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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:1 I3 g; v3 q6 t! U; B
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  Rebased on 220, includes AiCloud; added wifi client stats
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Asuswrt-Merlin - build 3.0.0.4.220.18b (24-Sept-2012)
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Asuswrt is the firmware developped by Asus for their newer routers.  They are ) {. a' {/ z& p2 @$ m- d& e) H
also porting it to some of their older models, like the RT-56U and RT-N16.  
* z$ x5 j: |0 B& ^# a0 VWhile originally based on Tomato-RT, Asus has disabled some of the 0 I* _0 w: e6 V2 x" J' ~
original Tomato features, and added others.
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% B; l5 [% ]- bAsuswrt-merlin is a customized version, which I am developping.. l6 @0 U8 {0 t( J! |9 w4 v* k
The goal is to do some bugfixes and minor enhancements to Asus's firmware, 6 H9 t7 Z8 y4 L4 B# }: r- c
without targeting at full-blown advanced featuresets such as provided by + p- Y0 v1 F6 {* j
excellent projects like Tomato or DD-WRT.  Some of the features
) y. \$ o" g! R  w) v2 L; bthat had been disabled by Asus have also been re-enabled.
$ D9 v* g; [  wThis aims to be a more restrained alternative for those who prefer to stay 0 Z) i; T7 S$ _* B3 l: @
closer to the original firmware, with limited risks of seeing new % i- r! E: K0 [( Z- {7 N
features bring in new stability issues.  I value stability over   q( v/ Q2 V/ n$ e( j1 B& p% }
performance, and performance over features.
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Supported Devices
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+ g! h5 |) L1 pSupported devices are:( w- G9 R& E3 X0 G
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2 Q! V' D. n6 Z0 d& w: eThese devices have experimental support (because I don't own one to test it):
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Features
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" z4 m1 o! H8 ^0 Z' X# k3 n% fHere is a list of features that Asuswrt-merlin brings over the original firmware:
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) I9 {/ O9 I% p- p7 y4 s" Q, J- Based on the source code of release 3.0.0.4.220
% D* g- F1 C" L+ T' ^- Various bugfixes (like the crash on VPN/NAT Loopback access of LAN devices)
) [0 `: }- a3 f. v& _* {" |- WakeOnLan web interface (with user-entered preset targets)
# E2 z* V$ k8 X' k; v6 S2 t0 ]3 ^# \- Persistent JFFS partition
1 s* c. a1 \* P1 c4 y" r3 J# n- User scripts that run on specific events
! r  P1 t& ]; L- G- {: X4 u, U- SSHD (through dropbear)
* l" u! u. t1 t5 J1 l- HTTPS web interface
6 b4 x1 K) ~: O7 B9 ~- Crond
0 {9 Z" ^  f/ e' D  H; e( I1 N- Clicking on the MAC address of an unidentified client will do a lookup in0 M7 G! v$ a1 E8 ^! g1 E
  the OUI database (ported from DD-WRT).
8 L/ y& ^& ?& D" I0 r- Optionally turn the WPS button into a radio enable/disable switch  {2 j. C: I% l9 m1 V/ P3 o6 G
- Optionally save traffic stats to disk (USB or JFFS partition)
4 q  w4 X3 p) f  k- Display monthly traffic reports
) _9 P- R  y  C- k- Display active/tracked network connections- J% g0 ^' D9 c. t1 U3 D. j
- Allows tweaking TCP/UDP connection tracking timeouts, r+ m' M1 Z0 [& M( W6 G: V
- CIFS client support (for mounting remote SMB share on the router)& b5 s( X1 s. w8 r# y5 f% C' h( r
- Layer7 iptables matching
' h: J# S2 p  {6 f  g; f- User-defined options for WAN DHCP queries (required by some ISPs)& a- }' w( P+ N2 E$ }+ n
- Name field on the DHCP reservation list
% w( r( k5 l2 k" J8 v- Improved NAT loopback (based on code from phuzi0n from the DD-WRT forums)$ w; t1 z! I! {8 v, i4 C
- Dual WAN support (both failover and load # X( B! f2 ]) n5 c# V; c- O7 `
  balancing supported) (EXPERIMENTAL) (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U)
4 P: B* r8 O1 d* m- Disk spindown after user-configurable inactivity timeout
" i; Q6 y) w. D; W- System info summary page
$ @0 d- U4 K- M* T$ I- Wireless client IP, hostname, rate and rssi on the Wireless Log page
2 G3 N& o+ u; p7 G) v- OpenVPN client and server, based on code originally written by
" H" o% `6 _5 c6 i  Keith Moyer for Tomato and reused with his
( J3 l6 ~+ W, e* K3 k/ U/ h  permission. (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U). M- `, R! G. `: D

