What's the safest way to upgrade from 22.03 rc4 to 22.03.0 and get it to work, on Linksys E8450?
I've tried upgrading 3 times, and all ended up in failure.
I'm currently using iptables, and I have miniupnp, watchcat, ddns, dnscrypt-proxy and sqm installed.
After upgrading, miniupnp doesn't work, and I can't ping from my computer connected to the router.
After upgrading to 22.03 (clean install with manual reconfiguration since it was a device that recently switched to DSA) on my Bt Homehub 5a i've encountered problems while using usb flash drives with luks/lvm and f2fs/ext4 filesystems. I've opened a thread here that describes my problem in details.
Someone has stated a possible solution to this issue
I've retried with my device, went all the way back to stock firmware 1.00, did the two automatic updates on the way to 1.2.00.273012. When ahead and downloaded the installer file from github, uploaded to router and all works.
Thank you for your reply, But English is not my first language. The Chinese results I found were all about openwrt21. Most of the English results I found were knowledge tutorials, not directly telling me how to execute the code to use adguard home normally. At present, I can't find how to set up to use adguard home normally. I need two functions of this plugin, dns parsing and ad filtering, so I don't want to deprecate this plugin.
Since 22.03 on r7800: Periodically - about every third day, Device is "down". Interfaces seem to be down, device is not accessible. Remote Logs are without any suspicious info. Weird.
Now, I have a script running that restarts the device every night.
Sad but true.
What type of problems did you experience prior to disabling tx_amsdu? I'm asking as I am using a WRT1900AC v2 which uses 88W8864. I'm wondering if the tx_amsdu issue is something that will definitely occur or if I will get a performce increase by leaving it enabled.
Going back to the Issue discussed 4 years ago, disabling amsdu on mwlwifi driver devices with 88W8864 (wrt1200 and wrt1900) may reduce latency on 5GHz, but in doing so you will lose some throughput. It's never been reported to affect anything else other than that:
Probably, but since the wifi firmware is close source and no one with a wrt1200 or wrt1900 ever posted any throughput and latency tests that I've seen, it's unknown. If you get better speedtest results post about it on one of the mvebu custom fw threads. I'll add that to the wiki, since I added a lot of this info to the wiki already.
This topic somehow comes up with every new release, along with the misconception that wrt3200acm and wrt32x are somehow affected when that's never been demonstrated either. I use a wrt32x and definitely never disabled amsdu.