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Thread: Firmware v1.9.2.7 CR5, updated: v1.9.2.7 CR5a [Oleg]

  1. #181
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pup
    Dynamic distribution sounds interestingly, but I have no idea how to use it for me. The "speed doubling" is especially useful for web browsing, but when somebody starts http download and I have higher limit for http than sustained line speed, I lose all the advantages of shaping, I believe.
    I guess you're right about that. This dynamic behaviour of your ISP WAN connection is a problem for standard shaping stuff. I have no answer for that problem. If you're desperate you should readup on linux traffic shaping www.lartc.org.
    Generally, my feeling about WL-500g is that it has a lot of features, but often not finished and tuned. Also, I'm in doubts how many of them you can use at time, with respect to router's HW resources.
    If it was a well polished and finished product there wouldn't be such a large community, d'you think? But anyway, try and find a product wich is significantly better at the same price compared to a WL-500g with this Oleg firmware....

  2. #182
    I'm just a bit dissapointed that things don't work as promised. I've bought quite expensive Philips Toucam Pro II (PCVC840K) camera and I can get only very compressed 320x240 static JPEG from Internet. ActiveX streaming stuff works nicely, but only from LAN/WLAN. Motion detection also doesn't work, it's only bombing me with e-mails when I hot plug the camera with Sense Level set to High or Medium, regardless any motion in front of the camera. After reboot I get no e-mail any more.

    Yes, I know I can get another PWC driver and set it to 640x480, I can also get much better motion detection software, put all that stuff to USB memory stick and start to play. I would do it (and love it) if I were ten, twenty years younger.....

    Just one question. I cannot connect to Asus using Telnet from Internet. I've set port forwarding (virtual server in web interface) of port 23 external IP to the same port on internal IP, it doesn't work. I use port forward for web access to the other AP and all client devices in WLAN, without trouble. What's wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pup
    I'm just a bit dissapointed that things don't work as promised.
    Promised? I've never promised anything. You're better ask ASUS tech support and not use this thread.

  4. #184
    Quote Originally Posted by Oleg
    Promised? I've never promised anything. You're better ask ASUS tech support and not use this thread.
    Sorry, Oleg, but you should understand I didn't complain about your work. Since I never bought anything from you I can hardly criticise you. Wrong place, you're right.

  5. #185
    Hi,

    just for peoples who don't know, why your CAM doesn't show larger pages

    It isn't OLEG's fault, to look behind the szene you need to take a look at this Page:

    http://www.smcc.demon.nl/webcam/

    This page tells you the storry about the PWC Sources from the original author
    and why his support ended.


    And this Page:

    http://www.saillard.org/linux/pwc/

    This Author took over the ended work from the one above and is trying to get a complete new Kernel-Module working on this compression stuff he still is working (I think).

    To complete the Storry who's fault it is !!!

    it's the Fault from Br...c.m/A..S/D-.... and others, why ???

    Well, just because the Firms mentioned above doesn't give out the Sources for the WLan and Ethernet Modules, and because of this we can't build one of the newest kernel where the new PWC-Module would like to work with (It dont like the older 2.4'er Series anymore).

    I even tried to build the newest 2.4.31'er kernel with success, the only problem we have, how to get the f.. oooops sorry

    The nice wl.o Module to work with the newer kernel since we don't have the Source we aren't be able to modify the structure to get it to work with the newer kernel. We don't even know how to patch the kernel.

    And don't even think about the 2.6'er kernel versions. Since the complete WL-XXX productline is sold with a complete GNU-based enviroment the owner should give this Sources back to the GNU-Comunity, they are trying to turn us dumm, when they give just about 90% of it out, but the rest of 10% the driver, which is needed to get this thing done, is missing only the old stuff from 2.4.20 is there and a pre compiled kernel module.

    And when you try to get all the Information together, then you will notice, that all Firms that sell products based on that Br...... Components, just give never away a newer kernel as the the 2.4.20.

    A..S tried to be smart and was trying to patch the older 2.4.20' kernel with some USB-Stuff from the 2.4.25' Version, just to open the possibility for newer USB-Stuff to add.

