Related V23 problems-acess lists, port blocks, logging, etc

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by dellsweig, Dec 7, 2005.

  1. dellsweig

    dellsweig Network Guru Member

    There is a fairly significant problem with V23 which seems to be related to the way IP tables are built and maintained by the firmware. This has been reported in a whole list of separate Bugtrak reports which are now tied to a master report - 0000048

    For some unknown reason, non of these reports have been ecknowledged in bugtrak by the admin even though some of the more knowledgable participants have re-created them and in some cases identified the problem.

    I read a note on the Berlin forum from Brainslayer saying he had no problems with any of these reported issues

    What is going on here??

    It would be nice to seee this work (bugtrak reports) get acknolwedged and know they are being worked on

    Read 0000048 and some of the linked reports (0000355, 0000388, 0000392, 0000394)

    I see complaints about silly items like uptime and formats of strings in the GUI, while it is important to get stuff like this fixed before a final release, it would seem VERY important to get access list, port control, logging (security features) working CONSISTENTLY

    Just my 2 cents

  2. dellsweig

    dellsweig Network Guru Member

    Since I posted this question, two more tickets have been linked to what appears to be the master problem ticket 0000048

    I wonder why no one is commenting on this??

    I also see all of these tickets still are not acknowledged
  3. 4Access

    4Access Network Guru Member

    For anyone who didn't notice the change log from the Dec 10th build BrianSlayer is working on these issues.

    Edit: Opps didn't mean to "revive" a thread that was about to drop off the 1st page but wanted people to know these issues are being worked on.
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