[Cerowrt-devel] going down the todo list

Alijah Ballard alijahb at gmail.com
Sun Jan 19 14:56:49 EST 2014

UPNP works for port/router setting. But upnp/dlna does not work between
subnets. IE media server on lan, xbox360 on wlan24, network extender on
wlan5 with another xbox360. I currently use a couple raspi/xbmc to make the
media server work. I have tried to configure igmpproxy, but not having any


On Sun, Jan 19, 2014 at 6:51 AM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am going to try to knock out a new release by tomorrow...
> -1) has minidnssd and upnp been working for others correctly?
> 0) Presently fooling with a new skin with the gui (it's in 3.10.26-2 -
> don't! install that unless you merely want to look at the gui). I have
> no opinion on graphical matters, yours solicited.
> 1) I have found that sqm does not always start correctly on boot. There is
> some
> dependency on something firing to get it to start.
> 2) dnsmasq's dnssec support isn't quite baked enough to think about
> putting into a "stabler" release.
> 3) I updated most of the onboard doc, still have to finish the credits file
> 4) bcp38 turns out to be hard to do correctly in our commonly
> double-natted universe. I think I will try to make the facility
> available but only enable it partially by default.
> 5) David personette fixed https support for the gui so we will switch
> to https for the next round
> 6) squash incoming diffserv bits. I think perhaps wireshark is
> grabbing the packets before iptables thus I don't see them squashed
> 7) native ipv6 and dhcpv6-pd support - as discussed on the list, a
> full solution is gated on steven barth. The massive rework of the
> routing infrastructure he put in friday needs to be tested too,
> though.
> I am hopefully gaining ipv6 from comcast today to see stuff for myself.
> 8) src/dst routing test of babels - needs work
> 9) updated shaperprobe, uftp4, and ditg - no progress
> 10) iwl related crash and unaligned instructions - I have some data on
> when and how much they happen now, still no insight as to why
> --
> Dave Täht
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