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! ?( ~: b5 c" T. S* LInstallation
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) |  A4 j* P, gSimply flash it like any regular update.  You should not need to reset to , C4 G4 k/ y: |( l3 A$ M
factory defaults, unless coming from a version that used a different
8 V+ J/ U% `6 H3 e) hnvram size.  You can revert back to an original Asus firmware at any time just
- a+ @: L/ T4 `' ^! Nby flashing one.
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NOTE: If you were still running a 32KB nvram firmware on an RT-N66U, the2 e! z2 N9 G" H
first time you flash a 64KB-enabled firmware (such as Asuswrt-merlin) it & l6 j/ [; Z# x/ \% D
will wipe ALL your current settings and revert back to factory default!
; A* k5 Y& C2 b( W9 R( YThis is required to upgrade the nvram storage to 64 KB.
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* JFFS *
: i5 f% }) M* EJFFS is a writable section of the flash memory (around 12 MB) which will " @- G/ s7 m" I0 Q  O. D: K; D
allow you to store small files (such as scripts) inside the router without $ g2 m7 u7 J% P% |3 y8 x+ e
needing to have a USB disk plugged in.  This space will survive reboot (but ' a) x* E8 g5 v  x& n( p
it *MIGHT NOT survive firmware flashing*, so back it up first before flashing!).  8 j5 j' r8 S+ u3 W* A8 r# U0 O& |+ j
It will also be available fairly early at boot (before USB disks).
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  _9 Z8 |( I% a7 r' x- F! CI do not recommend doing frequent writes to this area, as it will
* s" t0 H6 o) L( f: Tprematuraly wear out the flash storage.  This is a good place to
, T( q& q2 j: s$ R! i5 G* pput files that are written once like scripts or kernel modules, or # I9 L! R7 @) h- d$ a$ m* C
that rarely get written to (like once a day).  Storing files that
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These are shell scripts that you can create, and which will be run when
7 l, h& n# U' Bcertain events occur.  Those scripts must be saved in /jffs/scripts/ 3 Q! `- q6 W$ f2 h; Q* p' k( n
(so, JFFS must be enabled and formatted).  Available scripts:
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- services-start:  Services are started (boot)
9 z$ G5 e9 q7 c; O: Z* j8 @- services-stop:  Services are stopped (reboot)
8 v6 P9 a+ P; G# ~- wan-start:  WAN interface just come up (includes if it went down and back up)
! H0 c) C, j, e- H: V3 l% G) |8 _- firewall-start:  Firewall is started (filter rules have been applied)3 m! Y" T# ^" F4 t! |. D) Q
- 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 " J7 ~; S& _+ D7 ^3 W
  this script.  This is run in a blocking call and will block the mounting of the 5 H2 O& V! q+ }9 @; J6 [! j% r
  partition  for which it is invoked till its execution is complete. This is done 4 T! R9 p7 K2 \. T+ ~
  so that it can be used for things like running e2fsck on the partition before ' R# ^7 ?" U: n, h1 ?
  mounting. This script is also passed the device path being mounted as an
" V6 H+ J7 O. ]# r3 i/ m  argument which can be used in the script using $1.8 m8 e* C9 u) I
- post-mount:  Just after a partition is mounted
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: @- F( L% j4 C6 H5 s! EDon't forget to set them as executable:
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/ Q8 y: Y. q7 e, n( o, V   chmod a+rx /jffs/scripts/*  @4 P- P2 C8 ^; P2 \

8 r# {1 c, i/ L" J% q" G/ K7 J2 fAnd like any Linux script, they need to start with a shebang:2 s1 T' C- a' k7 ^7 G/ @; z

