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See my comment in the ticket. The new package is double the size, there just isn't room on 8MB ROM and there isn't a need for newer samba version.

I'm on r29330 and Samba is working for me with Lion 10.7.2. If something is not working please do some basic troubleshooting like checking if smbd is running, telnet to port 139, check logs etc.

2,152 (edited by wndr10 2011-11-27 17:22:34)

Re: Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700

abolition wrote:

Tested on mac osx lion 10.7.2 channel 44+, I tested twice only the 5GHz network since the 2.4GHz network is limited by apple to 130mbps, so I know the results will not exceed 10MB/s

NETIO - Network Throughput Benchmark, Version 1.31
(C) 1997-2010 Kai Uwe Rommel

TCP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  16.42 MByte/s Tx,  13.16 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  16.85 MByte/s Tx,  13.21 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  18.40 MByte/s Tx,  16.97 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  18.39 MByte/s Tx,  17.78 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  17.97 MByte/s Tx,  17.89 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  18.74 MByte/s Tx,  18.16 MByte/s Rx.
Done.



NETIO - Network Throughput Benchmark, Version 1.31
(C) 1997-2010 Kai Uwe Rommel

TCP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  16.74 MByte/s Tx,  13.20 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  16.88 MByte/s Tx,  13.15 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  18.11 MByte/s Tx,  16.86 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  18.24 MByte/s Tx,  17.84 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  19.10 MByte/s Tx,  17.87 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  18.72 MByte/s Tx,  18.03 MByte/s Rx.
Done.

Impressive. I assume the client is right next to the router.

2,153 (edited by norcis 2011-11-27 17:02:17)

Re: Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700

I wonder is it possible to set-up asterisk + chan-dongle + USB 3G modem in WNDR3700 V1 to make/receive voip calls while travelling in foreign countries with internet access? Or as alternative I could use usbip-server? I have usb 3g modem with voice support enabled.
Has anybody done it and could share advice where to start?

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wndr10 wrote:
Tu13es wrote:

Okay, I'm upgraded to the latest build and still can't seem to get my 5GHz .11n file transfer speed to anything over 5 megabyte/sec.  I've tried every channel, fiddling with power level, playing with HT mode, etc.  It only seems to show 110-170 MBit/s or so in the status page, rarely higher.  Certainly nowhere near 300MBit/s.

Any ideas?  Is anyone else able to get a ~300 MBit/s connection or file transfers greater than ~5 megabytes/s?  Or am I pretty much SOL?  Thanks.

It is certainly possible to get wireless speeds over 5 Mbytes/s. My wireless configuration is as follows: WPA2 PSK (CCMP), channel: 149 (5.745 GHz), Tx-Power: 17 dBm, country: CA, 40Mhz 2nd channel above, and here are my results for 5 Ghz with a recent build (r29299):

The wireless client is a Intel Wifi Link 5300 AGN, 6 meters from the router, Windows 7 64 bit driver 14.2.0.10.

NETIO - Network Throughput Benchmark, Version 1.31
(C) 1997-2010 Kai Uwe Rommel

TCP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  9802.52 KByte/s Tx,  10.31 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  11.80 MByte/s Tx,  10.22 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  9613.33 KByte/s Tx,  10.99 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  10179.68 KByte/s Tx,  11.14 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  13.47 MByte/s Tx,  13.06 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  14.42 MByte/s Tx,  12.09 MByte/s Rx.
Done.

UDP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  13.58 MByte/s (1%) Tx,  12.50 MByte/s (87%) Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  9195.83 KByte/s (0%) Tx,  4829.67 KByte/s (1%) Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  8956.92 KByte/s (0%) Tx,  9643.33 KByte/s (1%) Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  10.46 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  14.51 MByte/s (18%) Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  12.25 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  10.92 MByte/s (68%) Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  10.35 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  1263.21 KByte/s (96%) Rx.
Done.

If you are doing a file transfer from USB media connected to the router, the read/write speed will be the bottleneck IMHO.


Just for the record, here are the comparable results for a fast legacy build (r25460 from 11 February 2011):

TCP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  10016.50 KByte/s Tx,  11.11 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  10002.63 KByte/s Tx,  11.13 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  14.37 MByte/s Tx,  14.39 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  14.44 MByte/s Tx,  12.71 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  10.02 MByte/s Tx,  11.19 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  11.40 MByte/s Tx,  11.22 MByte/s Rx.
Done.

