TP-Link TL-WR841N(D), WA701N(D), WR740N(D), WR741N(D), WR743N(D), WR940N, WR941N(D) - LADUS / JULIA / Ultra Lite / VPN builds


#1

Build date: 27.5.2017.
DOWNLOAD - LADUS 17.01

Features(click here)
  • LuCI with default theme
  • Adblock with adaway, disconnect, winspy and yoyo blocklists enabled out of the box
  • DNSCrypt with opennic anycast DNS resolver enabled by default
  • UPnP
  • SQM with extra scripts added
  • Disabled IPv6
  • Removed kernel debugging
  • Stripped unnecessary exports from the kernel image and unnecessary functions from libraries
  • squashfs block size 1024 Kib

Build date: 4.2.2017.
DOWNLOAD LADDUS 17.01

Features(click here)
  • LuCI with default theme
  • Adblock with adaway, disconnect, winspy and yoyo blocklists enabled out of the box
  • DDNS client
  • UPnP
  • SQM with extra scripts added
  • IPv6 enabled
  • Removed kernel debugging
  • Stripped unnecessary exports from the kernel image and unnecessary functions from libraries
  • squashfs block size 1024 Kib

Build date 15.3.2017.
DOWNLOAD - JULIA

This build is based on master branch of LEDE.

Features(click here)
  • LuCI with default theme
  • DDNS client
  • DNSCrypt with opennic anycast DNS resolver enabled by default
  • SQM with extra scripts added
  • UPnP
  • IPv6 and ppp/ppoe enabled
  • Removed kernel debugging
  • Stripped unnecessary exports from the kernel image and unnecessary functions from libraries
  • squashfs block size 1024 Kib.

Build date 3.2.2018
DOWNLOAD - Ultra Lite
Ultra Lite build
This is based on 17.01 LEDE branch and is basically completely stripped version of default LEDE builds.

Features(click here)
  • LuCI with default theme
  • Disabled IPv6
  • Removed kernel debugging
  • Stripped unnecessary exports from the kernel image and unnecessary functions from libraries
  • squashfs block size 1024 Kib

Build date 3.2.2018
DOWNLOAD - Ultra LiteV2
Ultra Lite build V2
This is based on 17.01 LEDE branch and is basically completely stripped version of default LEDE builds with UPnP and SQM.

Features(click here)
  • LuCI with default theme
  • UPnP
  • SQM
  • Disabled IPv6
  • Removed kernel debugging
  • Stripped unnecessary exports from the kernel image and unnecessary functions from libraries
  • squashfs block size 1024 Kib

Build date 3.2.2018
Ultra Lite build V3
DOWNLOAD - Ultra LiteV3
This is based on 17.01 LEDE branch and is basically completely stripped version of default LEDE builds with adblock and SQM.

Features(click here)
  • LuCI with default theme
  • adblock
  • SQM
  • Disabled IPv6
  • Removed kernel debugging
  • Stripped unnecessary exports from the kernel image and unnecessary functions from libraries
  • squashfs block size 1024 Kib

Build date 5.2.2017
OpenVPN build
17.01 branch
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Features(click here)
  • LuCI with default theme
  • OpenVPN (mbedtls)
  • DDNS
  • UPnP
  • SQM with extra scripts added
  • Removed opkg
  • IPv6 enabled
  • Removed kernel debugging
  • Stripped unnecessary exports from the kernel image and unnecessary functions from libraries
  • squashfs block size 1024 Kib

Build date 6.2.2018
EXPERIMENTAL
841nd V13: 840n v4
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Adblock and DNSCrypt should work out of the box without any configuring needed. If you have special network configuration, restart adblock service after setting up network and it should work.

You can control the adblock service manually with /etc/init.d/adblock start/stop/restart/reload/suspend/resume/status or use the LuCI frontend.

If you want to disable DNSCrypt you will have to edit /etc/config/dhcp and remove lines that are needed for DNSCrypt to work or change settings through LuCI.

Which build are you using?

  • LADUS
  • LADDUS
  • JULIA
  • Ultra Lite

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Build for TP-Link TL-WR841N(D) [all versions]
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#2

Thanks LADUS.

This is the build that i´m waiting for.
Will install tomorrow on all my routers.

Regards,
Juliano


#3

please make a build with pppoe option


#4

Which build should I make default, the one with DNSCrypt or the one with DDNS client or do you want me to continue with two builds?
Should I leave IPv6 support or not?

@pra I will try.


#5

Hello LADUS.

If it's not too much work for you, my vote is to continue with two builds, because in this way, more people will be able to use.

