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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:  e" ?; E4 ?6 w  o
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  Rebased on 220, includes AiCloud; added wifi client stats
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/ x- X: v- q) aAsuswrt-Merlin - build 3.0.0.4.220.18b (24-Sept-2012)+ |4 u  |# ~0 U: c2 {$ S) X
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Asuswrt is the firmware developped by Asus for their newer routers.  They are
: S  b. V" Y6 J5 W' j& E. |also porting it to some of their older models, like the RT-56U and RT-N16.  
$ l! \$ [7 D5 Z3 g+ QWhile originally based on Tomato-RT, Asus has disabled some of the 0 g) d7 V: w! c3 ~
original Tomato features, and added others.* Z! [  B, U9 Q% p0 R/ K; O
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Asuswrt-merlin is a customized version, which I am developping.
$ E% g7 E! w8 z2 SThe goal is to do some bugfixes and minor enhancements to Asus's firmware, + j$ N; n* O* X0 ~' ~
without targeting at full-blown advanced featuresets such as provided by
0 T* J) \& G& A8 a0 M! T. a* i* G# gexcellent projects like Tomato or DD-WRT.  Some of the features
( ^) f. A% L/ S( O( I, lthat had been disabled by Asus have also been re-enabled.
2 t; P3 |' a# N5 N8 q0 h0 b$ IThis aims to be a more restrained alternative for those who prefer to stay 4 `5 v* Y0 `9 E4 [% `7 E! X* w
closer to the original firmware, with limited risks of seeing new
. r6 X/ k3 }- b) g! I/ Hfeatures bring in new stability issues.  I value stability over 0 x# c( L/ h7 _% m
performance, and performance over features.
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8 F- \* k; Y5 y$ k/ l  }Supported Devices
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* R6 F( b& e9 A+ B$ J. s1 LSupported devices are:
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These devices have experimental support (because I don't own one to test it):
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Features
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1 Z. U8 r' m. I2 e; iHere is a list of features that Asuswrt-merlin brings over the original firmware:
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- Based on the source code of release 3.0.0.4.220! S' q. n$ ~! t4 Y
- Various bugfixes (like the crash on VPN/NAT Loopback access of LAN devices)1 x% V( `* u( K3 n0 O! {
- WakeOnLan web interface (with user-entered preset targets)
0 G: @3 T6 E0 O8 C0 h7 N2 S- Persistent JFFS partition
$ e5 z  }; [  L! ?" `7 J- User scripts that run on specific events
8 v; v" H: v2 \) T" G+ P% ~- SSHD (through dropbear)5 Q# E- Y1 B2 t8 h. n
- HTTPS web interface
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- Clicking on the MAC address of an unidentified client will do a lookup in( i2 Q* C% C: B8 e# b2 l
  the OUI database (ported from DD-WRT).! @7 c  c* {/ d
- Optionally turn the WPS button into a radio enable/disable switch2 w1 H8 F, l7 T6 \+ g
- Optionally save traffic stats to disk (USB or JFFS partition)
4 r" }" ?, r& o; p( s; B- Display monthly traffic reports
( ]$ [0 N( w" x! r8 a& S9 o; @- Display active/tracked network connections- V. g7 v9 `# N' T( i  M. ~
- Allows tweaking TCP/UDP connection tracking timeouts  R  y- u2 p0 o3 S1 v% `4 u
- CIFS client support (for mounting remote SMB share on the router)
2 _; m& L; ^/ v* W( {3 p5 }* H- @+ [- Layer7 iptables matching
0 @, c1 \2 J3 q  a- User-defined options for WAN DHCP queries (required by some ISPs)
' y# Y" k" b$ f) ]- a% J9 o* z- Name field on the DHCP reservation list3 y; n' }3 l+ K/ e0 V" O$ M( M
- Improved NAT loopback (based on code from phuzi0n from the DD-WRT forums)) e- W, ^9 L* g* e
- Dual WAN support (both failover and load
8 ]3 i, c. x- |0 P- B  balancing supported) (EXPERIMENTAL) (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U)
5 {/ A$ G4 g) }+ B) g8 d- Disk spindown after user-configurable inactivity timeout; ^: F* j1 Y, @! A1 x7 {) |8 q% y
- System info summary page
6 W) S, u3 L( C& v8 K# g! b+ n# f- Wireless client IP, hostname, rate and rssi on the Wireless Log page. \7 r8 C6 s8 V5 U; n  f/ `1 L
- OpenVPN client and server, based on code originally written by. Z0 V0 E9 b3 i2 \7 ^3 O# h( Y
  Keith Moyer for Tomato and reused with his 1 M4 B: I7 {& y: P) n  W% E
  permission. (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U); u$ M& s' J* u' l% P- }' o- d' Y

