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Victek Updates - 9/30

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Dashiell, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. occamsrazor

    occamsrazor Network Guru Member

    E3000 has 64mb... is that really not enough? I know RT-N16 has a nice 128mb, but my WL-500GPv2 has only 32mb and haven't had problems... I think.
     
  2. CandyBoy

    CandyBoy LI Guru Member

    Victek ,can you tell us, what changes you made for the Tomato RAF 1.28.1210?
     
  3. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    CandyBoy, I started from a plain version (Tomato 1812) kernel 2.4.20, updated and keept the original ethernet driver, 3.90. I forgot to mention that refrigeration is very important, over 50Mb (more than 85-100 threads downloading) some hardware components went hot and the BW is unstable (dismiss to 38Mb).
     
  4. landa

    landa LI Guru Member

    Victek, i have a problem with the Tomato RAF 1.28.1210. I want to go back to 1.25 firmware, but it seems that upgrade page dosen't work. It stay on:

    1:25
    Please wait while the firmware is uploaded & flashed.
    Warning: Do not interrupt this browser or the router!

    How to flash the old firmware?
     
  5. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    As usual, no special care has to be done, might be convenient to erase nvram before?...
     
  6. landa

    landa LI Guru Member

    OK, but, how I solve my problem? I'm stuck to this firmware...
     
  7. Larix

    Larix LI Guru Member

    I can't flash my WRT320N with Tomato RAF 1.28.8661.. FOR RT-N16/WRT610N without VPN. Christmas Edition.

    I press Upgrade and the router power led is flashing. After 10 minutes I interupted the power and the router comes on ok but with 1.28.8660.

    Must I delete the nvram? Beetween the whole time I can surf at the internet.
     
  8. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Larix. I did not tested this router ... no clue if this version is compatible, in fact the base code is build 54 from Teddy_Bear, pls check at suported devices list.
     
  9. landa

    landa LI Guru Member

    Please, some help here! How do I flash another firmware? I have a problem with the Tomato RAF 1.28.1210. I want to go back to 1.25 firmware, but it seems that upgrade page dosen't work. It stay on:

    1:25
    Please wait while the firmware is uploaded & flashed.
    Warning: Do not interrupt this browser or the router!
     
  10. fubdap

    fubdap Addicted to LI Member

    Try and see if you can reset the router before trying to flash it again.

     
  11. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    There is one mistake in the build, already solved with the new release 121006. You have to reflash your router using tftp method and any original linksys firmware (4.30.9.14 is the last release, short the name to code.bin). After it you can try the new release, no problems for future downgrade/upgrade.

    Thanks for the advice, Sorry.
     
  12. GhaladReam

    GhaladReam Network Guru Member

    Vic,

    Is there any way you could do an MIPSR1 K26 release especially for WRT54G-TM, or other non-USB users who have routers with 8MB of flash? I love the VPN version, but I would love to have CIFS as well. The TM has 8MB of flash, so it would fit.

    Can I flash the USB version (which has VPN and CIFS) to my 8mb WRT54G-TM with no ill effects even though it has no USB ports?
     
  13. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Let me try, 20 minutes and I'll answer you thought, I think 'v' switch build what you ask.. compiling now.. [update] yes, done .. 3768320Kb, (this is the reason why it can be upgraded in WRT54GL). Is OK for you, let me know.

    Thanks
     
  14. mstombs

    mstombs Network Guru Member

    I have used tomatousb versions with usb, with no ill effects - just never tried to access functions that need it - for some time on my WRT54G-TM, but I do have serial console permanently hooked up... and working JTAG.
     
  15. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Tomato RAF 1.28.8630+VPN (8MB Flash) for WRT54-TM ready .. one more.
     
  16. Cynsick

    Cynsick Addicted to LI Member

    Will the K2.4.37 MIPSR1 builds be getting updated like all the other builds or these don't need an update?
     
  17. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Already done .. Last Rel. Dec 6.2010.K-2.6.22. MIPSR1
     
  18. GhaladReam

    GhaladReam Network Guru Member

    Vic,

    I just flashed your new "8MB Flash" version to my WRT54G-TM, and it works, but I see no difference whatsoever. CIFS is still missing, and the .trx file is exactly the same size as the 4mb version.