; B* J: m! b( J* ]   #!/bin/sh) C# p# |( P3 ]
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There's a WOL tab under the new Tools menu.  From there you can enter a, f8 b3 K+ Z3 k' c* m" v
target computer's MAC address to send it a WakeOnLan packet.  You can also3 A3 h- M0 F9 g! t
create a list of MAC addresses that will be stored in nvram, and on$ `. t4 h: p2 i& D  m+ K8 B( h
which you can click afterward to wake up one of the listed computers, without
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SSH support (through Dropbear) was re-enabled.  Password-based login will use & R$ w0 `; S" T% B! a; {/ M, J* Q
the same username and password as telnet/web access.  You can also optionally 7 P' p3 p) x6 \" b+ x* {6 m
insert a RSA public key there for keypair-based authentication.  There
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I re-enabled HTTPS access in the firmware.  From the Administration->System $ ~, l% J- ], h6 @' h% J/ F. `& ]
page you can configure your router so it accepts connections on http, https   J' J* T- S* s5 i6 d1 b: i7 `
or both.  You can also change the https port to a different one + ?! t! u, y0 K: B
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( S- z! l; D5 @$ P( S* WPS button mode - toggle radio *' M+ V6 }, R5 l8 n, t; q, F8 j3 [. s
You can configure the router so pressing the WPS button will 3 S; J5 P; `$ N0 [- d8 V
toggle the radio on/off instead of starting WPS mode.
" O# s+ C4 d+ _3 W; j3 k0 B- c1 MThe option to enable this feature can be found on the 8 L7 |$ v/ ^) U5 j
Administration page, on the System tab.
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- Y& p% ~. m: B: ?1 D- }7 zCrond will automatically start at boot time.  You can $ M8 t( N. d* `) j# ^
put your cron tasks in /var/spool/cron/crontabs/ .  The file
6 L  ^; k- z/ p, |9 z- Rmust be named "admin" as this is the name of the system user.
( T: @& \& ]9 W& q+ K1 QNote that this location resides in RAM, so you would have to ( V4 t8 [/ S1 [8 Z
put your cron script somewhere such as in the jffs partition, . t, [; K  ]0 i: }
and at boot time copy it to /var/spool/cron/crontabs/ using
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5 p, d5 U  ]! o2 n( yUnder Tools -> Other Settings are options that will allow you
- T4 E( m5 {4 X* R/ N9 ato save your traffic history to disk, preserving it between
" Q: q. Z4 `" }1 v. m" lrouter reboots (by default it is currently kept in RAM,   {6 v) s- v: _. M; a& K
so it will disappear when you reboot).
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example, "/jffs/" if you have jffs enabled), or
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7 p  L, G  i, _. iSave frequency is also configurable - it is recommended
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if you are saving to jffs, to reduce wearing out
! H$ z1 L' L4 V# c/ S+ t0 q0 `$ Vyour flash memory.  Make sure not to forget the trailing
. H* Y: |' f! l* }1 k9 L& S5 P' V& Vslash 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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There is a new tab under System Log called "Connections".
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" ^2 N0 `  h+ [2 k7 vYou can enable name resolution for IPs on the Tools menu,2 W9 O* n8 r' L4 ^
under "Other Settings".  Note that name resolution can
+ U3 Q& e- b. J2 s$ r5 f7 @0 rslow down the loading of this page, especially if you have ( y& A" g1 v  o5 I2 i2 E) f* v
a lot of tracked connections (for instance while torrenting).
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5 {* ?9 S- q5 s& D6 [Under Tools -> Other Settings there are various parameters . s2 M1 x3 z0 @
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those settings.  Most commonly, people will tweak the UDP timeout $ i' R7 h) ?6 I) ]4 X
values to make them more VoIP-friendly, by using smaller timeouts.
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* Mounting remote CIFS shares on the router *
: b0 ]- X2 I( m& h6 X: vYou can mount remote SMB shares on your router.  The syntax will ) i" K  _( d4 A; \& I
be something like this:
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+ t, o* j+ g; O0 W. ]0 N8 z0 d; Rmount \\\\192.168.1.100\\ShareName /cifs1 -t cifs -o "username=User,password=Pass"4 O+ [0 u! |9 v8 F/ \, Y3 q! T

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* Dual WAN (EXPERIMENTAL) *7 C7 M& a0 L' d( |, J) \
Asuswrt originally supports using a USB 3G/4G modem to use as a 8 j5 A: K7 S% G, \# p* w$ k% i
failover Internet connection.  Dual WAN is the next step, also
* E8 \+ Y4 F( s9 x. z; Y  Udevelopped by Asus but left disabled so far in their official
( [2 F' h# c  qreleases (probably because this is still work in progress).  
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The first improvement over USB failover is that it works not only 5 o7 d% o0 G% X  t/ j0 O7 {
with USB but with other ethernet devices, which can be plugged
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interface.  The second difference is that in addition to failover
2 P2 R: ^) w6 m1 Rmode, Dual WAN also supports a load balancing mode, allowing
$ n, ^( x" l) ~! j/ i% j  dyou to share both connections at once.
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8 \! I& }5 y) \1 `2 K) y( D+ rKeep in mind that Dual WAN is still an experimental feature, until
3 N4 u* [; S2 C; S. jthe time Asus finishes developping and testing it.
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" @( q6 `# x0 H& l9 }* Disk Spindown when idle *
* u; m1 f4 ?; W* MJeff Gibbons's sd-idle-2.6 has been added to the firmware, allowing you
  ^7 P9 a0 m  x' I# r) Lto configure a timeout value (in seconds) on the Tools -> Other Settings ! }8 B7 t. ]! Z6 u3 Y* L1 z
page.  Plugged hard drives will stop spinning after being inactive & C" l4 F/ p7 r+ J
for that specified period of time.  Note that services like Download Master , r( _1 E9 u4 I# w. Q3 e( y6 Z  e
might be generating background disk activity, preventing it from idling.; j8 c' \  g; u9 Z* p6 _/ B: p  N

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% i) u8 F; o5 o% i* OpenVPN (client and server) *4 h$ [. r1 ]: ~( D5 i2 v8 d- y
OpenVPN is an SSL-based VPN technology that is provided as a
( \3 Y( I& c! Y& L4 A9 n2 E3 ]) l& Qsecure alternative to the PPTP VPN already included by Asus.
) }$ @4 T: b* S" T' l# ]OpenVPN is far more secure and more flexible, however it is
/ L- f5 x: ]3 z& B. tnot as easy to configure, and requires the installation of * |6 x8 _" f' i
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can be obtained through this download page:3 `+ z( }# U0 E) X' r' l

