Support TP-Link Archer C6U v1

Hi friends!
Please tell me when you can expect support for this router? Archer C6U v1

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There is a PR pending for the EU version:

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Very good news! I am glad to hear it.
I hope this will also work for the RU region.
Thank you guys. I'm really looking forward to it! With love

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OpenWrt: TP-Link Archer C6U v1

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Support has been merged into master, but we need testing on 21.02 if you want this device available in 21.02. I have created builds based on 21.02 HEAD (they will be almost identical to RC2, which is around the corner).

Images can be found here. Please test (do not keep settings when flashing from master) and report back if everything works. At this point the difference between master and 21.02 is rather small, so I don't expect there to be any issues.

I'll add your forum names to the patch for 21.02 - if you want to be mentioned in a 'formal' Tested-by, you can provide your real name and e-mail address through PM, but that should not be necessary.

I'm asking for testers since the developer who merged support into master would like actual testing before backporting it to 21.02 (which makes sense), but I don't have the device myself.

Thank you!

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2 problems in using openwrt on archer c6u v1 (ru):

  1. For some reason, it is no longer possible to update from the stock firmware to openwrt (not so long ago it still worked)
  2. After downloading openwrt to the router, the ethernet port of the router through which the firmware was loaded stops working, the computer cannot get the ip address, it helps to rearrange the network cable to the neighboring port of the router (but not always).

I always collect fresh openwrt from the master branch to the github before flashing.

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Hey guys, there is a broader backport effort going on, with the C6U v1 amongs the devices. See this mailing list post.

Please test those, @ynezz has built 21.02 images for testing.

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I downloaded the source code for version 21.02.0-rc2 and manually applied the patches.
The stock firmware accepted my openwrt build without any problems.
(the version back to the stock is attached)

I have been testing for three days and the only thing that does not work stably is the switch.

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Can you reproduce the switch issue?

Yes. This issue haunts me in any of my assemblies. No matter how many times I do it again.