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Tomato Shibby's Releases

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by shibby20, Feb 26, 2011.

  1. occamsrazor

    occamsrazor Network Guru Member

    Appreciate all the great work you are doing Shibby, the ARM stuff is a great development...
    In my particular case though, would I be right in saying that if I don't have any AC Wifi clients, only N on 5Ghz/40Mhz, and my WAN connection is only 10MB, then the AC68U wouldn't give me any advantage over a N66U?
     
  2. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    only CPU power well (for example) greater transfer from USB
     
  3. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

    Shibby, very NICE! It's time to get one :D Do you use 1600Mhz cpu frq? Do you over clock then ?
    Have you noticed temp on this RT-AC68U? People have reported ~80dgr.
     
    Last edited: Feb 19, 2014
  4. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    about cpu freq it set to default 800MHz. I have to look on OFW how many MHz cpuinfo shows.

    For now i have PCB without case well my temp definitelly is lower :) I can put and hold my hand on router cooling system..
     
  5. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

    Okey, I saw in your youtube cpu was 1600Mhz that why i wonder.
    Very nice speed on usb!
    Asus have locked ram frq to 633Mhz if i remeber right so you can only OC cpu frq.
     
  6. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    USB? no, that was speed from WAN to LAN :)
    10.1.1.10 (NAS) -> 10.1.1.26 (WAN port) --(nat)-- 192.168.1.1 (LAN) -> 192.168.1.2 (PC).
     
  7. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

    I missunderstand that, sorry :(
    I meant this:
     

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    Last edited: Feb 19, 2014
  8. Kisch

    Kisch Addicted to LI Member

    Holy shit! Shibby, I have feelings like before my first sex. :)
     
  9. Kisch

    Kisch Addicted to LI Member

    kthaddock

    I think 2x800Mhz is indicated like 1600Mhz
     
  10. pfonseca

    pfonseca Reformed Router Member

    Hi,

    No one to clarify this to me? A clue?

    Regards,
     
  11. _NemO_

    _NemO_ Networkin' Nut Member

    @shibby20
    Hi!
    Is nat_bcm = CTF ?
    If no, does RT-N66U support CTF? Does CTF affect the VPN (PPTP) speed?
     
  12. jerrm

    jerrm Network Guru Member

    What kind of wan-lan performance without CTF?
     
  13. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    Nemo - no, bcm_nat and CTF is not the same. About RT-N66U, tomato K26RT-N and K26RT-AC are not compatible with CTF. About PPTP hmm it may... but i`m not sure in 100%.

    @jerrm - without CTF it`s ~33MB/s
     
  14. _NemO_

    _NemO_ Networkin' Nut Member

    @shibby20
    Thanks!
    Any chance to implement CTF for K26RT-N & K26RT-AC ?
     
  15. koji

    koji Networkin' Nut Member

    I can tell you both that I normally have 870 Mbps WAN-LAN, but ocasionally (depends if is lower trafic at various moments of the day...), I have 936-946 Mbps WAN-LAN. My ISP is RCS & RDS, 1000 Mbps PPPOE subscription and the router is in my signature, Asus RT-AC56U HW-NAT enabled, stock CPU clock. Both firmware, Merlin and ASUS official gave me same results.
     
    Last edited: Feb 19, 2014
  16. FireWire

    FireWire Serious Server Member

    Hi.
    I am sorry to say that Access restriction(only block Internet Access for certain devices) don't work with bcm_nat on ASUS RT-N66U...
    Before I set up Access Restriction, I had enabled bcm_nat and achieved 280Mbit download, the same as with Merlins firmware. But when I set up restriction schedule for a couple of iPhone/iPods and a full Internet Access block for a NAS on the lan, the speed dropped to 180Mbit download... Not fun at all.
    With Asus firmware(Merlin mod) I could at least use restrictions without any impact on speed. Even though the restrictions aren't as flexible as Shibbys.

    Isn't there anyway around this? Why does Access Restriction impact bcm_nat?

    Edit: I also had another problem. I can't get port forwarding to work... I added the ext port 49100 and my computers IP(from router dhcp) 192.168.1.100 in the gui. The port forward is for uTorrent. I used the same port forwarding for years, so don't get what's causing the issue now... Any suggestions?

