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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:
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' T  `! S3 j$ Z2 k( \1 _$ S9 e! I  Rebased on 220, includes AiCloud; added wifi client stats& P5 a% ^* B  N7 b7 |: u- H
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Asuswrt-Merlin - build 3.0.0.4.220.18b (24-Sept-2012)
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+ I4 b, f& }% J: r, ?- u/ OAsuswrt is the firmware developped by Asus for their newer routers.  They are
2 b: P( X4 b) x; Jalso porting it to some of their older models, like the RT-56U and RT-N16.  
3 f, _) k) ^& Q4 v/ `While originally based on Tomato-RT, Asus has disabled some of the
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6 ?! u* [0 \+ o2 mAsuswrt-merlin is a customized version, which I am developping.
' K$ a, ~6 h( ]0 dThe goal is to do some bugfixes and minor enhancements to Asus's firmware, 8 R1 d" [, C3 H: f
without targeting at full-blown advanced featuresets such as provided by 8 Z  Y$ u* L  b- Z' Q6 V
excellent projects like Tomato or DD-WRT.  Some of the features ! z4 C& @  i$ R% _9 e& a6 ?9 l3 U  g
that had been disabled by Asus have also been re-enabled.
2 w0 _% a: n* a$ o' R  ZThis aims to be a more restrained alternative for those who prefer to stay
. D2 Q; M3 l! k; \% D; b, {, fcloser to the original firmware, with limited risks of seeing new
) w4 c1 L% {& h9 [& N, tfeatures bring in new stability issues.  I value stability over $ \4 ~7 \! h; L, I' t- I
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9 x3 d; L, H) a& t' u* MSupported Devices% q" S2 u' E, N6 H% n' V4 |5 x) v
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These devices have experimental support (because I don't own one to test it):
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7 g  i' ?: J! N* T! ^# aHere is a list of features that Asuswrt-merlin brings over the original firmware:
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- Based on the source code of release 3.0.0.4.2201 J* ?; _( b2 Q" J) y2 z0 ]7 Z3 x3 I3 W
- Various bugfixes (like the crash on VPN/NAT Loopback access of LAN devices)! l9 i% L1 Z1 |
- WakeOnLan web interface (with user-entered preset targets)
# w. X( [) A3 w9 |1 @- Persistent JFFS partition
4 n. h) `* |7 r! v- User scripts that run on specific events
) f7 n2 U9 W; B- SSHD (through dropbear)
9 @6 M! p  o/ o1 q; y- HTTPS web interface' p, {  {& P4 r' j/ X* _; g
- Crond
9 l: \  S9 p5 G- Clicking on the MAC address of an unidentified client will do a lookup in
% x) f% @  ^, D' [7 w' e  the OUI database (ported from DD-WRT).
8 a8 `& Z6 k6 @; |3 V- Optionally turn the WPS button into a radio enable/disable switch
0 D1 b- V( g; }7 A2 i: t- Optionally save traffic stats to disk (USB or JFFS partition)# U5 y. a" \, G+ x/ a
- Display monthly traffic reports
9 C( C" `$ s5 Z/ f* j: ^& h- Display active/tracked network connections8 Z: j/ w# c* v' m5 B8 D5 s* ?% d
- Allows tweaking TCP/UDP connection tracking timeouts$ c" K; A9 c5 c& {4 W5 ?: n: a
- CIFS client support (for mounting remote SMB share on the router)# D6 M$ n( Z4 r; \
- Layer7 iptables matching
8 z/ z( a* w+ ~" y' [) l2 M  N- User-defined options for WAN DHCP queries (required by some ISPs)7 _. [2 P2 u2 L1 r! p0 u+ U
- Name field on the DHCP reservation list
: b3 r, P1 L1 X0 g  L" |$ S- Improved NAT loopback (based on code from phuzi0n from the DD-WRT forums)
0 R5 O' X0 _( H( T2 v+ ^) R- Dual WAN support (both failover and load
  _( k2 P9 H5 k( p! @3 S, V! l# C  balancing supported) (EXPERIMENTAL) (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U)
6 N% n# m( U$ T& h- Disk spindown after user-configurable inactivity timeout
0 d7 B* Q, q+ C' @- System info summary page
% s" T; v8 c: l  j" Z3 V; l- Wireless client IP, hostname, rate and rssi on the Wireless Log page9 G- l6 ?" S  j5 [: o$ d
- OpenVPN client and server, based on code originally written by% |9 Q3 i$ N! j: w8 i* k, H
  Keith Moyer for Tomato and reused with his
+ b' e1 V7 _  q/ A# j  permission. (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U)9 D5 U. W9 X5 }$ O) ]. e
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8 ~5 Y4 A: d% V% C5 I8 _' fInstallation+ C! K9 \5 m& J1 q. Y, I, x8 O' L$ d
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Simply flash it like any regular update.  You should not need to reset to 5 Y8 h% E" b( ^% ^  L
factory defaults, unless coming from a version that used a different ( r) V+ `4 k" t9 w& c( y  r/ X
nvram size.  You can revert back to an original Asus firmware at any time just
& Q/ y8 R& ]# l$ ~/ X2 sby flashing one.8 Y5 X# \% t2 |, a; M

