http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/wir...RT/Packages.gz, inaccessible at the moment) and oleg's feeds.
Last edited by theMIROn; 24-03-2012 at 12:54.
I guess CFE is the same....
ASUS RT-N66U Firmware v188.8.131.52_128 (NVRAM 64K Update):
Jan 1 00:00:09 kernel: _nvram_init: allocat header: 2280849408, size= 65536
ASUSWRT RT-N66U_184.108.40.206 Mon May 14 00:33:02 UTC 2012
admin@RT-N66U:/tmp/home/root# nvram show >/dev/null
size: 27549 bytes (37987 left)
CFE 32K (different device) - http://www.4shared.com/file/3C6yVhHM...nt_devic.html?
CFE 32K (same router) - http://www.4shared.com/file/wDLYat2A...2k-rtn66u.html (NEW)
CFE 64K (same router) - http://www.4shared.com/file/75FFfTc8...k-rtn66u.html?
Last edited by hggomes; 16-05-2012 at 19:39.
- Busybox: add WHOIS tool
- Busybox: fix ash repetear bug
- Dropbear: 2012.55 update
- Dnsmasq: 2.61 update
- Captive Portal: lot of fixes and improvements
* new style of splash.html
* selectable interface (br0/1/2/3)
* fixed PATH in shell files (Thx for @baranek from openlinksys.info)
* some of patched from dd-wrt
* add to autostart
- Add SNMP configuration options for custom port and remote access
- Remove "CPU % usage" on Status Overview page
- Transmission: update 2.52
- New theme for "Dark Knight" RT-N66U ( by Dark_Shadow)
- Fix menu highlights (Captive Portal and BW Limiter)
- lot of changes in buildtypes (some removed, add new)
RT-N builds only:
- WL 220.127.116.11 SDK: wl binaries, et/bcm57xx drivers, dnsmq module
- Asus RT-N10U: fix USB led
- Asus RT-N15U: fix USB led
- Support Asus RT-N53 (no 5GHz support, 2,4GHz only)
- WNR3500Lv2 - Fixed display Free NVRAM on Admin->Configuration page (thx @krisan)
- Add new Linksys E-series routers support (thx @tvlz). More info:
Here is the firmware discussion SD-Card Reader not seems to work.
about the mentioned SDK:
RT-N66U TomatoUSB 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-135 K26AC USB AIO-64K running Entware-NG
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SDK 5.110 has already been/being worked on OLEG fw you can see it here:
http://code.google.com/p/wl500g/source/detail?r=4326 (and several others)
We are all ancious here, but i guess we still need to wait a few months to be released or not... Only lly & theMir0n can tell, lets wait for it...
PS: I'm using Tomato Shibby 095 here (with new Broadcom 18.104.22.168 SDK drivers) and so far so good.
Last edited by hggomes; 03-07-2012 at 22:47.
Today i tested two RT-N66U Rev 3.00 (mine and my friend) and i noticed a significant wireless signal difference between both devices, i placed both on the EXACT SAME place, same antenas position, firmware and configuration and with mine i can get 55-59 RSSI and with the other 59-63 RSSI, i tested several times and i got always the same difference. Intesting how same hardware performs so different
No, i simply reset to defaults and clean nvram and then manually setup both routers with same configuration
Someone on a dutch forum claimed that switching to US mode and putting the power up to 500mW would actually increase the output.
My measurements with my WiSpy showed otherwise for my router:
500mW (US): https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BwM...3lfWkxYTEZIRGc
100mW (EU): https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BwM...FZFR0V4ZkNlUGs
lower output on 500mW
it's a different channel so perhaps not entirely valid... but it's weird
What switching to US? Write manual, please!
before you do anything you might want to check this value and make note of it:
To change to us:nvram get pci/1/1/ccode
nvram set pci/1/1/ccode=US
nvram set pci/2/1/ccode=US
nvram set wl0_country_code=US
nvram set wl1_country_code=US
nvram set regulation_domain=US
nvram set regulation_domain_5G=US
do a reboot and your router will allow 500mW for 2.4GHz and 250mW for 5.2GHz connections.
Please keep in mind that the US allows different network channels, especially for 5GHz: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...2Fh.2Fj.2Fn.29
to go back to eu mode is easy:
nvram set pci/1/1/ccode=EU
nvram set pci/2/1/ccode=EU
nvram set wl0_country_code=EU
nvram set wl1_country_code=EU
nvram set regulation_domain=EU
nvram set regulation_domain_5G=EU