9 O; U$ Y8 Y& J9 E2 n$ a% chttp://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source/downloads.html
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& l0 @+ b! S! J; {+ GExplaining the details of OpenVPN are beyond the scope of this # `! }4 K) d" A. N1 ?
documentation, and I am in no way an expert on OpenVPN.! W$ K* j  T6 t- k9 x% G
Fortunately, there is a lot of available documentation and
" D. ]2 U& Q9 T/ ^0 {6 D) {Howto guides out there.  I tried to stick to the same option 5 T2 ?6 |- G" X3 {2 V% n9 H1 I$ V
descriptions as used by Tomato, so about any guide written 9 R, g9 Q6 p+ T9 Y& T7 ?1 |8 y
for Tomato can easily be used to guide you on
& o  c4 u* O; a' B7 q+ M) c2 h# cAsuswrt-Merlin.  For pointers, check the Wiki on the Asuswrt-Merlin
: N! q* q* ~6 Q9 b# t& m  HGithub repository.
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The source code with all my modifications can be found
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3.0.0.4.220.18b:
: w: v) J+ N/ O% y1 O& L& C/ Q5 b" w   - NEW: Report both rx and tx rates on wifi connections' L  p1 h; e3 D
   - FIXED: Handle cases where the wireless driver returns a speed of -1
0 v% e, k+ Q' m# J   - FIXED: Removed rssi retrieval retries, as it would make the first access to
& h6 ]% U; A3 c! B            the wireless page take forever if you had multiple connected clients.
6 c( K5 @3 ~- ~0 f( C            You will have to manually refresh the page the first time you access it
- u! B! w6 v0 E7 @0 V9 W3 v            if the RSSI is reported as "??".4 n; S9 A  C; H

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3.0.0.4.220.18:- w. m3 _0 N, U2 d' `  [
   - NEW: Added OpenVPN logging verbosity setting (vpn_loglevel, must be2 t  c( F1 V# @* y$ N" p
          manually set to a value between 0 and 15, with 3 being the default).9 q/ L3 |" u9 ^
   - FIXED: Buffer overrun in init code that would crash the router when
* O8 Y0 D7 j7 ]$ }            too many features were enabled at compile time.
- y9 }9 L- {$ q" }   - FIXED: Re-enabled DualWAN (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U)
, A" c: K! J" E/ p" s   - FIXED: Re-enabled Beceem (Wimax) support in RT-AC66U.
* G+ D& t4 Y( G9 s+ ^4 N6 S   - FIXED: OpenVPN 'Start with WAN' and 'Respond to DNS' settings were
  z, g9 Z8 V! x3 V' T  A4 W            not properly saved.
) Q3 N9 J* u, F! ~   - FIXED: First time a client's rssi is polled it would return 0.' Q6 Z+ q2 s2 y/ ^' U9 C+ w
   - FIXED: post-mount user script wasn't executed (regression in 220.17)
9 `! K* [+ O  e  `/ X( E   - CHANGED: Added some info to the OpenVPN server and client pages.
8 g* A0 Z: p, m   - CHANGED: Improved load time of the VPN Status page.5 n" R  S: F+ S  t9 H# _3 `

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3.0.0.4.220.17:8 Y3 T) h: I7 ?! u1 }4 m: }$ N( }
   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.4.220, which includes:
; d5 n8 T/ a) `9 H# D: j" Q( z- K            * Fixes to IPv6 6rd
4 e/ v; }1 [4 x4 D# }6 `            * Fixes to AC66U Wifi + QoS
  z4 L, w' v9 l  _            * AiCloud. {% ~  ~' M6 }. c0 _: X" Q
            * Interference mode once again enabled8 m9 H# R" w, F
  - NEW: Display last received rate and rssi for each clients on Wireless Log page.
+ O  o) ]! C( ~. T& ^! T2 V  - FIXED: dnsmasq not listening to DNS requests from OpenVPN clients
6 j4 u% u/ }% A: D# z           if you had just enabled the option on the webui.4 N8 {7 K" |5 i4 M% p
  - FIXED: PPTP clients not always showing on VPN Status page.
( y. B& Q4 E3 ]0 U& h' K( O8 k  - CHANGED: Disabled DualWAN as it's currently broken in 220.
& Q/ h% @$ \+ c2 b& ~  - CHANGED: Disabled Beceem Wimax support in RT-AC66U as it bricks
# B' K5 a; I3 D             the router.: G2 o$ d' M) f$ j
  - CHANGED: Removed firmware update checker to avoid accidental
; x5 x/ I1 Y0 Q% c- W+ I' Q             revert to original FW.4 J/ c$ @/ U7 m

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3.0.0.3.178.16 Beta:7 P- a  C" I8 Y8 ^* }, E- m
   - NEW: (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U) Implemented OpenVPN, based on code written by, S9 |  i8 V* U' C. W
          Keith Moyer (from the Tomato project).
0 i" u; A6 T2 W) V5 P, w   - NEW: Added crontab command
. r  k6 Q+ c% [6 `   - FIXED: (RT-AC66U) Would crash when accessing a LAN device through either 6 Z# Q4 ~4 m6 p# f! z3 A# e. G9 H
            VPN or the NAT Loopback (GRO is now disabled for that device)
( u/ b1 G. {1 f) _) \0 J   - FIXED: dnsmasq was listening to all interfaces by default, allowing
! M# X: ?' p, j6 ~            even dhcp requests to be serviced from the wan side if you
$ ^$ V+ q5 w$ Y! Y* L0 V- e            had the firewall disabled (Asus bug) (fixed by dev0id)- o* ?3 w) O) r3 f0 ^
   - FIXED: Default disk idle spindown now set to 0 (disabled).
: W: Z+ H: E) V* i0 U   - FIXED: Corrupted WOL list when using IE.
! U2 e- _. _$ |   - CHANGED: Upgraded openssl to 1.0.0j.
" P% z. |- @/ O& _   - CHANGED: Included fully functional openssl command (will allow you to+ ]. H4 F/ ?: j
              create keypairs and certificates from the router).
" h$ k* R0 O9 r/ [) }1 p) r   - CHANGED: Removed power adjustments from the Performance page, as they- `$ a' R- n+ P
              are redundant, and not as reliable.
$ j. x; R/ ]9 T/ r  P   - CHANGED: (RT-N16) Disabled Dual WAN, as it exhibited many issues, and I
- q( j! C- |$ w1 |2 w              am unable to work on them without an actual router.! [7 T5 f, Q% a* M9 X

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3 B. {( H# v- k: E7 e8 n: I! s. C3.0.0.3.178.15:* a# Z0 ~4 ~0 F  C/ {* c
   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.178.  Notable fixes by Asus:
5 Q% V6 Y+ S& K& y           * Radio turns back on based on schedule& i  q! i* y9 ?: A
           * Reorganized QoS pages2 J, n) Y' ^# J
           * Turning WAN DHCP connection off will first release current DHCP lease
( f) @9 Z+ T3 H7 M! A5 b   - NEW: RT-AC66U officialy supported, with all the same features as the RT-N66U.9 Z5 s1 W, y" h1 _
   - NEW: (RT-AC66U) Implemented JFFS support.  Limiting partition to 32 MB
! T4 z9 d7 B) ^. x          max, as using the whole 90+ MB available makes little sense for 1 K& {0 G2 C+ q$ L* M
          JFFS, and was also displaying some issues.
9 U& \  H$ T1 y" N   - NEW: Added nat-start user script, as NAT rules get applied separately from( X3 D! z  m8 w2 T
          other firewall rules (firewall-start changes to the nat table are 8 w& z" Z9 R5 L6 D6 x% s- R
          being overwritten when the router starts NAT)
7 l. q( Z7 b7 ~% w1 Z   - NEW: Added additional info to Sysinfo page/ f& x# o2 M6 z2 J) L6 a
   - NEW: Added chroot applet
, [" [& a  u3 B2 m) t$ Z, ^   - NEW: Option to allow SSH access from WAN1 t* |7 P7 w) [5 B7 w8 c
   - NEW: Option to exclude specific devices from idle spindown
$ N2 _* V5 s9 Y. ]   - FIXED: Performance page now uses the new Sysinfo API, and is now able: X  u; ]1 C, Z& k7 z
            to deal with cases where radios are disabled.6 O" B9 q- S- q/ O8 }5 z; _( X

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3.0.0.3.162.14b:
3 e2 O+ Q) l7 f2 z8 }   - FIXED: Web server would crash for some people when accessing6 S$ ^2 q8 i6 \& c# s' H
            the Wireless Log page.
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3.0.0.3.162.14:
- G( \# b0 Q2 X9 e  b% v   - NEW: Spin down disks after (user-configurable) inactivity timeout) n1 L, f2 H$ r7 z; t! [# X& m
          (using Jeff Gibbons' sd-idle-2.6)2 t7 F% u  i) i0 b
   - NEW: System information page under the Tools menu.* N$ K' i+ F" t4 w& s' C% C: i
   - NEW: Station list on the Wireless Log page will now report associated3 c8 ?9 e: q# H/ X
          IP and hostnames (when possible).
. d2 X; r4 |. ~  r  K   - CHANGED: Upgraded to MiniDLNA 1.0.25 (changelog:1 Z) [2 i- J9 \1 `' @
              http://sourceforge.net/projects/minidlna/files/minidlna/1.0.25/)) W! C( T" c- _, \
   - CHANGED: Better integration of the Run Cmd page.
' J7 Z) \1 g5 A+ x1 \6 r   - FIXED: Incorrect left menu rendering when under the Tools menu.. ?7 X6 L6 B3 o6 F8 E. `3 O, W

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4 Y. d* v7 F; X3 L) D7 r; F3.0.0.3.162.13:" ]+ }3 H. j( j0 Y
   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.162.1 ]4 x% t( Y: E+ c* B) X' r% Q. H( @
   - CHANGED: Switched to WPS radio toggle code Asus added,
, n" O, G2 B1 v% f              now on the Administration -> System tab.
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3.0.0.3.157.12 Beta:0 z$ C" w. O2 i( S/ Q9 \5 m
This is based on unreleased Asus code, which they have - o- x  i* F- T  o& `6 w/ `
graciously provided me with.& v$ p$ `1 \, m# I/ a/ r7 ^/ [