- E0 d/ ?+ Q$ [% CNOTE: If you were still running a 32KB nvram firmware on an RT-N66U, the! F7 @) E/ c$ E) _# \2 J* @
first time you flash a 64KB-enabled firmware (such as Asuswrt-merlin) it & {' o3 k" m- K" `$ q1 z
will wipe ALL your current settings and revert back to factory default!
: a; i: x6 q& Q4 s) `This is required to upgrade the nvram storage to 64 KB.
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* JFFS *
4 C: f& E* w- k8 G: H  d6 OJFFS is a writable section of the flash memory (around 12 MB) which will $ I' h: M% q1 i7 d% i% R2 J
allow you to store small files (such as scripts) inside the router without 7 U; N/ d! _; |5 a0 [5 A/ {
needing to have a USB disk plugged in.  This space will survive reboot (but
: a1 O* c+ O: M5 Oit *MIGHT NOT survive firmware flashing*, so back it up first before flashing!).  1 \4 p+ b9 [" f
It will also be available fairly early at boot (before USB disks).8 E) q5 E# U8 Q, x' W  e/ T. ?, D
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First time you enable JFFS, it must be formatted.  This can be done through ! {( w! H) ^* ^$ a2 Z% o+ {
the web page, same page where you enable it.  Enabling/Disabling/Formating
& P' f3 @+ M9 }& E  uJFFS requires a reboot to take effect.
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I do not recommend doing frequent writes to this area, as it will
3 U. V6 v: G# {2 \prematuraly wear out the flash storage.  This is a good place to , ?6 Y, h4 F7 x: k( {
put files that are written once like scripts or kernel modules, or
% }) K& y. t& @5 P, r& pthat rarely get written to (like once a day).  Storing files that + U0 P$ t8 P" n* t* \
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These are shell scripts that you can create, and which will be run when # U9 R0 O9 G4 d0 |- O
certain events occur.  Those scripts must be saved in /jffs/scripts/
0 v5 z" M# w( a* R6 {(so, JFFS must be enabled and formatted).  Available scripts:
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- services-start:  Services are started (boot)
# _2 n: h; r* Y$ A. K# T7 ?3 \- services-stop:  Services are stopped (reboot). [  Z( v" U, l- C4 \0 @
- wan-start:  WAN interface just come up (includes if it went down and back up)
% q: I  V7 [3 x& W' p  }) G- firewall-start:  Firewall is started (filter rules have been applied)
- @* B5 T: M6 l- nat-start: nat rules (i.e. port forwards and such) have been applied (nat table)
7 Y( y1 O) x) W7 P% ?9 e- init-start:  Right after jffs is mounted, before any of the services get started) a, J- Y2 A- ~% c. J( V
- pre-mount:  Just before a partition is mounted.  Be careful with # @6 X1 G+ q8 V- l6 o* c# p
  this script.  This is run in a blocking call and will block the mounting of the 9 |2 k& f% C, E2 T' n& k  E5 @9 A
  partition  for which it is invoked till its execution is complete. This is done , W6 N( x! q; }$ T
  so that it can be used for things like running e2fsck on the partition before / f0 X2 @* c  x0 c! \. ?2 F, z
  mounting. This script is also passed the device path being mounted as an
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- post-mount:  Just after a partition is mounted
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Don't forget to set them as executable:
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7 `1 T' v& O4 P7 g6 f. pAnd like any Linux script, they need to start with a shebang:
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$ r0 C3 M* z& g) g7 V. iThere's a WOL tab under the new Tools menu.  From there you can enter a2 V5 |6 i- J+ u' w+ {  D3 a
target computer's MAC address to send it a WakeOnLan packet.  You can also
$ K3 u: p9 ]' O/ v0 g: I9 M$ |: kcreate a list of MAC addresses that will be stored in nvram, and on: u7 \! s! Z7 [* }  |# x' M4 ~, ?
which you can click afterward to wake up one of the listed computers, without * O- v3 c6 y! Y/ E5 j1 C
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* SSHD *
+ K+ r$ ?0 C7 @" CSSH support (through Dropbear) was re-enabled.  Password-based login will use
1 ]3 l, E' M$ ^4 X3 K* t6 `# ~7 Dthe same username and password as telnet/web access.  You can also optionally * R6 @" d" b* L. o; i# W
insert a RSA public key there for keypair-based authentication.  There
* M) q) x8 W4 c& v/ X; lis also an option to make ssh access available over WAN.
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I re-enabled HTTPS access in the firmware.  From the Administration->System 9 U- ]5 a: r0 o: z; e- W: v
page you can configure your router so it accepts connections on http, https
' c: t/ f% R% ~% Mor both.  You can also change the https port to a different one
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  x9 Y7 o5 H  xYou can configure the router so pressing the WPS button will
7 Q. E$ t3 \: j! S9 t1 P7 F! F% C) itoggle the radio on/off instead of starting WPS mode.
  b, j, y4 g1 PThe option to enable this feature can be found on the
& J* v( }; b4 l; X4 PAdministration page, on the System tab.
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- U# l# B2 j- h# l. ^: A' TCrond will automatically start at boot time.  You can
