Joined: 05 Oct 2008 Posts: 71 Location: Helsinki, Finland
Posted: Thu Jun 25, 2015 22:26 Post subject:
As I wrote earlier I was able to upgrade through the web GUI.
In trying to coax the router to live up tot its High Power designation hoping to get 100 mW out of it (=+20 dBm), at one time I set the regulatory domain to United_States_(Public_Safety) or some such. That was the last I experienced with that installation of the new version.
The router totally locked up. It would not boot after a reset even.
I have had this router bricked before and I have instructions ready that I edited myself from what's been floating around. After some trouble I got it working again with the same version 27396.
When all was fine and dandy, I figured I should store the settings using 'Frater's script' (my edited version of it).
Much to my surprise/chagrin it doesn't work any longer
WinSCP returns the following error message:
failed with return code 0 and error message
/dev/nvram: Out of memory
size: 20 bytes (131052 left).
Would it have something to do with the new Linux kernel in DD-WRT?
Thanks, KrypteX. I never gave it much thought but the NVRAM problem may have been the reason why the router would sometimes reset itself to factory settings. Problem which I avoided by transferring NVRAM for client lease DB to JFFS2. _________________ [ATHEROS] ------------> Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH [A0 D0] --> DD-WRT v3.0-r33492 std (10/10/17) - (Gateway)
[ATHEROS] ------------> Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH [A0 D0] --> DD-WRT v3.0-r33492 std (10/10/17) - (Bridge)
[QUALCOMM ATHEROS] -> TP-Link TL-WR841ND v9 --------> DD-WRT v3.0-r33492 std (10/10/17) - (Bridge)