UDP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  13.62 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  13.11 MByte/s (87%) Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  10.42 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  4884.61 KByte/s (0%) Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  11.14 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  9646.39 KByte/s (0%) Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  11.04 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  16.58 MByte/s (12%) Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  13.66 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  11.42 MByte/s (67%) Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  12.62 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  883.05 KByte/s (98%) Rx.
Done.


And here are comparable 5 GHz wireless results for the newest stock firmware (WNDR3700v1/AV 1.0.16.98-dns BETA, channel 153, video network enabled).

TCP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  10084.47 KByte/s Tx,  11.98 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  15.08 MByte/s Tx,  10.99 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  10.34 MByte/s Tx,  12.54 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  12.22 MByte/s Tx,  11.69 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  12.79 MByte/s Tx,  11.97 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  15.17 MByte/s Tx,  13.12 MByte/s Rx.
Done.

UDP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  12.77 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  7650.97 KByte/s (91%) Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  9707.83 KByte/s (0%) Tx,  4880.33 KByte/s (0%) Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  10.60 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  9755.84 KByte/s (0%) Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  13.01 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  15.43 MByte/s (18%) Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  10.79 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  12.38 MByte/s (65%) Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  16.02 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  3204.14 KByte/s (93%) Rx.
Done.

And the newest build (r29337):

TCP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  10.69 MByte/s Tx,  10080.06 KByte/s Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  12.79 MByte/s Tx,  10.20 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  13.69 MByte/s Tx,  13.65 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  15.73 MByte/s Tx,  12.39 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  13.73 MByte/s Tx,  10.15 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  11.65 MByte/s Tx,  10.46 MByte/s Rx.
Done.

UDP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  16.43 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  11.80 MByte/s (88%) Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  10.00 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  4836.33 KByte/s (0%) Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  10.72 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  9753.68 KByte/s (0%) Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  13.42 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  16.98 MByte/s (9%) Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  14.97 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  11.56 MByte/s (67%) Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  14.70 MByte/s (0%) Tx,  1640.75 KByte/s (95%) Rx.
Done.

Ah, very interesting.  Thanks for taking the time to post that.

Any ideas for what else I can try aside from channel settings?  I've tried I think every combination of channels and HT I can think of and nothing seems to get above ~170Mbps connection rate.  I'm in a residential neighborhood with only a few other wifi networks and they're all in the 2.4ghz band.  I've been primarily testing with my MacBook Pro sitting about 10 feet from the router.

Would turning off the 2.4ghz AP have any affect?  I'd assume it wouldn't (or shouldn't)...

Any other ideas would be greatly appreciated.  I'd really like to be able to actually benefit from having a .n router..

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coatto87 wrote:
written_direcon wrote:

@arokh:
[...]
They are required for pyLoad.

Maybe also think about building the new Samba version samba3x from ticket #9992.

These packages should be already in the official repository, no need to build.
Tip: django, openssl and js aren't mandatory.
I wrote a small howto on italian forum to install correctly pyload on Openwrt and also a small script to update pyload easily.
If you need, i can paste everything here.

I would be interested if you could post the howto over here (or reference to the original in Italian).

Thank you

Fabio

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bafio wrote:
coatto87 wrote:
written_direcon wrote:

@arokh:
[...]
They are required for pyLoad.

Maybe also think about building the new Samba version samba3x from ticket #9992.

These packages should be already in the official repository, no need to build.
Tip: django, openssl and js aren't mandatory.
I wrote a small howto on italian forum to install correctly pyload on Openwrt and also a small script to update pyload easily.
If you need, i can paste everything here.

I would be interested if you could post the howto over here (or reference to the original in Italian).

Thank you

Fabio

Here you can find the original post in italian: http://www.hwupgrade.it/forum/showpost.php?p=36368257&postcount=1384

If you have any troubles to translate from italian (even if from your name you could be italian), i can rewrite it in english.

In my build there are some differences so before you proceed to follow the how to, should edit two files in this way.

