[Cerowrt-devel] CeroWrt 3.10.24-8 badly bloated?/Not anymore...
fredstratton at imap.cc
Fri Dec 27 16:13:17 EST 2013
The 'Enabled' checkbox is disabled by default.
I would have no problem with it being enabled by default, but would like
I use a TP-Link device to bridge to the phone line. In the next year, a
build of OpenWRT will appear which I can apply to this, with all the
ceroWRT changes incorporated in it hopefully.
I envisage testing the operation of that device as a full gateway, and
using the ceroWRT device as an access point in the testing period, with
sqm partly or wholly disabled on it.
On 27/12/13 20:59, Rich Brown wrote:
>> Probably didn't start sqm properly
>> Restart it by hand via /etc/init.d/sqm restart
>> tc -s qdisc show dev ge00
>> Should show htb and fq codel.
> Uh oh. PEBCAK (Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard :-)
> I see the problem... There's this little checkbox in the "Basic
> Settings" of the GUI... It's labeled "Enable" and hidden in plain
> sight above all the interesting stuff in that tab. If it isn't
> checked, the router is just as bloated as every other home router.
> However, if you *do* check it, everything works as desired. Whew!
> A few thoughts which might keep this from ever happening again:
> - Was it disabled by default? (I don't remember unchecking it...)
> - Is there even a reason to have the "Enable" checkbox? Would there
> ever be a circumstance where a person wouldn't want SQM?
> - Could the "Enable" checkbox be replaced by another "Not Enabled"
> entry in the "Interface name" dropdown?
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