[Cerowrt-devel] cerowrt 3.8.6-3 released

Rich Brown richb.hanover at gmail.com
Wed Apr 10 22:32:00 EDT 2013

A quick test of 3.8.6-3 on my WNDR3800 looked good. I was able to execute my scripts for setting up the config the way I like and for obtaining a 6in4 address through Hurricane Electric (see the wiki for the scripts).

There was a peculiar behavior with wireless immediately after configuring the IPv6 script. It was hit or miss whether I could get connected to wireless. for for a few minutes after running the config scripts. This seems to have resolved and it is working. 

I have not yet made the adjustments to simple_qos.sh as suggested in the wiki, but my performance using iperf seemed just fine.


On Apr 10, 2013, at 2:37 AM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:

> This has a merge from openwrt from over the weekend (fixes to qos-scripts, some ipv6 gui support, I forget what else)
> also the requested mtr package is built and available via opkg.
> the openvpn gui didn't build.
> This is 100% totally untested. I'm getting on a train in a few minutes.
> The usual warnings about the possibility of the universe collapsing to a high infrared emitting point source apply even more than usual.
> What I'm mostly thinking is this month meet a few backlogged feature requests like the upnp issue, update the doc to match reality and call it another stable release.
> then... finish figuring out a new board to work on (the buffalo wzr and zedboard head the list), and get working on the new stuff in linux 3.10, and so on, over the spring.
> but who knows, perhaps the upcoming battlemesh will prove productive for the backlog of new needed stuff, particularly on wifi.
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