    The issue was not that I was unable to flash the TM, your "4MB Flash" flashes and works perfect, (the v switch is not required for the TM) it's just that there was no build that was for non-USB MIPSR1 routers that had VPN AND CIFS, but only VPN... Basically, what I am looking for is "Tomato RAF 1.28.8622+USB+VPN" without the USB, but includes CIFS as well.

    Thanks! PS.. you rock!
     
  19. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Will check the profile applied to this configuration, I did'nt built it before. I let you know during today.
     
  20. Kiwi8

    Kiwi8 LI Guru Member

    lol what is the Christmas version about? This is interesting. :)
     
  21. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Did you tryed? .. then go to 'About' GUI
     
  22. Azuse

    Azuse LI Guru Member

    Out of curiosity, was the nat-pmp/xbox bug in the mipsr1 (1.28.8528) build ever fixed? The newer "Christmas" builds are all k26, which my 54gl never liked :(
     
  23. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Have to test in new releases, not published yet. Thanks
     
  24. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    GhaladReam, bug solved, new build available in 15 minutes, 1.28.8631 , please try it.
     
  25. Azuse

    Azuse LI Guru Member

    Thanks for the info :)
     
  26. Cynsick

    Cynsick Addicted to LI Member

    I think that reply was meant to me, however I asked about the K2.4 builds, not the 2.6, or maybe nevermind, I just read your reply to Azuse, saying your testing some unpublished releases.
     
  27. GhaladReam

    GhaladReam Network Guru Member

    Getting 404 -Not Found on new version...
     
  28. 56kb

    56kb Addicted to LI Member

    Victek thanks for new released.
    Tomato_RAF-K26-1.28.8653_MIPSR2_VPN definately not working well with ruTorrent.
    Reverted back 8650 everything back in order.
     
  29. Ronnie_USA

    Ronnie_USA Networkin' Nut Member

    Thank You for your work on the E3000, I was using Tomato USB, but my connection rate was dropping from 300Mb to 150Mb after 20 minutes of loading it, you could reboot the router, and it would be back. Your build solved the problem.

    Thank You very much.
     
  30. Ronnie_USA

    Ronnie_USA Networkin' Nut Member

    Looks like I was wrong, it just took a little longer to happen.
    No longer can connect at 300Mb, it's back down to a 150Mb on both radios.
    :help:
     
  31. GhaladReam

    GhaladReam Network Guru Member

    Thanks Vic! The link seems to be working now. I flashed your updated 8MB version for WRT54G-TM, and I now have both VPN AND CIFS, with no USB. Thanks!

    One thing I noticed though, this build is only 114,688 bytes larger than the 4MB version, making it still under 4MB.

    4MB version = 3,768,320 bytes
    8MB version = 3,883,008 bytes

    Shouldn't the "8MB Flash version" still work on 4MB units (such as the WRT54GL) since it is still under 4MB? Maybe I'm missing something, but I was just curious. If it does, why remove CIFS from the K26 MIPSR1 build in the first place?

    Is there some kind of flash overhead I'm unaware of that prevents images larger than 3.8 MB being flashed to a 4MB unit?
     
  32. mstombs

    mstombs Network Guru Member

    The CFE is usually 256kB and the nvram 128kB, so firmware has to be less than 3.625 MB = 3,801,088 bytes

    128kB compressed CFE is possible, and used for dd-wrt micro-plus on certain models.
     
  33. GhaladReam

    GhaladReam Network Guru Member

    Ah, I see. That would explain it then. Thanks for the clarification!
     
  34. Azuse

    Azuse LI Guru Member

    Today I found this under time:


    The following NTP servers have been automatically blocked by request from the server: 85.91.1.180

    Why would this happen?
     
  35. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    NTP Time Servers may request that Tomato block them from being used in the future. If this happens, Tomato will display the following message: "The following NTP servers have been automatically blocked by request from the server: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX."

