I recently flashed my D-Link DIR-645 (version A1) to this version of LEDE: lede-17.01 branch (git-17.152.82987-7f6fc16).
The wireless interface is effectively unusable. After router reboot, I can connect to the AP as normal, but within minutes (or sometimes longer) the network connection goes down entirely to the point where I cannot even access the router admin page. This is despite the fact that the wireless connection itself shows as remaining connected the entire time. Ethernet link remains and usable.
Here's my configuration:
- OS X 10.12.6 and Windows 10 (separate laptops)
- Thomson DCM-476 modem
- D-Link DIR-645 (A1)
- Configuration set to Access Point; 802.11n; IP addresses by DHCP
- SQM is active, set to cake and piece_of_cake, respectively
Even more frustrating is that, despite the DIR-645 having a separate firmware restore capability, even when trying to flash the stock firmware via the emergency web interface, the 'reset' only resets the LEDE installation. In other words, I cannot seem to revert to stock firmware - which, at this point, I would very much like to do considering how unreliable the LEDE installation has been.