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Installation3 j1 N/ o0 B7 z4 ?- E' G
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/ l. P0 e/ W, M! U/ I. [Simply flash it like any regular update.  You should not need to reset to 0 o/ G7 X9 `- W3 ?) v. M* D( C
factory defaults, unless coming from a version that used a different
" E0 }! ], c% R2 K4 R0 f; e( Xnvram size.  You can revert back to an original Asus firmware at any time just( v& V! c: F" J( W  b: l( d! n, O
by flashing one.
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first time you flash a 64KB-enabled firmware (such as Asuswrt-merlin) it 9 @( @( g+ S- t# D6 L$ u# X* a
will wipe ALL your current settings and revert back to factory default!  c7 ?+ c9 x- p$ f# [
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* JFFS *1 O1 `6 X  `3 x9 ]
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allow you to store small files (such as scripts) inside the router without 7 `; ?7 U. @$ A3 C0 ?
needing to have a USB disk plugged in.  This space will survive reboot (but . V1 _6 S3 i" G/ b% D( l
it *MIGHT NOT survive firmware flashing*, so back it up first before flashing!).  
1 P0 q' ]! w/ r. k6 OIt will also be available fairly early at boot (before USB disks).) }: |5 N& E% s$ l

2 L  _! e: o! t# h  M9 TTo enable this option, go to the Administration page, under the System tab.
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/ W* _  i8 i+ L. u# mFirst time you enable JFFS, it must be formatted.  This can be done through
% r- S- p( r* F" ?) qthe web page, same page where you enable it.  Enabling/Disabling/Formating
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I do not recommend doing frequent writes to this area, as it will
; A/ S6 R9 W* o+ F6 G- ~6 uprematuraly wear out the flash storage.  This is a good place to
* G& F# z% a# t/ t+ e  tput files that are written once like scripts or kernel modules, or
. ?! g9 g2 k) O5 b/ P6 {" L2 othat rarely get written to (like once a day).  Storing files that
0 u1 V4 Z) b8 A! V9 jconstantly get written to (like logfiles) is NOT recommended - use
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5 e: a& R! I/ G, ~- ]* _% BThese are shell scripts that you can create, and which will be run when 8 b& D! u% J! j5 d1 G! S
certain events occur.  Those scripts must be saved in /jffs/scripts/
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0 \5 B% U! z+ Y* r) ]8 l- services-start:  Services are started (boot)3 N) G& J$ \2 J
- services-stop:  Services are stopped (reboot)  j+ U* G# }" h4 _
- wan-start:  WAN interface just come up (includes if it went down and back up)
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- nat-start: nat rules (i.e. port forwards and such) have been applied (nat table)
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- pre-mount:  Just before a partition is mounted.  Be careful with . E4 W  W5 D- l" \5 |+ H) E# ~
  this script.  This is run in a blocking call and will block the mounting of the ( R9 S& ?/ B) J* s2 `& T4 j
  partition  for which it is invoked till its execution is complete. This is done
7 ?& W" a* n2 j% `  so that it can be used for things like running e2fsck on the partition before
5 y; d7 y  b9 N; G$ S; B- j  mounting. This script is also passed the device path being mounted as an 8 [' T) A& u& v1 s8 E8 J  y5 ?! L
  argument which can be used in the script using $1.. Q  l& V) ~0 |
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& V! x( K: _% Q0 s+ z5 e# o   chmod a+rx /jffs/scripts/*
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4 F5 E: ~# ]' D! JAnd like any Linux script, they need to start with a shebang:2 E0 k- L5 g4 K% J6 U$ ]

3 G4 V2 c+ a2 d. ^; i( G% F: t   #!/bin/sh# w& H1 A/ p0 z! H4 m
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* WakeOnLan *
9 e( {6 H* {. K0 i" JThere's a WOL tab under the new Tools menu.  From there you can enter a
; r# k9 `9 f3 {4 G" i8 Utarget computer's MAC address to send it a WakeOnLan packet.  You can also; ?( U3 r: Q( I3 u
create a list of MAC addresses that will be stored in nvram, and on* S, S' g* s" _
which you can click afterward to wake up one of the listed computers, without ! K: ~7 j2 _% |: G" [
having to remember their MAC addresses.
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SSH support (through Dropbear) was re-enabled.  Password-based login will use . l) K0 g. w' e6 i- s
the same username and password as telnet/web access.  You can also optionally
! t' ?; q/ |  q0 @' V% @insert a RSA public key there for keypair-based authentication.  There
& R1 L: Q) s8 ^: l8 k: Sis also an option to make ssh access available over WAN.
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0 L+ T( ~: d2 @, p* HTTPS management *
* _! ~9 O: s6 F& n2 o$ w, A+ A. m; a, yI re-enabled HTTPS access in the firmware.  From the Administration->System
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or both.  You can also change the https port to a different one
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You can configure the router so pressing the WPS button will / c% ]7 B, f; C; ~0 Y$ F! c# @
toggle the radio on/off instead of starting WPS mode.
7 X& }1 b% t0 V" ^1 K3 TThe option to enable this feature can be found on the
# o" v9 J# o' _4 w6 SAdministration page, on the System tab.% {5 u6 B# _7 S9 h$ [: q
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Crond will automatically start at boot time.  You can
4 ?  k( z2 G9 S0 p. Kput your cron tasks in /var/spool/cron/crontabs/ .  The file . {, |( J( o3 P3 t# J( _/ t
must be named "admin" as this is the name of the system user.- {% K; W; u) e' |+ {
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put your cron script somewhere such as in the jffs partition,
( J. w! d1 ]' P7 hand at boot time copy it to /var/spool/cron/crontabs/ using
( H5 s. v; v2 C& Wan init-start user script." d* R5 I( z7 y; p0 Z; m

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Under Tools -> Other Settings are options that will allow you # ?: U- W$ n6 p* c: B5 j6 D. H
to save your traffic history to disk, preserving it between # X# Z3 [9 @  ^4 p* S% A" `5 N
router reboots (by default it is currently kept in RAM,
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' F, J8 j) I4 y; e* L" I6 tYou can save it to a custom location (for 7 m' P8 V7 Y# V; O) h8 d  e) C8 i
example, "/jffs/" if you have jffs enabled), or
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Save frequency is also configurable - it is recommended 3 W/ e' w' ^% Q& j+ [+ y6 M, o
to keep that frequency lower (for example, once a day) - B0 T, f' X2 w
if you are saving to jffs, to reduce wearing out 9 r) T3 M! f" L  X$ O& e
your flash memory.  Make sure not to forget the trailing 8 ~6 o4 m) K, W0 H
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7 Y" w* g, h" f* W3 e+ T6 \' lThere is a new tab under System Log called "Connections".5 j  d: E( a: N' [5 m$ j5 G
This page will list the currently tracked network connections.
8 e; v) e, O  I4 p2 u; U4 XYou can enable name resolution for IPs on the Tools menu,0 l9 ?; L, ?* l, Z
under "Other Settings".  Note that name resolution can
0 w: u) \3 `( u$ t, Zslow down the loading of this page, especially if you have
) v4 V& ]7 b' j5 O( ]a lot of tracked connections (for instance while torrenting).
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* Adjust TCP/IP connection tracking settings *
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that lets you tweak the timeout values related to connection
" o+ v9 h9 w3 X* _' Mtracking for TCP and UDP connections.  You should be careful with
0 @- w% x0 _! G3 N' L7 Z+ u2 g# tthose settings.  Most commonly, people will tweak the UDP timeout 8 L/ Z0 p0 A9 h6 U" l
values to make them more VoIP-friendly, by using smaller timeouts.) ?2 E% l1 Y! L2 U
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* Mounting remote CIFS shares on the router *
* o: C2 d' I% |9 |) hYou can mount remote SMB shares on your router.  The syntax will % `3 c+ `# q' s, g# W* c5 b$ _
be something like this:
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7 g. c# c" A8 A4 b. X, q2 Bmount \\\\192.168.1.100\\ShareName /cifs1 -t cifs -o "username=User,password=Pass", V# x: `' q' Z* T

. ]; y: |' g) n* `2 H9 y" H7 ^(backslashes must be doubled.)
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Asuswrt originally supports using a USB 3G/4G modem to use as a 5 v: t9 x* B7 e' @% ~( B/ l7 |! S
failover Internet connection.  Dual WAN is the next step, also + G' p7 Z! o  n% K* K& Q' X( }
developped by Asus but left disabled so far in their official 7 [1 p# w8 U: u7 v( h
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 2 B1 E) C; \5 L( S) s
interface.  The second difference is that in addition to failover
+ o9 Y9 k  o7 ^5 v1 I1 Rmode, Dual WAN also supports a load balancing mode, allowing 4 |, z# j# g$ P  E% z9 Y8 s- X
you to share both connections at once.
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( Q9 m+ K' Q1 i8 I9 }: G5 Q+ r. d# K! g2 RKeep in mind that Dual WAN is still an experimental feature, until
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  x: `  g' u2 a* Disk Spindown when idle *
! X4 J8 `/ `5 L' c1 l' J5 k5 NJeff Gibbons's sd-idle-2.6 has been added to the firmware, allowing you ' j7 P/ ?2 y8 m  d  ~2 A
to configure a timeout value (in seconds) on the Tools -> Other Settings
+ g. M6 w$ e9 P( v; `& Upage.  Plugged hard drives will stop spinning after being inactive 2 P) S5 G) O& S+ }" U1 Q5 e0 U
for that specified period of time.  Note that services like Download Master
1 a1 [7 j" O. F3 Z! t" emight be generating background disk activity, preventing it from idling., E0 |: F! a3 f2 r+ A! n6 P
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2 `; p, i" k" V4 L* OpenVPN (client and server) *
# I4 w* L4 ?2 k- @8 _' |: pOpenVPN is an SSL-based VPN technology that is provided as a 7 [% e% I2 V  U# U3 I
secure alternative to the PPTP VPN already included by Asus.
$ ]# h' d. p; A' m3 nOpenVPN is far more secure and more flexible, however it is 1 I, W0 F. l$ d/ ]* }! s
not as easy to configure, and requires the installation of # |7 Q+ p- U7 J) O
a client software on your computer client.  The client
, q; z' \0 L% @can be obtained through this download page:
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8 o  k4 r" y" jhttp://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source/downloads.html
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4 Q' O9 _: _1 v- S$ I/ }Explaining the details of OpenVPN are beyond the scope of this
9 z0 r& b& W- `' cdocumentation, and I am in no way an expert on OpenVPN.
* {  b9 _! `# d' @, lFortunately, there is a lot of available documentation and - z9 ^5 x  a& b  v. c
Howto guides out there.  I tried to stick to the same option
6 @0 {2 d" @3 h2 a/ Mdescriptions as used by Tomato, so about any guide written
5 l* K& W( h& D& @7 X6 mfor Tomato can easily be used to guide you on   P1 g0 |( H5 _1 l. P: P/ Y
Asuswrt-Merlin.  For pointers, check the Wiki on the Asuswrt-Merlin 8 q9 @* x& R0 O% _; E0 @
Github repository.
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3.0.0.4.220.18b:4 }$ ~, p: {0 h; d6 l) S
   - NEW: Report both rx and tx rates on wifi connections# ?9 M$ u5 D: V0 z: {) ~
   - FIXED: Handle cases where the wireless driver returns a speed of -1
+ t" F/ b) C; Z# C% X4 [  E   - FIXED: Removed rssi retrieval retries, as it would make the first access to
$ d% `, f6 G3 d% e9 E            the wireless page take forever if you had multiple connected clients.9 L$ i* Z4 c, v# m- y) B
            You will have to manually refresh the page the first time you access it
, f7 S- Q7 \+ D            if the RSSI is reported as "??".
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  P- y* E8 w; |* ?3.0.0.4.220.18:3 u6 M" l2 }# O( Q4 X8 n/ b) ~! F
   - NEW: Added OpenVPN logging verbosity setting (vpn_loglevel, must be
7 c* u7 B1 ]* u' b3 ]% o  h          manually set to a value between 0 and 15, with 3 being the default).
, T1 H- P/ b7 x   - FIXED: Buffer overrun in init code that would crash the router when
% d2 @- a6 z" a" G7 E            too many features were enabled at compile time.) l- U' y0 B9 O7 u9 }8 M
   - FIXED: Re-enabled DualWAN (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U)  C1 [6 v* i- F4 w
   - FIXED: Re-enabled Beceem (Wimax) support in RT-AC66U.2 C  d8 W% ^0 B, D6 q. `
   - FIXED: OpenVPN 'Start with WAN' and 'Respond to DNS' settings were & {1 w5 I6 i" `4 P4 {9 e- F
            not properly saved.
7 I. B, [6 Q( Q, Z! W4 X   - FIXED: First time a client's rssi is polled it would return 0.8 d2 i- j  F1 E' U
   - FIXED: post-mount user script wasn't executed (regression in 220.17)
  E3 g9 T; Y6 v0 G0 H   - CHANGED: Added some info to the OpenVPN server and client pages.& N) I) r7 @/ }. C
   - CHANGED: Improved load time of the VPN Status page.$ s2 `, _& s" e# O0 o

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9 E6 ]* A3 D: {: v3.0.0.4.220.17:
! l9 }' e. L9 v2 Y/ E0 F) b  T0 ^   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.4.220, which includes:
1 k* \' G/ E1 p! ^            * Fixes to IPv6 6rd
' O2 f% z% |! I! f' R            * Fixes to AC66U Wifi + QoS
" ]$ [( |6 s" }2 _            * AiCloud
6 r$ i2 t8 w0 O1 d; i4 e            * Interference mode once again enabled% h; d/ C9 U& Q' d) W" g+ x
  - NEW: Display last received rate and rssi for each clients on Wireless Log page.$ \, H1 L, _4 ?3 k  b
  - FIXED: dnsmasq not listening to DNS requests from OpenVPN clients
& w$ K& r$ t5 d6 b# ?4 i( u           if you had just enabled the option on the webui.% n2 a8 [. ~" @  y  W7 x7 ^# H
  - FIXED: PPTP clients not always showing on VPN Status page.
" P0 a) X5 Z% ]* |$ a' L  - CHANGED: Disabled DualWAN as it's currently broken in 220.
. e, W9 K; X0 R# e! l* `  Q& u, r  - CHANGED: Disabled Beceem Wimax support in RT-AC66U as it bricks
1 }7 c5 {# |: m/ l( _' a; n- _             the router.% T4 `& E- X$ X& y  @
  - CHANGED: Removed firmware update checker to avoid accidental- Y* n" g! l( a
             revert to original FW.- ~% B. p  A6 ^7 q

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3.0.0.3.178.16 Beta:
4 c/ r# X% E$ I* F   - NEW: (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U) Implemented OpenVPN, based on code written by, \- B7 k  v* u! ]7 M( }$ L  F
          Keith Moyer (from the Tomato project).0 q+ ?' B4 Z8 P
   - NEW: Added crontab command
% `) ~1 R4 b/ T8 Z# d, l   - FIXED: (RT-AC66U) Would crash when accessing a LAN device through either 0 {. y# _0 I$ H4 F! n7 @( I$ f
            VPN or the NAT Loopback (GRO is now disabled for that device)
" I& C# A) y( Q# Z! E4 F/ ~: p* u   - FIXED: dnsmasq was listening to all interfaces by default, allowing
+ @0 x( h! v# f& P            even dhcp requests to be serviced from the wan side if you& Y5 k8 |, g3 G7 ^# X% A+ d
            had the firewall disabled (Asus bug) (fixed by dev0id)
  ], p) H5 s2 s7 u: u$ M' H   - FIXED: Default disk idle spindown now set to 0 (disabled).
& F" i: {5 E9 h   - FIXED: Corrupted WOL list when using IE.; o; G1 g! H/ D7 C8 [; r5 U5 Z
   - CHANGED: Upgraded openssl to 1.0.0j.
( K; d0 @- n$ e) |3 v: U   - CHANGED: Included fully functional openssl command (will allow you to
  n* Q* D- K) p. [              create keypairs and certificates from the router).
. H# X; Y; u, }   - CHANGED: Removed power adjustments from the Performance page, as they2 a, @" x9 |4 E% g6 Y( Z' ?* }# {
              are redundant, and not as reliable.
  l' a* M( G" y- k1 k  e6 d0 T   - CHANGED: (RT-N16) Disabled Dual WAN, as it exhibited many issues, and I
' Y, l' f8 T: ~0 A1 G: @              am unable to work on them without an actual router.
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3.0.0.3.178.15:, E. I( y% o! @6 B) G* T* L
   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.178.  Notable fixes by Asus:
% c9 _. q+ [1 C% l7 b7 t           * Radio turns back on based on schedule7 {7 S6 |) k5 o/ S
           * Reorganized QoS pages
0 K  [8 y  @& \/ X! _- D           * Turning WAN DHCP connection off will first release current DHCP lease- J% p, E! F8 N! u& n$ }% T
   - NEW: RT-AC66U officialy supported, with all the same features as the RT-N66U.
# u9 D) ^) b+ ?3 u   - NEW: (RT-AC66U) Implemented JFFS support.  Limiting partition to 32 MB# j2 A; [3 K" P" Y1 Z* j3 B) d
          max, as using the whole 90+ MB available makes little sense for
8 t: D; B1 i# e8 z& o  d: S          JFFS, and was also displaying some issues.- L' [6 f  H$ M( `9 E
   - NEW: Added nat-start user script, as NAT rules get applied separately from
# G4 B! p; \# V6 k$ L% M8 {4 z          other firewall rules (firewall-start changes to the nat table are $ X# V9 P- ]* o3 Y) R8 c/ c% L: H1 Q
          being overwritten when the router starts NAT)
& N" `3 R$ c, N" t( W   - NEW: Added additional info to Sysinfo page$ ]' D% I, p4 v
   - NEW: Added chroot applet
; w+ Y1 [& b1 c' I: `% w; h. P   - NEW: Option to allow SSH access from WAN- d, M* f9 ?) R( p% @" Z; v1 g
   - NEW: Option to exclude specific devices from idle spindown
3 V) |% |* @% B% ~! f; C+ d   - FIXED: Performance page now uses the new Sysinfo API, and is now able- ~- n1 `. C% S" k  b1 c
            to deal with cases where radios are disabled.
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3.0.0.3.162.14b:
  I! u; P1 D6 Z; ~% w   - FIXED: Web server would crash for some people when accessing- b% I9 x) r9 W& V4 H4 @
            the Wireless Log page.% D  T1 {8 l4 x* p% n( h
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   - NEW: Spin down disks after (user-configurable) inactivity timeout
0 {9 T& b: u: A# |  o. Y          (using Jeff Gibbons' sd-idle-2.6)' r) U8 w2 `, f' h( T5 Z9 Y9 t
   - NEW: System information page under the Tools menu.2 Q) J! g, K. U' t' E
   - NEW: Station list on the Wireless Log page will now report associated8 n# ]; C% ]9 N
          IP and hostnames (when possible).$ o$ Y7 Z0 D- U% W: P
   - CHANGED: Upgraded to MiniDLNA 1.0.25 (changelog:; A3 H* G1 S. |% N+ N8 F: u
              http://sourceforge.net/projects/minidlna/files/minidlna/1.0.25/)) U7 s% |' p- ~) \* F& g$ d
   - CHANGED: Better integration of the Run Cmd page.6 R+ H6 C6 `: c& w
   - FIXED: Incorrect left menu rendering when under the Tools menu.0 ?/ J) E+ n7 N+ q. Y# v- J  H

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3.0.0.3.162.13:
. y* q0 I5 z' j9 J; p   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.162.
; n1 l( n: A9 L+ {" K   - CHANGED: Switched to WPS radio toggle code Asus added,2 O% g+ {- B# h, L5 |! A1 J
              now on the Administration -> System tab.
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% d- g) ~) _8 X$ A3.0.0.3.157.12 Beta:
: B' X. `5 H  FThis is based on unreleased Asus code, which they have " P( G; q0 A6 m
graciously provided me with.
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0 |9 a7 o) Z* D2 C& F- j& W   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.157.  Notable changes from Asus:
: E1 `) e  H7 H; K1 B      . IPv6 tunnel memory leak fixed
4 s+ s5 P$ e9 W+ \* k% F, K      . They fixed many issues, making some of my patches ) [8 K9 A& r6 }: K% R, b# O7 g
        no longer necessary, such as timezone DST, https auth, etc...1 g' s$ b2 \3 v) @
      . Upgraded radvd
  v# ~8 c0 U9 t. [3 |/ m   - NEW: Added link to the command shell page in Tools menu.5 T4 T7 V: U! F+ R& C3 E
   - NEW: (RT-N16) Enabled power settings (EXPERIMENTAL)
) u9 |# w( z  x  f8 |" x   - NEW: Added "tee" command.
& p- P* W4 L2 t5 x  K+ B5 C- E" h   - FIXED: NAT loopback rules would actually NAT every lan to lan' _5 {9 f. q; H/ f* I( H- O3 w
            connections instead of only those needing the loopback
* ]5 [% p2 B# {" x# C            (bug in Asus's code).  Replaced with new code based on a
. D" N) T7 |1 c1 t5 K$ c* b$ u            suggestion from Phuzi0n on the DD-WRT forums.: _' H  O0 e+ M, m' d6 j
   - FIXED: Accessing the WOL page would make it resend the last1 @4 t2 t5 Y* P( |5 a8 i
            WOL request.+ i3 R: W1 o% h- L
   - FIXED: 'cru' was using 'root' instead of 'admin'
5 {8 W  S, O8 f  b/ S   - CHANGED: Re-enabled Dual WAN (EXPERIMENTAL)
* E: r# P. \$ k) ^. x+ V   - CHANGED: Made tracked connections load async from rest of the page+ A8 \+ G* }4 \
   - CHANGED: Increased hostname width on Connection status page
- K: p) `% K: i" F: h   - CHANGED: Improved WOL page functionality.9 s/ e7 Y8 u  F+ M

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: J9 |4 C2 C! t# X+ V7 ?) {3.0.0.3.144.11 Beta:
8 K; `/ f! }& u) T6 d$ ^5 \: h: h6 c   - NEW: Name field added to DHCP reservation list9 X) ]- ?' D3 ]) f" k  o: D% |
   - NEW: Webui option to enable resolving IPs on the Connections tab
/ u+ d0 L  X7 P   - NEW: Store a list of computer MACs to use as WOL targets9 f! H8 P; K  P' i% k
   - CHANGED: Increased dhcp options from 32 to 128 characters8 }# `4 @' L  J9 V) x5 ~
   - FIXED: Brought max PPTPD password lenght back to 32 chars (Asus had reduced
7 K: J) r: E3 R2 s6 L8 t     it to 16 in recent versions)
' }4 F2 I; t* w$ P   - FIXED: Retrieve dhcpc options for the correct wan interface
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; N8 K# m9 K$ k) S: c% W3.0.0.3.144.10:
5 }0 m( b; p0 {. v4 a   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.144.  n& m. C6 v/ @& {. d; k6 ?  @! @/ y
   - NEW: Support for 64K NVRAM enabled.  ***First flash will# I7 Y: g1 `" q8 z8 Y
          wipe out ALL your settings!  And you cannot restore
2 ~4 i6 f! ~  m) Y  o          from saved settings - you must manually reconfigure
7 q' @: K# a8 d. `+ ^- L8 h4 Z" o          everything.  Be warned!***! E$ `( {2 H+ j+ |* U
   - NEW: Enabled support for Broadcom Wimax devices: m2 X8 k. `6 G. O
   - NEW: Added cifs kernel module (for mounting remote SMB shares)% W% E# E/ Q% }7 B1 O7 n
   - NEW: Added layer7 iptables matching% ~  g; o3 M% U( I6 j: O
   - NEW: Added user-options for DHCP on the WAN page: m/ }" R5 E, E9 U9 `! D& L
   - FIXED: Router crashing when connecting to it over Wifi# q+ q4 c4 @& x; |
            and running the newer QoS code (disabled GRO)- k) K& \4 }9 B  Z
   - FIXED: Router crashing when connecting to a network
. f( H  X& E! F2 {3 w            device behind the router from over a VPN
( ~) z* s2 P# k; c# F            connection (disabled GRO).% _& K( _) F8 K6 C; o4 }$ i+ z
   - FIXED: Incorrect timezone set unless enabling
; O7 B5 ]# l/ T: i$ X: O            manual DST.
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   - NEW: Enabled new Dual WAN support from Asus
( |! T$ c- T: V% }6 X8 |" A8 R9 K   - FIXED: no-ip DDNS entry would revert to Asus DDNS on webui; o1 V4 V8 l9 B+ P7 P3 ^- E. `, }

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*** Reverting to factory defaults BEFORE and AFTER flashing
" v* ~; t* A3 [, b% ?. v& _this version is strongly recommended!  The newer Asus code base # L$ H5 n* ?# \3 B
seems to have changed quite a few settings, so you'll want to
- X, _* H8 M0 H# d* b4 l4 knot only start with the new default values, but also get rid
% u9 W; C4 S: r/ Iof obsolete settings.  Otherwise you will be wasting a * l+ d" z+ v9 H7 W* M" V
good amount of the limited available nvram. ***9 {" {# u' Y  c3 a2 Q# E" A2 K

  p6 R; l( e8 A8 d, R9 ?* P   - KNOWN ISSUE: Memory leak when using IPv6 (bug in Asus's code
$ X6 z9 s  F+ I7 z                  and/or kernel code)
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   - KNOWN ISSUE: PPTP VPN can randomly reboot the router if accessing
# ]$ C+ Y$ }/ d* l) L& X- x                  a LAN device behind the router.  Workaround is to
9 Y3 J% @- |7 P( ?+ ~1 K( B                  use an IP range outside of the local LAN
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                  set your VPN to use the VPN tunnel as default
: [5 M, r( Y  K5 s                  gateway, or manually add a route to your VPN # Y! ~, Q8 ~  S; t. E
                  client.
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   - NEW: Rebased patches on 3.0.0.4.130 (RT-N53U sources).
1 U1 a, q% K) i. |# k+ F          Build 130 brings various code changes to IPv6, not sure - J# e; t6 C# Q/ L% E& b
          what else (as I have no changelog between 112 and 130).
; u" B& Q; Y. [5 L% H0 l9 J          The QoS code remains from build 108, as build 130 is
% n$ V% J3 ^5 ~4 T+ F3 o9 n8 ?2 c          unstable.
# y) E2 k; r) r/ m8 z1 H   - NEW: Added "diff" utility) ~4 W& j8 S5 D$ f) u3 ?' I
   - NEW: Keyword-based filter (new in 130)/ O6 O! F9 ?- y! E
   - FIXED: Firmware/settings can now be uploaded over HTTPS( C' f7 ^) I4 O/ x0 r3 z
            (bug fixed by Asus), b" f* E/ s  Y7 K' \) \) m
   - FIXED: Buffer overflow in networkmap that would cause garbled & p# b) n7 A) d
            device names to appear on the clists list (bug in! F* d  f- K8 T, W0 b; M' s
            Asus's code)! n3 t3 N6 J5 K0 @3 n0 L' D3 _
   - FIXED: Firewall would break when applying a game preset that
9 T% T6 m* L5 B4 y4 ~            had multiple ports separated by a "," (bug in Asus's5 v2 u% f3 V1 |5 ]
            code)) p3 U: @+ w1 N' x& t# v
   - FIXED: WOL through webui wasn't working when IPv6 is enabled  t  B" d; k3 K" N5 g
   - FIXED: Memory leak in sit.ko (backported from Linux 2.6.25.3)3 N) i) l* {* q. j8 E, Y
   - IMPROVED: /jffs/scripts/ will be created automatically if it1 H/ P% a" ?: ~1 b/ v8 I
               doesn't exist (you must still make any new script
; e" p- o' L/ i/ I               executable using "chmod a+rx script_filename"); |5 R2 \; x* D7 i  ]

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   - NEW: Added no-ip.com support to DDNS (patch submitted by Igor Pavlov)6 m7 ]4 k5 `2 c/ v4 l4 G; |1 s% w
   - NEW: Added webui page under System Log to display active/tracked5 M6 v% `4 i" N+ ~2 U3 T
          network connections.9 X; H1 Y" t+ B4 Q; I
   - NEW: Added netstat-nat command.5 c8 y* q* F# Y& j3 r
   - NEW: Added pre-mount and post-mount user scripts (patch submitted by . |! k7 s6 V: O; |% N; p# @
          Shantanu Goel)7 D: }- _9 _9 }2 J  K
   - NEW: Allows tweaking TCP/UDP connection tracking timeouts
+ y7 _/ }, ^1 o9 A3 Z' F. y; V- L   - FIXED: Removed check in Asus's code that would reject txpower > 80
: G- N* D& a! s4 r4 P" G9 J            unless you clicked three times on Apply (?!).
+ o; ]* ^& l. w            NOTE: Still not sure power setting even works, as I get" }# Z# t7 j6 ^
            -80db from the other end of the house no matter if I use
) r) E# N# n) d3 c0 z            40 or 500 mW.1 t2 }% @! ]; D8 u7 v2 {$ w; l

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3.0.0.3.108.6:
% Z  L: }  R  n, w- z. ]) D# ]   - NEW: HTTP access list (backported from build 112)
' f7 l9 O, I& w   - NEW: PPTP VPN encryption options (backported from build 112)
7 J& f- [$ B! y) K- I8 q) X# s. B   - FIXED: Traffic history location was't properly saved% K+ |$ [9 E, ]# m' F
            when changed in webui.
# H; ?$ f% l4 Q4 u! S- A   - FIXED: Disabled traffic history saving to nvram for now,& z: L: R/ D) Y% V. d
            to avoid people accidentally filling their limited nvram space." j% b, E" t5 H& q3 ?
   - FIXED: Missing bottom pixels from the bottom of General menu
% m, f2 E% |9 Z# s* u. j9 l   - FIXED: Removed invalid CSS attribute
/ w$ X. ^5 }7 |) k% y! J1 H" R, w6 J   - FIXED: typo in VPN iptables entries (bug in Asus's code)# z' u# k' L3 E8 w; Z7 |
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   - NEW: Crond starts at boot time.
0 e; y* Y0 P) t* D) d/ V5 Q   - NEW: init-start is a new user script that will be run early on
9 T5 }, q+ g8 _9 d          at boot time (right after jffs is mounted, and before any
& ?% A' P2 Z; L& X/ \          service gets started)7 `' _# e' ]. u2 B9 I; S% s5 {
  - NEW: Can save traffic history to a custom location (USB or
8 W1 |* ~3 B7 b7 J! w         JFFS, for instance) to preserve it between reboots.
& s' u" i& G3 S8 T  - NEW: Added Monthly traffic page (ported from Tomato): i! V& @& y" W/ z
  - NEW: Added the Performance Tuning page (with temperature).2 k1 V- U8 z8 M4 u" @
  - FIXED: Webui authentication was bypassed by the web server (bug in
- ~; S+ Q4 N; `; f2 z           Asus's code)5 d1 L5 R% L; X9 q* c
  - FIXED: Httpd crash when uploading a FW or settings file over6 |, i' C, R# E- a$ I
           https - should simply fail now.  For now you have to
/ k8 D6 D8 @- _" y9 d- @1 b           use http for flashing the FW or restoring your settings
6 F, @9 u; E0 c) W3 s) M% a. X           from a saved config file.% o4 g8 r/ G& h

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   - NEW: Clicking on the MAC address of an unidentified client will do a lookup in7 o, j3 c9 l6 [3 I! a- }5 G) X
          the OUI database (ported from DD-WRT).
5 u3 F8 r$ `" e- Z! v, V   - NEW: Added HTTPS access to web interface (configurable under Administration)
* r6 W* d/ E* U' [  ?   - NEW: Option to turn the WPS button into a radio on/off toggle (under Administration)
5 H! e& U1 f$ l& R9 h& I: Q: L   - FIXED: sshd would start even if disabled/ Q( ^$ T/ {9 Q
   - CHANGE: Switched back to wol, as people report better compatibility with it.
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# ]8 a0 R5 K( _0 K9 a2 b3.0.0.3.108.3:
+ D" \+ a5 H% w* Y- @9 i   - NEW: JFFS support (mounted under /jffs)
- s9 i* L/ i. ?1 ^   - NEW: services-start, services-stop, wan-start and firewall-start user scripts,
" _  U  o' h/ O! Q          must be located in /jffs/scripts/ .
- i1 i/ a( v. u5 t1 R& i8 J   - NEW: SSHD support4 P- {4 B1 s( a+ [1 K, T, T
   - IMPROVED: Fleshed out this documentation, updated Contact info with SNB forum URL
) R* U2 t6 C, L' Y   - CHANGE: Removed wol binary, and switched to ether-wake (from busybox) instead.
" v# _! [& i9 m; ~4 t( t6 }: T  ?   - CHANGE: Added "Merlin build" next to the firmware version on web interface.
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3.0.0.3.108.2:2 D- {, U& w0 F' T& \, `% j
   - NEW: Added WakeOnLan web page1 N. k. `) `/ l% o

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3.0.0.3.108.1:7 f, U* j; w: \  N
   - Initial release.5 \" ~7 u. Q3 c% M7 {- j. J* r, P
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' g/ |& E, k3 q, I# B7 W2 |+ y5 D& oContact information* P  [- M6 C1 ^1 u3 r/ t( a' Y' n
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$ e0 |% z* T. GSmallNetBuilder forums (preferred method: http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/showthread.php?t=7047 as RMerlin)# [# I! b5 @" `2 s' _+ X) b# u
Asus Forums (http://vip.asus.com/forum/topic.aspx?board_id=11&model=RT-N66U%20(VER.B1)&SLanguage=en-us) as RMerlin.
6 l: n( F" [$ A8 XWebsite: http://www.lostrealm.ca/
/ s3 J, L9 @. Q! W* dGithub: https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin7 S+ }5 ]7 {! |; T/ a* j
Email: rmerl@lostrealm.ca
- k% A5 |( y' P& ]Twitter: https://twitter.com/RMerlinDev
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( f! g0 K; s8 J6 nDevelopment news will be posted on Twitter.  You can also keep a closer eye 2 l  j' N1 t  K* q* C- x8 P
on development as it happens through the Github site.
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For support question, plese use the SmallNetBuilder forums whenever possible, I regularily
) i/ L1 `$ t5 ]0 U6 N% d* i0 Qpost there (in the Asus Wireless section).  \5 w" M$ S3 A/ Z8 \

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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 ; J' o  t( U( D1 Y7 _! q
to 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,
, ^* |  a8 r8 D8 C/ {and also providing me with support when needed.  Also, thank you everyone who has % h. @+ v& v4 w) l$ S
donated through Paypal.  Much appreciated!& k" w* n) x0 M* a% Z

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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
$ D- k7 ^, J8 D$ U4 ~$ D谢谢,正好有个N16,刷机试试效果。

" N( W2 ?6 G' t, ]& \* ~* k5 y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2 p+ j& H$ i8 x3 L- S& @1 ^9 D, f* F
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!% r( L/ E( e: P/ s+ q% I" j1 z- g
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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