Really hoping that the PPPoE issues get worked out. My current setup is an ADSL2 modem in bridge mode up to my Asus N15 running stock fw. I'd love to use DD-WRT, but if previous posters with my same setup are having problems I'm going to save my time.
If someone wrote up a guide in the wiki for the N15 I'd be more than willing to test it on my box.
Am I correct in presuming that this is easily reversible (through an ASUS tool or something from what I've scanned)?
Last question; has anyone bricked their N15 from this yet meddling with N15?
Thanks guys. DD-WRT newbie here; I'd love to get involved.
Joined: 13 Feb 2011 Posts: 1 Location: Moscow, Russia
Posted: Fri Feb 18, 2011 12:29 Post subject: PPPoE issue
I've managed to establish PPPoE connection manually, while automatic configuration via web interface disconnects every 10-20 seconds.
You can start pppoe manually: Use web settings to get local network connection to work (in my case this was automatic dhcp). Then place the following command that starts ppp daemon in web setup (Administration->Commands):
I was able to acquire missing kernel modules, but still too many issues on the way.
I would really appreciate if someone could give some initial guidelines...
Am I right about trying to use Makefile.rt2880 as a baseline? I was little bit confused finding out that it required Broadcom include files during compilation of src/router/shared files, even though I tried to eliminate everything which is not related to ralink stuff...
Still hoping someone could give me some clues...
Thanks in advance.
Thanks for releasing firmware for RT-N15!
Firmware is good, but i have problem with PPPoE, and some peoples above too. I'am installed
and i have problem with PPPoE connection. After a connection is established, it droped down in intreval below 1 min. As well when connection is established, internet doesnt work and i can't ping any other adresses outside LAN. Any ideas?
My download speeds on the WAN interface through the firmware in the half, equal to 6 MB / s (not 12MB / sec)
Maybe you have to change something in settings that would be my 100 mb / sec channel used to complete?
I've found WAN speed problem too.
Max speed in my tests are 5100 KB/sec in ftp transfer from WAN to LAN1 port. All link speeds are 1Gb.
Looks like WAN port has firmly set the bandwidth to 50 Mb/s or there is a problem with driver included in kernel.
And there is a mistake in Router database discription - RT-N15 router have 32 MB of ram, not 16