Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

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Re: Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

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NETGEAR WNDR3700v4 is the router I am using.
NETGEAR WNDR3700v4 or an old Soup can with string. So hard to tell these days.

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Re: Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

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:D
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Re: Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

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Archer C7 V2 is my router

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Re: Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

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There's no need to list routers that are already supported, of course.
http://lantisproject.com/downloads/gargoyle_ispyisail.php for the latest releases
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Re: Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

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I would love to see WR1043N V5 supported.

Also, I have noticed a UPnP/NAT-PMP minor issue on this build on the WR1043ND V1.

It works, but when the router is restarted, it stops working and you need to disable and re-enable the feature for it to work again.

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Re: Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

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PLEASE generate an x86 image !

I am running this ; https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/ ... ts/x86/64/

Works fantastic, but I miss the Gargoyle interface and all the pre-installed goodies.

There is a growing number of people parking their consumer routers and going with an old pc. I am running on an i5-2400, with 4gb ram, the network is just flying !!!

:twisted:
Gargoyle

i5-3550, 8gb ram, 120gb ssd

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Re: Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

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Lantis wrote:I want to know what routers people want to see supported in 1.11.x.
Which routers are we missing from the targets we already support that are popular and you want to see support for? This is relatively easy for me to add. If anyone sends a suggestion for a router with 4MB of flash i'll throw something at them. :lol:
ar71xx, brcm47xx, mvebu, ramips

Which targets are popular that aren't already supported and you think should be? This is harder for me to do as i can't test it. But there's some things worth doing as they are popular models.
ipq806x


I would like to see the F9K1115 supported. It is supported on OpenWRT if that helps any. Since QOS received a little TLC I'm eager to experience the newer version in Gargoyle.

Which leads me to ask, is any currently-OpenWRT supported router capable of being built on the latest Gargoyle code?
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Re: Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

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mlira1 wrote:I would love to see WR1043N V5 supported.

Also, I have noticed a UPnP/NAT-PMP minor issue on this build on the WR1043ND V1.

It works, but when the router is restarted, it stops working and you need to disable and re-enable the feature for it to work again.


Is this using the build I posted or ispyisail? I’ll look into it if it’s mine, otherwise I suggest trying it to see.
http://lantisproject.com/downloads/gargoyle_ispyisail.php for the latest releases
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Re: Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

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SisterFister wrote:
Lantis wrote:I want to know what routers people want to see supported in 1.11.x.
Which routers are we missing from the targets we already support that are popular and you want to see support for? This is relatively easy for me to add. If anyone sends a suggestion for a router with 4MB of flash i'll throw something at them. :lol:
ar71xx, brcm47xx, mvebu, ramips

Which targets are popular that aren't already supported and you think should be? This is harder for me to do as i can't test it. But there's some things worth doing as they are popular models.
ipq806x


I would like to see the F9K1115 supported. It is supported on OpenWRT if that helps any. Since QOS received a little TLC I'm eager to experience the newer version in Gargoyle.

Which leads me to ask, is any currently-OpenWRT supported router capable of being built on the latest Gargoyle code?

p.s. An imag


Yes and no. If you know what you are doing, then yes. If not, it would be wise to wait a bit longer for the Custom profile to be reworked for the new version which will make it easier.
http://lantisproject.com/downloads/gargoyle_ispyisail.php for the latest releases
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Re: Bleeding Edge (mvebu + AR71xx) gargoyle-ispy 2018-June-29 22:45

Post by mlira1 »

Lantis wrote:
mlira1 wrote:I would love to see WR1043N V5 supported.

Also, I have noticed a UPnP/NAT-PMP minor issue on this build on the WR1043ND V1.

It works, but when the router is restarted, it stops working and you need to disable and re-enable the feature for it to work again.


Is this using the build I posted or ispyisail? I’ll look into it if it’s mine, otherwise I suggest trying it to see.


I have used ipsysail's build indeed, but apparently there wasn't builds for WR1043ND V1 nor WDR4300 v1 at the link you provided. They are the routers I use with Gargoyle.

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