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[ASUS华硕] 【华硕ASUS】RT-N16_3.0.0.4_220.18b【Asuswrt-Merlin加强版,支持双拔】

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来自merlin改进,主要是针对华硕官方固件BUG修正和小的改进,非常稳定,重新启用一些被官方禁用的功能,主要改进查看下图:9 v6 W( j  f$ m. r- k

* n1 t7 y; J' u9 z" C  Rebased on 220, includes AiCloud; added wifi client stats2 B, }! ^' K1 s8 j! m
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# N. P# h# T5 D! c# ]( nAsuswrt-Merlin - build 3.0.0.4.220.18b (24-Sept-2012); y4 z/ k9 B9 u3 f2 q
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2 F0 {* b/ ~& S- \$ @+ IAbout
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Asuswrt is the firmware developped by Asus for their newer routers.  They are
! M& F7 v3 @% D" O* B# N1 K7 |also porting it to some of their older models, like the RT-56U and RT-N16.  : Q2 U9 `4 l% l
While originally based on Tomato-RT, Asus has disabled some of the 2 ^* U2 L, O; D5 E$ |3 n, P  }
original Tomato features, and added others.; x9 U0 e# a( w. k8 b# c/ O- |; T+ v, V
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Asuswrt-merlin is a customized version, which I am developping./ ^9 }4 |2 u7 a; _! @
The goal is to do some bugfixes and minor enhancements to Asus's firmware,   Q- @9 C5 G  ^0 M; A
without targeting at full-blown advanced featuresets such as provided by
: l0 E  R& ?  Q3 c6 qexcellent projects like Tomato or DD-WRT.  Some of the features : p9 J6 N4 S6 b" G# v2 V# v
that had been disabled by Asus have also been re-enabled.
/ O) G; u! J* bThis aims to be a more restrained alternative for those who prefer to stay
3 S" r# @. h9 n+ v8 U6 Ocloser to the original firmware, with limited risks of seeing new 8 a3 N: W2 b. _8 S5 Z
features bring in new stability issues.  I value stability over
; K  S5 x4 W$ d9 \6 l8 tperformance, and performance over features.
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" H7 N% K/ C. V, r/ n3 W/ pSupported Devices
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+ f( W  o/ v* B7 U/ [; qSupported devices are:7 g$ M& `# i$ `- M, d" Z, m
* RT-N66U
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* RT-N16
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" R; S3 ~& p: V6 s, M$ J$ R- U# FHere is a list of features that Asuswrt-merlin brings over the original firmware:
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  _8 {6 W/ J- {5 f8 s  @3 {- Based on the source code of release 3.0.0.4.220
/ h) t5 K6 h  z- Various bugfixes (like the crash on VPN/NAT Loopback access of LAN devices)
- Y- S( w, r; K/ N, N- WakeOnLan web interface (with user-entered preset targets)
# \( B3 [  {9 X0 B; Y6 n- Persistent JFFS partition7 |. k7 @  j; G: N2 @) ?$ u3 P
- User scripts that run on specific events- y5 v  ], o% e# \
- SSHD (through dropbear)) r/ I6 _5 b& N! [6 f" L
- HTTPS web interface
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( p1 ?8 u2 Z- i- Clicking on the MAC address of an unidentified client will do a lookup in
+ A& p. _3 C" i8 c" h6 W  the OUI database (ported from DD-WRT).
: S4 y- C7 F0 |+ _) {5 @- Optionally turn the WPS button into a radio enable/disable switch
8 F* B  E1 c/ l5 x, p/ P- Optionally save traffic stats to disk (USB or JFFS partition)
8 `- y2 v0 e" \5 I7 n) B; E+ V- Display monthly traffic reports/ J; R1 F* M0 T
- Display active/tracked network connections
" G, G$ A1 S. m# x. [# S- `+ \- Allows tweaking TCP/UDP connection tracking timeouts) Y. C$ ~* E2 U: q
- CIFS client support (for mounting remote SMB share on the router)8 S2 Y( y5 @6 ^8 G9 i, _2 o- P
- Layer7 iptables matching! z, v" |) q& V
- User-defined options for WAN DHCP queries (required by some ISPs)  i0 @& _) {+ @4 K  N
- Name field on the DHCP reservation list
- o( h: G) ^' r; E; e  |5 O- Improved NAT loopback (based on code from phuzi0n from the DD-WRT forums)
: v+ U1 ~) O3 A: q4 [; b- Dual WAN support (both failover and load
( O: G: O6 Z; X) t  balancing supported) (EXPERIMENTAL) (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U); @& M( a; F' I; D; V; A& Q
- Disk spindown after user-configurable inactivity timeout9 ~, z/ a" e' j, r- ^
- System info summary page
1 C) V) _3 w3 {. k. R- Wireless client IP, hostname, rate and rssi on the Wireless Log page
2 M1 M. Y; Z2 ~5 \- ]2 c& y- OpenVPN client and server, based on code originally written by/ Z+ b! L- S# B2 ~0 V. ?% q8 Y
  Keith Moyer for Tomato and reused with his ( B* L  F, L, h
  permission. (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U)
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/ b- O" F1 V& z2 o7 jInstallation
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Simply flash it like any regular update.  You should not need to reset to ! r1 u' R$ F+ k3 }% H
factory defaults, unless coming from a version that used a different , O. K$ B% A8 B% v3 C
nvram size.  You can revert back to an original Asus firmware at any time just1 Z4 A% l2 d5 w& f, m. c( Q' h
by flashing one.
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NOTE: If you were still running a 32KB nvram firmware on an RT-N66U, the
0 H7 [1 n0 D! g; {) `. }1 |* |( Lfirst time you flash a 64KB-enabled firmware (such as Asuswrt-merlin) it
* _* {0 e6 E. F  V) v5 C: @/ D: ewill wipe ALL your current settings and revert back to factory default!4 |$ Z. G% @  p* G$ K6 K. m/ Y
This is required to upgrade the nvram storage to 64 KB.
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* JFFS *
8 F9 E1 q' \1 J- R4 }3 ?- ^JFFS is a writable section of the flash memory (around 12 MB) which will 0 U" v/ t6 |. H; U2 V4 ]2 R
allow you to store small files (such as scripts) inside the router without
$ |0 c& G8 D1 B3 X" f& I9 W- x7 j, aneeding to have a USB disk plugged in.  This space will survive reboot (but * _; d* s6 _; u8 y, l
it *MIGHT NOT survive firmware flashing*, so back it up first before flashing!).  
& ]& k/ o- X3 i0 V% yIt will also be available fairly early at boot (before USB disks).
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To enable this option, go to the Administration page, under the System tab.
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First time you enable JFFS, it must be formatted.  This can be done through
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JFFS requires a reboot to take effect.
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I do not recommend doing frequent writes to this area, as it will
, y, U8 `7 P; Pprematuraly wear out the flash storage.  This is a good place to
0 Q5 y4 c( v$ x, U# \put files that are written once like scripts or kernel modules, or / t0 e, `& U5 k( r% n
that rarely get written to (like once a day).  Storing files that : b* R* y0 _% T$ y. f
constantly get written to (like logfiles) is NOT recommended - use7 O& T1 }; |3 B( t% a, {, B, m6 O
a USB disk for that.
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& c- E" ^( J1 A# {2 Y* User scripts *
9 Y2 \! f( W4 ~. q! NThese are shell scripts that you can create, and which will be run when - o+ Q) n  U4 `; Z1 b- |. F
certain events occur.  Those scripts must be saved in /jffs/scripts/ 9 ^% j# M& J2 p/ Q* a2 h
(so, JFFS must be enabled and formatted).  Available scripts:& [/ b. C9 G$ Z' l8 ?8 h
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- services-start:  Services are started (boot), C5 n. P! i8 N5 C! R" O
- services-stop:  Services are stopped (reboot)6 H7 t; y, |: _
- wan-start:  WAN interface just come up (includes if it went down and back up)4 u) T4 t/ E# o, e9 C/ O
- firewall-start:  Firewall is started (filter rules have been applied)
. B+ O5 B4 o& @; y; G7 q- nat-start: nat rules (i.e. port forwards and such) have been applied (nat table)1 E1 n* u* _5 {% b; @0 t  D" Y9 V1 N7 D
- init-start:  Right after jffs is mounted, before any of the services get started
8 g' Y; l7 H# ?1 l* P& S- pre-mount:  Just before a partition is mounted.  Be careful with
# `% |, D6 s9 [  this script.  This is run in a blocking call and will block the mounting of the
2 i% I6 `* y7 E0 O. [$ \  partition  for which it is invoked till its execution is complete. This is done
- L/ U# y! ?% H) ~8 G  so that it can be used for things like running e2fsck on the partition before
$ @7 x, f, [6 Y; z  mounting. This script is also passed the device path being mounted as an
) B! ~: I, u8 i! a8 w  argument which can be used in the script using $1.
5 i. U# M7 u0 s$ D1 D- post-mount:  Just after a partition is mounted
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% V0 J; }0 {" P$ @Don't forget to set them as executable:3 h3 v3 Y$ m4 K3 V) k1 h
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& f) \. l  u7 {$ l) Z) e, qAnd like any Linux script, they need to start with a shebang:$ X2 x3 Z" W) S# D
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   #!/bin/sh; v8 o2 N: ~% C

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* WakeOnLan *
9 g+ d) }  f" a' g" d8 TThere's a WOL tab under the new Tools menu.  From there you can enter a6 {% H+ R( j& e* U% D- C# b6 }9 p
target computer's MAC address to send it a WakeOnLan packet.  You can also0 m: @& y# I/ Q3 E, s; e2 S
create a list of MAC addresses that will be stored in nvram, and on
4 M$ M4 t) e+ fwhich you can click afterward to wake up one of the listed computers, without ) w7 Z9 {# a& ~* E, l
having to remember their MAC addresses.
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* SSHD *
% }% a/ i* A9 {- S/ Q+ z0 ZSSH support (through Dropbear) was re-enabled.  Password-based login will use
7 Y4 x) V: {9 x" w8 G! x" Ithe same username and password as telnet/web access.  You can also optionally
, O3 F5 m* M8 N: binsert a RSA public key there for keypair-based authentication.  There + _; j; k! ]' p
is also an option to make ssh access available over WAN.
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* HTTPS management *
# [+ O. y# v  s) W6 YI re-enabled HTTPS access in the firmware.  From the Administration->System % w# e* I" T; N* y/ g" \/ J
page you can configure your router so it accepts connections on http, https 2 _" y5 g- d# j, W% m2 u
or both.  You can also change the https port to a different one / O, M- u7 i. v+ c, C& R( \
(default is 8443).8 F9 Q$ Z9 T( W- K, {) v% _) {

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* WPS button mode - toggle radio *
* T  Q* t' N9 IYou can configure the router so pressing the WPS button will 6 H* [# X3 q% j2 K5 _1 k; t
toggle the radio on/off instead of starting WPS mode.% v+ }' J- B  f6 s. Q, \4 \
The option to enable this feature can be found on the
# V1 y- W& w1 ~) YAdministration page, on the System tab.
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* Crond *% W2 k' j% S; |/ K
Crond will automatically start at boot time.  You can 2 B* j4 A" {' ?) x, O, D: w# ~
put your cron tasks in /var/spool/cron/crontabs/ .  The file ) `' H, g7 r0 B" r1 I
must be named "admin" as this is the name of the system user.
0 Y' Q: x8 e4 j# X6 V  B6 ZNote that this location resides in RAM, so you would have to
4 S7 |% P8 k" y( |& l0 m" L  ]' Kput your cron script somewhere such as in the jffs partition, 3 H8 R: |& A7 i' E3 }& V  q# G. c
and at boot time copy it to /var/spool/cron/crontabs/ using ; k8 o+ f! Y/ r) ], l
an init-start user script.
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* Traffic history saving *: k' b- Z. y# N' _5 m7 I* R: d
Under Tools -> Other Settings are options that will allow you
9 {" d  H: h+ B* xto save your traffic history to disk, preserving it between
8 Z1 n2 d2 d! l! ?router reboots (by default it is currently kept in RAM,
8 o/ ]* L% o* {so it will disappear when you reboot).
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7 J' N  D7 y% IYou can save it to a custom location (for ) R# \4 O( e9 |3 k
example, "/jffs/" if you have jffs enabled), or 2 P4 |% z3 R  |2 [4 ]
/mnt/sda1/ if you have a USB disk plugged in.$ Y6 v- V" v  ?, x* k7 v+ z% W
Save frequency is also configurable - it is recommended
7 r$ l& d( H+ [1 l# b2 K+ o, o6 Y, zto keep that frequency lower (for example, once a day) , g; r' R2 g, t
if you are saving to jffs, to reduce wearing out
) P) b, [/ @( w" k3 D2 uyour flash memory.  Make sure not to forget the trailing ; I1 Q2 g. f9 @, \5 k  s
slash ad the end of the path.
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Also, a new "Monthly" page has been added to the Traffic
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. Q# m- W& j( w, W+ XThis page will list the currently tracked network connections.8 p5 d4 ~) ~: w7 O8 Q0 U
You can enable name resolution for IPs on the Tools menu,
* O1 y6 [7 E7 T& E8 x2 xunder "Other Settings".  Note that name resolution can % m2 Y# C8 ^9 ^& _, k" R' n5 f
slow down the loading of this page, especially if you have / w# E$ ^- e) l
a lot of tracked connections (for instance while torrenting).
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# \2 S" V& x2 H0 v1 k* Adjust TCP/IP connection tracking settings ** r0 q" \/ Q1 l8 n/ K
Under Tools -> Other Settings there are various parameters & T, r8 F: Q" k! g4 `! ^' a
that lets you tweak the timeout values related to connection
, @7 ]& Y  W) x; Rtracking for TCP and UDP connections.  You should be careful with
$ P- o) X9 e7 b  ythose settings.  Most commonly, people will tweak the UDP timeout
7 C" L; x0 e' n2 {+ `' S% C0 wvalues to make them more VoIP-friendly, by using smaller timeouts.
) N. t' z- M; _" ]! _) v6 W( `Timeout values are in seconds.
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6 n3 w9 {+ ~- Q6 |" [, ^* Mounting remote CIFS shares on the router *
1 D" x: ]5 l/ }6 Y  vYou can mount remote SMB shares on your router.  The syntax will
& u  F0 _/ I7 m# Z4 o+ [be something like this:( _7 i" n/ e3 r

* I5 z/ k) T, [4 F) kmount \\\\192.168.1.100\\ShareName /cifs1 -t cifs -o "username=User,password=Pass"
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( j+ L6 c0 `7 f; m- z5 r* Dual WAN (EXPERIMENTAL) *8 m& \( T: E+ ~/ U
Asuswrt originally supports using a USB 3G/4G modem to use as a
4 m2 I4 {% r" Z" S5 Pfailover Internet connection.  Dual WAN is the next step, also : `' {) @; ?  h0 v3 H4 r9 ?
developped by Asus but left disabled so far in their official 5 S8 r0 `# j3 \
releases (probably because this is still work in progress).  
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The first improvement over USB failover is that it works not only
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on one of the LAN ports that you will select as the secondary WAN
/ ]# Z- W/ O3 Winterface.  The second difference is that in addition to failover ; |% u0 J, f3 }5 g
mode, Dual WAN also supports a load balancing mode, allowing
8 }" F1 N! j. O7 Q6 Ayou to share both connections at once.
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0 I) p- C& [$ M: w, lKeep in mind that Dual WAN is still an experimental feature, until
9 G: u# V8 {& X. D9 sthe time Asus finishes developping and testing it.  |% x" X2 s: z2 }& H
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* Disk Spindown when idle *
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to configure a timeout value (in seconds) on the Tools -> Other Settings ; y% S* v9 s, s, @" M
page.  Plugged hard drives will stop spinning after being inactive 6 ^  r' V4 q" Y' r
for that specified period of time.  Note that services like Download Master
# D' O. q, g- D! Nmight be generating background disk activity, preventing it from idling.
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  b8 U9 Q) D, {" ~8 |2 x/ H1 ~* OpenVPN (client and server) *3 y/ E+ c: C& W2 N# o2 [
OpenVPN is an SSL-based VPN technology that is provided as a
+ z( M0 V7 a# d- D$ e0 hsecure alternative to the PPTP VPN already included by Asus.  `9 l, o0 n5 E0 o4 e) ^) q" [
OpenVPN is far more secure and more flexible, however it is   s* u7 m$ u* K
not as easy to configure, and requires the installation of % _3 d( v" z5 [  j. F, n
a client software on your computer client.  The client
5 z. y9 M! E) ^$ i$ R* ncan be obtained through this download page:4 j4 H4 \# F& T

4 y' U& M3 a6 w8 m6 d5 Thttp://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source/downloads.html
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& V/ g9 C8 J! v8 x( c% S5 tExplaining the details of OpenVPN are beyond the scope of this * |+ U+ n* Q2 @, O5 Z
documentation, and I am in no way an expert on OpenVPN.
8 m& Q9 o' O' s# F9 hFortunately, there is a lot of available documentation and
/ i" X$ a/ y7 z/ CHowto guides out there.  I tried to stick to the same option . M& g' K5 j4 K& N9 J2 q
descriptions as used by Tomato, so about any guide written
; k' r* J/ q7 c; c  Ofor Tomato can easily be used to guide you on
; I" ~/ I* z4 ^; t/ }& NAsuswrt-Merlin.  For pointers, check the Wiki on the Asuswrt-Merlin
; f$ G. \! C" ?- v) B" H! M1 dGithub repository.
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Source code
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- t% }0 t  N' hThe source code with all my modifications can be found # A# j) e. P. C
on Github, at:8 J3 ]5 a8 ?& i4 ?2 @6 b& h
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https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin
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   - NEW: Report both rx and tx rates on wifi connections6 I1 P. Y1 U9 f, p
   - FIXED: Handle cases where the wireless driver returns a speed of -1
  M3 M# ~# F6 p/ m" e5 o   - FIXED: Removed rssi retrieval retries, as it would make the first access to
, |/ I9 D: H5 w" v0 m' v            the wireless page take forever if you had multiple connected clients.( m, _. o3 `- [0 e3 e5 h2 [+ @% [1 Z
            You will have to manually refresh the page the first time you access it
' O6 ]6 V7 l! q, M4 `8 _6 G            if the RSSI is reported as "??".
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   - NEW: Added OpenVPN logging verbosity setting (vpn_loglevel, must be9 f% H9 f. Q) w/ u  J- f  O
          manually set to a value between 0 and 15, with 3 being the default).- t, v+ p0 r3 g2 W) A/ S/ {
   - FIXED: Buffer overrun in init code that would crash the router when
, o* L& l, Y. Z% B, `            too many features were enabled at compile time.
9 @5 n7 A; Q# o* V) q% K   - FIXED: Re-enabled DualWAN (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U)9 E/ T0 N) O1 d" u
   - FIXED: Re-enabled Beceem (Wimax) support in RT-AC66U.3 ~3 h9 U- A3 j
   - FIXED: OpenVPN 'Start with WAN' and 'Respond to DNS' settings were
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   - FIXED: First time a client's rssi is polled it would return 0.# z/ c4 }: J% K3 N& g$ Y
   - FIXED: post-mount user script wasn't executed (regression in 220.17)" P  u, F+ ]' f9 Z& Y2 `3 t$ v
   - CHANGED: Added some info to the OpenVPN server and client pages.
% z0 d/ P* ^' x   - CHANGED: Improved load time of the VPN Status page.
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6 p2 p# a( n! J7 R# I3.0.0.4.220.17:( j& d5 W9 n" ~0 i6 N9 I
   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.4.220, which includes:
( k1 _# {! ~- Z" c* h            * Fixes to IPv6 6rd8 P# k- s9 B2 y; a
            * Fixes to AC66U Wifi + QoS9 ?" R; l8 L& q. h0 w4 m
            * AiCloud
9 s4 ~- m2 B0 G6 h; h0 O, u& v* O            * Interference mode once again enabled
8 L" r' ^$ R1 f# s7 j/ A  - NEW: Display last received rate and rssi for each clients on Wireless Log page.
- P/ |& i+ G' j! h0 E  - FIXED: dnsmasq not listening to DNS requests from OpenVPN clients
6 O% E. ?. }2 k. m3 P           if you had just enabled the option on the webui./ V! U, H" y$ N: e, M- d: q* M  ~
  - FIXED: PPTP clients not always showing on VPN Status page.
" {7 c  d+ e4 Q) w' s0 y  - CHANGED: Disabled DualWAN as it's currently broken in 220.
. p( `+ i, r; w9 z: X' e/ c% m  - CHANGED: Disabled Beceem Wimax support in RT-AC66U as it bricks
, s& Y) \" K6 o( \6 n8 V: R             the router.+ P6 A3 V- G$ \" D0 P3 Q: @* z
  - CHANGED: Removed firmware update checker to avoid accidental
9 |; x; [& ^2 S  j             revert to original FW.# z0 A: _# e2 b3 g7 P5 Q

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% c' V& C9 _+ c* g3.0.0.3.178.16 Beta:
; t% n+ {( O. y- k8 S   - NEW: (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U) Implemented OpenVPN, based on code written by% F1 C  q4 D! o3 v
          Keith Moyer (from the Tomato project).
1 }; K5 n! G4 E& z  Q" R   - NEW: Added crontab command! o( R- S! W2 `; N7 Y% n4 B
   - FIXED: (RT-AC66U) Would crash when accessing a LAN device through either
( [9 |* `7 r( t            VPN or the NAT Loopback (GRO is now disabled for that device)3 V7 O$ s$ Z7 d, v- X2 Y
   - FIXED: dnsmasq was listening to all interfaces by default, allowing ; S, M; ]% A; F% ^! ?2 o  m
            even dhcp requests to be serviced from the wan side if you
+ X; U4 U2 y0 L" ]( R5 m2 t$ Q- A# Q1 z( e            had the firewall disabled (Asus bug) (fixed by dev0id)3 K4 P9 ]- x& G4 K! C6 f4 ^1 }
   - FIXED: Default disk idle spindown now set to 0 (disabled).
  g6 ]" z7 Z3 Q, m- @. {* v$ F   - FIXED: Corrupted WOL list when using IE.
& ^. X* y$ L( ?  U! n: |   - CHANGED: Upgraded openssl to 1.0.0j.
- w  \. \0 y& O$ I6 b8 u, V/ W: X   - CHANGED: Included fully functional openssl command (will allow you to( E% e( S1 }2 b$ \% T; k, l) ^$ i
              create keypairs and certificates from the router).
9 a, g) x( u8 K8 I5 s8 ^   - CHANGED: Removed power adjustments from the Performance page, as they2 n+ M8 {+ l  a2 Q& g) q. i5 ]/ E3 x
              are redundant, and not as reliable.
3 ~3 v9 k4 R  ^6 X3 W# R' F   - CHANGED: (RT-N16) Disabled Dual WAN, as it exhibited many issues, and I , \- c4 J' X3 v* w+ G
              am unable to work on them without an actual router.
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, D, k0 A) E- l4 o3.0.0.3.178.15:
  E$ f8 S9 Q" Z' V# w8 C) w8 M' v" q   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.178.  Notable fixes by Asus:) ]! P: O. g! H6 h, p& s2 A
           * Radio turns back on based on schedule
- F. d# Z. g, c: T* k           * Reorganized QoS pages. N' H& C: \; W* ~) U
           * Turning WAN DHCP connection off will first release current DHCP lease: d% b" _7 s' t. X4 F5 p/ ?. Q
   - NEW: RT-AC66U officialy supported, with all the same features as the RT-N66U.3 b* h& O: N) [7 l( r: |. n& g
   - NEW: (RT-AC66U) Implemented JFFS support.  Limiting partition to 32 MB
! s( K1 p7 d2 l9 y- n  K          max, as using the whole 90+ MB available makes little sense for ; E# V* q: f. B* h, A$ c
          JFFS, and was also displaying some issues.
8 o# r) s# X4 r) E   - NEW: Added nat-start user script, as NAT rules get applied separately from+ w8 n% t7 O6 A# s) P& g( J* o2 x
          other firewall rules (firewall-start changes to the nat table are
5 w7 H- u$ }5 J$ r* u          being overwritten when the router starts NAT)/ {" p; o- d& F; M) P6 l- q* T
   - NEW: Added additional info to Sysinfo page
$ @. R2 Y) T" k/ m# @, y   - NEW: Added chroot applet3 S$ |' c& [3 U. q
   - NEW: Option to allow SSH access from WAN# z5 I. B2 w3 y4 F* o7 G0 Z5 O
   - NEW: Option to exclude specific devices from idle spindown
  J, F. g/ ^. \9 G8 l; k' \7 c   - FIXED: Performance page now uses the new Sysinfo API, and is now able& ?2 g. |" `3 {) o- {9 W" ^# q6 O
            to deal with cases where radios are disabled.
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1 K) {) \1 y1 @* P, ^. Z   - FIXED: Web server would crash for some people when accessing
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   - NEW: Spin down disks after (user-configurable) inactivity timeout
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3 g) `: Z. O+ ^" ]2 F   - NEW: System information page under the Tools menu.
& v. y0 I" |$ w1 a8 `2 k0 ]   - NEW: Station list on the Wireless Log page will now report associated
* a# O: S% }% p9 T          IP and hostnames (when possible).  L6 p* |# y$ C! }' j
   - CHANGED: Upgraded to MiniDLNA 1.0.25 (changelog:
! {1 q4 S/ d( J! Z6 ?              http://sourceforge.net/projects/minidlna/files/minidlna/1.0.25/): l2 |  K  |! _9 N5 Z. x! T
   - CHANGED: Better integration of the Run Cmd page.
6 j( a. @# _4 y$ H; R   - FIXED: Incorrect left menu rendering when under the Tools menu.
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3.0.0.3.162.13:
6 E  x1 c8 j9 O" K, y  a9 I   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.162.- `& c# A+ ?# u/ u) {$ ~/ M" y
   - CHANGED: Switched to WPS radio toggle code Asus added,$ W+ H% ^' k5 R/ x* M& U/ f
              now on the Administration -> System tab.9 G* Y; e9 w4 X  l2 r1 D2 `
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3.0.0.3.157.12 Beta:
9 j  M9 v8 A: MThis is based on unreleased Asus code, which they have & [3 K" p7 Z/ X  G4 J7 C
graciously provided me with.
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; V8 ^: m. t& q( W  k5 o. D; l   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.157.  Notable changes from Asus:
+ r% R8 |1 y2 t# H! ~      . IPv6 tunnel memory leak fixed  E6 J+ _' ?; e( t$ n% w0 C
      . They fixed many issues, making some of my patches
. F8 w( @' A1 z2 }! V& ^        no longer necessary, such as timezone DST, https auth, etc...
3 {5 p7 s# I6 J5 ?      . Upgraded radvd
4 K0 S5 x) a4 W   - NEW: Added link to the command shell page in Tools menu.  A3 S5 g! V1 T7 W7 Y4 z
   - NEW: (RT-N16) Enabled power settings (EXPERIMENTAL)
' o+ f: ?/ B) D) z   - NEW: Added "tee" command.4 a8 F( O# s) u) i5 X
   - FIXED: NAT loopback rules would actually NAT every lan to lan3 Z8 X$ b# S" T* G" V7 ^
            connections instead of only those needing the loopback( H) z& k7 c7 S+ Z5 B* L
            (bug in Asus's code).  Replaced with new code based on a
& W( ~- P  o8 O7 o+ J) K& ~* K0 ?            suggestion from Phuzi0n on the DD-WRT forums.7 p% s" n/ C. {. k9 C
   - FIXED: Accessing the WOL page would make it resend the last
4 l; l/ q% Y% ]' o/ P            WOL request.
( b' ^4 F4 O+ H1 r( f4 y   - FIXED: 'cru' was using 'root' instead of 'admin'
1 I6 v  L1 J! m2 q/ U   - CHANGED: Re-enabled Dual WAN (EXPERIMENTAL)
" L( b) t6 _* ^2 I   - CHANGED: Made tracked connections load async from rest of the page
/ h. j; i' z$ Y4 V- N( F% u' F- H- u# ~   - CHANGED: Increased hostname width on Connection status page% Z: M7 L9 y* P* V# Q& [# _
   - CHANGED: Improved WOL page functionality.4 P" d& I% i! V6 b% V8 S. B

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3 }3 L/ A7 ]0 }! N0 O( p3.0.0.3.144.11 Beta:
: ~1 N' G/ n' j; T+ L! @) k   - NEW: Name field added to DHCP reservation list
5 R& c9 T2 K% k8 J% D9 t   - NEW: Webui option to enable resolving IPs on the Connections tab
; `$ P" w. `" n  `4 P- d   - NEW: Store a list of computer MACs to use as WOL targets
& M) Y6 _, t# J0 P0 }   - CHANGED: Increased dhcp options from 32 to 128 characters
! s0 r2 S" |8 H# z   - FIXED: Brought max PPTPD password lenght back to 32 chars (Asus had reduced
8 w+ U7 D. g8 ^! J+ n- t     it to 16 in recent versions)& A5 I: _" z! X* n- x
   - FIXED: Retrieve dhcpc options for the correct wan interface
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3.0.0.3.144.10:
) I) F- Q% K- B6 c- z8 o   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.144.9 G( C2 l) }( Q) h$ h
   - NEW: Support for 64K NVRAM enabled.  ***First flash will
( `3 b& |2 z$ S) n. Y          wipe out ALL your settings!  And you cannot restore + c) m0 {5 w4 `' s  X4 |4 w3 D
          from saved settings - you must manually reconfigure
$ w' K6 g; s, j) {" F0 d2 ]+ D          everything.  Be warned!***
* M  T) T' {  O   - NEW: Enabled support for Broadcom Wimax devices8 Z$ z4 g" G* H7 k0 ^- A1 X0 x
   - NEW: Added cifs kernel module (for mounting remote SMB shares)
5 C, L4 k  [1 a3 j   - NEW: Added layer7 iptables matching
% \# W5 I, b' e   - NEW: Added user-options for DHCP on the WAN page
  A) \% q6 B& C9 j0 |7 g   - FIXED: Router crashing when connecting to it over Wifi
3 g! k, k+ x* M3 @) k4 B            and running the newer QoS code (disabled GRO)
/ d& T# ?- S9 R4 d   - FIXED: Router crashing when connecting to a network 7 \6 b0 V/ A- z
            device behind the router from over a VPN( P- d: R" j( T/ C* O
            connection (disabled GRO).$ ]& x( x, s& y# P0 q6 I# ?
   - FIXED: Incorrect timezone set unless enabling2 j$ [, J3 t' Z* _  _# Y
            manual DST.  g$ w! N; S& U) t: c

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   - NEW: Enabled new Dual WAN support from Asus2 w8 M" e! h- W6 ^5 d  }& X7 O# c8 q
   - FIXED: no-ip DDNS entry would revert to Asus DDNS on webui
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- ]% P3 |( h% ]- P*** Reverting to factory defaults BEFORE and AFTER flashing9 g8 N8 f. a+ M4 W9 u
this version is strongly recommended!  The newer Asus code base * E0 U2 t1 v( F5 |+ {6 t8 p
seems to have changed quite a few settings, so you'll want to
9 x' u4 Q0 Z" T5 N0 ynot only start with the new default values, but also get rid
, ~1 m0 C9 ]# f4 }of obsolete settings.  Otherwise you will be wasting a
% r* l* J: E3 x: xgood amount of the limited available nvram. ***- j$ \& d, ^$ x! U# U( n$ i
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   - KNOWN ISSUE: Memory leak when using IPv6 (bug in Asus's code % `1 A! T2 M; _
                  and/or kernel code)
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   - KNOWN ISSUE: PPTP VPN can randomly reboot the router if accessing , ?  H! n9 X" f& A, q
                  a LAN device behind the router.  Workaround is to 7 ^# q! W* A4 c; Z4 O5 u% ~
                  use an IP range outside of the local LAN
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                  set your VPN to use the VPN tunnel as default 7 Q" y. m+ s5 D
                  gateway, or manually add a route to your VPN % ?6 ?4 b" P3 Z( ?6 e) I
                  client.
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9 A) _( F" C5 }$ t9 i, ?   - NEW: Rebased patches on 3.0.0.4.130 (RT-N53U sources).
" F  q, M2 F; \6 b) |          Build 130 brings various code changes to IPv6, not sure 3 I8 Z8 X% c' B) D& Q0 w( G' B+ T
          what else (as I have no changelog between 112 and 130).
" n" E1 V7 g& y1 r          The QoS code remains from build 108, as build 130 is
- L$ N2 R  f5 ]5 s- q& ]          unstable.- w, G7 \5 J  y& B
   - NEW: Added "diff" utility
* U: I& S' f8 N   - NEW: Keyword-based filter (new in 130)
2 m" a3 z( t) ]   - FIXED: Firmware/settings can now be uploaded over HTTPS
/ B' V" P! e, H9 N" x; H% ^: m9 @            (bug fixed by Asus)
  }9 ]$ E9 P' O2 w/ g  \+ N  a* @   - FIXED: Buffer overflow in networkmap that would cause garbled
6 {1 y% B4 j. j5 X% \: O: \2 q            device names to appear on the clists list (bug in  N$ G: r0 Q! g! m. m$ t
            Asus's code)
8 ]' d* n( n/ l+ {: ]   - FIXED: Firewall would break when applying a game preset that 7 \" w7 s# R- H/ o# s0 N3 u
            had multiple ports separated by a "," (bug in Asus's) c8 _" M" Y- J1 h" ^
            code)
* m) {1 N, T3 m: K3 T) j  M2 t8 R   - FIXED: WOL through webui wasn't working when IPv6 is enabled
2 k% @+ [% B! V/ u: @   - FIXED: Memory leak in sit.ko (backported from Linux 2.6.25.3), Z& f' y1 l- v6 N% ]
   - IMPROVED: /jffs/scripts/ will be created automatically if it
2 [& J( e" `3 s- i4 V. D               doesn't exist (you must still make any new script 9 T3 E9 {! |. Y0 [. S* N
               executable using "chmod a+rx script_filename")
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3.0.0.3.108.7:
! ]% g5 d5 `! W2 k   - NEW: Added no-ip.com support to DDNS (patch submitted by Igor Pavlov)9 @# @( _, a9 O" v
   - NEW: Added webui page under System Log to display active/tracked
7 F* V9 M6 G& c3 u          network connections.
. G3 i( `( v, ]7 R8 l   - NEW: Added netstat-nat command.
  z" D4 P) X8 V- h0 a   - NEW: Added pre-mount and post-mount user scripts (patch submitted by
; \5 [$ P1 W$ l% i# ?/ V          Shantanu Goel)
* }' v& @( H0 n* D# l4 R2 j- k   - NEW: Allows tweaking TCP/UDP connection tracking timeouts! {' k5 u# r4 q2 P# C, O  |' Q9 q
   - FIXED: Removed check in Asus's code that would reject txpower > 80
* O9 {) G% C% I1 I( Z            unless you clicked three times on Apply (?!).& e8 D# U% @, f- N' M. H2 a& I
            NOTE: Still not sure power setting even works, as I get
* h3 j: }+ }: L% I0 T            -80db from the other end of the house no matter if I use
7 P& ^. ^5 M( B            40 or 500 mW.! ^' J# e' P% _
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( Q: c& J/ m, u" j3.0.0.3.108.6:
# I" T1 G& L7 p* ~, F0 Q7 J   - NEW: HTTP access list (backported from build 112)
6 G; N3 P- U5 e   - NEW: PPTP VPN encryption options (backported from build 112)
9 d1 W" w5 Q+ S   - FIXED: Traffic history location was't properly saved
' R) Z9 a3 K3 m5 ~# B" m            when changed in webui.
# g1 i9 a& x8 p9 {8 R) I   - FIXED: Disabled traffic history saving to nvram for now,
% P- s. t/ `0 g" ~! D$ r0 L8 X            to avoid people accidentally filling their limited nvram space.
4 K6 H( g( }5 P/ J   - FIXED: Missing bottom pixels from the bottom of General menu
6 e% q% `3 {2 J( D0 E2 X" A   - FIXED: Removed invalid CSS attribute
, Y1 }- a! A. z% A   - FIXED: typo in VPN iptables entries (bug in Asus's code)+ k0 Y2 i, ~$ s% P$ ?2 b

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3.0.0.3.108.5:# m$ g6 E3 i7 Y% d
   - NEW: Crond starts at boot time.* W; u- X4 @7 n$ W
   - NEW: init-start is a new user script that will be run early on
7 Q8 c3 [% e1 n+ x8 q          at boot time (right after jffs is mounted, and before any : x- I" [: f8 U) Z
          service gets started)) v8 _" M/ |/ v; A. i' ^
  - NEW: Can save traffic history to a custom location (USB or
7 l9 Y3 u) ]' L  p         JFFS, for instance) to preserve it between reboots.
) {# o4 X& N7 H. W  - NEW: Added Monthly traffic page (ported from Tomato)
, g: h/ ^/ V. H. B  - NEW: Added the Performance Tuning page (with temperature).
; v' D; ?( @% J" Z) g  - FIXED: Webui authentication was bypassed by the web server (bug in( J* Y7 N( {9 j1 }! D3 P
           Asus's code)" k/ Y8 B; ]4 @) ^* O
  - FIXED: Httpd crash when uploading a FW or settings file over
7 K" Z7 |5 g& d5 J6 O6 F           https - should simply fail now.  For now you have to
* F/ l# h& r) u9 b; ~$ B           use http for flashing the FW or restoring your settings+ H2 B3 `& p$ l# {" z+ `$ l0 i
           from a saved config file.% [- ^; F% e1 S1 M6 H; e
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   - NEW: Clicking on the MAC address of an unidentified client will do a lookup in
6 t! M2 A* L2 @2 y  P          the OUI database (ported from DD-WRT).
  k4 t, x5 ~' F& \   - NEW: Added HTTPS access to web interface (configurable under Administration)* c7 r) b; g, g* O3 C! ~
   - NEW: Option to turn the WPS button into a radio on/off toggle (under Administration)
0 @" Z  u$ q6 i7 _  \' V# E   - FIXED: sshd would start even if disabled
6 U+ D+ r& o* V   - CHANGE: Switched back to wol, as people report better compatibility with it.
% }& G% y8 o& a+ D" Z5 i             ether-wake remains available over Telnet.4 p& u9 o2 I* H1 w% Z' V7 _" Q( a

