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[Fork] Asuswrt-Merlin 374.43 LTS releases (V39E3)

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by john9527, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. ColinTaylor

    ColinTaylor Part of the Furniture

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    I stand corrected. Wow! I never knew that option existed. Is that something you added?
     
  2. john9527

    john9527 Part of the Furniture

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    Somewhat....It was partially implemented by Asus but never finished/activated. When I backported the Bandwidth Limiter I finished it off and got it working.
     
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  3. ColinTaylor

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    In other Bandwidth Limiter related news o_O, something that always catches me out...

    When changing from Bandwidth Limiter to Traditional QoS the Upload/Download units change from Mb/s to kb/s, but the actual number stays to same. So what was 200Mb/s becomes 200kb/s :eek:.
     
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  4. john9527

    john9527 Part of the Furniture

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    OUCH....I'll definitely take a look at that one. Thanks for the warning!
     
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  5. john9527

    john9527 Part of the Furniture

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    Got it....next release is already built/pending, so will pick up in the first refresh.
    Code:
    [devtest c36eacf52] webui: qos: store correct units adjusted global bw values when switching to bw limiter
     
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  6. john9527

    john9527 Part of the Furniture

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    Next release is out!

    LATEST RELEASE: Update-34E3/34L3
    17-August-2018
    Merlin fork 374.43_34E3j9527
    Download http://bit.ly/1YdgUcP
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    Support for DNSCrypt v1 has been removed and replaced with DNS over TLS (DoT) support for ALL SUPPORTED ROUTERS (includes the MIPS based N16, N66 and AC66)

    Thanks to everyone who participated in the Beta!

    Please see the first post for more details.

    The new DoT option...
    DoT-Final.png
     
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  7. jrmwvu04

    jrmwvu04 Very Senior Member

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    I've updated and switched to the Quad9 insecure primary DoT server. Didn't have any performance issues after switching to the Cloudflare DoT, so we'll see.
     
  8. bbunge

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    Quad9 insecure may not support DNSSEC. Quad9 also told me that the URL for the insecure resolvers will be changing. So, it may be best to use the Quad9 secure resolvers. CleanBrowsing also works well and has good reviews.

    Sent from my P01M using Tapatalk
     
  9. miau1

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    Please I beg you to add my request, to be able to change the Minimum reserved Bandwidth in Download.

    Cosmetic error:
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  10. jrmwvu04

    jrmwvu04 Very Senior Member

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    Quad9 secure doesn’t work properly for me. Cloudflare worked pretty well though. Might look into CB if I get tinkery.
     
  11. cvx01

    cvx01 Regular Contributor

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    Awwww yea! Another update. Thank you for the great work sir!
     
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  12. miniterror

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    Hi John,

    Im answering here so im not hijacking the Diversion thread why im reverting to such a old build.

    The reason is the misses is complaining since multiple weeks WiFi performance is bad.
    Also while gaming on my PS4 Pro wired directly to the Asus im noticing occasional LAG where i did not have that on older builds.

    Downgrading the router to a lower build without here knowing im doing it so i can see if the complains go away regarding WiFi performance.
    I am aware of the security problems that has been fixed on newer releases.

    Edit, as i want the Diversion i have updated to E22 for testing purposes.
    I'll see how this one will behave.
     
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  13. bbunge

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    Is it possible that with IPV6 6RD enabled the Traffic Manager logs IPV6 traffic downloads as uploads? I seldom have 1 GB of uploads in a normal day except when I have IPV6 6RD enabled. I've suspected this to be the case with the stock Asus firmware for some time.
     
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    I think you should add that you do not have this great feature:
     
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  16. tyspeed42

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    Wow, new update put some spunk into my dns haha. Works great.
    thanks John for your much appreciated hard work.
     
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  17. RMerlin

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    This is not a release, this is a development snapshot, not recommended for use in an official product release.
     
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  20. HowIFix

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    In the latest version 34E3 @john9527 is using dnsmasq Test 3

    I do not see any problem updating the latest version that was released a couple of days ago.
     
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