/etc/opkg.conf add this line:

dest usb /mnt/sda1

/etc/profile
1) edit the line

export PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin

in

export PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/mnt/sda1/bin:/mnt/sda1/sbin:/mnt/sda1/usr/bin:/mnt/sda1/usr/sbin

2) add this line

 
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/mnt/sda1/lib:/mnt/sda1/usr/lib

These changes need to install packages on usb drive.

I did also an init script for pyload:

#!/bin/sh /etc/rc.common
START=99

COMMAND="/mnt/sda1/spoob-pyload-tip/pyLoadCore.py"

start() {
    logger -t Avvio pyLoad &
    . /etc/profile > /dev/null #it needs only if you start it from usb
    $COMMAND --daemon
}

stop() {
    logger -t Fermo pyLoad &
 #   . /etc/profile > /dev/null  #it needs only if you start it from usb 
    $COMMAND --quit
}

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Re: Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700

I have a really odd problem and I have no idea on how to figure out whats going on...

I have an Android Device that connects to my WiFi on the 2.4ghz band. At night I use it to stream music from Wifi as I fall asleep (Lame I know). Anyway if I have this Firmware on my WNDR3700V2 after the screen goes off on the phone, the Stream will die a few mins after..

Aha! I hear you say, its the phone doing that... Well no it isnt.

On the phone Wireless is set to never sleep when plugged in, and if I revert to the stock Netgear Firmware it will stream all night and will be streaming still when I get up in the morning...

If I use OpenWRT it does not. its 100% repeatable.

Any ideas on what logs I need to send you etc? I havent tried the standard OpenWRT build (and to be honest I think it will do the same) I have also got reports that it does it DD-WRT with this router as well (Which I wont try to be honest).

Its driving me nuts as I really dont want to stick with the Netgear Firmware (poor ipv6 support etc)...

Suggestions?

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Actually I do believe there have been reports of Androids losing connectivity, see if you have a lot of "daemon.info hostapd: wlan0: STA d8:9e:3f:28:da:63 IEEE 802.11: deauthenticated due to inactivity" in your logs. Not much to go on I know, but might help you in searching for an answer smile I have an iPhone4 and it streams Spotify just fine after it's locked.

2,159 (edited by Cythrawl 2011-11-28 21:56:22)

Re: Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700

arokh wrote:

Actually I do believe there have been reports of Androids losing connectivity, see if you have a lot of "daemon.info hostapd: wlan0: STA d8:9e:3f:28:da:63 IEEE 802.11: deauthenticated due to inactivity" in your logs. Not much to go on I know, but might help you in searching for an answer smile I have an iPhone4 and it streams Spotify just fine after it's locked.

Ok hows this for a complete oddity...

I dont see any of those events in the logs, however it did it right away with the standard (not your) build...

But if I put the Mac Address in the Wireless and set it to allow that mac address... It never goes off.... been streaming for about 15 mins now, no drops...

????

EDIT I do see the log entry now: "Nov 28 15:48:17 OpenWrt daemon.info hostapd: wlan0: STA  IEEE 802.11: deauthenticated due to inactivity"

But its still streaming with the mac address on the Wireless...
Most strange

EDIT2: Hahahah... it jumped to 3G... Yes it still disconnected it.. just started steaming using 3G.. Which it never does... lol

2,160 (edited by Tu13es 2011-11-29 01:59:47)

Re: Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700

Tu13es wrote:

Ah, very interesting.  Thanks for taking the time to post that.

Any ideas for what else I can try aside from channel settings?  I've tried I think every combination of channels and HT I can think of and nothing seems to get above ~170Mbps connection rate.  I'm in a residential neighborhood with only a few other wifi networks and they're all in the 2.4ghz band.  I've been primarily testing with my MacBook Pro sitting about 10 feet from the router.

Would turning off the 2.4ghz AP have any affect?  I'd assume it wouldn't (or shouldn't)...

Any other ideas would be greatly appreciated.  I'd really like to be able to actually benefit from having a .n router..

Ok, well, I'm an idiot.  Apparently the other system I was testing with was also going over wifi, hence bringing my speeds to about half.  If only one system is going over wifi I get about 10MBps using the above testing program.  Oops.