) n; d  K7 C& R2 ]1 m% Y7 zput your cron tasks in /var/spool/cron/crontabs/ .  The file
$ p) N7 W) y6 y% v) t* qmust be named "admin" as this is the name of the system user.
8 x, e  M5 v- F2 g* cNote that this location resides in RAM, so you would have to
2 Q; x2 r: a. R8 E6 w; J/ C9 jput your cron script somewhere such as in the jffs partition, 1 I; ]+ W% C9 o' r# {7 i% P  L
and at boot time copy it to /var/spool/cron/crontabs/ using ; H8 k7 k) z9 e
an init-start user script.
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to save your traffic history to disk, preserving it between ( I, I* K& _. T4 c  L! E
router reboots (by default it is currently kept in RAM,
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# i: [. X7 R1 J; ^$ \+ V1 }You can save it to a custom location (for
' b* u- }5 Z3 |- Y3 dexample, "/jffs/" if you have jffs enabled), or ; p: k( h6 {$ f0 R
/mnt/sda1/ if you have a USB disk plugged in.. {4 D& h* E% Y$ P2 q
Save frequency is also configurable - it is recommended
: X$ Q3 a' D! ?/ @4 q3 s; N$ dto keep that frequency lower (for example, once a day)
/ D( f/ n' ]* mif you are saving to jffs, to reduce wearing out
+ |, h+ D5 X/ Oyour flash memory.  Make sure not to forget the trailing
" {$ X+ V& ]5 h  P% R: ~slash ad the end of the path.: f9 ]/ {5 D9 M! W" e
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8 g/ E* q& {- t9 k- f1 Q9 bThis page will list the currently tracked network connections.
8 c5 k/ D8 ~) B7 m3 |You can enable name resolution for IPs on the Tools menu,) W9 z3 M! q4 V. g+ l  O1 }# p
under "Other Settings".  Note that name resolution can
) T5 |) X# |: [4 P- L. Xslow down the loading of this page, especially if you have . W. T8 u  p6 w1 b0 L& G' x
a lot of tracked connections (for instance while torrenting).0 q' D1 l7 a4 P- J& {
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6 }' K9 }  I- L' h" g7 aUnder Tools -> Other Settings there are various parameters 0 D7 g  z; L8 w9 S) {6 s
that lets you tweak the timeout values related to connection 0 U- l. y' x* b" P& n- T
tracking for TCP and UDP connections.  You should be careful with # I( O. H8 i3 t1 T# x
those settings.  Most commonly, people will tweak the UDP timeout - x. T7 M% q& E
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Timeout values are in seconds.
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% Z: c# |0 l2 z( c* V* Mounting remote CIFS shares on the router *
$ N$ S! S% N: c' q3 u* |8 [You can mount remote SMB shares on your router.  The syntax will
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# V5 ?8 H: {  n( X4 }3 `mount \\\\192.168.1.100\\ShareName /cifs1 -t cifs -o "username=User,password=Pass"/ y# B! T% [. ^7 T. @
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* Dual WAN (EXPERIMENTAL) *
8 y, Z# C3 p" U2 cAsuswrt originally supports using a USB 3G/4G modem to use as a ' G9 b4 W, F& Q* M5 O
failover Internet connection.  Dual WAN is the next step, also & b$ ]# J) X, _- y$ F; o' X$ |
developped by Asus but left disabled so far in their official 4 J9 K$ Q5 r/ K
releases (probably because this is still work in progress).  
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9 L7 `% c$ r: ZThe first improvement over USB failover is that it works not only & u9 y. x! C3 X" O4 |
with USB but with other ethernet devices, which can be plugged
: K5 v5 g! d: c1 V! X4 Von one of the LAN ports that you will select as the secondary WAN
0 u4 H. \: y) J% Y: l( Zinterface.  The second difference is that in addition to failover 1 s& v: K* P' ]
mode, Dual WAN also supports a load balancing mode, allowing
/ z( K, W0 Y  H/ U* a0 F8 zyou to share both connections at once.
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+ _+ P! m* h, q0 SKeep in mind that Dual WAN is still an experimental feature, until , U4 z9 f; E0 O' b- ]' E
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* Disk Spindown when idle *
  ^" t" ^" ]: X, rJeff Gibbons's sd-idle-2.6 has been added to the firmware, allowing you
6 Y/ j5 |; X; O2 Xto configure a timeout value (in seconds) on the Tools -> Other Settings / x* D  ]0 \5 {* f" h
page.  Plugged hard drives will stop spinning after being inactive
+ D0 Q2 r6 p  K  J# S4 ?4 Mfor that specified period of time.  Note that services like Download Master ; o" E2 }# T: Y' K" ^
might be generating background disk activity, preventing it from idling.
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* OpenVPN (client and server) *
/ J. @" E8 Z, B4 I$ x4 COpenVPN is an SSL-based VPN technology that is provided as a
( l, R  x" X) B; t. _secure alternative to the PPTP VPN already included by Asus.
, ~( R. @4 Q2 o; @% [+ WOpenVPN is far more secure and more flexible, however it is ; L- n" m! y# C! v- o, D0 [2 `
not as easy to configure, and requires the installation of ' E* e5 F" O$ h( i
a client software on your computer client.  The client ; L( @7 ]. \, m
can be obtained through this download page:
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! X/ S# L1 b" ~) V# }* t* Hhttp://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source/downloads.html( y4 }- J, A( g7 N

