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[ASUS DSL-N16] Looking for testers

Discussion in 'ASUS Wireless' started by GNUton, Jul 3, 2019.

  1. GNUton

    GNUton Regular Contributor

    Mar 28, 2019
    Hi there,
    In my free time I would like to mod the ASUS firmware for DSL-N* routers just for fun.. and I'm looking for some testers.
    I do not have any DSL-N device yet so
    If you have a DSL-N16 and you wanna help me in testing, please flash the trx below on your device and please le tme know if it works as expected.

    NOTE Be preparet to recover the route rvia TFTP if something doesn't work.
    so DO NOT BLAME ME if it may damage your device.

    Thanks in advance for any brave person willing to help me with this project.

    tuneAP likes this.
  2. Grisu

    Grisu Part of the Furniture

    Aug 28, 2014
    Hi GNUton!

    Here some Asus beta firmwares from July for their older DSL routers, maybe interesting for you: https://www.asuswebstorage.com/navigate/a/#/s/9A11A78AD414465B853617379C50D180Y
    Support new Feedback mechanism.
    PPPD module updated: ppp-2.4.7, fixed possible PPPoE/PPPoA periodic interruption issue.
    Fixed IPTV issue with specific ISP/IPTV service provider.
    Fixed 5GHz band throughput drop issue.
    Fixed after failover cannot failback from Secondary-VDSL WAN to Primary-ETHERNET WAN case.
    Fixed Web UI related issues.

    I posted this in your 68U thread but for sure would be better done here.
    The link is from Asus programers, nothing to worry about.

    Update: sorry there are no GPLs so useless for your work :(
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2019