First: If you're using a broadcom router (e.g. WRT54GL) , and you've already installed gargoyle 1.3.10 upgrade via TFTP or via sshing in and using the command line, not the web interface. The broadcom upgrade functionality is broken in 1.3.10 (and fixed in this release), but this means that you won't be able to upgrade from 1.3.10 -> 1.3.11 via the web interface.
Second: This release contains numerous improvements for the bandwidth module, which is responsible for both monitoring bandwidth and controlling bandwidth quotas. As these are features that a lot of people rely on, it is worth noting that the underlying code has changed considerably in this release. While the improvements have been tested, it is possible that new, subtle issues have been introduced. I am very interested in hearing about any issues that anyone runs into with the bandwidth monitor or quotas in this release, and want to warn anyone who absolutely needs rock-solid performance of these features that it might be better to skip this experimental release.
New in 1.3.11:
- Implement custom SSID for 5Ghz band in dual band routers (instead of just appending _5Ghz to 2.4 Ghz SSID)
- WAN speed improvements (due to optimization of bandwidth module, max speed of 107Mbit/s measured on a TP-Link TL-WR1043ND)
- Fixes bug in bandwidth module that may be responsible for zeroing of last time point (due to extremely intermittent nature of original issue this isn't a 100% certain fix for the problem)
- Removes all openwrt rdate functionality so that NTP client isn't competing with rdate for setting correct time
- Fixes upgrade functionality in broadcom routers (broken in 1.3.10)
- Fixes bug in display of DHCP lease expiration time