    This happens when Tomato encounters an ntp server which is out of synch with the master clocks. A stratum 0 clock would be a "master" and another server that takes its time from it would be "stratum 1". A server that takes it's time from that one would be "stratum 2". And so on.

    Stratum 16 is reserved for servers that are not synchronized. That server advises clients trying to get accurate time that it cannot be relied upon as an accurate source as it is out of synch.

    If you want Tomato to use that time source anyway, do

    nvram set ntpc_kiss_ignore=1
     
  36. Toink

    Toink Network Guru Member

    Is there anyway I could edit the NTP server and use ntp2.usno.navy.mil? I remember TomatoUSB builds have this field where in I could use that server. But your build doen's have that....
     
  37. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Basic/Time/Custom Box ....... still there in all builds, as far as I can see. I'm using it here.
     
  38. Toink

    Toink Network Guru Member

    Jeez! Blind am I!?! :whip:

    Thank you, Toast!:grin:
     
  39. adlerfra

    adlerfra LI Guru Member

    I recently switched to the RT-N16 and flashed with Victek's firmware. Uptime 5 days. Very Stable. I would like to overclock the CPU and also increase wireless transmit power with no additional cooling. What settings have others been successful with?
     
  40. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    533MHz for CPU .. but do you have any problem with Bandwidth or USB slow? .. if not .. keep as it's.
     
  41. adlerfra

    adlerfra LI Guru Member

    No performance problems with stock settings.. Just looking for a bit more. :)
     
  42. encore2097

    encore2097 Network Guru Member

    What version is best for WRT54G-TM? (VPN not required)

    I had stock Tomato 1.28 with uptime of ~130+ days. Unfortunately 18 days ago it crashed and logs got wiped so I don't know what happened.
     
  43. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Tomato_RAF_1.28.121006 from my site is an updated 1.28 plain version
     
  44. encore2097

    encore2097 Network Guru Member

    Wow! Thanks for the firmware and the quick response!
     
  45. FattysGoneWild

    FattysGoneWild LI Guru Member

    Is it big changes like 1.28.8515 ND? Or mainly just for the 80mb dl speeds? And from a performance stand point as a whole. I take it the Tomato_RAF_1.28.121006 would be better?

     
  46. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    The 80mB with old driver is the main change (and updated modules like busybox). Some people have the perception about it's rock stability ... I think the stability is proportional to the 'simplicity' in the build, It's a 'light' version. 1.28.8515 is a more updated version with all the features from TB.
     
  47. CandyBoy

    CandyBoy LI Guru Member

    Victek, does 1.28.121006 version have ND drivers?
     
  48. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    No, stock drivers as the Oficial Tomato 1.28
     
  49. occamsrazor

    occamsrazor Network Guru Member

    Any further thoughts on this? I didn't see any reply specifically about the 64mb RAM not being enough. I need to buy a new router soon, and really want the dual-band wifi, and the E3000 seems the only one. Now that the E3000 builds have been out for a while, does anyone else have any opinions on the E3000-with-Tomato setup?
     
  50. kabar

    kabar Addicted to LI Member

    same question here. been looking for some new router. for me the gigabit ports and n wireless are the most important. i think e3000 is a nice choice, but would love some opinion on how its performing with tomato installed (like wan to wlan or lan to wlan). thanks in advance!
     
  51. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    I don't have an E3000 and regard it as a kind of toy, based on its silly looking case and the lack of proper antennas. I'd love a dualband router to play with but I'm waiting to see what ASUS' next model might be (RT-N76U?). Or someone else, for that matter.

    However, to answer your question, if you aren't running anything special on them that needs more RAM than normal, I wouldn't expect the RAM size to matter too much in normal use. I never see my RT use much more than about 11/12 MB. Victek has one he's been testing, I would take great note of his opinion on it. They don't sell it over here yet. I also have a few sites using WL500gP v2's and they run very nicely (albeit those routers are a bit sluggish).
     
  52. occamsrazor

    occamsrazor Network Guru Member

    Yeah I also have been running the WL-500GPv2 and been pretty happy with it, at least up until my recent unfortunate incident.

