Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

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bugms
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Re: Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

Postby bugms » Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:59 am

Hi,

I've upgraded my WR741Nv2 1.9.2 to 1.10.0 successful.

When I've tried to upgrade my WR842NDv2 1.9.2 to 1.10.0, after my router rebooted, it stay in 1.9.2 (the same happens preserving or not the settings).

I'm thinking to return the original firmware so try to put 1.10.0.

Someone have any idea? Thanks

Vortex63
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Re: Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

Postby Vortex63 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 3:50 pm

When actualize my wrt-160nl, I am observe the same situation, but is apparent, restart the power of the router and it will boot on the new version.
Linksys WRT160NL
Gargoyle 1.10.0

DullRazr
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Re: Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

Postby DullRazr » Sun Dec 17, 2017 12:05 pm

Has anyone installed this version on a D-Link DIR-835 rev. A1router?

Davey126
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Re: Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

Postby Davey126 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 11:17 am

Davey126 wrote:FWIW - applied 1.10.0 to an ancient TP-Link TL-WR841NDV7 (Rosewill RNX-N300RT variant) running 1.9.2 preserving all settings. Updated without a hitch; been stable for 24+ hours.

Obviously 4MB routers can be problematic, especially if extensively configured. That said, I have yet to experience an upgrade issue on these little workhorses starting with the 1.6 branch. Only cleared settings when explicitly instructed to do so. YMMV.

Ultimately fell back to 1.9.2 after experiencing random WiFi lags, drops and connection failures during periods of high utilization. Suspect it *may* have been temperature related as problem would spontaneously resolve after a few minutes. CPU and memory loads were fine. No prior baseline or ability to monitor CPU temps so performing further diagnostics would be speculative - especially on a $20 USD gizmo. While I like to remain current w/firmware the hardware is old and does not take advantage of newer functionality. This pup (and several siblings) will stay on 1.9.2 until they naturally expire.

dreams_idea
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Re: Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

Postby dreams_idea » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:55 pm

Sorry for my English grammar, I use google translation!

TP_LINK 1043ND V1 1.8.1 normal use, upgrade to 1.10.0。

If the use of QOS (upload), the system will continue to reboot.

If do not enable QOS (upload) on all normal!

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抱歉我的英文文法,我是用 google 翻譯的!

TP_LINK 1043ND V1 在使用 1.8.1 正常,升級到 1.10.0 後,若是使用 QOS (上傳) 時,系統會不斷的重啟。 若是不開啟 QOS (上傳) 就一切正常!

Lantis
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Re: Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

Postby Lantis » Wed Jan 17, 2018 10:13 pm

dreams_idea wrote:Sorry for my English grammar, I use google translation!

TP_LINK 1043ND V1 1.8.1 normal use, upgrade to 1.10.0。

If the use of QOS (upload), the system will continue to reboot.

If do not enable QOS (upload) on all normal!

========================

抱歉我的英文文法,我是用 google 翻譯的!

TP_LINK 1043ND V1 在使用 1.8.1 正常,升級到 1.10.0 後,若是使用 QOS (上傳) 時,系統會不斷的重啟。 若是不開啟 QOS (上傳) 就一切正常!


If you are using Layer 7 filtering, disable it.
Otherwise a failsafe reset and setup again.
If you continue to have problems please share your configuration.
WRT1900AC V1 on 1.10.X
WNDR3800/WRT3200ACM in a constant state of flux
www.lantisproject.com for custom builds and other projects
www.lantisproject.com/gargoyle_ispyisail/ for the latest releases

stevebtas
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Re: Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

Postby stevebtas » Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:20 pm

This may or may not be a Gargoyle issue.
Not sure but there may be a problem with wifi. I upgraded a few weeks ago to v1.10 on a WNDR3800 and since then we seem to have been having some wifi flakiness. Devices not visible on the network (even though connected), being able to connect to devices then not then connect then not etc. Its erratic.
Have just turned off the wifi on the gargoyled WNDR3800 and swapped to a DLink 868L as a wireless access point and the number of devices visible on my network just doubled.
I have about 60 static ip addresses assigned in gargoyle and a lot of active devices on my network. As above, not sure quite what is going on but almost looks like a number of devices problem. Will keep exploring but thought I'd share just in case others are having anything similar.
WNDR3800 Gargoyle v1.10
D-Link DIR-868L (wifi access point, standard DLink software)

ispyisail
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Re: Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

Postby ispyisail » Sat Jan 20, 2018 3:35 am

Did you preserve settings on upgrade?

stevebtas
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Re: Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

Postby stevebtas » Sun Jan 21, 2018 8:16 am

Yes, preserved settings and everything looked fine. But have been having some erratic behavior fromwireless devices which seemed to be losing connectivity intermittently.
Switching to the dlink as an ap seems to have fixed those issues.
WNDR3800 Gargoyle v1.10
D-Link DIR-868L (wifi access point, standard DLink software)

ispyisail
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Re: Version 1.10.0 : New stable version with critical security fixes

Postby ispyisail » Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:25 pm

stevebtas wrote:Yes, preserved settings and everything looked fine. But have been having some erratic behavior fromwireless devices which seemed to be losing connectivity intermittently.
Switching to the dlink as an ap seems to have fixed those issues.


Failsafe reset or reflash

do not preserve settings


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