    Edit2: Port forwarding issue solved/bypassed. Is this a bug?
    I had set port forwarding on ext port 49100 to 192.168.1.100(My computer) and protocol "Both". And that's what caused the error. If I made 2 entries instead with the same settings except for setting one entry to TCP and the other to UDP, then port forwarding started to work in uTorrent. This can't be intended, can it?

    EDIT3: Problem not solved! I tried to use NAT-PMP and UPnP, and that worked. Also changed uTorrent settings to use NAT-PMP and UPnP. Then I disabled this in the firmware GUI and saved settings. Port forwarding was still working, when running the test in uTorrent. Then did the above, and added manual rules. And ran port forwarding test in uTorrent again which gave positive result. But when I disabled NAT-PMP and UPnP in uTorrent, the port forwarding isn't working any more... Tearing my hair here, anyone have any ideas? I prefer to not use UPnP and NAT-PMP, I want to add rules myself, not letting apps decide which ports to open. So why isn't it working?
     
    Last edited: Feb 20, 2014
  17. Elfew

    Elfew Addicted to LI Member

    It is normal - it just disable access restriction, bw limiter, qos and much more... Side effect of bcnat.
     
  18. FireWire

    FireWire Serious Server Member

    The problem is, if you read a page back, that I changed firmware from Merlins back to Shibbys Tomato, because several people told me that it should work with access restriction(block full internet access for certain devices). Thats why I changed back. Used to have Tomato over a year ago but had to change due to speed issues. Now I was told it would work, but obviously not... So sad Shibby can't create a way around this.
    I really want full speed AND Shibbys access restrictions. And Shibbys firmware has a much better GUI to work with compared to Asus default.
     
    Last edited: Feb 23, 2014
  19. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    optware on RT-AC68U ;) (htop on screen)

    Przechwytywanie.PNG
     
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  20. jeonny

    jeonny Serious Server Member

    Hi
    Transmission works on RT-AC68U?
     
  21. jerrm

    jerrm Network Guru Member

    Go back and read again, no one said it will work, only that it was worth trying.
     
  22. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    Why not ;)
     
  23. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

  24. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    true, but there is so many depends to port new driver. I will return to work if RT-N/AC66 when i finish tomato-ARM
     
  25. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

    Okey I just let you know, that you use working just fine.
     
  26. FireWire

    FireWire Serious Server Member

    @Shibby, is it a known bug that there is problems with manual port forwarding? Or is it any setting that is changeable in your firmware, that can make manual port forwarding to stop working?
     
    Last edited: Feb 20, 2014
  27. RMerlin

    RMerlin Network Guru Member

    Was that with or without ctf/fastnat?
     
  28. FireWire

    FireWire Serious Server Member

    The fastnat got disabled because I use access restriction. Had the command to enable it in "Init" under Scripts. But removed it when it didn't work any more.
    The strange thing is that if I enable UPnP/NAT-PMP and enables this in uTorrent, the port forwarding is working. The entries there is the same(same port, same IP, same protocols) as I have under Port Forwarding - Basic. And if I disable UPnP/NAT-PMP in the firmware BUT let uTorrent still have the setting to use UPnP/NAT-PMP it works. But it's not a solution, because all programs don't have the possibility to enable UPnP/NAT-PMP. So of course I want this to work.
    Leaning towards going back to your firmware again. Can't stand to lose all this bandwidth and not be able to use port forwarding, just for access restrictions.
     
