Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

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flashfir
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Re: Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

Post by flashfir »

If I'm upgrading from 1.7.1 should I expect to see any benefits from updating? Seems like nothing for a bogstandard house of 5 guys, with the guy speaking to you now, trying to manage latency from the Netflix'ing Youtuber peasants in the household :lol:

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Re: Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

Post by ispyisail »

flashfir wrote:If I'm upgrading from 1.7.1 should I expect to see any benefits from updating? Seems like nothing for a bogstandard house of 5 guys, with the guy speaking to you now, trying to manage latency from the Netflix'ing Youtuber peasants in the household :lol:


If you router is stable and your not having any problems stick with that version

flashfir
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Re: Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

Post by flashfir »

ispyisail wrote:
flashfir wrote:If I'm upgrading from 1.7.1 should I expect to see any benefits from updating? Seems like nothing for a bogstandard house of 5 guys, with the guy speaking to you now, trying to manage latency from the Netflix'ing Youtuber peasants in the household :lol:


If you router is stable and your not having any problems stick with that version


Conventional wisdom prevails. If it ain't broke. Break it. :roll:

dankec
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Re: Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

Post by dankec »

Hello, I have TP-link 1043nd v1.8 and stock firmware...

Which gargoyle will work the best (in terms of speed & stability) with this version?

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Re: Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

Post by 448 »

dankec wrote:Hello, I have TP-link 1043nd v1.8 and stock firmware...

Which gargoyle will work the best (in terms of speed & stability) with this version?


I use version 1.8.1 with this router - everything is fine.

spazmonkey
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Re: Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

Post by spazmonkey »

dankec wrote:Hello, I have TP-link 1043nd v1.8 and stock firmware...

Which gargoyle will work the best (in terms of speed & stability) with this version?


I've just installed 1.8.1 on my TP-Link TL-WR1043N/ND v1 and it's working perfectly.

dankec
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Re: Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

Post by dankec »

Thanks. It seems it's working ok with v1.8 also.

gumball3000
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Re: Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

Post by gumball3000 »

1.9.0 seems very stable to me, 1.6.2 was the best till now.
WR1043ND V2.

I noticed a single bug, If I use it in Wireless Mode: Client and the Wi-Fi network that I had it connected doesn't broadcast anymore, Wi-fi network scanning returns me the same message "No wireless networks found", I had to manually write the SSID to an existent one so I could use again the scan option.

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Re: Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

Post by Lantis »

Scanning was rewritten in 1.9.X so i think this behaviour is fixed.
http://lantisproject.com/downloads/gargoyle_ispyisail.php for the latest releases
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gumball3000
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Re: Versions 1.9.0 & 1.8.1

Post by gumball3000 »

Another bug that I noticed in all versions is that even if I change the hostname and domain from identification.sh, only on the first change seems to propagate in the network, if I change again those fields, when I do a network scan with Fing I still see the old data. Only after a factory reset I could get to have it properly changed.

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