[Cerowrt-devel] cerowrt-3.10.2-1 dev release + owamp
dperson at gmail.com
Fri Jul 26 06:51:03 EDT 2013
HEnet has been working consistently for me.
In /etc/config/network make sure that se00, sw00, sw10, gw00, gw10, gw01,
and gw11 all have the following line:
option ip6assign 64
And add the following using your information to replace the '###' fields,
also remove any earlier configuration for it:
config interface henet
option proto 6in4
option peeraddr ###
option ip6addr ###
option tunnelid ###
option username ###
option password ###
option ip6prefix ###
option mtu 1480
option ttl 64
Finally add henet to the wan zone in /etc/config/firewall
The way to setup custom DNS is also in /etc/config/network, add the
following to you ge00 config:
option peerdns 0
option dns '18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124'
I ran into issues updating to the 3.10.1 build, something got borked with
my configuration. Once I restored a backup, everything was fine (NOTE: this
is an assumption, it could have just been the additional reboot that fixed
the flakeyness). The upgrade to 3.10.2 went quite smoothly for me. If I hit
a problem with the upgrade to 3.10.3 I'll send a followup email.
On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 2:21 AM, Fred Stratton <fredstratton at imap.cc> wrote:
> I can certainly confirm this, having spent several fruitless hours with
> the build.
> 6in4 remains broken for henet.
> dnsmasq appears not to recognise additional domain name servers. The ISP I
> use has a very slow domain name service, to which the system now defaults.
> The consequence of this is that opkg times out, and no packages can be
> It is still not possible to watch a video stream and download files
> simultaneously on an ADSL line.
> On 26 Jul 2013, at 06:20, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> > sysupgrade -n doesn't work with this release. Stay away. I have a new
> > build of 3.10.3-1 and am trying to fix it...
> > I did find the problem on the ubnt builds - I'd switched to the new
> > babeld from quagga, but failed to install it by default.
> > in openwrt trunk, elliptic curve has been enabled in openssl. It's
> > long past time we enable https for configuration by default, and might
> > as well figure out how to turn perfect forward secrecy on as well in
> > the post-snowden era.
> > owamp seemingly works well, with a couple glitches here and there. I
> > got to where the lab was synced to about 1ms resolution... and 5 more
> > gpses arrived today....
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