I'm currently using the TP-Link TL-MR6400 v-5 router and have successfully installed the OpenWrt snapshot firmware. Here's the information about my current OpenWrt setup:
Name: OpenWrt Version: SNAPSHOT ID: openwrt ID-like: lede openwrt Pretty Name: OpenWrt SNAPSHOT Version ID: snapshot Home URL: https://openwrt.org/ Bug URL: https://bugs.openwrt.org/ Support URL: https://forum.openwrt.org/ Build ID: r20355-764600648f OpenWrt Board: ramips/mt76x8 OpenWrt Arch: mipsel_24kc OpenWrt Taints: no-all OpenWrt Device Manufacturer: OpenWrt OpenWrt Device Manufacturer URL: https://openwrt.org/ OpenWrt Device Product: Generic OpenWrt Device Revision: v0 OpenWrt Release: OpenWrt SNAPSHOT r20355-764600648f
I've been attempting to upgrade to the stable release using the sysupgrade command, as Luci isn't working. However, I'm encountering an issue with the following output from sysupgrade:
Fri Aug 19 21:56:23 UTC 2022 upgrade: Saving config files... etc/config/dhcp etc/config/dropbear etc/config/firewall etc/config/network etc/config/system etc/config/wireless etc/dropbear/dropbear_ed25519_host_key etc/dropbear/dropbear_rsa_host_key etc/group etc/hosts etc/inittab etc/nftables.d/10-custom-filter-chains.nft etc/nftables.d/README etc/opkg/keys/9161183b8d641bdb etc/opkg/keys/b5043e70f9a75cde etc/passwd etc/profile etc/rc.local etc/shadow etc/shells etc/shinit etc/sysctl.conf Fri Aug 19 21:56:24 UTC 2022 upgrade: Commencing upgrade. Closing all shell sessions. Command failed: Connection failed
I'm having trouble understanding why this is happening. I've even tried performing a factory reset, but it hasn't resolved the issue. I would appreciate any insights or solutions to this problem.