[Cerowrt-devel] cerowrt 3.3.8-1 and related
maciej at soltysiak.com
Thu Jun 14 13:36:11 EDT 2012
Cool, just flashed my router with the 3.3.8-3, going to use it at home.
About codel, does it mean that I shouldn't enable anything in AQM and
QOS tabs and just edit
/usr/sbin/simple_qos.sh to tune my down/up bandwidth?
On Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 4:54 PM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> there is at least one mistake in the current firewall rules. the "lan" rule
> for se00, sw10, sw00 should have ACCEPT on input,output,and forward.
> Plenty more fixes to come by the end of the weekend.
> On Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 5:19 AM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have updated cerowrt 3.3 to Linux version 3.3.8-1 and merged with
>> openwrt head.
>> My goal for this release was simply to get caught up with openwrt, then push
>> out the remaining useful cerowrt stuff into openwrt. After taking 3 weeks
>> off it's amazing how difficult it was to get back in sync.
>> Changes in this release:
>> + Linux 3.3.8
>> + netifd support (more dynamic application startup/shutdown management)
>> + Bind 9.1.1-P1 (Fix for a CVE)
>> + transmission and transmission web server (uTP) added
>> + Jabber chat server added
>> - I accidentally took a step back on dnsmasq (2.61 to 2.59)
>> - Firewall rules still need work (transmission support, block port 81, too)
>> - High performance hang (#379 and friends) untested (but possibly improved)
>> - UPnP work needs to be folded in
>> - quagga and gpsd didn't build
>> There are exciting things happening on the quagga front with babel -
>> there is a security architecture being prototyped as I write that
>> looks promising.
>> As for the gpsd issue, there was a flurry of controversy over how best
>> to stick it in openwrt, and obviously whatever one I picked lost.
>> And, of course, fq_codel is running on all interfaces.
>> I will try to resolve these issues by sunday and get out a 3.3.8-2
>> Let me know if any new ones have cropped up.
>> Dave Täht
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