chateau wrote:I was using Gargoyle 1.5.10 on my D-Link DIR-615 v.E4 without any problem. Wifi was pretty good and flawless too. Then I decided to try 1.5.11 update. Installation was successful without preserve settings. I configured and enabled wireless in router, that was fine too. But when I rebooted the router, all configuration was lost and router reverted back to its' original gargoyle settings. Then I configured the router again, but no luck. It runs fine as long as I don't reboot the router. The router resets its' configuration while it reboots.
I can confirm that my DIR-601 A1 also will not retain configuration using 1.5.11. As above it seems to work fine for my use. I do not use WiFi so that was not tested. A power down will loose configurations and revert back to original.
Due to a senior moment problem, I had to do a D-Link restore (Reset button down while powering up with amber power light) to install 1.5.10 but it seems to work OK and does retain settings after a power down.
The image for the D-Link DIR-601 (and probably DIR-600 as well)
is too large by about 100K
I used to compile a bunch of OpenWRT releases for it and found out
by trial and error that the firmware image cannot be larger than
3,500,000 bytes for the sysupgrade version
I think what happens is that it is too large and doesn't allow ram space
to store the variables, so when it reboots, it loses the config.
Might have to retire this device soon! I only use it for testing anyway!