    The problem is I have two Macbooks that back up wirelessly across the LAN to a NAS drive running Apple Time Machine. G-Wireless is just too slow for this, and Apple artificially limits 2.4Ghz N-Wireless connections to using 20Mhz channels. So with an RT-N16 I'd be stuck with 2.4Ghz/20Mhz. That's why I'd like the ability to use 5Ghz/40Mhz... and the only Tomato router that does this so far is the E3000 from what I can tell. The other option is adding a 5Ghz access point to my WL-500GPv2 (if it can be debricked), but seeing as MIPSR2 seems the future for Tomato, I figure I may as well go down that route.
    Any thoughts on these new Asus routers?
     
  53. kabar

    kabar Addicted to LI Member

    you can wait for something new to the rest of your life. there will always be "new". and you cant be sure that the new one WILL work with tomato. i need it now, my WRT54GL is to slow in wireless to catch up with my broadband internet. i dont bother internal antennas and silly loking, as the machine itself is working well. check some smallnetbuilder comparisons, its faster that RT-N16.

    edit: Asus RT-N56U looks like a toy for me to be honest. but still, if it proof itself worthy...

    so Vic, how is it performing (e3000)? thanks alot for Yor work and all those releases. great stuff. I cant imagine having router WITHOUT tomato.
     
  54. occamsrazor

    occamsrazor Network Guru Member

    Haha, very true...

    Also true, but the specs indicate the RT-N76U is similar to RT-N16 and is Broadcom-based, so it's a reasonable bet that the RT-N76U will be Tomato-friendly.

    Agree re: internal antennas... the fastest overrall wifi on SNB seems to be the Netgear WNDR3700 which has internal antennas.

    Me neither... I was about to go for the E3000, but got a little concerned by some of Victek & Toastman's comments...
     
  55. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    There's probably nothing wrong with the E3000, remember I'm an old fogey and an engineer to boot. I like square boxes that can stack and look neat, with no bits of plastic crap that can break or drop off, preferably made of metal. I like antennas that work. I like antennas that unscrew and have proper sockets underneath. So I'm a dying breed, take no notice of me - LOL !

    The new ASUS router that looks like a "thin" design is a bit of an optical illusion, it's just the same as any other router PCB but in a sloped housing and cleverly hidden behind a thin looking frontal plate. Nice if you like that sort of thing. It's a Ralink chipset, no Tomato. Probably internal PCB etched antennas. Anyone see a proper description yet?

    The other ASUS model, the 76U, looks like a natural progression from the RT-N16. Broadcom. Yes. I wonder when it'll arrive in the stores?

    I don't think I'd place any trust in smallnetbuilder's reviews. It's funny, but when I just looked to see if they had a review after reading this thread, I found that one of the reviewers doesn't even know that running QOS takes processing power and can affect the results of the tests. So how can their reviews mean anything?

    I'll wait until a proper one comes out.
     
  56. FattysGoneWild

    FattysGoneWild LI Guru Member

    I don't think we will see Tomato with a NetGear WNDR3700 correct? I believe its a drivers issue? I know DD-WRT has some firmware for it. But, not optimal yet.
     
  57. dkirk

    dkirk Network Guru Member

    I'm right there with you! These new units lacking antennas really bother me, the amateur radio op in me wants to see verticals. I bought a Ubiquiti router to see what the rest of the world looks like, with Atheros chipsets. Check out http://www.ubnt.com/powerapn and while it doesn't sit in a square stackable box I sure do like the feature set and design. Sure, it's not our beloved Tomato, but this company builds some pretty cool stuff. You should see the box this cardboard router comes in, signed by the tester and stamped with a test date, gives you a good feeling unpacking it, like someone cared enough to build the best they could.
     