    Last edited: Feb 23, 2014
  29. 4Access

    4Access Network Guru Member

    Netgear WNR2000v2 questions:
    • Everything I read says this router has limited flash space & the firmware image must be less than 3,473,408 bytes (3,392KB) which means the last version of Shibby that fits is 101 Mini. (Versions 102 up through the current 116 are all too large!) I've read through the changelogs and didn't see anything that suggests the WNR2000v2 is no longer supported in builds newer than 101 so I'm wondering if this is a known issue & if there is any chance that future versions will support the WNR2000v2 again?
    • Despite everything I read suggesting that firmware images for the WNR2000v2 must be under 3,473,408 bytes (3,392KB) I see in TomatoAnon that people appear to be successfully running versions 104 & 106 Mini which are both larger than 3,473,408 bytes?! When I try to flash tomato-K26-1.28.RT-MIPSR2-106-Mini.trx from the GUI upgrade page of Shibby 101 Mini I get the error "File is too big to fit in MTD." Does anyone know how the people shown in TomatoAnon managed to get 106 Mini running & if there are any known side-affects?
    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Feb 21, 2014
  30. blackmack

    blackmack Addicted to LI Member

    Hi shibby. What speeds do you get on AC68U over usb 3.0?
     
  31. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    from flashdrive not too much. About ~17MB/s. I have not hdd usb3.0 at the moment.
     
  32. blackmack

    blackmack Addicted to LI Member

    Would be nice to see these speeds with tomato.
     
  33. teh_g

    teh_g Networkin' Nut Member

    Cough, I have one that I can do some testing with ;-)

    Edit: realizing that I am like four pages behind is the worst.. Will still test on my RT-AC68U
     
  34. RMerlin

    RMerlin Network Guru Member

    Tomato shouldn't have any trouble reaching way beyond 17 MB/s on a USB3 disk.

    With USB2, you should still be able to reach 12-14 MB/s by using ext3.
     
  35. kIssGlaY

    kIssGlaY Serious Server Member

    Can't wait to test it.
    Just bought it right after knowing tomato-arm gonna air.
     
  36. blackmack

    blackmack Addicted to LI Member

    Im interested becouse I use transmission a lot and then copy the files to computer. Im curently using N66U and copy speed with it is really slow sometimes. Would be nice to have 40+ MB/s .
     
  37. darkknight93

    darkknight93 Networkin' Nut Member

    is there any Chance to get Firmware for testing and doing a Review? I'm using tomato besides WLAN AP Services as Network Server for DVB-C Streaming and bandwidth capturing for DocSIS and some syslog/webbased Monitoring stuff :)

    EDIT: here's my temperature for ac68 with 2 fans on them (1 week view)

    temp.jpg
     
  38. GhaladReam

    GhaladReam Network Guru Member

    Shibby you are my hero. I may have to go out and by an RT-AC68U now that I have a reason to :)
     
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  39. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

  40. RMerlin

    RMerlin Network Guru Member

    I doubt we will see any future upgrade to the SDK5 code used by the RT-N16, as Broadcom has long moved on.
     
  41. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    Tomato-ARM: two steps forward

    wireless configuration works
    Przechwytywanie1.PNG


    Tomato upgrade firmware via GUI works now
    Przechwytywanie2.PNG

    :)
     
  42. koji

    koji Networkin' Nut Member

    Hi shibby20,
    will be your next ARM release available for RT-AC56U? And if, will be hardware-NAT capable?
    Thanks for your work and for your answers.
     
  43. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    For both your questions I can say: yes ;)

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  44. blackmack

    blackmack Addicted to LI Member

    Nice work shibby. We really appreciate it.

    I just ordered my AC68U today. It probably arrives tomorrow.
     
  45. fubdap

    fubdap Addicted to LI Member

    Noob question. So AC66U and N66U are MIPS, AC68U is ARM architecture. Any chance getting ARM into N66U?
     
  46. lancethepants

    lancethepants Network Guru Member

    Mips architectures needs firmware built for mips, and arm architectures need firmware built for arm. This is true for all binaries. So unfortunately entware won't work on the AC68U, but there is optware for arm I believe.

    They may share some of the same code base, but once something is compiled, it will only work for that specific architecture.
     
  47. yassinex

    yassinex Reformed Router Member

    Greeeeeeeaaaat !

    I've one AC66U and one AC68U=> (Well, Receiving it tomorrow ;) )

    My Main scénario is to create a super speed wireless link between the two routers ( in Wifi AC1300 of course ).

    @shibby20 What are the best settings you recommend ( Wireless Mode, Width, advanced options... ) to create this kind of link ?

