XVortex or AdvancedTomato on EA6900 v1/v1.1 without 32k bug (renew)

Discussion in 'Other Firmware Projects' started by crashman, Mar 15, 2018.

  1. crashman

    crashman Reformed Router Member

    Theoretically you can stay on AT and do it. But since I haven't done that experiment I can't say do it like that.
    To be sure - ddwrt as normal steps.
    Your choice.
     
  2. lffoong

    lffoong New Member Member

    Can anyone upload all the files in post #1 to mega.nz/ google drive/ one drive ? I can't seems to download from Usercloud...always says "d32.usercdn.cxx" took too long to response. Thanks.
     
  3. migtoe

    migtoe New Member Member

    I uploaded files i used to zippyshare, probably better if OP gets updated though.
     
  4. lffoong

    lffoong New Member Member

    Many thanks to you migtoe. I've downloaded all the files from zippyshare that you share & I'm happy to report that I've successfully flashed my EA6900 v1 to running Vortex. :D
     
  5. AminHa

    AminHa New Member Member

    Hi @crashman
    Thank you very much for this. I saw this article just today and i am very happy to give it a try
    I have EA6700 but not sure if i should use EA6900 old stock firmware as per above instructions or i should use EA6700 old stock firmware instead?
    thx
     
    Last edited: Jan 5, 2019
  6. AminHa

    AminHa New Member Member

    All,
    Can anyone help on my question above
    Many Thanks
     
  7. AminHa

    AminHa New Member Member

    Hi again,

    I am trying to download files from original post but it seems no files in mentioned usercloud account!
    Anyone can help? at least i manged to get all files except the EA6900 custom CFE by crashman!
    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Jan 5, 2019
  8. AminHa

    AminHa New Member Member

    Hi @migtoe
    it seems uploaded files are not available in zippyshare anymore, can you help again here?

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Jan 5, 2019
  9. migtoe

    migtoe New Member Member

  10. SyberTiger

    SyberTiger New Member Member

    I understand that there hasn't been any AdvancedTomato builds for over a year. But, I understand there's another fork called FreshTomato that has more updated releases but does not include the AdvancedTomato GUI...I'm not sure what GUI it has...I guess the standard Tomato GUI?

    Anyhow, I wonder if you might update this thread to include FreshTomato as I understand there may have been some major security issues addressed since the last time there was an AdvancedTomato release.
     
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2019
  11. crashman

    crashman Reformed Router Member

    Hi, I was abroad for a month and had no chance to read here. I'll look what is going on with files I'd uploaded.
    About EA6700 - you need exactly that CFE, not EA6900.
    About FreshTomato - if someone try it and can make explanation - do it. I'm not going to do that.

    That's all for tonight!
     
  12. crashman

    crashman Reformed Router Member

    Tested - all links from post #1 are working and downloadable.
     
  13. Renan Rufino

    Renan Rufino New Member Member

    Hello all, I was trying to install dd-wrt in my ea6900 and somehow i fall here. I read that AdvancedTomato or XVortex is better than that. I just want to do this to use my ISP router with bridge mode and 'cause the PPoE must have Vlan settings. Can someone confirm this questions? To install one of this two, I have to just follow step-by-step the guide? A lot of thanks!
    xD
     
  14. Renan Rufino

    Renan Rufino New Member Member

    Hey @crashman can help?

    PS: I was trying to do this but I'm fear to brick my router

    dd-wrt
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    Last edited: Feb 12, 2019 at 11:31 AM
  15. Twincam

    Twincam Networkin' Nut Member

    @SyberTiger FreshTomato does indeed have the original style GUI [below]. It is under active development by kille27 and pedro311 and offers both ARM & MIPS builds. In my experience it is very stable - they have done an excellent job!

    upload_2019-2-12_15-47-57.png
     
    Last edited: Feb 13, 2019 at 7:51 PM
  16. crashman

    crashman Reformed Router Member

    Hi, steps are what you need to do - nothing less or more. I couldn't understand your exact questions!

    As I did not like dd-wrt from my experience I'm not going to read all that. Guide is here, steps are correct ones but what you do is on your responsibility. Many people have done it successfully so it's not so risky.

    Good luck both of you!
     
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