SSL Certs can be a pain at times i know that for experience. If you need anything give web space wise give me a shout.
Hello - and I wish you well. The new name is " perfecto ". I am a retired English Teacher and struggled to come up with a winner with the right " ring " to it. You seem to have done quite well by relying on your own best judgement.
Kudos - and thanks for all you do to keep my routers humming right along. I have come to love OpenWrt and your " Custom Flavor " is the absolute best in my humble estimation.
Peace and God Bless Always To You and Yours
In God's Grace,
Awesome! Thanks David. Btw- you may want to update the OP with the new link as well when you get a chance, or maybe you were just waiting for the cert to update. Either way awesome, glad to see the new domain in action!
I'm a newbie to OpenWRT, LEDE and LUCI, though I've used Tomato on a WRT54GL for many years. I've installed David's lede-mvebu-cortexa9-linksys-wrt1200ac-squashfs-factory.img - and I am really, really impressed! Thank-you to everyone who has contributed.
I have been trying to set up a guest wifi using the instructions here: https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/network/wifi/guestwifi/guest-wlan-webinterface
However, when I come to configure my firewall zone settings, LUCI does not display the tick boxes for 'masquerading', for 'MSS clamping', nor the edit and delete buttons. These are shown on the guide, but not on my LUCI - it looks as though the page has cut off just towards the right of the 'Forward' column, and I cannot scroll across to see the missing fields.
Can anyone explain why this is?? And how do I fix it??
I'm using the current version of Chrome, but have tried Edge and Internet Explorer under Windows10. All have the same issue. I can post a screen grab if it would help?
If I'm being a complete idiot - then please accept my apologies - but this is driving me insane and any help would be gratefully received.
Go to System >> System >> Language and Style and set the theme to "Bootstrap".
That should fix your problem....
You could get a free cert from https://letsencrypt.org/
Awesome!! @Kherby very many, many thanks! Much appreciated! I would have never thought to change that setting. I knew this forum would have the answer.
I'm already using Letsencrypt, and it will not issue a certificate to a domain that is currently "down".
Okay, I enabled the new certificate just for https://dc502wrt.org/
letsencrypt has everything screwed up though. I was using an older version of letsencrypt which would no longer talk back to the CA. So, I had to install a new version of letsencrypt which installed everything into different directories. Then when you run the script it creates different files in different locations than what apache is looking to load. It's crazy, but I've managed to give apache what it wants and it now loads a new certificate.
For those who would like to replace their distribution feeds for build r9287.
src/gz lede_core https://dc502wrt.org/snapshots/r9287/targets/mvebu/cortexa9/packages src/gz lede_base https://dc502wrt.org/snapshots/r9287/packages/arm_cortex-a9_vfpv3/base src/gz lede_darkmatter https://dc502wrt.org/snapshots/r9287/packages/arm_cortex-a9_vfpv3/darkmatter src/gz lede_luci https://dc502wrt.org/snapshots/r9287/packages/arm_cortex-a9_vfpv3/luci src/gz lede_packages https://dc502wrt.org/snapshots/r9287/packages/arm_cortex-a9_vfpv3/packages src/gz lede_routing https://dc502wrt.org/snapshots/r9287/packages/arm_cortex-a9_vfpv3/routing src/gz lede_softethervpn https://dc502wrt.org/snapshots/r9287/packages/arm_cortex-a9_vfpv3/softethervpn src/gz lede_telephony https://dc502wrt.org/snapshots/r9287/packages/arm_cortex-a9_vfpv3/telephony
The below directory doesn't exist. It ends at r9287.
I took it off of my test build. Good find - r9287
I edited the above post.
Admittedly I should have asked the following: I'm having a bit of problem finding out how I replace the distribution feeds. I've searched around and can't find it. Would you enlighten me? And I apologize in advance for a question I should have been able to answer on my own.
[SOLVED]. I take that back. Looks like it is in:
root@OpenWrt:/etc/opkg# ls -al distfeeds.conf -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 762 Feb 8 08:27 distfeeds.conf
[EDIT2] In your post in this thread, you add the following feed for
softethervpn which is not in the original distribution feeds:
src/gz lede_softethervpn https://dc502wrt.org/snapshots/r9287/packages/arm_cortex-a9_vfpv3/softethervpn
I don't know if this is a mistake but I thought I should mention it.
The link to softethervpn is broken!
I don't see it in the repository for build r9287. Will double check to see if it is still a part of the build. It could be it failed to compile for one reason or another.
For people who might not read posts above.
If you have a link be sure to update the URL.
Hey David sorry to bug you about this but do you think you can edit this in your original first post in this thread? Since that is likely where new users will go when they come here, and probably won't see what happened at this given point in the comments especially as the conversation continues.
Absolutely. Great idea.
thanks for the build im really enjoying it and it seems very stable on my wrt1900ac
even my samba file transfers seemed boosted by a steady 30mb/s (from 70 to 100)
compared to openwrt's 18.06.02
However occasionally I get minor internet slowness. for example some mobile games have an icon that you are losing connection or when i use some meeting apps it will tell me im experiencing slow internet. Granted this could be my provider or any number of other factors; so i'm not saying this is for sure caused by the router. But I see ALOT of these log entries for many different mac addresses and just curious.
Are these normal, or indication of an error/problem?
[343215.109881] ieee80211 phy0: Mac80211 start BA 00:b3:62:c9:70:cb
[343216.160447] ieee80211 phy0: Stop BA 58:b3:fc:a0:34:f4
[343798.995463] ieee80211 phy0: Mac80211 start BA c0:a6:00:36:ac:7c
[343799.371867] ieee80211 phy0: Stop BA d4:e6:b7:3f:a5:07
[343863.828422] ieee80211 phy0: Mac80211 start BA d4:e6:b7:3f:a5:07
[343864.173140] ieee80211 phy0: Stop BA ac:e2:d3:33:82:cd
Thanks so much for the build! I updated the WRT3200ACM to the latest release but I'm unable to do a opkg update...
root@ap:~# opkg update Downloading https://davidc502sis.dynamic-dns.net/snapshots/r9287/targets/mvebu/cortexa9/packages/Packages.gz *** Failed to download the package list from https://davidc502sis.dynamic-dns.net/snapshots/r9287/targets/mvebu/cortexa9/packages/Packages.gz