    To get a working Kernel for this MIPSy thing isn't that hard, it took me about 3 days to get the new kernel from

    http://www.linux-mips.org/wiki/Main_Page

    compiled with the normal-Board stuff from BR...... inside of it, but if it comes to the Ethernet/Wireless stuff, I was lost in the air. I just noticed it as soon as the kernel compiled through and I was ready to build the TRX-Image for my nice little WL-HDD thing. It don't like to mix the kernelversion (wl.o for kernel 2.4.20 and the new 2.4.31 don't like each other)

    To bad , that I figured everything out, as I ended with the kernel and glued everything together. (oops why it doesn't work )

    If you like and have a linux system up and running, get the stuff from here:

    http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/wir...3/GPL_1927.zip

    than the newest costimized collection from OLEG

    and if you like to try the latest and last pwc stuff for the 2.4.'er kernel series
    take a look at here:

    http://wl500g.info/showthread.php?t=2551
    ()everything you need inclusive all patches)

    And go ahead cooking .

    If you know a little kernel-hacking then try to get the wl.o module to gether wih a kernelversion 2.6 Working, if you are good in reverse engineering, then I think you would make those people here :

    http://linux-bcom4301.sourceforge.net/go/progress

    and other points in the internet happy and us of course too.

    This Posting wasn't ment to be a picks or a hit to you or others here in the Forum, I wrote this just because it took myself a lot time for collecting all this Information.

    By the way if you would like to help us getting the sources and you are rich ?? then take a look here ??

    http://gpl-violations.org/index.html

    But as far as I understand all this things with my normal english, I think the GPL-Violation.org only try to get the firms to tell on there Homepages, that they are using GPL'ed Software. Some of them which this site talk about success are just showing the Links to the Homepages, where they got the Sources from to build the Firmware fora minimum amount of dollars for a maximum business !!!

    But they don't show how nor even tell and don't think about the sources.

    I think that's the complete storry if I made any mistakes sorry fell free to correct me, and before I forget every name beloning to a firm or is trademarked by a firm belongs to this firm etc.
    Sorry for my bad english, I'm german

    @PUP:

    If you are upset with the current Situation, feel free to contact your lawer for a expensive fight against br.., AS..., D-L..., lev.. O.., Longs...., etc.

    But like I said above, I thnk the main Problem is Bro..c.m since the other are just bying the whole stuff from them !!

    I think the complete sources are to expensive instead fof just a kernel-module.

    We will see, when A..S give out the new 1.9.4.xx Version Firmware for the wl500g ;-)

    If they are still sitting on this kernel release, it realy looks like as they don't have the full sources (that's my my opinion)
    Last edited by ankn99; 16-06-2005 at 23:24.
    Greetings from 1XXXX (Berlin/Germany)

  6. #186

    Mac OS/X: WLAN Reconnection probs after waking up from sleep mode

    Hi all,

    I am using also firmware version 1.9.2.7-5a on my 500g and it's working perfectly for my Windows notebook using WPA-PSK.
    Also it's no problem to connect to the router using a Mac with OS/X 10.4 (Tiger) installed. Problem is, that that the Mac is unable to reconnect after waking up from sleep mode. You'll have to choose the connection manually again providing network name, encryption type and pre-shared key.

    Maybe others here have encountered the same problem meanwhile and can give me some help because I really don't have any idea where to search for...

    Greetz, Lars

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerokewl
    Hi all,

    I am using also firmware version 1.9.2.7-5a on my 500g and it's working perfectly for my Windows notebook using WPA-PSK.
    Also it's no problem to connect to the router using a Mac with OS/X 10.4 (Tiger) installed. Problem is, that that the Mac is unable to reconnect after waking up from sleep mode. You'll have to choose the connection manually again providing network name, encryption type and pre-shared key.

    Maybe others here have encountered the same problem meanwhile and can give me some help because I really don't have any idea where to search for...

    Greetz, Lars
    Looks like Mac OS or driver problem. I had similar problems with windows 2000 and orinoco gold card.

  8. #188
    Hi there!
    First of all, thank you for this great firmware !
    I've been using the custom firmwares for a while now and every time there is a new version, the wan connection seemd to be more more stable, but sice xxxx-5a I have to reset my router every 2 weeks. And in the last 48 hours, I had to reset it twice. Here is the logfile:
    ...
    Jun 17 16:41:23 kernel: ACCEPT IN=ppp0 OUT=br0 SRC=xx.xxx.xx.xxx DST=192.168.1.4 LEN=86 TOS=0x00 PREC=0x00 TTL=121 ID=39767 PROTO=UDP SPT=xxx DPT=xxx LEN=66
    Jun 17 16:42:29 pppd[78]: No response to 6 echo-requests
    Jun 17 16:42:29 pppd[78]: Serial link appears to be disconnected.
    Jun 17 16:42:29 dnsmasq[48]: read /etc/hosts - 4 addresses
    Jun 17 16:42:29 dnsmasq[48]: reading /tmp/resolv.conf
    Jun 17 16:42:29 dnsmasq[48]: using nameserver 212.7.148.97#53
    Jun 17 16:42:29 PPPoE: Disconnected
    Jun 17 16:42:35 pppd[78]: Connection terminated.
    Jun 17 16:42:35 pppd[78]: Connect time 18650381.3 minutes.
    Jun 17 16:42:35 pppd[78]: Sent 170777226 bytes, received 405843756 bytes.
    Jun 17 16:43:40 pppd[78]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jun 17 16:43:40 pppd[78]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jun 17 16:44:45 pppd[78]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jun 17 16:44:45 pppd[78]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jun 17 16:45:50 pppd[78]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jun 17 16:45:50 pppd[78]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jun 17 16:46:55 pppd[78]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jun 17 16:46:55 pppd[78]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jun 17 16:48:00 pppd[78]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jun 17 16:48:00 pppd[78]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jun 17 16:48:29 kernel: ACCEPT IN=br0 OUT=br0 SRC=192.168.1.4 DST=192.168.1.4 LEN=48 TOS=0x00 PREC=0x00 TTL=127 ID=36142 DF PROTO=TCP SPT=1732 DPT=xxx SEQ=3733679510 ACK=0 WINDOW=16384 RES=0x00 SYN URGP=0 OPT (0204057E01010402)
    Jun 17 16:49:05 pppd[78]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jun 17 16:49:05 pppd[78]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jun 17 16:50:10 pppd[78]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jun 17 16:50:10 pppd[78]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jun 17 16:51:15 pppd[78]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jun 17 16:51:15 pppd[78]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jun 17 16:52:20 pppd[78]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jun 17 16:52:20 pppd[78]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jun 17 16:53:25 pppd[78]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
    Jun 17 16:53:25 pppd[78]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
    Jun 17 16:53:25 pppd[78]: Connect time 18650381.3 minutes.
    Jun 17 16:53:25 pppd[78]: Sent 170777226 bytes, received 405843756 bytes.
    Jun 17 16:53:25 pppd[78]: Exit.
    Jun 17 17:03:49 kernel: ACCEPT IN=br0 OUT=br0 SRC=192.168.1.4 DST=192.168.1.4 LEN=48 TOS=0x00 PREC=0x00 TTL=127 ID=45052 DF PROTO=TCP SPT=1818 DPT=xxx SEQ=2725907500 ACK=0 WINDOW=16384 RES=0x00 SYN URGP=0 OPT (0204057E01010402)
    Jun 17 17:05:15 ntp client: Synchronizing time with time.nist.gov ...
    Jun 17 19:05:15 ntp client: Synchronizing time with time.nist.gov ...

    If you have any idea, what the problem might be???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fama
    If you have any idea, what the problem might be???
    Yes, wait for 1.9.2.7-6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oleg
    Yes, wait for 1.9.2.7-6.
    Whene comes 1.9.2.7-6? and comes snmp also in this 1?

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