  58. occamsrazor

    occamsrazor Network Guru Member

    But some of the best performig wifi routers or APs use only internal e.g. WNDR3700, all the Ruckus beamforming gear, etc. I'm not saying I wouldn't like external antennas too, just that I wonder if it's really essential - or more a psychological benefit.
    You actually have the Ubiquiti PowerAP N? The AirOS looks pretty nice, I was toying with getting one to use as an access point with my Tomato setup. I've been looking for someone to write a real review of that for some time, though it's disappointing that it is only 2.4Ghz, not dual-band (I think, right?), and not gigabit. If you have time to write down some impressions of it, in a new thread so as not to totally hijack this one, I'd be really grateful. Or there's an existing thread on the smallnetbuilder forum if you hang out there.
     
  59. dkirk

    dkirk Network Guru Member

    No, with the economy the way it is and lack of funds coming in I popped for the lesser, no external antennas, AirRouter for $50 http://www.ubnt.com/airrouter . Since it has the same AirOS, which is really what I wanted to see, the expenditure was justifiable.

    I've spent a whole 3 minutes with it, sadly, and hope to find more time this weekend. What I saw so far was very encouraging and it impressed me that it was engineered and not slapped together. Every page has a "Test" option before you actually commit it. There were some features I've not seen before in our beloved Tomato routers, and there were also plenty I missed.

    With both my Asus RT-N16 and the AirRouter sitting about a meter apart (too close, I know) the Asus gave me a better signal at the other end of the house. I forget the actual numbers received by my Android phone, sorry, but it was something like I"m guessing 20%. It wasn't a fair test as I know the routers were too close and overlapping channels a bit.

    First initial impressions ... I'm impressed. I've seen too much junk through the years like the D-Links, Netgears, heck even the stock Linksys stuff. Compared to those residential routers this $50 router is fantastic, again after a solid 3 minutes of testing <G>.
     
  60. Sopmod

    Sopmod Network Guru Member

    Router is WL-500gPv2

    I was running Tomato_RAF-K26USB-1.28.8620MIPSR1-VPN

    I upgraded to the Tomato RAF 1.28.8622+USB+VPN. Christmas Edition.

    Now wireless is all but completely useless. Is this the wrong version as I was getting like 2mb through put.

    This is over a 5 min period.

    RX 1.35 kbit/s (0.16 KB/s) Avg 6.44 kbit/s

    TX 0.00 kbit/s (0.00 KB/s) Avg 2.10 kbit/s

    I didn't do a nvram clear as I read it's not required. I did a nvram clear and reload .cfg from GUI.
     
  61. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Do nvram erase and don't use previous configuration files.
     
  62. Sopmod

    Sopmod Network Guru Member

    Thanks Victek.

    Will do that now and report back.
     
  63. jsmiddleton4

    jsmiddleton4 Network Guru Member

    Christmas version is snappy. So fast it makes my noise glow red....
     
  64. dkirk

    dkirk Network Guru Member

    Victek ... your Dec 20th update to the RT-N16 build (Tomato Firmware RAF1.28.8654 MIPSR2_RAF K26 USB VPN) is simply brilliant, thank you. The addition of ip6 is exciting even though I am unable to use it just yet. The FTP daemon is the most exciting addition with this build and was wishing for it just last week. Again, thank you.
     
  65. Ronnie_USA

    Ronnie_USA Networkin' Nut Member

    I think there is a problem with this build(Tomato Firmware RAF1.28.8691 MIPSR2_RAF E3000 USB Ext)(I may be wrong), but I have set up IPv6 with HE, everything is working, but now I have a flashing power led, I can still surf, because I'm posting this.
    Is this normal after setting up IPv6?
     
  66. Ronnie_USA

    Ronnie_USA Networkin' Nut Member

    Could someone point me in the right direction on how to set this up? (IPv6) I have a tunnel threw Hurricane Electric Tunnelbroker.
    Yes I tried doing a search, but came up empty.

    Thank You for any help on this.[​IMG]
     
  67. teddy_bear

    teddy_bear Network Guru Member

    @Ronnie_USA and others,

    Please note, IPv6 support is incomplete - consider it as being in an early alpha-testing stage. Strictly speaking - it has not been released just yet ;)...

    If you try it, and run into any problems, please report them on this thread on Tomato USB forum.
     
  68. Ronnie_USA

    Ronnie_USA Networkin' Nut Member

    Thank You very much.
     
