Re: Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700
Netatalk was cut for space reasons. It's available as a package though, you could install it if you have a V2 or extroot. Another alternative is to set up TimeMachine to a sparse bundle disk image through SMB, works well and doesn't need yet another filesharing daemon.
I'm using Lion, I didn't think that it worked with the sparse bundle trick. Does it? Ideally I'd like to host the backup on my WHS.
Last time I tried it was Snow Leopard, I see now that there are issues with Lion. However, there seems to be a way:
If the router has established an internet connection the problem should be easy to find out. Ping an external IP address (not DNS name) from your router. If it doesn't work, the problem is with the connection. If it does work, try to ping the same address from your workstation. If that doesn't work, the problem is with the firewalling rules. Start with the basics, make sure you can reach the outside world and that the firewall is properly forwarding packets.
I doubt the issue is with the fat build, as it's built from the same tree with a slightly different package set.