6 E7 I" t  O% f. y9 u* ^   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.157.  Notable changes from Asus:
* K5 l; B1 H3 w/ V      . IPv6 tunnel memory leak fixed4 T+ ^+ v& A+ K+ j3 ]3 h
      . They fixed many issues, making some of my patches
/ n: m5 f$ s0 t( g        no longer necessary, such as timezone DST, https auth, etc...: W% ?! t4 B2 W9 q
      . Upgraded radvd5 ~2 _2 U4 ~6 {; H. C, w7 d. i
   - NEW: Added link to the command shell page in Tools menu.
0 A4 z% Y% J/ m. L5 X' E* Y  D   - NEW: (RT-N16) Enabled power settings (EXPERIMENTAL)3 h7 ^3 e: B) N0 v6 _
   - NEW: Added "tee" command.
& n6 e5 L2 V% u% T& {   - FIXED: NAT loopback rules would actually NAT every lan to lan
% n* k) `# E7 i* v! b. J            connections instead of only those needing the loopback
7 z- n% T+ h8 `6 X" \' i            (bug in Asus's code).  Replaced with new code based on a
0 O5 s* {" p4 a+ k1 o3 b: v            suggestion from Phuzi0n on the DD-WRT forums.
' C4 `7 p* J4 X   - FIXED: Accessing the WOL page would make it resend the last
+ t/ ~* _1 z& @! ?' `! A            WOL request.
7 p. a: f/ J) K   - FIXED: 'cru' was using 'root' instead of 'admin'1 }; }0 A6 M6 d. c
   - CHANGED: Re-enabled Dual WAN (EXPERIMENTAL), E* N  F. \- t# O
   - CHANGED: Made tracked connections load async from rest of the page
, R1 {( |4 T) }' l' J: G( g   - CHANGED: Increased hostname width on Connection status page
% v2 R( }9 X: ^) ]1 C; v   - CHANGED: Improved WOL page functionality.9 u& p& z! n7 X& r/ f4 b% J
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3.0.0.3.144.11 Beta:
4 }1 H& [( [  g! \* j$ v# C! C! C   - NEW: Name field added to DHCP reservation list
" S' F9 V; O- a: i3 Q! Z0 A   - NEW: Webui option to enable resolving IPs on the Connections tab2 _0 M5 |0 h3 S; l* f% e& N
   - NEW: Store a list of computer MACs to use as WOL targets
+ T/ C" H" I( y3 @/ ^7 E   - CHANGED: Increased dhcp options from 32 to 128 characters, m' Q1 N8 Q. y3 B1 q0 v5 ?; H( Y
   - FIXED: Brought max PPTPD password lenght back to 32 chars (Asus had reduced
5 C, F1 R9 ?/ b7 {, i& P1 x     it to 16 in recent versions)7 c9 [+ v( [$ z+ L4 g: _
   - FIXED: Retrieve dhcpc options for the correct wan interface) ~- x* f/ z0 |; G

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4 s9 V* @3 o4 b1 s6 O1 D$ t6 }3.0.0.3.144.10:
. d" `6 V; {' V! n   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.144.7 u  Q( P* I. J
   - NEW: Support for 64K NVRAM enabled.  ***First flash will& \! y3 @( s; |, D+ C
          wipe out ALL your settings!  And you cannot restore
# X" w5 X4 ^- q( N! k, I# ]          from saved settings - you must manually reconfigure , Y. k9 i' n4 P9 M
          everything.  Be warned!***0 y7 D# s; [  `/ K! S4 e
   - NEW: Enabled support for Broadcom Wimax devices$ H) [) V% ]4 v- d  q+ t! `
   - NEW: Added cifs kernel module (for mounting remote SMB shares)
& h6 X9 z+ H0 ~! M: k   - NEW: Added layer7 iptables matching
( x6 U3 x: X4 l. ^$ Y3 h& A$ s   - NEW: Added user-options for DHCP on the WAN page9 ^9 g  M# D( [8 h! n" V0 U2 H
   - FIXED: Router crashing when connecting to it over Wifi
9 Q, g# {- h- R' d            and running the newer QoS code (disabled GRO)
* u6 H9 {; C2 J7 v' J   - FIXED: Router crashing when connecting to a network
0 F- O! F* u, h6 v4 @: y            device behind the router from over a VPN
% X2 }* a' u: F: \( I: e) c            connection (disabled GRO).' \' ?/ w. Y9 S- N9 H$ h0 U  R4 W
   - FIXED: Incorrect timezone set unless enabling) h7 N. N$ o  B: s4 e1 @& p% e
            manual DST.
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; j$ s) R: ^: T2 c- x: z3.0.0.3.130.9:
3 I- H/ z. L8 t' o$ `' `5 A   - NEW: Enabled new Dual WAN support from Asus
% P' `2 z- T( E: t" e   - FIXED: no-ip DDNS entry would revert to Asus DDNS on webui: \8 C0 w: z# D, h& e, C, j