* |9 d) {. [, N( u4 LExplaining the details of OpenVPN are beyond the scope of this 6 p& Y/ i& \& ~" U
documentation, and I am in no way an expert on OpenVPN.
0 b- V2 T0 L% ~/ _9 n, v/ T! P3 `8 KFortunately, there is a lot of available documentation and + Y" a0 c4 ^) M4 @
Howto guides out there.  I tried to stick to the same option
8 X9 p5 N0 F' adescriptions as used by Tomato, so about any guide written
( o) u5 ]# v+ K- ufor Tomato can easily be used to guide you on ; V, n9 i: n3 h7 o$ ]; |8 _
Asuswrt-Merlin.  For pointers, check the Wiki on the Asuswrt-Merlin - U+ T9 d' B- R
Github repository.# c; Q* D# w) \) t) |7 P7 G
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Source code
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The source code with all my modifications can be found   `& U5 j; d' z  |$ P; d
on Github, at:
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https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin2 w1 _/ j8 Q4 W0 ]6 w3 {9 v% B

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3.0.0.4.220.18b:
: S, Y) t2 s# s' }/ y   - NEW: Report both rx and tx rates on wifi connections6 q5 Q( Y. `( a. l5 P
   - FIXED: Handle cases where the wireless driver returns a speed of -1" o: c: {# u9 B* |( }
   - FIXED: Removed rssi retrieval retries, as it would make the first access to% u- z& |& U2 p
            the wireless page take forever if you had multiple connected clients.
$ k/ J/ _# N2 Z  s+ h            You will have to manually refresh the page the first time you access it
# E1 g. m" J! \" i# Y3 d% x' k            if the RSSI is reported as "??".
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6 \9 P- O" q% `+ j; b3.0.0.4.220.18:
1 \, n" O" R. Y/ G1 F+ u6 a7 `   - NEW: Added OpenVPN logging verbosity setting (vpn_loglevel, must be' |" j5 e$ e  B: ?/ S
          manually set to a value between 0 and 15, with 3 being the default).
( ~7 {8 Q( ?+ A: M   - FIXED: Buffer overrun in init code that would crash the router when : T7 ^- n5 _) A, L2 T
            too many features were enabled at compile time.! y# c( b1 R! U& i8 x
   - FIXED: Re-enabled DualWAN (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U)6 B4 l+ D& B! t* F' j/ N) {7 O
   - FIXED: Re-enabled Beceem (Wimax) support in RT-AC66U., L+ t9 ~$ k2 ^' ]( v
   - FIXED: OpenVPN 'Start with WAN' and 'Respond to DNS' settings were
" ~( Q. n4 V8 r4 a* x6 x3 \" H            not properly saved.
9 k1 L$ V' h+ R" b" o/ A& M$ G   - FIXED: First time a client's rssi is polled it would return 0.
+ }  O' w/ Q+ ^$ o( r; {9 {+ S   - FIXED: post-mount user script wasn't executed (regression in 220.17)
6 Q) O0 X. J0 P- \( {! J   - CHANGED: Added some info to the OpenVPN server and client pages.
' G  u$ |0 o+ `, h2 Y1 T   - CHANGED: Improved load time of the VPN Status page.
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2 O" @8 [# \" A' O  q; a   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.4.220, which includes:
/ _& F$ f; k& I0 m) B# m3 d            * Fixes to IPv6 6rd3 l! U- ]7 x) r( |& J9 F
            * Fixes to AC66U Wifi + QoS$ L9 [5 w6 J. ~3 c- K7 W
            * AiCloud$ c5 a/ K! Q: G" S7 X' A
            * Interference mode once again enabled& W7 b( |$ g. j9 w1 z3 u& ]
  - NEW: Display last received rate and rssi for each clients on Wireless Log page.- J8 h9 o, |4 b$ i% v& S2 D+ C# a* j
  - FIXED: dnsmasq not listening to DNS requests from OpenVPN clients
+ K& ^! R# V) ]2 I           if you had just enabled the option on the webui./ k7 s) u4 Y0 S" n3 C/ ]" i
  - FIXED: PPTP clients not always showing on VPN Status page.
! e- P: Q- i. x& w; Q) w! t/ W  - CHANGED: Disabled DualWAN as it's currently broken in 220.
0 l& Y5 F' u; o; M  - CHANGED: Disabled Beceem Wimax support in RT-AC66U as it bricks
$ E* J5 o( a6 R- i1 l; @             the router.' y" v7 ?& D+ X7 x( }6 b
  - CHANGED: Removed firmware update checker to avoid accidental8 p0 d' W/ w2 d0 @) \( E& P
             revert to original FW.2 @% A- n3 Q& {0 V% a  ?  P& _