    BTW: I can beta test if you need from tomorrow and on ;)

    Thanks alot for your great work dude :D
     
  48. Mihai Olimpiu-Cristian

    Mihai Olimpiu-Cristian Serious Server Member

    @fubdap: Nice one, you made my day!
    Long answer because at a question like that I don't think @lancethepants answer is clear enough: It's as easy as transfering a monkey brain into a frog.
    Short answer: No, it's not possible!
    Second, why would you want something like that?
     
  49. lancethepants

    lancethepants Network Guru Member

    Yep, that really clears everything up.
     
  50. RMerlin

    RMerlin Network Guru Member

    The architecture is at the hardware level, not the software. You compile the software to run on the architecture used by the hardware.
     
  51. Aaron

    Aaron Networkin' Nut Member

    So does this mean the upcoming WRT1900AC will have tomato support?

    Amazing work BTW!
     
  52. jerrm

    jerrm Network Guru Member

    Based on what we know about the unit and the recent status updates from Shibby and Victek on ARM support, the odds are good the WRT1900AC will eventually be supported. Just don't buy one the day it is released and expect to load Tomato immediately.
     
    Last edited: Feb 28, 2014
  53. oddis64

    oddis64 Network Guru Member

    I got mine AC68U today :)
    So now i hope shibby's firmware will be released soon.
     
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  54. kIssGlaY

    kIssGlaY Serious Server Member

    Maybe still gotta wait for couple weeks.
     
  55. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    Tomato-ARM finished. All primary functions works! Now i need to make few tests to be sure all features also works ;)
     
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  56. koji

    koji Networkin' Nut Member

    Perfect!
    However, I have one question, flashing procedure is from Asus Utility or from router's interface?
     
  57. teh_g

    teh_g Networkin' Nut Member

    I know what I am doing during my lunch break!
     
  58. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

    @shibby20
    Shall we start a new thread for ARM routers ?
     
  59. lilstone87

    lilstone87 Serious Server Member

    Shibby,

    I know your focus is currently on the ARM build, and this makes me happy, as i own a R7000 which is a ARM router. I know your not personally working ARM on this router, but my main question today is regarding the N66U.

    Which has me wondering with your SDK6 build for the N66U, do you see maybe using RMerlin's -EM driver build? As it is supposed to help a bit with the lack of range, that started with the sdk6 driver. I personally find the SDK6 driver better, and more stable at least over 5GHz band for me, but any added range would be nice to include :).
     
  60. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    @kthaddock - sure :)

    @koji - from Asus firmware to Tomato you need to use Asus firmware restoration tool. From Tomato to OFW you can install asus firmware via gui.

    @lilstone87 - i will return to SDK6 (K26RT-AC branch) when i finish Tomato-ARM.
     
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  61. lilstone87

    lilstone87 Serious Server Member

    Shibby,

    Thanks for the reply, I will be happy when the time comes I can run tomato on both my R7000(currently DD-WRT), and N66U. I like tomato's QoS the best, and I just hope when the R7000 finally has a Tomato build, the NTFS driver is decently good :). Anyways need to stop going off-topic a bit, and someone start that ARM Router thread already :p.
     
  62. blackmack

    blackmack Addicted to LI Member

    Great news shibby. Can't wait to test the firmware.
     
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  63. Isildur

    Isildur Addicted to LI Member

    Shibby,

    One question: could you share your compiling environment (if it differs from regular mipsel)?
    I want to compile and integrate into firmware few additional modules (I've done that before for my current asus RT-N16 and cisco e3000 routers).

    P.S.
    Great work, thanks!
     
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  64. Mihai Olimpiu-Cristian

    Mihai Olimpiu-Cristian Serious Server Member

    @shibby20 and others: Is there any advantage in using the new driver 5.110.27.20012 in RT-N branch?
    If not can we get back to the old driver, it seems this is the end of the road to the development of RT-N driver as all development is now in AC SDK6 and in ARM. (At least that is my impression)
    I'm asking because RT-N routers usually have max 8MB and very few have 16 or more flash... and this new driver is pretty big (again it's only my impression), and bcm_nat worked with the old driver also, and allowed for more space for the firmware.
    From my understanding (again) the new driver also has some incompatibility issues with centrino devices, so, again, I ask why?