At this moment, my priority is:

  1. DDNS
  2. QoS or SQM
  3. IPv6
  4. PPPoE
  5. DNSCrypt

Thanks again for make this build for us.
Regards,
Juliano


#6

Hello @julianocs

Thanks for the feedback.
I could try to make a build with your list of features but it will be without adblock implemented.
EDIT: I built new build based on your feedback. Check it out in first post.

I would like to hear from others too what would be the best combination.


#7

Thanks for the Build. working flawless:+1:


#8

Thank you LADUS. A lot.
Installed now...

Working flawless:+2

Regards.


#9

Hi LADUS.

A problem.
My setup is: 1 main router + 9 others connected using wireless wds bridge.
After a few hours running your firmware, my repeaters stops to communicate. I have to enter one by one using a cable and reconnect the interface to restore the communication.

Any idea what could be the problem?

Thanks.


#10

@julianocs Which build are you using?
If you are using JULIA build, have you tried updating it, I made updated build yesterday.
I think there was a problem with some ath9k devices that was fixed.
See here.
Did you have problems using LADUS build?
(I just noticed you calling me ladus, it is just a build name - (L)uCI (A)dblock (D)NSCrypt (U)PnP (S)QM)

Maybe I should make future builds using stable 17.01 branch?


#11

Hi @hmd61551.

First, sorry for calling you LADUS... :slight_smile:

I didn´t try LADUS or LADDUS build, just JULIA build (downloaded yesterday. I dont know the exactly hour).
Did you make 2 JULIA builds yesterday?

Do you want that i test LADDUS build?
Or JULIA build is fixed?

Regards, and sorry again for calling you wrong.


#12

@julianocs
I just updated JULIA build.
It includes latest patches and latest kernel 4.4.45.
If you can, test JULIA build now, I think it should be fixed.


#13

Hi Ladus,

Many thanks for your work!!!

I've only a question to try to diagnose a problem I've with my amule installed on ubuntu.

In your last LADUS ans Julia release the unpnp doesn't work in amule (but, for example it work well on Transmission bittorent), in the 25.12.2016 Lede unofficial release of another tread ( Build for TP-Link TL-WR841N(D) [all versions] ) the unpnp works well on both Amule and Trasmission.

The question is:
Do you have any idea what is the difference between the upnp installed on the AMQ-25.12.2016 release and the one installed on your Ledus/Julia releases?


#14

@Axl_Mas
Thank you for your feedback.

I just updated JULIA build and, if you can, check it out in the first post.
UPnP works perfectly fine on my end but I am using Arch Linux. I will try it in Ubuntu VM later.
There is no difference between amq and my upnp implementation. I do not know what package versions amq build includes.

LADUS build will be updated tomorrow, and I will probably switch that build to 17.01 branch so, if you can, test these builds and report back.
Thanks


#15

Updated now... The main router and one repeater. Let's wait a few hours to see if it's stable. I give you a feedback.

Thanks.


#16

@hmd61551,

Running flawless for 4.5 hours.
No connection drops, no restarts.
Everything working great (Ipv6, Ddns, Unpnp, Sqm).

Thank you very much.
Regards.
Juliano


#17

New LADUS builds are up and I switched them to stable 17.01 branch.

Material LuCI theme and nano are not included any more but ppp/ppoe are and will be included in all builds.


#18

@hmd61551

Thanks!
The only difference between JULIA and LADDUS was Dnscrypt and Addblock, write?

Are you planning to keep updated LADUS and LADDUS only?

Regards,
Juliano


#19

Can u make a lite version of it?
With LUCI (Material theme), QoS and PPPoE features.
without DDNS, UPNP, IPv6, Adblcok, DNSCrypt


#20

@julianocs
That is correct.

I plan to keep all my builds updated. LADUS builds are going to stay on 17.01 branch for now because it is more stable.
JULIA build is going to be with latest packages.
Builds are going to be updated once a week, every Sunday.

@pra
Yes, I was thinking about releasing LADUS builds with "lite" or base versions allong with folder called packages where you would be able to find precompiled packages that can be found in "full" versions.
LADUS would be without IPv6 and LADDUS would be with IPv6.

There is also a third option with only two builds:
LADUS 17.01 with base tweaks + LuCI with Material theme, IPv6, QOS or SQM, UPnP, pppoe, nano
JULIA - same as it is now
This would be much simpler.
Number of downloads is telling me that JULIA has highest amount of users so that build is going to stay.

User feedback and opinions are welcome. :slight_smile: