Just want to ask something about natcap?

https://router-sh.ptpt52.com/rom/

what with this firmwares is it thesame with lede/openwrt? ....

You should probably ask the person who compiled it; but I noticed from just reading:

  • It comes from an untrusted [Chinese] source
  • It's not released by LEDE
  • The HTTPS is untrusted
  • The default subnet is different from LEDE's default
  • The default login is changed
  • Default wireless is changed
  • It appears to include a software called "NETCAP"

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These are commonly used LEDE / OpenWrt firmware. ptpt52 produced, code: NATCAP

Firmware wireless default name: NATCAP_XXXX, password: 88888888
Firmware Management Interface: http://192.168.15.1/
Management Interface Account / Password: root / admin

From: https://github.com/ptpt52/natcap

Natcap protocol to break through the firewall. A transparent proxy

(It might be a software to get past the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Firewall)
Hope this helps.

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NATCAP is built from OpenWrt Snapshots, supports many devices that OpenWrt does not yet support. You can install it if you can not install OpenWrt.
https://router-sh.ptpt52.com/rom/
https://dev.ptpt52.com/rom/

You can remove service of NATCAP with command line: (replace " with star(*) for full remove)
opkg --force-removal-of-dependent-packages remove "shadowsocks"
opkg --force-removal-of-dependent-packages remove "p910nd"
opkg --force-removal-of-dependent-packages remove "samba"
opkg --force-removal-of-dependent-packages remove "macvlan"
opkg --force-removal-of-dependent-packages remove "upnp"
opkg --force-removal-of-dependent-packages remove "openvpn"
opkg --force-removal-of-dependent-packages remove "aria2"
opkg --force-removal-of-dependent-packages remove "natcap"
opkg --force-removal-of-dependent-packages remove "ddns"

Untrusted certificates on the website aren't a good start.

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Since many portions of OpenWrt are under GPL, where are the sources, build chain, instructions, and other required information?

There is nothing on the distribution page, nor on the top-level page of the site

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I think they do not follow GPL but they support many devices from China to bypass the ISP's firewall.

They renamed to X-wrt. Just want to add this information on that point.

https://x-wrt.com or https://x--wrt-com.translate.goog/?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en

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