- i think you can see changes only here: http://svn.dd-wrt.com/timeline
- there's no stable build, but mine is working fine (no extra services, just usb with some optware).. try it, you will see..
- yep, flash it with tl-wr1043nd-webflash.bin (if u got already ddwrt) _________________ TP-Link TL-WR1043ND (v24 preSP2 build 19519)
I said I wasn’t going to upgrade on last post a few weeks ago but since build had fairly good results thus far I upgraded from 16785. Normally I do recommended 30/30/30 but too many rules and settings to recreate so updated from 16785. Just like the post above I had to flash it twice and power off to complete. On first flash it was still reporting it was at build 16785 and didn’t report up-time.
Also in build 16785 mine only reported 260 now it is reporting 300mbit NG mixed. So far so good, I’m going to test the wifi with some random torrents and see what it could do. Will report back later _________________ TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v1.6 (r21676)
Has anyone from Israel, Russia or Ukraine connected to ISP as an L2TP client successfully?
The L2TP client seems to be broken, tested on this and previous builds on TL-WR1043ND.
Currently running build 18777, which connects to L2TP with no problem.
upgraded my w1043 tplink (18777) to this release. (19342)
Had to initiate webflash twice to complete.
It running now.
After 55 minutes up time:
Received (RX) 99% 103574 OK, 883 errors
Transmitted (TX) 100% 146718 OK, no error
Same error receive rate as with my previous 18777 build.
Didn't clear my nvram or reset or 30/30/30.
WAN( internet), LAN, WLAN working.
Can't find any difference, will test wlan further for speed. (Speed before and now was 300mbit NG mixed)
I've upgraded my Netgear WNDR3700v2 from 18777 to 19342 by a simple Web Firmware Upgrade. Nothing more done. Everything works just like before. No wireless packet errors. _________________ Now I'm on Gargoyle OpenWRT. Maybe it's GUI is ugly, but has absolutely no bugs. Everything works.
DD-WRT has nicest GUI and has tons of features... unfortunately many of them don't work.