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    Need help tracking down recurring AC68U space issue

    I suspect you'll be able to spot a file that is growing before it actually gets to the point of causing a problem.
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    Need help tracking down recurring AC68U space issue

    Just put the whole command in quotes...for example watch -n 30 "du -ahx /tmp | sort -n -r | head -n 10"
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    Need help tracking down recurring AC68U space issue

    It's not really process memory usage. You are running out of space on the /tmp partition in memory. First thing is to try and find what file is using up the space. Running the following command will show the top 10 largest files in that partition. du -ahx /tmp | sort -n -r | head -n 10
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    AC66U B1 switching from Freshtomato to Merlin

    IIRC you need to quote the restart_wan parameter....so if it doesn't work as is, try cru a RestartWan "45 09 * * * service \"restart_wan 0\""
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    android tether not sharing on my RT-AC66U

    I'm a bit confused on exactly what you are trying to do. None of the asuswrt firmware supports WISP mode (connecting to the phone wireless and using it as a WAN connection). Tethering via a USB connect to the phone on the primary router is all that is supported.
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    wanted: vlan for AC56U in AP-Mode

    Do clients connecting to the AP get a valid IPv6 address? Also, I think if you have a separate vlan for the AP, you need to setup IPv6 for a greater than /64 prefix space, and assign a different IPv6 prefix ID for that vlan.
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    AC66U B1 switching from Freshtomato to Merlin

    Sticky in this forum https://www.snbforums.com/threads/fork-asuswrt-merlin-374-lts-overview.67510/
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    Release [Fork] Asuswrt-Merlin 374 LTS release 46E8

    I just like even numbers :) And it's exactly 50 years from the start of epoch time.
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    Release [Fork] Asuswrt-Merlin 374 LTS release 46E8

    Hmm....guess the fork has been around a while :) Updated the default to 01-01-2020 for the next release. As an FYI.....expire date for the SSL certs will be 10 years if the clock is not set.....13 months if the clock has been set, to meet an Apple initiative for expiring certs.
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    Beta Asuswrt-Merlin 386.1 Beta is now available

    All of the Trend Micro components will be non-functional in any firmware you compile yourself.
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    How can Asus AC66U_B1 provide two different subnets?

    I don't think I have good answers for your valid questions.... Why did ASUS do this? It may have been a response to wanting a more isolated guest network. It may also be related to how they extended Guest Networks to nodes in AiMesh 2.0. Really not sure. The other tidbit for all the...
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    How can Asus AC66U_B1 provide two different subnets?

    Or, if you are running 386 release firmware and connecting the tablets to Guest Network 1 they will be forced to a 192.168.101.x or 192.168.102.x address.
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    Cannot migrate from DD-WRT to Merlin on RT-AC68R

    DD-WRT uses a smaller flash partition to hold the firmware than is needed by the latest Asuswrt. So you first must load a firmware that will fit into the smaller DD-WRT partition that will then expand the partition to accept the later levels.
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    RT-N66U Bricked - No WIFI

    Think you made a wise decision. About the only thing I might try at some point is if you know someone where you can borrow a power supply to try...just to rule that out.
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    Tutorial HOWTO fix stock busybox/sed insert command on your R7800/R9000/etc

    No....we have a later version Also just verified... @arabesc thanks for providing a simple testcase. # printf "1\n3" | /bin/sed '/3/i 2' | hexdump -C 00000000 31 0a 32 0a 33 |1.2.3| Netgear must be using a prehistoric version of busybox....the commit he...
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