Davidc502- wrt1200ac wrt1900acx wrt3200acm wrt32x builds

I'll see how it looks after the upgrade. maybe it is an uptime thing? 65d up...

Could be.. If it starts to hang press the browser stop button, and refresh. You might have to do this a couple times, but after it clears you should be good to go from that point forward.

Right, just flashed everything to stock on my WRT32x,

If i flash the full OpenWRT DC502 build via ssh using sysupgrade -F -n -v Wifi works.
Going to test doing the flash in WebGUI, it might be a Webgui bug from stock firmware.

So its advised i think to simply use SSH to flash from stock to openwrt so i have included one line commands to do just that. Click on your Router Model and it will show you what command(s) to run which can be copy & pasted for ease of use.

LinkSys WRT32X: How to Install OpenWRT via SSH
cd /tmp && wget https://dc502wrt.org/releases/openwrt-mvebu-cortexa9-linksys_wrt32x-squashfs-factory.img -O venom.img && sysupgrade -F -n -v venom.img
LinkSys WRT3200ACM: How to Install OpenWRT via SSH
cd /tmp && wget https://dc502wrt.org/releases/openwrt-mvebu-cortexa9-linksys_wrt3200acm-squashfs-factory.img -O rango.img && sysupgrade -F -n -v rango.img
LinkSys WRT1900ACS : How to Install OpenWRT via SSH
cd /tmp && wget https://dc502wrt.org/releases/openwrt-mvebu-cortexa9-linksys_wrt1900acs-squashfs-factory.img -O shelby.img && sysupgrade -F -n -v shelby.img
LinkSys WRT1900AC Version 2: How to Install OpenWRT via SSH
cd /tmp && wget openwrt-mvebu-cortexa9-linksys_wrt1900acv2-squashfs-factory.img -O cobra.img && sysupgrade -F -n -v cobra.img
LinkSys WRT1900AC Version 1: How to Install OpenWRT via SSH
cd /tmp && wget https://dc502wrt.org/releases/openwrt-mvebu-cortexa9-linksys_wrt1900ac-squashfs-factory.img -O mamba.img && sysupgrade -F -n -v mamba.img
LinkSys WRT1200AC: How to Install OpenWRT via SSH
cd /tmp && wget https://dc502wrt.org/releases/openwrt-mvebu-cortexa9-linksys_wrt1200ac-squashfs-factory.img -O caimen.img && sysupgrade -F -n -v caimen.img

Will upload the logs after i do have them however need to wait for my internet to be free from a Youtube user to get off before i can upload.


As someone with a DOCSIS 2.0 modem at the moment, this is very interesting to hear as I was putting off DOCSIS 3.0/3.1 upgrade due to my home bandwidth not needing it. I was unaware of other additional improvements I may be able to receive. Pardon me for the off-topic question, but do you have any additional resources or information regarding this? Thank you!

It's strange these days, Windows 10 how has decent Linux support, so i use W10 + Ubuntu/Debian (need last for some projects) in WSL. Works well, but luck of 32-bit support.
My rig is top Alienware notebook, powerful enough even for NN knowledge transfer using CUDA.

The technical version: https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-aqm-docsis-pie-02
The editorial version: https://www.cablelabs.com/now-announcing-wi-fi-certified-data-elements-inventing-the-standard-in-wi-fi-pnm
The original(?) developers: https://www.bufferbloat.net

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Newegg sold out of the Ryzen 9 3900x in less than 6 hours, and I can't find anyone else selling them :frowning: So, it looks like this PC build has been delayed.

Ouch, you was looking so forward to getting that part as well.

I was up until midnight and there was nothing available, so I slept for 6 hours, and by that time everyone had sold out.
Well, I'll just have to wait like most everyone else.

Benchmarks are out looks like 3700X and 3900X are an incredible value in workstation type workloads, and the 3700X is actually very power efficient which is a huge improvement for AMD CPUs. Intel still leads in gaming benchmarks.

Still happy with my i5-9600K (4.9GHz boost), but would change it up to AMD when I upgrade and they are still doing this well.

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@eduperez I was doing some testing today to get IoT devices to work and i came up with a bug that exists on the WRT32X.
I am running the latest David's image and my system log shows a lot of these messages:
daemon.notice wpa_supplicant[5069]: wlan1: CTRL-EVENT-BEACON-LOSS
It drop the connection and it restarts the interface
This keeps happening.
Anybody observed the same?

PS: Other that than, i got IoT to work.

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Sorry, I have never seen that message before... As far as I know, when an IoT device (mostly ESP8266-based devices) has trouble, it fails completely to connect.

updated WRT1200AC to r10307 (4.19.53), running smoothly with

  • 5ghz(80mhz,DFS,400mW) bridge/backbone, 2,4ghz clients
  • Dual stack 100mbit uplink, SQM, wireguardVPN

no reboots, no UI timeouts, i really like the new UI theme :+1:


Yeah I regularly find that the web interface doesnt respond, but if I reload the page it INSTANTLY responds. I have no idea why.

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It hasn't happened to me in a while, but could happen at any time. Seems to very slowly be getting better over time.

Did you need to do something specific to get IOT's to work?

Disable WMM and revert to legacy b/g

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Does your browser accept the certificate from uHTTPd?

I don't think so? Does it work for anyone? I thought we were all just skipping it...

If the browser displays a certificate warning like in the screenshot,
Luci may not respond to page change and the only forced page refresh will help in this situation. You need to ensure the trust to certificate and then Luci will work correctly. Modern browsers, like IE and Chrome, require a certificate with a root certification authority, like one in the screenshot.
The root certificate should be added to the trusted ones. Opera may not have such strict requirements, but I don't use it. If you want to get such a self-signed certificate, I can make a small instruction.