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*** Reverting to factory defaults BEFORE and AFTER flashing# y7 h+ f5 P, Y1 [3 _
this version is strongly recommended!  The newer Asus code base
7 C) P! h# J3 v9 Dseems to have changed quite a few settings, so you'll want to
( o" q' ?( Q5 t. Qnot only start with the new default values, but also get rid % e! b5 {; ]7 f6 k
of obsolete settings.  Otherwise you will be wasting a
5 [- y  ?  f, G4 ?" y; i# A$ \) `good amount of the limited available nvram. ***3 C- u' o7 }) T! L
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   - KNOWN ISSUE: Memory leak when using IPv6 (bug in Asus's code
/ k9 s2 P$ h  ^* T0 p# V9 G/ W& {/ {                  and/or kernel code)
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   - KNOWN ISSUE: PPTP VPN can randomly reboot the router if accessing
9 u5 @4 K# n; {3 o                  a LAN device behind the router.  Workaround is to # ^! q) c2 G2 c& R9 f+ Q- z+ W3 L
                  use an IP range outside of the local LAN& C% y+ K0 p3 A* W
                  (i.e. 10.0.0.0 instead of 192.168.1.0), and either ( [* v* G* f+ F. Q8 e! \
                  set your VPN to use the VPN tunnel as default
* K" N0 y: _+ Y, z1 K                  gateway, or manually add a route to your VPN ; ?) H0 W) E. L5 J$ I- Z: q' y  F
                  client.
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   - NEW: Rebased patches on 3.0.0.4.130 (RT-N53U sources).
3 C8 J, j$ l% z& M, B  z2 T' i# |  O          Build 130 brings various code changes to IPv6, not sure * S' L5 N% j& r
          what else (as I have no changelog between 112 and 130).
- |* F9 S7 ~3 ]( W          The QoS code remains from build 108, as build 130 is & X6 Y# R3 x3 Y
          unstable.
3 x2 m9 w2 j3 M+ P9 V% I& {9 t   - NEW: Added "diff" utility! j6 {2 L/ {/ ^! r% ?; P' J
   - NEW: Keyword-based filter (new in 130)
9 ]' |' w7 j% T, _   - FIXED: Firmware/settings can now be uploaded over HTTPS
7 U7 {. K9 t& X2 T3 T            (bug fixed by Asus)
- _$ w) C3 f% M; g/ L7 ~- ^, R* U   - FIXED: Buffer overflow in networkmap that would cause garbled ! m( c+ m/ [& |# D& C- G
            device names to appear on the clists list (bug in
( L) _2 K: A) G- I; Y: r% X$ h- n& y8 W            Asus's code)
, K; Q6 R$ m2 j  N- Y7 G# B& B   - FIXED: Firewall would break when applying a game preset that / }) F! D$ B. S( i) @' o6 I" S' e
            had multiple ports separated by a "," (bug in Asus's4 i$ l) s) r3 j7 ]& o( i0 Z! H6 j) X
            code)+ d: ^3 u& T4 g0 e' I
   - FIXED: WOL through webui wasn't working when IPv6 is enabled
' }( @( ?% J, G   - FIXED: Memory leak in sit.ko (backported from Linux 2.6.25.3)5 n4 X. ^6 N7 f0 E* o
   - IMPROVED: /jffs/scripts/ will be created automatically if it8 r# }2 A* l! `
               doesn't exist (you must still make any new script 3 I' q/ B& a' V6 Q9 B
               executable using "chmod a+rx script_filename")' J) p* }1 c5 [

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   - NEW: Added no-ip.com support to DDNS (patch submitted by Igor Pavlov)
& l- y! d+ p/ U; }( P9 W   - NEW: Added webui page under System Log to display active/tracked
! N7 z+ i9 \3 ^) o3 A6 M          network connections.' O5 u2 q8 C) h
   - NEW: Added netstat-nat command.
/ O! c; T0 _  X0 [9 |. K   - NEW: Added pre-mount and post-mount user scripts (patch submitted by
2 X" G. E! i( c' k* i" \          Shantanu Goel)
7 H- m8 e2 j' i. `. I6 ~) t   - NEW: Allows tweaking TCP/UDP connection tracking timeouts$ u" G' x9 z1 y' \
   - FIXED: Removed check in Asus's code that would reject txpower > 80
8 n0 g# F4 L- z; D            unless you clicked three times on Apply (?!).
, g' P, M. K. X# W* i9 l0 w, X            NOTE: Still not sure power setting even works, as I get) d( _1 t' ^  b+ [+ ~
            -80db from the other end of the house no matter if I use * U' s$ ~1 T4 W+ e" d" u
            40 or 500 mW.
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3.0.0.3.108.6:$ E9 b  t0 v/ T; Y% c
   - NEW: HTTP access list (backported from build 112)5 x  S" E, m( i# y2 j/ @% Z
   - NEW: PPTP VPN encryption options (backported from build 112)# ?: b3 c$ x3 u8 u) w9 V% k6 C
   - FIXED: Traffic history location was't properly saved
: _. p9 n* u$ y1 r0 o' [8 ?            when changed in webui.
  Z. e" r4 y9 \! [: z2 \/ f! n   - FIXED: Disabled traffic history saving to nvram for now,4 N& d. }' P. t' t; e+ J* {
            to avoid people accidentally filling their limited nvram space.
3 l7 P$ z) z8 ^* ~8 G2 d0 k   - FIXED: Missing bottom pixels from the bottom of General menu* y8 [5 y4 A4 e7 d, t: r' u1 F2 v
   - FIXED: Removed invalid CSS attribute9 x5 u- t, @2 {( c. a" X- }3 C
   - FIXED: typo in VPN iptables entries (bug in Asus's code)5 Z+ F& H7 N; a