    Thank you for the hard work!
     
  65. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

  66. Mihai Olimpiu-Cristian

    Mihai Olimpiu-Cristian Serious Server Member

    I fallow the thread and I know about every post so I remember also this post by @RMerlin which said it was using 5.100 because 5.110 was badly broken (his words not mine). He was also pretty late to the party, well after v116 was released.
    Most users want a NEW driver because it has a bigger version number... :( and they assume it's better.
     
  67. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

  68. Mihai Olimpiu-Cristian

    Mihai Olimpiu-Cristian Serious Server Member

    Just to refresh some memories:
    To be honest all is gibberish to me, I was just asking a question all in the interest of users.
    Thank you and hopefully I didn't upset anyone!
     
  69. JoeDirte

    JoeDirte Serious Server Member

    For the record, I was having issues with the 5.110.27.20012 driver in Shibby's RT-N 116, so I reverted back to 115 and all is well. I don't have great details on the problems I was having other than some wireless devices were losing their connections to the router. With 115, it's stable again. I only kept 116 on it for a couple of days before reverting to 115. This is on an RT-N66U. Full NVRAM erases between versions after loading new FW.
     
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2014
  70. kthaddock

    kthaddock Network Guru Member

    http://www.intel.com/support/wireless/wlan/sb/CS-034535.htm
     
  71. JoeDirte

    JoeDirte Serious Server Member

    Yeah, I saw that before. The primary device that I noticed was having the most issues was my Samsung smart tv. I'm not sure what adapter it uses, but its MAC address starts with 14-49-E0 which comes up as Samsung Electro Mechanics co.,LTD. on the OUI DB lookup. Anyway, 115 works, so I'm not too concerned at this point.

    All 3 of my Windows 8.1 machines had no problems with 116, but none use intel adapters.
     
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2014
  72. callous

    callous Network Guru Member

    is the Linksys E4200 v2 an ARM processor router, thus would be supported?
     
  73. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    If i good remember e4200v2 is on marvel cpu, not broadcom arm

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  74. sofent

    sofent Reformed Router Member

    can't wait to test the build for AC68u,hope release soon
     
  75. zyxeu

    zyxeu Reformed Router Member

    I am using Shibby Tomato since the beginning of its availability for RT-N66U, but now I am detecting for the first time 2.4GHz WiFi issues on the tomato-K26USB-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-116-AIO-64K.trx firmware.

    It looks like it could be related to the new driver. Basically 2.4GHz WiFi gets so slow that it looks like as if the internet is hanging completely.
    Interestingly the 5GHz WiFi is working OK.

    A power cycle does help, but a reboot does not.

    Apart from the 2.4GHz WiFi issue 116 is great.

    @Shibby: Is there any possibility to get a tomato-K26USB-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-116-AIO-64K.trx with the old Driver Version?

    Else I will have to go back to V115.

    Thank you very much.
     
  76. Mihai Olimpiu-Cristian

    Mihai Olimpiu-Cristian Serious Server Member

    I'm not really convinced your problem is driver related, I think you can check v115 and v115 New Driver... and see if it's driver related or simple hardware failure...
    NEW DRIVER is in testing directory.
     
  77. zyxeu

    zyxeu Reformed Router Member

    The issue started with V116, so if it is hardware, then it could be heat related, where again the heat increase could be driver related.
     
  78. aztech

    aztech Reformed Router Member

    I've set up ipv6 using my ISP's 6RD relay.
    Thing is that I'm seeing alot of kernel messages in the log.
    Code:
    Mar  8 09:12:22 router user.crit kernel: Dead loop on virtual device six0, fix it urgently!
    Mar  8 09:12:22 router user.crit kernel: Dead loop on virtual device six0, fix it urgently!
    Mar  8 09:12:22 router user.crit kernel: Dead loop on virtual device six0, fix it urgently!
    Mar  8 09:12:22 router user.crit kernel: Dead loop on virtual device six0, fix it urgently!
    Mar  8 09:12:22 router user.crit kernel: Dead loop on virtual device six0, fix it urgently!
    Mar  8 09:12:22 router user.crit kernel: Dead loop on virtual device six0, fix it urgently!
    Any idéa of whats causing this and how it could be resolved?
    Router is advertising ipv6 to my LAN and thats all good, but what about the messages?