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3.0.0.3.178.16 Beta:: `' M8 w& H$ M) `9 H" y
   - NEW: (RT-N66U, RT-AC66U) Implemented OpenVPN, based on code written by
+ R1 o4 ]) R5 u          Keith Moyer (from the Tomato project).5 W  u4 f0 A& s1 r4 S% g
   - NEW: Added crontab command2 ]  A( L# `: f% u. @6 C
   - FIXED: (RT-AC66U) Would crash when accessing a LAN device through either 5 ]% z, K' ]9 P# G, G
            VPN or the NAT Loopback (GRO is now disabled for that device)
& t- x) m- B* k! o  Z   - FIXED: dnsmasq was listening to all interfaces by default, allowing
3 Q: o! j# S, k3 s            even dhcp requests to be serviced from the wan side if you$ Y' T( z2 b5 R7 h. }) ^
            had the firewall disabled (Asus bug) (fixed by dev0id)
. N. |, U2 ~7 ~8 P   - FIXED: Default disk idle spindown now set to 0 (disabled).
, M3 u& W" W1 d! H( Q7 N  X1 v/ F   - FIXED: Corrupted WOL list when using IE.5 u" Q' H) K/ K+ P/ S' ~
   - CHANGED: Upgraded openssl to 1.0.0j.! M) |' w0 d" D2 S
   - CHANGED: Included fully functional openssl command (will allow you to
  f8 M: E# r8 G              create keypairs and certificates from the router).% P; X$ b# Z! J; p: x* h: a+ }& S0 g
   - CHANGED: Removed power adjustments from the Performance page, as they6 X, d( g& C" R, H0 d
              are redundant, and not as reliable.
5 Z- i/ K& t* {   - CHANGED: (RT-N16) Disabled Dual WAN, as it exhibited many issues, and I
5 Z* d& H) n3 K( f/ t& I* i              am unable to work on them without an actual router.0 e9 E) t7 N" A
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9 ^* D$ I1 o% G& P6 b8 V9 ^3.0.0.3.178.15:
& v3 p4 O4 j( B8 l( o   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.178.  Notable fixes by Asus:& C/ k3 G6 _7 c) O$ ?( Y0 ~! ^9 [
           * Radio turns back on based on schedule) U( o/ f7 h- ^6 G" J
           * Reorganized QoS pages
& d* b" x1 v4 S           * Turning WAN DHCP connection off will first release current DHCP lease
4 i1 J0 m$ T/ V% u9 m+ r1 r2 N3 u   - NEW: RT-AC66U officialy supported, with all the same features as the RT-N66U., m7 Q% x  i% v) [. o( v2 z
   - NEW: (RT-AC66U) Implemented JFFS support.  Limiting partition to 32 MB
) O$ O) C* l0 K3 i$ Y          max, as using the whole 90+ MB available makes little sense for
" T; r  w. P4 [; S, v9 {          JFFS, and was also displaying some issues.
$ G6 @2 |% ~, }* m' a2 h/ e9 Y   - NEW: Added nat-start user script, as NAT rules get applied separately from8 |8 M5 \) ?& w  N2 a+ i: }. w: Y
          other firewall rules (firewall-start changes to the nat table are 2 S/ d& K( }, P# j4 e
          being overwritten when the router starts NAT)7 u1 \8 e& n1 T$ V0 c  D
   - NEW: Added additional info to Sysinfo page
8 }$ T" n" d/ p6 U" l   - NEW: Added chroot applet4 ~$ Z/ Y. B0 M- k* z' O
   - NEW: Option to allow SSH access from WAN( x% ?8 ^# e8 C; g7 w
   - NEW: Option to exclude specific devices from idle spindown
3 ?% J. R7 A  \( O( P" a   - FIXED: Performance page now uses the new Sysinfo API, and is now able
1 s! V6 I2 i6 y' g, }6 a            to deal with cases where radios are disabled.
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$ Y1 K* Z9 ]3 ]$ k3.0.0.3.162.14b:
! W. E( `: O- A/ Y   - FIXED: Web server would crash for some people when accessing
& o+ A; L" z7 P2 u- x: f+ x9 N            the Wireless Log page.
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   - NEW: Spin down disks after (user-configurable) inactivity timeout
4 {( u) s  D; w, m9 d; U. q3 Z          (using Jeff Gibbons' sd-idle-2.6)/ t% N7 H0 c$ e+ Z9 C; k, u/ v* a  I2 E
   - NEW: System information page under the Tools menu.5 X/ Q/ @1 p2 ^' G+ y
   - NEW: Station list on the Wireless Log page will now report associated
" B& G! p# C. i, w          IP and hostnames (when possible).
! K9 W3 o* g5 P* E5 a9 @9 K9 E   - CHANGED: Upgraded to MiniDLNA 1.0.25 (changelog:3 G, G. n: ^3 h5 O- e
              http://sourceforge.net/projects/minidlna/files/minidlna/1.0.25/)
) U* a: }- j: ~; s6 N4 \   - CHANGED: Better integration of the Run Cmd page.
8 o  x( _0 E* @: O; K   - FIXED: Incorrect left menu rendering when under the Tools menu.
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   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.162.) @, e* }5 A: E* y7 m0 z
   - CHANGED: Switched to WPS radio toggle code Asus added,
9 Q  p1 R2 Y! D              now on the Administration -> System tab.( N0 ^& B  S( Y5 L& ]  @- {& k

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3.0.0.3.157.12 Beta:
5 d7 m" E: [( X: @# oThis is based on unreleased Asus code, which they have * Y/ C  H1 _# ]; j
graciously provided me with.
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   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.157.  Notable changes from Asus:
  F8 z& Y+ Q0 n. @* v! W9 _$ D      . IPv6 tunnel memory leak fixed
" r% U0 M" n+ V1 m7 o) Y; A" q      . They fixed many issues, making some of my patches
% f3 u! `7 m6 q1 z3 K        no longer necessary, such as timezone DST, https auth, etc...' \' `6 {0 c! C  z% w
      . Upgraded radvd2 M6 ^9 I* [! {3 s9 v
   - NEW: Added link to the command shell page in Tools menu.7 d/ K0 O1 T+ ~
   - NEW: (RT-N16) Enabled power settings (EXPERIMENTAL)3 A7 n, [3 Z; G/ Q% d
   - NEW: Added "tee" command.( z4 ~6 ?; f; Z  R1 Z! @
   - FIXED: NAT loopback rules would actually NAT every lan to lan
( @. i. N5 ~9 G/ a* A            connections instead of only those needing the loopback0 `9 O+ h# j7 d) Z: |
            (bug in Asus's code).  Replaced with new code based on a1 a; l+ O# l0 e, r( X% h
            suggestion from Phuzi0n on the DD-WRT forums.. i. Y6 J0 v9 v' V9 z
   - FIXED: Accessing the WOL page would make it resend the last
1 }& d8 s& @( Z            WOL request./ K; c, I5 @* M: Z
   - FIXED: 'cru' was using 'root' instead of 'admin'; y' C& [3 c5 [7 n. \: A6 ^- E
   - CHANGED: Re-enabled Dual WAN (EXPERIMENTAL)$ d$ e- q' d6 [* F* T' F
   - CHANGED: Made tracked connections load async from rest of the page
: l- e4 y0 R9 R3 E3 [   - CHANGED: Increased hostname width on Connection status page
( @0 U' ^$ \8 o. f/ A0 g$ z   - CHANGED: Improved WOL page functionality.* w3 c) B' L- V

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  G$ r' K/ e4 U3.0.0.3.144.11 Beta:
* J; ?4 T! d4 R' ^$ k1 Y   - NEW: Name field added to DHCP reservation list
1 r8 s5 u9 @: {' Q: T# ?4 s8 B   - NEW: Webui option to enable resolving IPs on the Connections tab" I( P7 {1 _% E  _' W
   - NEW: Store a list of computer MACs to use as WOL targets, J- s) f2 c: T0 C4 Q
   - CHANGED: Increased dhcp options from 32 to 128 characters$ x; h* _8 C5 k5 X2 q( l
   - FIXED: Brought max PPTPD password lenght back to 32 chars (Asus had reduced0 V3 R2 N4 q9 p: ~( j! A$ b8 o6 u9 l
     it to 16 in recent versions)
0 i6 C+ j" s& {( _0 r: s   - FIXED: Retrieve dhcpc options for the correct wan interface6 `, t& I" x) o' y9 Z

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0 `' s4 N1 F+ O1 n9 ?" h3.0.0.3.144.10:! ^% w* N( X7 |# i- W( O
   - NEW: Rebased on 3.0.0.3.144.
# A8 y* U, D% J; u   - NEW: Support for 64K NVRAM enabled.  ***First flash will
0 ^4 G2 T- i8 F" X+ s5 C          wipe out ALL your settings!  And you cannot restore 9 U6 |! C" A$ y
          from saved settings - you must manually reconfigure
; H! |! \+ x- j+ U* k9 E          everything.  Be warned!***
# o# A" n4 h# J- R. E- _6 {. ?' n- {   - NEW: Enabled support for Broadcom Wimax devices
  ?" \. U3 f$ E   - NEW: Added cifs kernel module (for mounting remote SMB shares)
/ \& u" S1 [5 c3 l   - NEW: Added layer7 iptables matching
  W' C0 {4 a9 o   - NEW: Added user-options for DHCP on the WAN page
, U" o6 c- l# O2 g3 V/ t   - FIXED: Router crashing when connecting to it over Wifi
/ B2 j" a- \' T% h            and running the newer QoS code (disabled GRO)
! {, l- `2 Z6 }( [   - FIXED: Router crashing when connecting to a network & @" q: f( E9 @9 C! }" w; Z
            device behind the router from over a VPN7 ^$ D3 r- B# E
            connection (disabled GRO).# l2 D# V' u, E- t, f
   - FIXED: Incorrect timezone set unless enabling5 A) p- J2 j$ W# y' u% Y
            manual DST.4 }3 m* E4 s7 h6 k6 o: k4 K0 s6 h

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   - NEW: Enabled new Dual WAN support from Asus
; X( @: u5 {9 \  h   - FIXED: no-ip DDNS entry would revert to Asus DDNS on webui" B. D+ G/ Q+ `/ N4 ~3 @, |2 V$ d$ z
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*** Reverting to factory defaults BEFORE and AFTER flashing
1 j$ J- C0 V. ^8 s8 a3 L8 cthis version is strongly recommended!  The newer Asus code base
5 h4 r7 R( a+ o5 f5 I. G7 ~seems to have changed quite a few settings, so you'll want to / G* H% u2 |3 G8 U0 ]6 T' n4 w/ I
not only start with the new default values, but also get rid . K% b& P8 }  A9 }0 ?: Y
of obsolete settings.  Otherwise you will be wasting a 8 X: q" o+ Q5 r0 U
good amount of the limited available nvram. ***1 ~: R! C1 E) Y# i; [

! p) r- C: }. `- \2 _! [7 O2 n' |   - KNOWN ISSUE: Memory leak when using IPv6 (bug in Asus's code
  v  x) ?' x* _5 Y/ z' u- w                  and/or kernel code)! R. e4 x/ g5 X% v3 W4 x, A' @6 P

