ddwrt v24 sp1 released

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by darthboy, Jul 27, 2008.

  1. darthboy

    darthboy LI Guru Member


    The vpn build is now safe to use. Check in the same folder. Should have a date of 27/07/2008
  2. CaNsA

    CaNsA Network Guru Member

    Ive been using the test builds and have found them very stable.
    Currently using DD-WRT v24 (07/24/08 ) micro - build 9973M TNG Eko

    Wondering if i should jump on the sp1...
  3. carlsberg14

    carlsberg14 Network Guru Member

    Hello ..

    I was wondering , can someone fix a mod or something so we can limit per ip .. ?
  4. CaNsA

    CaNsA Network Guru Member

    Limit what, the amount of toast the user has for breakfast?
  5. carlsberg14

    carlsberg14 Network Guru Member

    Yeah that would be nice ...
    I meant bandwith , forgot to mention that .
  6. CaNsA

    CaNsA Network Guru Member

    In the special versions you can but they have to be paid for.

  7. tim2min

    tim2min Addicted to LI Member

    DD-WRT V24 SP1 On WRT350N?

    1) Anyone tried this yet on the WRT350?

    2) Also I proceeded to the frimware d/l page and noticed that there is was only
    the "mini" (dd-wrt.24_mini_wrt350n) is this all I need?
  8. csm746

    csm746 Network Guru Member

    DD-WRT v24 sp1 NEWD 10205

    I flashed my WRT600N v1.1 with the SP1 release dtd 27Jul08. Found the radios a somewhat slow. But, since have flashed it twice with the beta builds eko NEWD mega 10152 dtd 19Aug08 and now 10205 dtd 24Aug08.

    Both the 2.4 and 5.8 bands are fast and work well simultaneously. I run DDNS, port forwarding, etc. and have found the device to be stable.

    WPA and WPA2 work fine. I have both radios set to 40mHz frequency spread.

    I recommend flashing with the final release sp1 listed for the router before entering into the eko tng world. Set to factory defaults both before and and after flashing.

    DD-WRT deserves kudos and has developed firmware that actually allows this router to work as Linksys advertises, but cannot obtain with stock firmware.
  9. Klaus_1250

    Klaus_1250 Network Guru Member

    What are the changes in the post SP1 builds?
  10. CaNsA

    CaNsA Network Guru Member

    The major ones are listed on the dd-wrt homepage.
  11. Klaus_1250

    Klaus_1250 Network Guru Member

    The ones listed are the SP1 changes. I'm looking for the ones after that (post SP1 or pre SP2, however you like to call them) :) http://svn.dd-wrt.com:8000/dd-wrt/timeline (which is listed as the changelog post SP1) is a bit confusing.
  12. csm746

    csm746 Network Guru Member

    Radio speed in 5.8 gHz is now 270 mbs. I am now on eko 10264 mega which fixed some bridging functions at a minimum. If you are thinking about converting to DD-WRT I recommend using the wrt600n sp1 mega.bin found in downloads broadcom linksys area and dtd 27-07-08, be sure to restore factory defaults before and after then repeat with the eko build of your choice after that. 10264 is stable in all I have tried with it.
  13. CaNsA

    CaNsA Network Guru Member

    Only if u have a wrt600n.......
  14. heidnerd

    heidnerd LI Guru Member

    Should you upgrade to v24 sp1.... yes if nothing else for the:

    "DNS security fix for dnsmasq"

    I.E. another read for the statement above is that this service pack adds security fixs to minimize a dns spoofing attack as described by Dan Kamainsky. Without the sp your network is an easy target.
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