I have been trying to install Kong's latest firmware for my R7800 . The firmware loads up but the wifi seems to be disabled on my router . Only my power and lan led lit up and nothing else seems to work .
I install the firmware through a tftp client and it goes through successfully. I dont know why this keeps happening or is there an installation step i keep missing out on.
I'm having problems with the most recent Kong build (2/09), it's having stability problems on the wifi channels, throughput is low and is bouncing around. I had to revert to Kongs 1/31 build to get the wifi stability back. Anyone else seeing this behavior on the 2/9 build?
With regard to the radio's, the radios are off by default until you turn on the radios in the network section after you configure the radios.
I do enjoy going around in circles with people who are being overly pedantic, but not really worth my time. Kong makes OpenWRT builds, there isn't a singular place to post about those builds. This thread is called "Kong pro firmware for R7800". I have a R7800 and kong-pro. So instead of making a bunch of threads and dribbling them all over the forums, I decided to take part in a thread that is open to more then one issue ergo the title.
So It's not a bug with the UI, it's not a bug with WRT, and Kong definitely can't fix it because he's dumb and definitely doesn't make builds aimed at certain hardware, so who should I address this to or do you think the UI not modifying the correct files isn't a issue?
I figured, Kong tends to be more tailored to certain hardware so I thought I would bring it up again as he might be interested in fixing it sooner. That post is relatively old as well, so it's been around for awhile. I need it for my application and it's a deal breaker without it, as I'm certain for most people, even though there is a workaround.
The LEDs on the top front. Far right 2 are also buttons. Press firmly on 2nd one in and WiFi will come up after a few seconds on Open WRT as you will be able to see from the WiFi LEDs. Other button is for WPS I think.