    I'm using Tomato Firmware 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-116 K26 USB AIO on my E4200v1.
     
  79. zyxeu

    zyxeu Reformed Router Member

    I switched to tomato-RT-N66U_RT-AC6x--116-AIO-64K, and until now the router seems to be more stable than tomato-K26USB-1.28.RT-N5x-MIPSR2-116-AIO-64K: Under observation.
     
  80. Gitsum

    Gitsum LI Guru Member

    Is IPv6 using 6rd relay no longer supported?
     
  81. 4Access

    4Access Network Guru Member

    Not sure if the lack of a replay was due to a dumb question or a difficult one... I realize the WNR2000v2 is an old router & most have moved onto bigger & better things so getting answers may be difficult but I'm still looking...

     
  82. justinbeaird

    justinbeaird Serious Server Member

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  83. john9527

    john9527 Network Guru Member

    I have a brand new AC68R just waiting :D Any update on the when you will make it available? Thanks again for all your hard work on this!
     
  84. Marcel Tunks

    Marcel Tunks Networkin' Nut Member

    Same hardware, uses the same firmware.
     
  85. leandroong

    leandroong Addicted to LI Member

    router: ZTE ZXV10 H618B
    FW: Tomato Firmware 1.28.0000 MIPSR1-116 K26 USB AIO
    RE: wrong reported swap size !!! I have 5GB+ allocated. See picture
     

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  86. lancethepants

    lancethepants Network Guru Member

    That's a lot of swap :)
     
  87. leandroong

    leandroong Addicted to LI Member

    Indeed. Since, I have very little memory available, less than 12MB, decided to experiment on having big swap for tomatoware compilation. I do notice that former swap size of 512MB was not enough, it consume 98% when compiling...
     
  88. leandroong

    leandroong Addicted to LI Member

    Error, seems to be due to wrong usage of acronisk disk director. Result of running "cat /proc/partitions".
    Re-do partitioning with reduce swap size to 2GB, display result is now correct.
     

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  89. iPharaon

    iPharaon Reformed Router Member

    Shibby, great work!
    Have a one question. I have Asus RT-N66U, he works with 4G modem Huawei E3276, I want to buy Asus RT-AC68U, whether it will work with this modem?
     
  90. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    I'll check and let you know

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  91. KGB-7

    KGB-7 Reformed Router Member

    I have two AC68R routers waiting to be tested with your firmware.
     
  92. zorkmta

    zorkmta LI Guru Member

    Is the AC68U give an any advantage over a N66U, only wifi Range and stability?
     
  93. blackmack

    blackmack Addicted to LI Member

    Much faster USB tranfer speeds over USB3.0 and more responsive when using optware and functions.
     
  94. KGB-7

    KGB-7 Reformed Router Member


    Speed and distance for me. But there is lack of stability because Asus cant make a decent firmware. So im hoping Tomato will be a complete package.
     
  95. eangulus

    eangulus Network Guru Member

    Just wondering what the rough timeframe is for the ARM release. Have a client that needs a new router but must have Tomato, but not needing for around 2 Weeks yet. So I was wondering do I get the 66U with tomato now, or hold out a little longer and get the 68U?
     
  96. Mangix

    Mangix Networkin' Nut Member

    Anyone know how to properly create a symlink? I have an issue when compiling where the compilers are missing.

    sudo ln -s ~/tomato/tools/brcm /opt/brcm

    doesn't work right on my linux mint VM for some reason.
     
  97. RMerlin

    RMerlin Network Guru Member

    You are using ~. I bet that gets expanded to /root by sudo rather than to /home/currentuser. Provide the full path instead.
     
  98. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

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  99. justinbeaird

    justinbeaird Serious Server Member

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  100. desiromeo

    desiromeo Networkin' Nut Member

    If you go to the link and then download>tomato firmware>top download directory you will see the link for the arm firmware.

    Also from what I read seems like we have to use the restoration utility and then once installed clear nvram. Im installing soon too. Goodluck.
     

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