Version 1.14.0: Based on OpenWrt 22.03

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Lantis
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Re: Version 1.14.0: Based on OpenWrt 22.03

Post by Lantis »

So it gave you a warning and you ignored it?
Depending on device it may have required a factory flash anyway. The architecture has changed significantly for such devices.
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encro
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Re: Version 1.14.0: Based on OpenWrt 22.03

Post by encro »

Lantis wrote:
Sat Sep 09, 2023 6:37 am
So it gave you a warning and you ignored it?
Depending on device it may have required a factory flash anyway. The architecture has changed significantly for such devices.
Yep :D

But only after doing uninstalling plugins, checking mode specs again and confirming the RAM and Storage lol, then thinking the error must be an actual error lol
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snake218
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Re: Version 1.14.0: Based on OpenWrt 22.03

Post by snake218 »

Works on Archer C7 v2, but if you enable QoS it caps download speed to about 60mb only.

I had the same problem with firmware 1.13.0, last stable fw that don't cap speed for me is 1.12.0.

Any fix or something besides QoS can't be disabled to get more performance?

Thanks for your work and time.

angus
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Re: Version 1.14.0: Based on OpenWrt 22.03

Post by angus »

Lantis wrote:
Tue Jul 25, 2023 7:46 am
angus wrote:
Tue Jul 25, 2023 7:11 am
Awaiting 1.14.0 for Linksys WRT3200ACM/WRT32X. Thanks.
It won't happen, so you can stop waiting.
You can wait for 1.15 for the Linksys AC series to be supported again.
Happy new year and approaching 1.15!

alkhall
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Re: Version 1.14.0: Based on OpenWrt 22.03

Post by alkhall »

Is TP-Link model AX6000 supported?

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Re: Version 1.14.0: Based on OpenWrt 22.03

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alkhall wrote:
Sat Jan 06, 2024 1:31 pm
Is TP-Link model AX6000 supported?
No, it is a Broadcom based device and therefore very unlikely to be worth supporting.
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Lajkzy
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Re: Version 1.14.0: Based on OpenWrt 22.03

Post by Lajkzy »

1.14 seems broken on WNDR3700v1. Factory img gets into bootloop, sysupgrade works but telling the storage is full, cant reset to solve this issue, any fix for v1?

whataboutnow
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Re: Version 1.14.0: Based on OpenWrt 22.03

Post by whataboutnow »

I used to have a couple of those before moving to the v4 and then on to what I'm using now -

If I recall correctly, I had to telent into it with a usb serial cable connected to the internal jumpers, push the stock firmware to it and then you can reflash with the factory image.

if you're in the UK, I might have that v1 I could post to you, or possibly even a v4 if I can dig them out :)

the reflash is pretty simple though 👍

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Re: Version 1.14.0: Based on OpenWrt 22.03

Post by pythonic »

Lajkzy wrote:
Thu Feb 01, 2024 5:04 pm
1.14 seems broken on WNDR3700v1. Factory img gets into bootloop, sysupgrade works but telling the storage is full, cant reset to solve this issue, any fix for v1?
Unfortunately images for some of the 8MB flash routers get past the size checks in the build process but when these images are installed don't have enough free flash space to accept configuration file updates - hence the "storage full" message. At this time I would suggest going back to 1.13 pending release of a new version based on OpenWrt 23.05, as I doubt that there will be any updated 1.14 release.

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