Overclocking of Tarifa 029

Discussion in 'Tarifa Firmware' started by ngc1976, Feb 15, 2007.

  1. ngc1976

    ngc1976 Network Guru Member

    Has anyone try overclocking the WRT54gV4 with Tarifa 029 firmware ? I tried at 216, it ran for awhile but the router loses all the connections overnight and have to reboot to gain connection. Currently running torrent to test out, not too sure it's cause by too many connections.

  2. jchuit

    jchuit Network Guru Member

    The amount of open connections and memory allocations can be found by using slabinfo.

    Open a telnet session, and type: cat /proc/slabinfo
    The second line, second column gives you the amount of open connections.

    or to filter the output type: cat /proc/slabinfo | grep ip_conntrack

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