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    Firmware v1.8.2.4 BETA

    WARNING: BETA VERSION
    TRY AT YOUR OWN RISK!

    DO NOT UPGRADE UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING
    DOWNGRADE IS NOT EASILY POSSIBLE!!

    Changelog:
    an ATTEMPT to fix the following issues:
    1. WebCam die
    2. WAN die
    3. Time Server
    4. DDNS
    5. Add Bandwidth Management.
    important!!
    When upgrading from 1.7.x.x based firmware: you MUST Reset your WL500g to defaults via the restore button at the back after upgrading to this firmware!

    you do not have to do this when you upgrade from 1.8.x.x based firmware!
    but we RECOMMEND you to do a restore to defaults.

    Do not import saved settings from older/other firmwares! this can cause unstability to your device
    find files here:
    http://www.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/wire...0g_1824_EN.zip
    http://www.asus.com/pub/ASUS/wireles...0g_1824_EN.zip
    http://www.asuscom.de/pub/ASUS/wirel...0g_1824_EN.zip
    http://www.asus.com.cn/pub/ASUS/wire...0g_1824_EN.zip

    Mirror @ Chupa.nl
    http://www.chupa.nl/beta/firmware.php?fid=22
    Last edited by Antiloop; 20-05-2005 at 09:54.

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    Hi Antiloop,

    the posted link does not work !
    Pleas can you fix it :-)

    Thanks

    Dirk

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    Quote Originally Posted by PXP52
    Hi Antiloop,

    the posted link does not work !
    Pleas can you fix it :-)

    Thanks

    Dirk
    ............

    Mirror @ Chupa.nl (not up yet)

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    @Antiloop

    Ups
    Sorry
    I did see that the site is up now ! Thanks

    cu

    Dirk

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    Quote Originally Posted by PXP52
    @Antiloop

    Ups
    Sorry
    I did see that the site is up now ! Thanks

    cu

    Dirk
    yes indeed..

    Webcam is still not fixed
    anybody else noticed things that are not working?

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    document from Asus on how to setup Bandwidth Management

    if someone wants to verify it, please.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    @Antiloop

    Thanks for the document from Asus about the Bandwidth Management.
    This helps me a lot.

    anybody else noticed things that are not working?
    I will update my Router at the weekend !
    Than i will test the firmware and the Bandwidth Management.

    cu

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    for the ones suffering problems with their WAN port, please try this firmware

    I have tested this firmware succesfully transfering 10gigabyte of data over FTP with speed varying between 1,5mb/sec and 2,5mb/sec and it did NOT DIE!!

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    My own experience since yesterday:

    Enabling NTP and DynDNS update simultaneusly works fine!
    But cam issue is not resolved (tested with logitech quickcam pro 4000)...

    Not tested yet: Bandwidth Management.

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    (1) WAN port did not die on me, works fine (like V9.8.2.1)
    (2) Bandwidth Management did not work - I only tested the uploading policy part.
    (3) Kbps should really mean Kilo bit per second, the document and the UI is quite confusing in bit/byte.... I assume for telecomm we should all talk about bit rather than byte?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spot
    My own experience since yesterday:

    Enabling NTP and DynDNS update simultaneusly works fine!
    But cam issue is not resolved (tested with logitech quickcam pro 4000)...

    Not tested yet: Bandwidth Management.
    For bandwith test, I've forced the upload limit of my p2p client config pannel to 10kbps.
    And set the upload limit managed by wl500g to lower values:

    > port 4662 (TCP) / 5 kbps max / 2 kbps min
    > port 4672 (UDP) / 5 kbps max / 2 kbps min

    It does'nt seem to work... stat report of my p2p is 10kbps!

    But I don't even know if this is the right way to test bandwith fonctionality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spot
    For bandwith test, I've forced the upload limit of my p2p client config pannel to 10kbps.
    And set the upload limit managed by wl500g to lower values:

    > port 4662 (TCP) / 5 kbps max / 2 kbps min
    > port 4672 (UDP) / 5 kbps max / 2 kbps min

    It does'nt seem to work... stat report of my p2p is 10kbps!

    But I don't even know if this is the right way to test bandwith fonctionality
    dunno

    i'll try this tonight, it's hooked up internally so i have full speed to test

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    Firmware 1.8.4.2 Beta Result test

    I have test all web interface functions in this firmware. And i detect this bugs:


    -Ip Config --> Manually Assigned IP List --> Doesn't work
    - Bandwidth Management --> Doesn't work

    Bandwidth M Test:
    I read the .txt file here explaining how to use this new function but... i test all examples and its not working at all. Maybe the final version will work.


    Manually Assigned IP List:
    - Im detecting this problem since 1.7.x versions.
    - The only way to have a manual assigned ip is to configure your connection settings. And this option is the only sugested in WL-500g Manual.

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    It's a pitty Asus emphasises on managing download streams. For most xDSL and Cable modems the shaping of the upload bandwith is much more effective. Also, the Asus method does not give the user control over protocols other then TCP.

    I know that QoS is a complex area and to simpify all possible settings in order to let 'noob' users use the power of QoS is not an easy task. But I hope Asus will provide means to control the upload and other protocols in future firmwares.

    I hope Asus reads this

    Further reading:
    Linux Advanced Routing and Traffic Control @ http://www.lartc.org/
    Chupa's Wondershaper QoS discussion @ http://wl500g.info/showthread.php?t=752

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    No AES anymore for Realtek RTL8180

    Lately i can not use WPA-PSK with AES anymore to connect my Sweex 11 Mbit PCI card (Realtek RTL8180 chip) to the WL-500G with the latest firmware's. I'm using now 1.8.2.4, but ever since 1.7.x.x (including Oleg's 1.8.1.7-2) i have this problem.
    I'm using WPA-PSK with TKIP now, thanks to the possibility of the latest firmware's to use TKIP+AES, but would like to use AES on my Realtek again.

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