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    384.17 Addons-Menu

    Wondering if it's a nvram issue? I had the same problem, router locked up, missing addons, nothing in syslog, and reboot didn't clear the issue. I rebooted a 2nd time and saw the USB wasn't mounting. I unplugged for about 5 mins and pulled the USB, then let the router fully boot and plugged in...
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    x3mRouting x3mRouting ~ Selective Routing for Asuswrt-Merlin Firmware (1-Nov-2020)

    I think the command is wrong, its creating an HTML doc in opt/tmp. If I look at BBC_WEB3 I see the following: cat /opt/tmp/BBC_WEB3 create BBC_WEB3 hash:net family inet hashsize 1024 maxelem 65536 add BBC_WEB3 52.17.32.6 add BBC_WEB3 99.81.225.236 add BBC_WEB3 18.200.89.143 add BBC_WEB3...
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    x3mRouting x3mRouting ~ Selective Routing for Asuswrt-Merlin Firmware (1-Nov-2020)

    If installing via amtm, just select 6, then option 5 and it should automatically update. If you wish to update directly from the shell, then just enter sh -c "$(curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Xentrk/x3mRouting/master/Install_x3mRouting.sh)". v2.4 is the master branch and is always...
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    DNScrypt DNScrypt vs Stubby Help

    Thanks for the help, you answered my question in the edit at the bottom. It looks like I have a lot more reading to do first before changing my current settings
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    DNScrypt DNScrypt vs Stubby Help

    My understanding was that they both encrypt the DNS, but I don't know which is better, or whether there are any incompatibilities with what I have currently installed, or whether they are redundant in my current configuration
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    DNScrypt DNScrypt vs Stubby Help

    I'm not sure if i'm in the right thread, but can someone advise whether stubby or dnscrypt is better, or if either would interfere with my current setup? amtm 3.1.8 FW by thelonelycoder RT-AC3200 (armv7l) FW-384.13 @ 10.0.1.1 The Asuswrt-Merlin Terminal Menu 1 open...
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    x3mRouting x3mRouting ~ Selective Routing for Asuswrt-Merlin Firmware (1-Nov-2020)

    Hi Xentrk, I need to pick your brain again regarding my latest test results. I set my VPN to strict and routed all internet traffic through ovpn3. I ran iPlayer on my AppleTV and found most programs connected without a hitch. I tried a few searches and all seemed well. However for some shows I...
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    x3mRouting x3mRouting ~ Selective Routing for Asuswrt-Merlin Firmware (1-Nov-2020)

    I will do. Ideally I would like to shutdown everything except the one machine I’m using and on that have nothing except iplayer running and then log the files. It will have to be an early morning chore though otherwise I get too many wife and son complaints when I shut things down. Ideally I...
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    x3mRouting x3mRouting ~ Selective Routing for Asuswrt-Merlin Firmware (1-Nov-2020)

    So far I haven't seen what's disrupting mine, it seems no matter what I do, every 3rd show I have to restart my dnsmasq and ovpn. Usually, that works, but lately, I had to exit and re-enter iPlayer to get it to play
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    Router/modem speed disparity

    It was yes. Also, I think it was a fluke. I ran another couple of tests and there was barely any difference in the speeds. I'm assuming the first test was due to low bandwidth usage when I ran the test
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    Router/modem speed disparity

    Not at the moment, QOS essentially kills everything so I have that disabled. I do use VPN, but I had it disabled prior to running the speed test
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    Router/modem speed disparity

    I have a Harris docsis cable modem outputting at 120/56 Mb/s up/down speeds. I have my ASUS RT-AC4200 running 384.13_10 firmware, which only has 54/10 Mb/s up/down speeds. is the loss in speed due to the router hardware limitations, or is the hardware assist speed boost incorrectly configured...
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