Gargoyle-ispy 2013-October-22.7z

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Gargoyle-ispy 2013-October-22.7z

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USE AT YOUR OWN RISK


Gargoyle-ispy 2013-October-22.7z
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marcb
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-October-22.7z

Post by marcb »

Maybe the wifi issues got fixed?
Can't test right now =/

Wisse
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-October-22.7z

Post by Wisse »

I'm now using this build on WRT160nl. Wi-Fi problems normally occurred after 24h+ uptime, so i'll have to report back later.

I've notices two issues. I don't know if I should post them to main 1.5.11 thread, because this is an unofficial build.

-"Refresh Plugins" doesn't do anything (apart from "Please Wait" popup). As far as I know, it should load available plugins from listed sources.
-Plugin Sources can't be removed or modified, only added.

-It looks like "WAN (PPPoE) Uptime:" value overflows when it's really low. Might be under 1 min.

Edit: One more thing. I had to do a telnet password reset after flashing although I didn't choose to preserve settings. This has happened before.

sheriffy
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-October-22.7z

Post by sheriffy »

Wisse wrote:I'm now using this build on WRT160nl. Wi-Fi problems normally occurred after 24h+ uptime, so i'll have to report back later.


Any news Wisse ?
I am in search for a stable version of gargoyle (no wifi issues), i am now back to stock software on my wndr3700v2 but i hate it. (stock runs without problem but i miss a lot of features)

Wisse
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-October-22.7z

Post by Wisse »

Current uptime is now "2 days, 15 hours, 50 minutes" (100% since flash).
I didn't experience any Wi-Fi or other problems thus far. The uptime is not very long, but it's already longer than average uptime with 1.5.6 (which I used before). I can report back again in a few more days.

Connected Wi-Fi clients vary from 1-5 (2 laptops, 3 phones) during day.

sheriffy
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-October-22.7z

Post by sheriffy »

Ok sounds promising.
I think the problem is related to the data transfer. Devices that disconnect often are least affected, the connection of my Foscam surveillance cam wich is always on streaming to my cam server will die first.

Wisse
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-October-22.7z

Post by Wisse »

Update for you sheriffy: I've just flashed with new firmware (ispyisail October 24th build) so I'm back to 0 uptime.

I was at 3 day 20-ish hours before that w/o any Wi-Fi problems. I can report back in new build's thread if you're still hesitating to upgrade.

I don't think anything relevant to Wi-Fi performance changed during this and newer build tho. It was just a lot of Gargoyle related stuff (see new thread for details).

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