  69. ytsejam

    ytsejam Network Guru Member

    Has anyone successfully flashed a Netgear WNR3500L with Tomato RAF 1.28.8654?
     
  70. spookyneo

    spookyneo Networkin' Nut Member

    I noticed Victek released a 8655 build today. Any news on what has changed / been fixed compared to 54 ? There is no changelog in the archive.

    Thanks !
     
  71. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    It's updated till last git changes plus RAF functions. All K2.6 version have been updated including a WNR3500 v2 version with RAF included.
     
  72. Larix

    Larix LI Guru Member

    Is it possible to enter my own qos class labels in Tomato Firmware RAF1.28.8663 MIPSR2_RAF K26 USB Ext


    I would like to edit the lables to "Service", "DNS", "WWW", "Media", "Messenger" etc.
     
  73. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Larix, no, Sorry.
     
  74. Assman

    Assman Addicted to LI Member

    Could somebody please confirm it's okay to use "Tomato_RAF-K26-1.28.8705_MIPSR2_Mini" with "WNR3500L-100NAS?"

    And why is it mini, no usb and/or vpn?
     
  75. shibby20

    shibby20 Network Guru Member

    mini hasnt usb support and is for routers with 4MB flash.

    netgear wnr3500l has usb and 8MB flash well use tomato k2.6USB MIPS2 ext or vpn (if you need openVPN client/server)

    if you want use victek mod well you need:
    Tomato_RAF-K26-1.28.8655_MIPSR2_VPN - with VPN
    or
    Tomato_RAF-K26-1.28.8663_MIPSR2_Ext - without VPN
     
  76. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Thank you shibby20, right, 1.28.8705 is for WNR3500 v2 (no L suffix)..
     
  77. CandyBoy

    CandyBoy LI Guru Member

    Victek, will you update k24 releases, or there is no reason for that?
     
  78. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Time, only 26 hour x day ... ;), Yes, will do. But my last update was Dec.20 ... seven days after ... I think is enough to wait 3 days more? :)
     
  79. FattysGoneWild

    FattysGoneWild LI Guru Member

    When those updates hit for the K24 versions. Are they bug fixes or new features? Maybe both? Just curious... :biggrin:

     
  80. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    shibby20 (Thanks) pointed me some bugs in IP/MAC BW Limiter, and there are some small new features but as always I'll tell you once is finished and test.
     
  81. CBR900

    CBR900 LI Guru Member

    What is the difference between Tomato_RAF-K26-1.28.8623_MIPSR1_VPN and Tomato RAF 1.28.8520 ND + USB + VPN?

    I have ASUS WL-500gP v1...what the is the best version to use?

    10x
     
  82. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Kernel core .. 8520 is ND with K2.4.37. 8623 is K2.6. I suggest you to use K2.6, it performs very well in my unit too (WL500gP v1)
     
  83. CBR900

    CBR900 LI Guru Member

    I just installed it in my asus...and ISP Concentrator ID is not displaying any info.

    BTW, what is "ISP Concentrator ID"?
     
  84. Ronnie_USA

    Ronnie_USA Networkin' Nut Member

    Don't see it on the E3000 either.
     
  85. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    DSLAM information .. if your provider is a cable provider not using DOCSIS 3.0 this field is blank also...
     
  86. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    You have two version for E3000

    # Tomato RAF 1.28.8673.. FOR Cisco e3000 with USB & VPN. Updated Dec 27.2010.
    # Tomato RAF 1.28.8692.. FOR Cisco e3000 without VPN. Updated Dec 27.2010.

    What page are you looking?
     
  87. occamsrazor

    occamsrazor Network Guru Member

    Coincidentally, I just installed "RAF1.28.8623 MIPSR1_RAF K26 USB VPN" on my WL-500GPv2 and ISP Concentrator ID is showing fine.
     
