[ 386.4 alpha Build(s) ] Testing available build(s)

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dave14305

Part of the Furniture
I'm not looking or touching the Wireguard code until it comes out of beta with Asus, which means not until the RC3 (386_5xxxx) release next year.
So you’re not going to remove the call that creates the cronjob?

By removing the service handling, you’ve prevented the code that would delete the cronjob from executing when the service attempts to restart.
 
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RMerlin

Asuswrt-Merlin dev
So you’re not going to remove the call that creates the cronjob?
No. Instead, I will no longer set RTCONFIG_WIREGUARD firmware-wide, and just hardcode compilation of the kernel + userspace tool.
 

octopus

Very Senior Member

gerardr

Occasional Visitor
Merlin may already be on it locally, but it looks like this function results in the cron job being setup if time is not synced yet.


Ah, thanks. I was running 'chrony' instead of the built-in ntpd, and this 3rd alpha load/reboot was taking so long to time sync, I gave up and forced it. (My usb_mount scripts wind up logging every 2 seconds until time is updated.) I wound up re-enabling the built-in ntpd and commenting out the 'chrony' launch. Now it's back to less than 20 seconds to get the ISP DHCP done and find time.nist.gov.
 

RMerlin

Asuswrt-Merlin dev
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RMerlin

Asuswrt-Merlin dev
This is a new supported model or update of AX11000 to 6E?
blink your left eye if the second option ;)
Asus launched the GT-AXE11000 over 6 months ago, it's a separate router. Wifi 6E requires dedicated hardware, it's not something that can be software upgraded.

keep us posted on how your testing goes.
Wifi is currently half-broken, but this is most likely a GPL issue because I had the same problem with the RT-AC68U_V4 wifi.

I can't test anything related to 6 GHz, I don't have any compatible client to connect to it (and Canada only approved the use of the 6 GHz band a few months ago).

Hoping RT-AC Models still have life doesn't seem like there's gonna be an update for them
Just be patient. I have the GPL for the RT-AC88U/AC3100/AC5300 but haven't had time to merge them yet. RT-AC68U_V4 support is mostly completed, so only the RT-AC68U GPL is still missing.
 

jeff3820

Regular Contributor
Asus launched the GT-AXE11000 over 6 months ago, it's a separate router. Wifi 6E requires dedicated hardware, it's not something that can be software upgraded.


Wifi is currently half-broken, but this is most likely a GPL issue because I had the same problem with the RT-AC68U_V4 wifi.

I can't test anything related to 6 GHz, I don't have any compatible client to connect to it (and Canada only approved the use of the 6 GHz band a few months ago).


Just be patient. I have the GPL for the RT-AC88U/AC3100/AC5300 but haven't had time to merge them yet. RT-AC68U_V4 support is mostly completed, so only the RT-AC68U GPL is still missing.
AC-86U??
 

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