Hmm, I moved one computer to the 2.4ghz wifi network (so both systems are on wifi) and now I'm getting:


UDP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  10.55 MByte/s (88%) Tx,  11.99 MByte/s (74%) Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  9.94 MByte/s (93%) Tx,  7.98 MByte/s (86%) Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  8.50 MByte/s (96%) Tx,  10.48 MByte/s (90%) Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  2.69 MByte/s (99%) Tx,  9.86 MByte/s (93%) Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  1.33 MByte/s (99%) Tx,  6.89 MByte/s (96%) Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  0.89 MByte/s (99%) Tx,  2.01 MByte/s (99%) Rx.

TCP connection established.
Packet size  1k bytes:  1.57 MByte/s Tx,  8.80 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  2k bytes:  1.74 MByte/s Tx,  8.85 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  4k bytes:  1.56 MByte/s Tx,  9.47 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size  8k bytes:  1.44 MByte/s Tx,  9.55 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 16k bytes:  1.35 MByte/s Tx,  8.85 MByte/s Rx.
Packet size 32k bytes:  1.38 MByte/s Tx,  8.84 MByte/s Rx.

Does this make sense?  I'm particularly puzzled by:

- UDP rates dropping significantly at 16k/32k packet sizes
- Very low Tx rates only for TCP packets.

Any thoughts?  I guess this might be getting off topic for the WNDR3700..

2,161 (edited by kb1ibt 2011-11-30 20:49:49)

Re: Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700

I have to restart the firewall after every finished VPN session otherwise no new connections can be established.

This shows the log of a connection attempt prior to a firewall restart:

Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: respond new phase 1 negotiation: 24.34.200.59[500]<=>72.71.197.60[60189]
Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: begin Identity Protection mode.
Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: RFC 3947
Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-08
Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-07
Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-06
Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-05
Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-04
Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-03
Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-02
Nov 30 14:34:16 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-02
Nov 30 14:34:17 router daemon.info racoon: [24.34.200.59] INFO: Hashing 24.34.200.59[500] with algo #2
Nov 30 14:34:17 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: NAT-D payload #0 verified
Nov 30 14:34:17 router daemon.info racoon: [72.71.197.60] INFO: Hashing 72.71.197.60[60189] with algo #2
Nov 30 14:34:17 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: NAT-D payload #1 doesn't match
Nov 30 14:34:17 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: NAT detected: PEER
Nov 30 14:34:17 router daemon.info racoon: [72.71.197.60] INFO: Hashing 72.71.197.60[60189] with algo #2
Nov 30 14:34:17 router daemon.info racoon: [24.34.200.59] INFO: Hashing 24.34.200.59[500] with algo #2
Nov 30 14:34:17 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: Adding remote and local NAT-D payloads.
Nov 30 14:34:17 router daemon.info racoon: [72.71.197.60] ERROR: couldn't find the pskey for 72.71.197.60.
Nov 30 14:34:17 router daemon.info racoon: [72.71.197.60] NOTIFY: Using default PSK.
Nov 30 14:35:07 router daemon.info racoon: ERROR: phase1 negotiation failed due to time up. fdd5ef245f1c7197:1dedda26562c3018

And here is one after a firewall restart:

Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: respond new phase 1 negotiation: 24.34.200.59[500]<=>72.71.197.60[24010]
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: begin Identity Protection mode.
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: RFC 3947
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-08
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-07
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-06
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-05
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-04
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-03
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-02
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: received Vendor ID: draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-02
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: [24.34.200.59] INFO: Hashing 24.34.200.59[500] with algo #2
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: NAT-D payload #0 verified
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: [72.71.197.60] INFO: Hashing 72.71.197.60[24010] with algo #2
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: NAT-D payload #1 doesn't match
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: NAT detected: PEER
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: [72.71.197.60] INFO: Hashing 72.71.197.60[24010] with algo #2
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: [24.34.200.59] INFO: Hashing 24.34.200.59[500] with algo #2
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: Adding remote and local NAT-D payloads.
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: [72.71.197.60] ERROR: couldn't find the pskey for 72.71.197.60.
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: [72.71.197.60] NOTIFY: Using default PSK.
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: NAT-T: ports changed to: 72.71.197.60[42592]<->24.34.200.59[4500]
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: KA list add: 24.34.200.59[4500]->72.71.197.60[42592]
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: [72.71.197.60] INFO: received INITIAL-CONTACT
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: purging spi=90080642.
Nov 30 14:37:05 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: ISAKMP-SA established 24.34.200.59[4500]-72.71.197.60[42592] spi:531161309d366079:e83500dff0b06f71
Nov 30 14:37:06 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: respond new phase 2 negotiation: 24.34.200.59[4500]<=>72.71.197.60[42592]
Nov 30 14:37:06 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: Update the generated policy : 192.168.75.73/32[51932] 24.34.200.59/32[1701] proto=udp dir=in
Nov 30 14:37:06 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: Adjusting my encmode UDP-Transport->Transport
Nov 30 14:37:06 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: Adjusting peer's encmode UDP-Transport(4)->Transport(2)
Nov 30 14:37:06 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: IPsec-SA established: ESP/Transport 24.34.200.59[4500]->72.71.197.60[42592] spi=101997730(0x6145ca2)
Nov 30 14:37:06 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: IPsec-SA established: ESP/Transport 24.34.200.59[4500]->72.71.197.60[42592] spi=69323474(0x421cad2)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: control_finish: Peer requested tunnel 6 twice, ignoring second one.
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.notice xl2tpd[11200]: Connection established to 72.71.197.60, 51932.  Local: 56638, Remote: 6 (ref=0/0).  LNS session is 'default'
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: start_pppd: I'm running:
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: "/usr/sbin/pppd"
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: "passive"
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: "nodetach"
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: "10.0.1.1:10.0.1.81"
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: "refuse-pap"
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: "auth"
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: "require-chap"
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: "name"
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: "OpenWrt L2TP"
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug xl2tpd[11200]: "debug"
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: pppd options in effect:
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: debug        # (from command line)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: nodetach        # (from command line)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: idle 1800        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: logfile /dev/null        # (from /etc/ppp/options)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: maxfail 0        # (from /etc/ppp/options)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: connect-delay 5000        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: dump        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: require-mschap-v2        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: refuse-pap        # (from command line)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: name l2tp-server        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: /dev/pts/2        # (from command line)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: lock        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: nocrtscts        # (from /etc/ppp/options)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: noaccomp        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: mru 1400        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: mtu 1400        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: nopcomp        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: passive        # (from command line)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: lcp-echo-failure 10        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: lcp-echo-interval 120        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: novj        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: novjccomp        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: ipparam 72.71.197.60        # (from command line)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: noipdefault        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: ms-dns xxx # [don't know how to print value]        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: nodefaultroute        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: proxyarp        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: 10.0.1.1:10.0.1.81        # (from command line)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: ipv6 fe80::0000:0000:0000:0001,fe80::0000:0000:0000:0002        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: ipv6cp-accept-local        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: noccp        # (from /etc/ppp/options.xl2tpd)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.notice pppd[12591]: pppd 2.4.5 started by root, uid 0
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: using channel 13
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info radvd[25363]: attempting to reread config file
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: Using interface ppp0
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.notice pppd[12591]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/pts/2
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru 1400> <asyncmap 0x0> <auth chap MD5> <magic 0xda8b0960>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <asyncmap 0x0> <magic 0xe8df9fa> <pcomp> <accomp>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [LCP ConfRej id=0x1 <pcomp> <accomp>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info radvd[25363]: resuming normal operation
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [LCP ConfAck id=0x1 <mru 1400> <asyncmap 0x0> <auth chap MD5> <magic 0xda8b0960>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [LCP ConfReq id=0x2 <asyncmap 0x0> <magic 0xe8df9fa>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [LCP ConfAck id=0x2 <asyncmap 0x0> <magic 0xe8df9fa>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [LCP EchoReq id=0x0 magic=0xda8b0960]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [CHAP Challenge id=0x25 <#######################>, name = "l2tp-server"]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [LCP EchoReq id=0x0 magic=0xe8df9fa]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [LCP EchoRep id=0x0 magic=0xda8b0960]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [LCP EchoRep id=0x0 magic=0xe8df9fa]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [CHAP Response id=0x25 <#######################>, name = "#######"]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [CHAP Success id=0x25 "Access granted"]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [IPCP ConfReq id=0x1 <addr 10.0.1.1>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [IPV6CP ConfReq id=0x1 <addr fe80::0000:0000:0000:0001>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [IPCP ConfReq id=0x1 <addr 0.0.0.0> <ms-dns1 0.0.0.0> <ms-dns2 0.0.0.0>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [IPCP ConfNak id=0x1 <addr 10.0.1.81> <ms-dns1 10.0.1.1> <ms-dns2 10.0.1.1>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [IPV6CP ConfReq id=0x1 <addr fe80::0223:32ff:febf:da12>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [IPV6CP ConfNak id=0x1 <addr fe80::0000:0000:0000:0002>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [proto=0x8235] 01 01 00 10 01 06 00 00 00 01 02 06 00 00 00 01
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.warn pppd[12591]: Unsupported protocol 0x8235 received
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [LCP ProtRej id=0x2 82 35 01 01 00 10 01 06 00 00 00 01 02 06 00 00 00 01]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [IPCP ConfAck id=0x1 <addr 10.0.1.1>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [IPV6CP ConfAck id=0x1 <addr fe80::0000:0000:0000:0001>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [IPCP ConfReq id=0x2 <addr 10.0.1.81> <ms-dns1 10.0.1.1> <ms-dns2 10.0.1.1>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [IPCP ConfAck id=0x2 <addr 10.0.1.81> <ms-dns1 10.0.1.1> <ms-dns2 10.0.1.1>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info radvd[25363]: attempting to reread config file
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info radvd[25363]: resuming normal operation
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info pppd[12591]: found interface br-lan for proxy arp
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.notice pppd[12591]: local  IP address 10.0.1.1
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.notice pppd[12591]: remote IP address 10.0.1.81
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: Script /etc/ppp/ip-up started (pid 12603)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: rcvd [IPV6CP ConfReq id=0x2 <addr fe80::0000:0000:0000:0002>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: sent [IPV6CP ConfAck id=0x2 <addr fe80::0000:0000:0000:0002>]
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.notice pppd[12591]: local  LL address fe80::0000:0000:0000:0001
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.notice pppd[12591]: remote LL address fe80::0000:0000:0000:0002
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: Script /etc/ppp/ipv6-up started (pid 12604)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: fe80::1[500] used as isakmp port (fd=32)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info racoon: INFO: fe80::1[4500] used as isakmp port (fd=33)
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info dnsmasq-dhcp[18995]: DHCPINFORM(ppp0) 10.0.1.81 00:00:00:01:00:00
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.info dnsmasq-dhcp[18995]: DHCPACK(ppp0) 10.0.1.81 00:00:00:01:00:00
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: Script /etc/ppp/ip-up finished (pid 12603), status = 0x1
Nov 30 14:37:09 router daemon.debug pppd[12591]: Script /etc/ppp/ipv6-up finished (pid 12604), status = 0x2