$ m# E# S# h: Q   - KNOWN ISSUE: PPTP VPN can randomly reboot the router if accessing ; u- q+ }: e' r  _6 {# J
                  a LAN device behind the router.  Workaround is to 9 X8 B, g6 q2 {# K2 T2 p
                  use an IP range outside of the local LAN
5 O3 k" N4 A0 x! b! |                  (i.e. 10.0.0.0 instead of 192.168.1.0), and either 0 g0 O, N/ s( C% m
                  set your VPN to use the VPN tunnel as default
1 x  D2 ]  q1 R: |" g1 r% i                  gateway, or manually add a route to your VPN
% i1 ?9 L$ {0 I! G* i* {& E* m0 E                  client.
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   - NEW: Rebased patches on 3.0.0.4.130 (RT-N53U sources).
% @( E. ^6 L9 |/ j          Build 130 brings various code changes to IPv6, not sure
; d; x* t# u, f$ V, O$ o( h& `          what else (as I have no changelog between 112 and 130).- L0 B( F; Y5 J. }2 H
          The QoS code remains from build 108, as build 130 is
" S9 w  Q) V$ E- F2 I! H          unstable.# H: a) A& E) t( S9 g) Z" b
   - NEW: Added "diff" utility
2 @% r0 \. |/ U1 W4 O1 }   - NEW: Keyword-based filter (new in 130)
. Y# g1 L9 ^4 I9 |   - FIXED: Firmware/settings can now be uploaded over HTTPS
9 C' e- ]% i7 Q5 L( ~8 d/ d            (bug fixed by Asus)  A  I( O& J* E9 k! x+ [& a- M
   - FIXED: Buffer overflow in networkmap that would cause garbled
6 Q: _2 p( M; ^- l  @' t* z3 U; v7 n+ p            device names to appear on the clists list (bug in
( a) H  u4 z5 T2 Y+ m            Asus's code)
) g3 m  S3 h( g$ s( J& B: A( v- Q   - FIXED: Firewall would break when applying a game preset that ; l# g# ]5 i2 J9 ]& g7 P8 @
            had multiple ports separated by a "," (bug in Asus's+ |% i' I4 p- E0 R+ ]
            code)
5 N( Q% T5 @% E& M( v   - FIXED: WOL through webui wasn't working when IPv6 is enabled
. J( H9 q% _3 ~1 ?1 u   - FIXED: Memory leak in sit.ko (backported from Linux 2.6.25.3)
, u, Y7 @% f6 Z  w   - IMPROVED: /jffs/scripts/ will be created automatically if it
8 j) Q; r+ ?0 z' Q, q               doesn't exist (you must still make any new script
6 G, ~' o+ }( c6 E% c               executable using "chmod a+rx script_filename")- O4 y4 I: y  n" x& h# S8 m2 S1 x
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3.0.0.3.108.7:8 i0 W0 A* V9 r( I& `
   - NEW: Added no-ip.com support to DDNS (patch submitted by Igor Pavlov)
& @) i* q% W' c3 R. _8 S   - NEW: Added webui page under System Log to display active/tracked9 K- I, _8 s( L5 c0 E
          network connections.
1 V2 ]+ s0 ]( U  e4 F- u   - NEW: Added netstat-nat command.* g4 b' ^8 {' b% |% _$ ]
   - NEW: Added pre-mount and post-mount user scripts (patch submitted by
2 k# G  O6 X( c! D1 U          Shantanu Goel)9 x" q, Q" F% W3 l- z) c- T5 s( @, ^
   - NEW: Allows tweaking TCP/UDP connection tracking timeouts7 \) K" Y9 m& M3 Z
   - FIXED: Removed check in Asus's code that would reject txpower > 80; v' M( b6 L0 y5 s1 o1 F
            unless you clicked three times on Apply (?!).5 Q2 \/ n0 U0 `# z1 }
            NOTE: Still not sure power setting even works, as I get+ A1 w& b0 O7 }1 q7 L
            -80db from the other end of the house no matter if I use
+ J  ~" H* [2 p) P5 V' S            40 or 500 mW.) u$ r0 ?& R$ I( V- s) g
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3.0.0.3.108.6:
. d8 @+ [4 C) q0 k; a+ ]) \+ ^   - NEW: HTTP access list (backported from build 112)
) c9 E, k1 E$ q3 F0 T/ }, E   - NEW: PPTP VPN encryption options (backported from build 112); A; ~( L4 h" K; A+ t0 O2 A
   - FIXED: Traffic history location was't properly saved9 w$ Q8 X# i0 `
            when changed in webui.
, p$ Q4 g. X/ y; w6 H9 {" w) w   - FIXED: Disabled traffic history saving to nvram for now,
8 p8 c% N4 c" c9 H* Z& `            to avoid people accidentally filling their limited nvram space.
0 l- L) V! o& ~9 R& s, r9 ]   - FIXED: Missing bottom pixels from the bottom of General menu% Q4 s+ m) X& `0 {" C' s
   - FIXED: Removed invalid CSS attribute
+ t8 s, ?7 e: t" E   - FIXED: typo in VPN iptables entries (bug in Asus's code)
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: [) `; G1 N( ~: |* |3.0.0.3.108.5:
" r% \! Q9 z5 _+ Q0 @   - NEW: Crond starts at boot time.. z* h  Q3 s. S$ Y* s9 B
   - NEW: init-start is a new user script that will be run early on% j% G& H: J7 y- i
          at boot time (right after jffs is mounted, and before any 5 z0 R: X& m- \& T
          service gets started), \3 D. \3 i; T% d0 h
  - NEW: Can save traffic history to a custom location (USB or
8 b) O& Z5 o! `" C; F         JFFS, for instance) to preserve it between reboots.; |$ v2 R0 {$ c  D
  - NEW: Added Monthly traffic page (ported from Tomato)
# h4 U7 K9 M  Y- ]2 j, ?. Z) l2 f  - NEW: Added the Performance Tuning page (with temperature).
$ t$ |. z2 c# O2 b7 W# u2 C  - FIXED: Webui authentication was bypassed by the web server (bug in
+ d2 u% B! J+ t0 S! v# y/ t1 B           Asus's code)) W# ?& b1 w! W. e) M3 z1 X
  - FIXED: Httpd crash when uploading a FW or settings file over1 y6 I9 s5 S  F6 i6 F7 Z6 X
           https - should simply fail now.  For now you have to ! Q' u$ h5 b0 U* Q
           use http for flashing the FW or restoring your settings& l/ ~3 P2 r/ C: S" f7 i
           from a saved config file.
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3.0.0.3.108.4:
+ z7 {" @0 D$ w( b/ f) z8 x0 g! C% }   - NEW: Clicking on the MAC address of an unidentified client will do a lookup in+ d) c9 [  Z5 \# [/ L
          the OUI database (ported from DD-WRT).
9 A. s4 W0 Y0 N3 K   - NEW: Added HTTPS access to web interface (configurable under Administration)& x2 Q. V$ P) ?# R* R) c
   - NEW: Option to turn the WPS button into a radio on/off toggle (under Administration)
" b5 S' t5 g: i0 H# S+ g) l9 ^   - FIXED: sshd would start even if disabled
% y8 Z6 Z- ], j5 i" E   - CHANGE: Switched back to wol, as people report better compatibility with it.
# I. o" `+ z7 f             ether-wake remains available over Telnet.
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6 j; Q% x( s5 p& g# i* T) Z3.0.0.3.108.3:% B- P# C! s; O  V
   - NEW: JFFS support (mounted under /jffs)
/ q# e+ n- |; E; F6 ^) |% P: C   - NEW: services-start, services-stop, wan-start and firewall-start user scripts,+ b$ _2 G( K" m+ c) g) s: @7 }
          must be located in /jffs/scripts/ .) i/ F9 |$ U2 b# t/ o& d& h
   - NEW: SSHD support: ]6 r+ j3 i2 O6 A* p# ^6 S* f1 @7 {
   - IMPROVED: Fleshed out this documentation, updated Contact info with SNB forum URL1 k8 K7 m& c0 T! E
   - CHANGE: Removed wol binary, and switched to ether-wake (from busybox) instead.' B) W3 O! T  @0 ?
   - CHANGE: Added "Merlin build" next to the firmware version on web interface.: y! z, Z  k& m- r" K: O$ R
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# \  e/ n6 h$ l5 O/ x4 I) M
3.0.0.3.108.2:; H* H2 z4 J* n% Q5 n7 c, C1 |
   - NEW: Added WakeOnLan web page
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3.0.0.3.108.1:8 t' {, a, g* v, H
   - Initial release.+ `5 b. ]& Z; z. i" V  j/ q

