gateway & WiFi - DDWRT r44483 Std
E2000 - Wired ISP IPTV PVR Blocker - DDWRT r35531
Router Model: Netgear R6400 v2
Firmware Version: DD-WRT v3.0-r43217 std ( 05/22/20 )
Kernel Version: Linux 4.4.224 #192 SMP Fri May 22 08:05:47 +04 2020 armv7l
Previous/Reset: Some version from June of last year and no i did not reset
Mode/Status: Access Point
Issues/Errors: Samba discovery on any of my Mac devices DO NOT work ... my main DD-WRT router is on the last working build that allows for my Apple devices to see my NAS connected to DD-WRT dated December 29, 2019.
My main router is the Netgear R9000
Will Samba discovery ever work again for Apple devices ?
Joined: 08 May 2018 Posts: 7632 Location: Texas, USA
Posted: Sun May 24, 2020 1:53 Post subject:
@kernel-panic69: I am in router mode. I am sorry for not saying so before. I have amended my original post so that it does say so.
Then you *must* put the upstream router's IP in the gateway block on the main setup page, or you will not have connectivity. This is *if* you are setting it up as a switch or wired AP with wan disabled and assigned to the switch. If you are setting it up closer to default, you have to be in gateway mode (i.e. if the upstream router's dhcp server is assigning the WAN IP).
I generally do not promote or encourage it in these threads, but I guess I have to.
Please tell me about my problem. Maybe I'm doing something wrong? Maybe I'm using the wrong firmware? Maybe there is a more suitable release for my DIR-320 A1 8mb flash.
Are you referring to the WAN issue? I presume you mean that it will not get a WAN IP address? Have you tried powering off your modem and router, waiting a few minutes, and powering up the modem - let it boot up - and then power up the router?
Thanks for your reply.
I have a cable provider. His cable is plugged into the WAN port. Authorization by MAC address. I am setting up MAC cloning. Save, apply. I turn off DIR-320. Then I turn it on, but he does not get the provider IP. In another version r36527, it works instantly.
Ok, I guess I have to repeat: Did you try power cycling the cable modem? Turning it off for a few minutes, turning it back on, *then* powering up your router with it connected?
I don’t know if I understand you correctly.
I turned off my DIR-320 and, after waiting a bit, turned it on. I did it. I do not have access to the equipment of the provider. I am connected to them using DOCSIS technology. I suppose that they have a modem installed on the trunk cable ARRIS, then there is a switch with a firewall DES-1008A, and then the twisted-pair subscribers are connected, which I belong to. I do the same with r36527, the WAN gets IP instantly.
Sorry for my English.
I fear I am wasting your time, though I am not sure it is wholly my fault. I tried to look up the various modes that a router can be in. Thereby I got the impression that 'router' mode meant using the router in a normal way - you know, to allow computers, via wifi or an Ethernet cable, to access the Internet. That is what I am using the router that is at issue for. The router is not connected to any other router or doing anything fancy. So, does this mean I am using 'gateway' mode? _________________ My router: Asus RT-AC66U
Operating systems on devices that I use with that router: GNU-Linux; Windows 10; Android Lollipop
Joined: 26 Mar 2013 Posts: 736 Location: Hung Hom, Hong Kong
Posted: Sun May 24, 2020 15:19 Post subject: DD-WRT BS build 43217 and Asus RT-N18U
Router/Version:Asus RT-N18U (rev. A1)
Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r43217 std (05/22/20)
Kernel: Linux 4.4.224 #196 Fri May 22 08:26:14 +04 2020 armv7l
Previous: DD-WRT v3.0-r43209 std (05/21/20)
Mode: WAN @ DHCP, Wireless @ AP
Status: Working (Not 24/7; Not using IPv6, VAP, VPN; Using NASd & USB)
Reset: NO reset during firmware upgrade but cold boot
Brief report only.
From 30515200 (b.31277) to 24711168 (b.33555) = -5804032 bytes
From 24711168 (b.33555) to 27054080 (b.34929) = 2342912 bytes
From 27054080 (b.34929) to 26640384 (b.35531) = -413696 bytes
From 26640384 (b.35531) to 25022464 (b.36995) = -1617920 bytes
.... <snipped> ....
From 26988544 (b.42514) to 29143040 (b.42681) = 2154496 bytes
From 29143040 (b.42681) to 27693056 (b.42914) = -1449984 bytes
From 27693056 (b.42914) to 27705344 (b.43055) = 12288 bytes
From 27705344 (b.43055) to 26619904 (b.43171) = -1085440 bytes
From 26619904 (b.43171) to 26345472 (b.43192) = -274432 bytes
From 26345472 (b.43192) to 26341376 (b.43209) = -4096 bytes
From 26341376 (b.43209) to 26341376 (b.43217) = 0 bytes
_________________ Router: Asus RT-N18U (rev. A1)
May the Force and farces be with you! Live long and proper!