  88. CBR900

    CBR900 LI Guru Member

    It was displaying information with Tomato RAF Firmware v1.28.8520 _RAF ND USB VPN but not with RAF1.28.8623 MIPSR1_RAF K26 USB VPN

    I think there is a bug
     
  89. sowcdwtd00

    sowcdwtd00 Addicted to LI Member

    So can i run on my:
    WRT54GS v.1.1 (wl0_corerev=7)
    Tomato RAF 1.28.121006
    will this lead to a brick?
    Or will a 2,6 kernel version better perform?
     
  90. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    1.28.121006 is the right version for your equipment, I think much better than using a K2.6 version
     
  91. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    CBR900 ... occamsrazor repported is working fine...
     
  92. CBR900

    CBR900 LI Guru Member

    occamsrazor has WL-500GPv2
    And I have WL-500GPv1

    I guess...they have different hardware
     
  93. occamsrazor

    occamsrazor Network Guru Member

    I should add that my Tomato WL-500GPv2 is set up to do the PPPoE, but is connected through a DLink ADSL modem/router used in Bridge mode - the DLink does the ADSL sync, while the Tomato does the PPPoE connection. Just thought I should mention.....
     
  94. PoloDude

    PoloDude Networkin' Nut Member

    Hiya, since yesterday i got myself a linksys e2000 and i was happy to see that you released a version for this router (Using Tomato RAF 1.28.8697.. FOR Cisco e2000 + VPN. Updated Dec 27.2010). The only thing i've been experiencing is that i can't seem to setup "Switched Ports" (tested with both SSH & telnet, not that it makes a huge difference)

    If i do the following

    Code:
    nvram set vlan1ports="4 3 2 8*" 
    nvram set vlan2ports="0 1 8" 
    nvram commit 
    reboot
    and after reboot
    Code:
    nvram show | grep vlan.ports
    I still seem to get
    Code:
    vlan1ports=4 3 2 1 8*
    vlan2ports=0 8
    instead of the new settings i've commited.

    As far as i've read on the ddwrt forums it should work with their firmware, but haven't tested that so far, will do that later today.

    Are you aware of this issue or am i missing something here?

    Edit:
    Just reflashed with dd-wrt.v24-15962_NEWD-2_K2.6_std_usb_nas-e2000.bin (BrainSlayer-V24-preSP2) and i was able to set the vlan's
    Same result with dd-wrt.v24-14853_NEWD-2_K2.6_std_usb_ftp-e2000.bin (Eko K2.6 NEWD-2 Builds)

    I do have to say that I didn't have any issues with doing the same on my WRT54GL with Tomato RAF 1.28.8627+VPN (4MB Flash). VPN version for WRT54GL and non USB routers. (NO CIFS) Christmas Edition on it.

    So something goes wrong trying to commit these changes in this firmware :(
     
  95. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    No difference in iface .. same .. tested in my WL500gP v1, PPPoE with WAG120N in bridge config, it works.
     
  96. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    Polodude, I did exactly what you wrote .. here is the outcome ..

    root@E2000:/tmp/home/root# nvram show | grep vlan.ports
    vlan1ports=4 3 2 8*
    vlan2ports=0 1 8

    I can't understand....
     
  97. PoloDude

    PoloDude Networkin' Nut Member

    Gonna try doing a fresh install now, not change anything, not even root password and see what that gives as output.

    It's indeed weird :(
     
  98. PoloDude

    PoloDude Networkin' Nut Member

    Ok, did a reinstall, waited 5min, 30/30/30 reset (just to make sure) did the above commands.
    Again nothing after reboot :( before reboot it is fine.
    Could it be some setting in the GUI that i'm missing? In Advanced > Debugging the "Avoid performing an NVRAM commit" is unchecked.

    Even tried to commit to nvram in the gui after applying those commands in telnet and rebooting from there (i do silly things when it doesn't work :p ) but still nothing
     
  99. Victek

    Victek Network Guru Member

    I did'nt reboot, you're right.. why do you need this config?
     
  100. PoloDude

    PoloDude Networkin' Nut Member

    I'm using it to let port 4 get an ip from my provider, otherwise my digital recorder (for digital tv) doesn't work appropriatly. Guess i'll have to use my WRT54GL for that untill you find a way to fix it ;)
     

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