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; j9 w  p- F! {* S; V; p' |   - NEW: Crond starts at boot time.
8 @- l  N- \% ^1 ~4 c2 f9 X3 s   - NEW: init-start is a new user script that will be run early on# `! F9 G; f- r* g  T
          at boot time (right after jffs is mounted, and before any , D6 u) L0 c! k% l& ?/ i
          service gets started)
2 k+ H& k* A+ B+ ]- Y  - NEW: Can save traffic history to a custom location (USB or
1 G. `$ b; I- K6 B* N. ~         JFFS, for instance) to preserve it between reboots.
) C* k0 y, c/ u' r  - NEW: Added Monthly traffic page (ported from Tomato)7 j+ Q" K8 K: w1 ?' R
  - NEW: Added the Performance Tuning page (with temperature)./ h* d: b/ k# }& V7 T4 r
  - FIXED: Webui authentication was bypassed by the web server (bug in
  V' \& {5 q# z5 J' `           Asus's code)
& H3 B5 k2 M) |7 O  - FIXED: Httpd crash when uploading a FW or settings file over
/ N3 l! Q& {. R/ d           https - should simply fail now.  For now you have to ( ^3 K7 s7 x) }, Q/ F
           use http for flashing the FW or restoring your settings
5 A! c9 V6 ~4 G+ ^- |% V           from a saved config file.
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   - NEW: Clicking on the MAC address of an unidentified client will do a lookup in
' y  b$ Z( ~* n" |          the OUI database (ported from DD-WRT).
: [) f  {$ I. m8 k/ C: U, }0 h( c& Q   - NEW: Added HTTPS access to web interface (configurable under Administration)3 Q& ]4 O: Z0 F3 _  p# b+ c
   - NEW: Option to turn the WPS button into a radio on/off toggle (under Administration)
( r. N6 r) h  i( G& `* l   - FIXED: sshd would start even if disabled+ H) @  B; K. n# s
   - CHANGE: Switched back to wol, as people report better compatibility with it.. M& L  X  w3 G% o$ Z! _' b1 M
             ether-wake remains available over Telnet.
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3.0.0.3.108.3:
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   - NEW: services-start, services-stop, wan-start and firewall-start user scripts,+ Z* M1 F& F+ c/ r
          must be located in /jffs/scripts/ .
0 t  D3 c  g9 l& S1 ]   - NEW: SSHD support
8 R/ K- R5 b9 d6 n9 q5 W   - IMPROVED: Fleshed out this documentation, updated Contact info with SNB forum URL
) r$ R6 `5 Z  t2 ~% R# e   - CHANGE: Removed wol binary, and switched to ether-wake (from busybox) instead.
$ e" v" J, R# _   - CHANGE: Added "Merlin build" next to the firmware version on web interface.: Y: ?, |0 k* {, ]

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3.0.0.3.108.2:
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3.0.0.3.108.1:/ y+ f7 N* r  E! _; O
   - Initial release.
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Contact information
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( {3 b+ f% d8 }/ W- ?* \SmallNetBuilder forums (preferred method: http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/showthread.php?t=7047 as RMerlin)
1 J" z3 F" M* ^- y7 \Asus Forums (http://vip.asus.com/forum/topic.aspx?board_id=11&model=RT-N66U%20(VER.B1)&SLanguage=en-us) as RMerlin.! t9 D) ], E( |6 s* V! h. d
Website: http://www.lostrealm.ca/$ Z* r8 G) R) q) I
Github: https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin( D% O+ [3 @; N9 B2 E6 G6 [
Email: rmerl@lostrealm.ca
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5 F* \( D3 D" I: V/ O# uDevelopment news will be posted on Twitter.  You can also keep a closer eye 6 \( T* o" x* S4 D3 J) {
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 2 g2 s1 H( b1 v
post there (in the Asus Wireless section).& D7 I1 T7 z) S! j

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! u6 Q) V0 P0 ^Drop me a note if you are using this firmware and are enjoying it.  If you really like it and want
, L0 o9 H3 s: N7 I7 _. V6 vto give more than a simple "Thank you", there is also a Paypal donation button on my website.% ~7 V3 y) F6 _. z( W

. x2 h: B- M5 d9 ]I want to give my special thanks to Asus for showing an interest in this project,
  Z% R, v7 f, l. h1 C3 i6 tand also providing me with support when needed.  Also, thank you everyone who has
8 k* c! s2 {: p' T% k) Qdonated through Paypal.  Much appreciated!
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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 . W. b, H- b, ?* m' ]) U0 ~1 C
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
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
+ @, l% e6 }( h& [% d$ a/ O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!* M. t3 H/ M* r
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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