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# }/ p4 e2 J1 K0 D3.0.0.3.108.3:
' Z# r- h: A; N+ P5 O8 _   - NEW: JFFS support (mounted under /jffs)
) l" I& x+ y2 x: J  L1 U2 K1 G   - NEW: services-start, services-stop, wan-start and firewall-start user scripts,0 S! [. X: {2 k0 @
          must be located in /jffs/scripts/ .3 X, P. |- ]3 R  |" _
   - NEW: SSHD support$ u* H, Q/ N% ?( `
   - IMPROVED: Fleshed out this documentation, updated Contact info with SNB forum URL
, B* g4 r5 h- B* `# W" J   - CHANGE: Removed wol binary, and switched to ether-wake (from busybox) instead.& e: y/ z$ h" r3 O0 \" r
   - CHANGE: Added "Merlin build" next to the firmware version on web interface.+ L) C" F! W/ x; c: k) k' t' c' ]

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! |7 X) Q! S0 i4 b% T  `+ \" e9 b3.0.0.3.108.2:& H4 u$ G; u9 D
   - NEW: Added WakeOnLan web page
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/ [! s; h+ {( u3 K/ ]3.0.0.3.108.1:) \$ G( {6 g! J) ^
   - Initial release.4 j# g  l+ Q4 ~" z
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$ {) v$ F! z6 l4 i; S8 Q. w4 j6 K. [Contact information; L9 |3 q* j; s/ C- H% c0 ^
-------------------, J3 s3 G. F6 F. p2 U  i
SmallNetBuilder forums (preferred method: http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/showthread.php?t=7047 as RMerlin)
1 R/ F9 b7 k/ y) wAsus Forums (http://vip.asus.com/forum/topic.aspx?board_id=11&model=RT-N66U%20(VER.B1)&SLanguage=en-us) as RMerlin.4 C( G( J9 U: d9 c& \
Website: http://www.lostrealm.ca/
7 T+ R: ^9 u" K3 {) KGithub: https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin
: {" @; F0 y  F' KEmail: rmerl@lostrealm.ca' x8 |( {3 f" `" l9 v
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RMerlinDev+ H4 g3 R. b' ]# Y2 s. x! v% ^: B
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Development news will be posted on Twitter.  You can also keep a closer eye 0 K; y: Q& w$ l# F' C
on development as it happens through the Github site.+ u, o% J- e+ ]- F" ~

! s# ?) d7 @" _# N( Z5 j3 FFor support question, plese use the SmallNetBuilder forums whenever possible, I regularily 9 J1 h" W8 ~+ S! D5 z8 _* S
post there (in the Asus Wireless section).
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Drop me a note if you are using this firmware and are enjoying it.  If you really like it and want
( n2 H" W" k$ R' h" J0 Q9 A8 zto give more than a simple "Thank you", there is also a Paypal donation button on my website.
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I want to give my special thanks to Asus for showing an interest in this project,
* g- S! Q8 D: w; c5 a7 X% M- Wand also providing me with support when needed.  Also, thank you everyone who has ! C- J: L5 M8 Q
donated through Paypal.  Much appreciated!2 f$ j& i; P9 j' U! z. W5 ?/ P
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--- 3 U9 A  n# l8 P8 ~, j
Eric Sauvageau
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发表于 2012-10-11 18:05:37 | 显示全部楼层
谢谢,正好有个N16,刷机试试效果。

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文件很大,功能也很强大。你试试谢谢体验。呵呵  详情 回复 发表于 2012-10-11 18:30
 楼主| 发表于 2012-10-11 18:30:16 | 显示全部楼层
zhuanghong 发表于 2012-10-11 18:05
( x6 k- U, f, T2 }9 C# m0 z, b谢谢,正好有个N16,刷机试试效果。

1 j" V( x8 X( r: d文件很大,功能也很强大。你试试谢谢体验。呵呵
发表于 2012-10-12 00:42:05 | 显示全部楼层
好的,周末有空我刷下试试。
发表于 2012-10-12 22:17:40 | 显示全部楼层
这个只有顶一个了
, W: I( S) v7 r+ F) R3 i没有这个机器
发表于 2012-10-19 13:33:04 | 显示全部楼层
谢谢“YES东”!管理员!. T7 ~5 w* A7 ^& `; w& x
今天刚买一台N16,明天到货后刷刷试试!!
发表于 2012-12-5 13:38:04 | 显示全部楼层
不知道具体怎么样。
发表于 2013-1-7 10:55:39 | 显示全部楼层
谢谢!RT-N16刚刚到手,准备折腾……
发表于 2013-8-8 13:33:46 | 显示全部楼层
暂时无法双拨,等更换宽带后再看看
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