[Cerowrt-devel] cerowrt-3.10.34-4 dev build released

Maxim Kharlamov mcs at podsolnuh.biz
Thu Apr 3 18:51:57 EDT 2014

The last release without wifi issues was 3.8.something (I think it was
called Berlin). The whole 3.10.x branch seems to have broken wifi (will see
how 3.10.24-4 goes, it seems OK, but it's been working less than 24hours
I'm using only 2.4Ghz (5Ghz dead in the water - devices couldn't connect at
all, so I disabled it). Guest and babel disabled.


On Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 11:36 AM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:

> Is there a recent version that people had that was seemingly stable for
> wifi that we could step back to and bisect from? Something where
> you had heavy wifu use for week(s) without a problem?
> (I know that until we got focused on this, and people focused on
> reporting it, that maybe it was happening in releases I'd otherwise
> considered to be "pretty good"... so please report in on your "best"
> releases this year...)
> Worst case we can step back to that kernel for a while and proceed forward
> on all the other stuff. I know I crave stability at this point, and I'm
> unhappy that everyone here is unhappy, too...
> Regrettably since losing my lab I have not been in a position to easily
> test wifi to any huge extent. I'm slowly building that up (but for example
> no longer have a mac to test with)
> On Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 11:20 AM, Neil Shepperd <nshepperd at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > I just flashed 3.10.34-4 to my new WNDR3800 and experienced the exact
> > wifi hang described by Toke Høiland-Jørgensen. But I'm on the 2.4GHz
> > network (with guest and babel disabled). Unfortunately I didn't think to
> > try tracing anything from the router side before resetting the wireless.
> cool you disabled guest and babel. So far we've sort of ruled out
> 6in4 tunnelling, and syn flood protection.
> Sounds like you are going to stick with -4 for a bit?
> what I've been doing is mounting a usb stick, and just running continuously
> on the stick
> tcpdump -s 128 -i ge00 -w ge00.cap &
> tcpdump -s 128 -i sw00 -w sw00.cap &
> This definately hurts performance...
> And it's probably time to do a tcpdump on the connected device as well.
> In terms of other diags... (any suggestions?)
> > Syslog was filled with a lot of
> >
> Hmm. OK, this brings back the device driver into the equation... I
> WAS seeing dhcp and arp requests "getting through" from the captures,
> and it seemed like arp in particular was getting through...
> >
> > but the offers aren't being received at my laptop.
> >
> > Just another data point I guess.
> Well, I'd hoped it would be a confirming one rather than one opening
> up more questions.
> > Neil
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