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I am having a hard time setting up my desktop as a DMZ so I can host Warcraft III games.

Can anyone link me or walk me through the process for this build?

Thanks so much!

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arokh wrote:

Actually I do believe there have been reports of Androids losing connectivity, see if you have a lot of "daemon.info hostapd: wlan0: STA d8:9e:3f:28:da:63 IEEE 802.11: deauthenticated due to inactivity" in your logs. Not much to go on I know, but might help you in searching for an answer smile I have an iPhone4 and it streams Spotify just fine after it's locked.

Browsing/searching the tickets, this does indeed seem to be an ongoing issue. looks like its not just Androids either. Some are Macbooks with certain versions of OSX on, and other things...

Damn.... 

Every version of OpenWRT I have tried doesn't work. Other than turning N off there seems to be no other solution. sad

Also tried Gargoyle and DD-WRT.. all result in the same thing....

I hate to do it, as I love your build, but I am now back on Netgear Stock, as it works as it should..

Now where is my pickaxe to make this router better?????

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I have a Macbook Air and it never loses connectivity. And I always use N. Conclusion: Apple > Google wink

2,165 (edited by Juggler 2011-12-02 13:27:37)

Re: Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700

I have just flashed Arokh's latest build (29341) on my WNDR3700v1 and it is working like a charm.

