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Install entware on ARM or MIPS based router for DDWRT, Tomato, and ASUS Merlin using JFFS

Install entware on ARM or MIPS based router for DDWRT, Tomato, and ASUS Merlin using JFFS

Entware is described as a modern optware replacement. Most of entware's packages are taken from OpenWRT, but others are unique. This instruction is for ARM or MIPS devices only. 1. Turn on jffs. In Tomato, enter the web interface, go to "Administrator", then "jffs", check "Enable". Type in the code below into the "Execute When Mounted" box. mount -o bind /jffs /opt After reboot Tomato will mount jffs partion to opt. DD-WRT need to put the above……

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Linksys smart router ipv4 throttled speed issue fix - Comcast DSCP bug

Linksys smart router ipv4 throttled speed issue fix - Comcast DSCP bug

There appears to be a bug in some of Linksys smart routers or Comcast. It is the ipv4 speed test slower than real speed. However, ipv6 is not throttled. Comcast speed test on ipv4 speed is always < 20m. Media Prioritization on or off has the same result. Some people suggest disable; however, WMM enabled is still required to enable > 54 Mbps, so this is not the solution we are looking. The cause is that IPv4 packets from the Comcast networ……

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Resolve overheating issues on Linksys EA6300 EA6350 EA6400 EA6700 or similar routers

Resolve overheating issues on Linksys EA6300 EA6350 EA6400 EA6700 or similar routers

Linksys smart WiFi routers like EA6300 EA6350 EA6400 EA6700 or other similar design routers usually heat up very fast and have high temperature issue. CPU temperature usually stay over 90°c after short run even idle. Although Broadcom chips are said to have an operating rating up to 130°c, it is not recommend to let routers that run 24/7 stay in high temperature since it will shorten its lifespan. Some consumer routers are designed to fail with……

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Fix Raspberry Pi OpenWrt Boot problem

If you install the OpenWrt into your Raspberry Pi can't get it boot. The following steps might help you fix the problem. If you still don't know how to install OpenWrt on Raspberry Pi, you can go to: How to install OpenWrt on Raspberry Pi After the installation process complete and when you boot the Raspberry Pi with OpenWrt the first time, you might be stuck while booting up the system. The console will stopped scrolling messages at procd: - i……

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Add 802.11-n support to BCM47xx and BCM53xx OpenWrt devices using brcmsmac

Add 802.11-n support to BCM47xx and BCM53xx OpenWrt devices using brcmsmac

OpenWrt in default uses the reverse engineered b43 driver for BCM47xx and BCM53xx devices. With this driver only 802.11g is supported, but you can easily get wireless 802.11n working by installing the Broadcom open source brcmsmac driver. You can easily do make wireless N working by following below steps. Step 1, telnet or SSH to the router. Step 2. execute the following commands through SSH or telnet. By running the following commands you will……

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How to install OpenWrt on Raspberry Pi

How to install OpenWrt on Raspberry Pi

OpenWrt official supported Raspberry Pi. The latest OpenWrt release as of today already support for Raspberry Pi A, Raspberry Pi B, Raspberry Pi B+, and Raspberry Pi models. The Raspberry Pi is supported in the brcm2708 target. Parts: Raspberry Pi (Click here to buy from Amazon) Power adapter (A popular power supply is the Apple 12W iPad charger, supplying 5V 2.4A. Similar high-powered mobile phone and tablet chargers should suffice. Using ch……

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