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Contact information
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SmallNetBuilder forums (preferred method: http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/showthread.php?t=7047 as RMerlin)
- f, g$ L: J+ AAsus Forums (http://vip.asus.com/forum/topic.aspx?board_id=11&model=RT-N66U%20(VER.B1)&SLanguage=en-us) as RMerlin.
2 i/ M' ]% c4 J6 J, ZWebsite: http://www.lostrealm.ca/6 R5 k1 c! i7 O+ B
Github: https://github.com/RMerl/asuswrt-merlin& X3 F2 ^/ m: i! O5 Y8 r$ ~
Email: rmerl@lostrealm.ca
5 ~8 |$ B4 s+ b" WTwitter: https://twitter.com/RMerlinDev
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2 N) T  A, A8 e3 J# ~- ^Development news will be posted on Twitter.  You can also keep a closer eye 1 O  @6 a% w+ F& l8 z2 ]
on development as it happens through the Github site.2 r! o! p6 L8 U

6 O8 t+ a" q2 b/ t  PFor support question, plese use the SmallNetBuilder forums whenever possible, I regularily
3 q8 Q9 R& M' Z! B6 A: bpost there (in the Asus Wireless section)., {8 T% x2 L% v: a2 |% l9 A

+ |1 j, L! }6 B) e, ^' I" u0 T+ u* ^9 N! y' m
Drop me a note if you are using this firmware and are enjoying it.  If you really like it and want
% u& [) W# R) N9 ?to give more than a simple "Thank you", there is also a Paypal donation button on my website.; E$ m. L; C4 A

( z+ i" d& X) H* ]: _; HI want to give my special thanks to Asus for showing an interest in this project,   S& o$ k5 K4 [& P& h* ?
and also providing me with support when needed.  Also, thank you everyone who has 5 K* N  k! g, [  j1 {- i# r: L
donated through Paypal.  Much appreciated!/ N* B% S1 w# w6 W1 ^% M! M6 H
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Eric Sauvageau" m* j. F" f3 x1 N; H- }

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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
8 V0 p4 H0 {8 V谢谢,正好有个N16,刷机试试效果。

5 D0 j9 u0 i2 o4 |; Z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
* ^! K; V' O: {+ L9 e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!
( ^9 Q2 U& o  P/ l" ~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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