After installation, I foolishly clicked on install for Shairport... this of course failed as there was not enough room. However, prior to installation, I'm convinced LuCI was showing me ~40% free space; following my failed installation attempt, it is now sitting at 23%.

My question is: are additional packages outside of Arokh's image retained between sysupgrades? If I re-flash with the current build (or more likely wait for a newer one), will any packages I've installed remain installed?

cheers,
   J.

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No, sysupgrade will only deal with files under /etc, it will not preserve installed packages.

The writable area on your router is in /overlay, you can look inside there to see what's taking up space if you don't want to re-flash.

2,167 (edited by Juggler 2011-12-02 21:16:22)

Re: Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700

arokh wrote:

No, sysupgrade will only deal with files under /etc, it will not preserve installed packages.

The writable area on your router is in /overlay, you can look inside there to see what's taking up space if you don't want to re-flash.

What is the best way to return my router to your "factory" config? i.e. default config, all extras removed from /overlay...


... Sorry. Just re-read your post. If I understand correctly, I only need to re-sysupgrade to clear any additional packages I've installed and get the base config files. Correct?

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Just hit the reset button.

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First of all: thank you for that fw.

Some days ago I got a wndr3800 and flashed it  today with 3800 version found by your link. It appears that WiFi button doesn't work.

2,170 (edited by E Double 2011-12-04 16:18:16)

Re: Fully featured OpenWrt build for the WNDR3700

arokh wrote:

Actually I do believe there have been reports of Androids losing connectivity, see if you have a lot of "daemon.info hostapd: wlan0: STA d8:9e:3f:28:da:63 IEEE 802.11: deauthenticated due to inactivity" in your logs. Not much to go on I know, but might help you in searching for an answer smile I have an iPhone4 and it streams Spotify just fine after it's locked.

I have a G2 from which I quite often listen to music from my Public Radio Live app.   I haven't come across this problem, either with the rubbish Netgear firmware or Arokh's latest build from late last week.  Now, if I could get my android phone to stop randomly rebooting at least once a day I'd really be tickled.

I do have a question about the latest firmware though.  Is there anything that I need to do to keep the router (3700v1, now running r29341) running smoothly?  The reason I ask is the previous version I had running (r28247 I think) would work great for about 5 or so weeks and then start going batshit, dropping connections, slowing down, and giving pretty much rubbish performance, sometimes even after I rebooted multiple times.  I have 3 Nas (two 4 bay and one single) plus a remote seedbox/fileserver, and a plethora of computers and devices connected to my WNDR3700, so I quite often have frequent periods of heavy traffic.  I don't use any features on the router besides 2.4/5Ghz wireless and the basic routing functions on the router, nor do I have any intentions of doing so.  I'm liking this most recent build a lot, so I'll probably stay with it for a long time, because all I really want is fast, reliable routing and wireless that I don't have to fiddle with a lot.  Any tips to keep the router and this firmware running tip-top?  Cheers for the info.

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I would suggest to log in to the router and troubleshoot if you have problems. Check logs, running processes, available memory etc. Nobody can tell you what's going on with your router except yourself.

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@arokh, Thank you for the great builds!!!
Is there a way to use L2TP without forwarding protocol 50?
2 modem's I use doesn't allow me to forward protocol 50. I can use PPTP without a problem, but I prefer L2TP. ZyWall's doesn't need protocol 50 with L2TP VPN.

If it isn't possible, can I install PPTP in your alternate build or install L2TP in your normal build?

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arokh wrote:

I would suggest to log in to the router and troubleshoot if you have problems. Check logs, running processes, available memory etc. Nobody can tell you what's going on with your router except yourself.

Sorry, but about wifi button on 3800. Can you give me a hint where to look? Just the direction so I can continue search by myself? I am kinda new in Linux and logs do not react on the button at all so I can't figure out what package and configuration file to look.

Thanks!

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Look at /etc/hotplug.d/button/10-radio-toggle and search the wiki

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dobroff wrote:

Sorry, but about wifi button on 3800. Can you give me a hint where to look? Just the direction so I can continue search by myself? I am kinda new in Linux and logs do not react on the button at all so I can't figure out what package and configuration file to look.

http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/netgear/wndr3700#hardware.buttons