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Based on OpenWRT SVN r39999 source code, including common components.
SVN r39161 Compilation: http://blog.ich8.com/post/4274
SVN r39433 Compilation: http://blog.ich8.com/post/4363
This version (Build1403) is an update of Build 1402. With the main revision of the previous version, the kernel is turned on for more chipset support (test), and the vsftp plug-in for animefans_xj shoes is used to improve some details. If there is no major problem with the previous version, the wood must be upgraded. If you want to upgrade and retain the configuration file, please refer to the following.
Samba performance optimization, please find it yourself.
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+update linux kernel 3.10.36
+Update nginx 1.5.12
+Update OpenSSL 1.0.1g
+ Added IDE channel support for more chipsets and some third-party chipsets (test)
- Add/delete Cancel the default vsftp, use the vsftp plugin for animefans_xj children's shoes
+ New fping tool
+ Improve BCM Gigabit LAN Support
+ Hold Transmission 2.82
+ keep Aria2 1.18.3
+Keeper with vim text editor
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All ipk files (linux kernle 3.10.36) are located in the packages archive and can be obtained directly from the archive if needed.
Nginx:http://files1.ich8.com/upfiles/2014/openwrt-trunk-1403/packages/nginx_1.5.12-1_x86.ipk
Multiwan:http://files1.ich8.com/upfiles/2014/openwrt-trunk-1403/packages/multiwan_1.0.22-2_x86.ipk
Ipk installation method over the network
On the use of nginx and some issues, refer to: http://blog.ich8.com/post/4359, nginx default port is 8080.
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Minimum 512M storage space (hard disk, electronic disk, CF card)
64M minimum memory capacity
At least one wired network card
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Wireless network card support
Atheros 5K/9K/10K
Broadcom B43xx
Intel 3945/4965/ and some network cards that support the agn specification
Ralink RT2x00 USB Network Card/RT73
Realtek RTL8187/RTL8192CE/CU/DE/SE
ZyDAS zd1211rw
Wired network card support
Supports mainstream Gigabit and Gigabit NICs and some marvell NICs
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Refer to the detailed process: http://blog.ich8.com/post/4499
Method 1 (recommended):
1. Download vmdk disk files to other storage devices (such as U disk, etc.)
2. Use winimage software for mirror recovery operations.
Specific steps: Disk - Restore the virtual hard disk image in the physical drive - Select the physical drive (if it is a hard disk, check the hard disk including the non-removable) - Be sure to select the vmdk format in the pop-up file selection box, and then select the vmdk file .
3. Select the disk to be installed (all partitions of the disk being installed and data will be overwritten, choose disk carefully!)
4. Reboot, Note: If you cannot boot successfully in SATA mode or AHCI mode, change the hard disk type to IDE.
5. The default gateway address is 192.168.1.1. Both single and multiple network cards can access the setting interface through WAN IP. The default WAN setting is DHCP, username is root, and password is admin.
Method 2:
1. Download the img file and physdiskwrite tool and put them together on other storage devices (such as U disk, etc.)
Links: http://blog.ich8.com/file/53
2. In the command line window (CMD), enter the directory where the file was placed, enter
Physdiskwrite.exe -u openwrt-ext4.img
3. Select the disk to be installed (all partitions of the disk being installed and data will be overwritten, choose disk carefully!)
4. Reboot, Note: If you cannot boot successfully in SATA mode or AHCI mode, change the hard disk type to IDE.
5. The default gateway address is 192.168.1.1. Both single and multiple network cards can access the setting interface through WAN IP. The default WAN setting is DHCP, username is root, and password is admin.
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First, back up the configuration file. System – Back up/upgrade the backup configuration file. Then select Method 1 or Method 2 above. After the installation is complete, enter the settings page, import the configuration file, and restart.
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Mount a wireless network card
Insert the USB/PCI-E wireless network adapter, and then restart the router. The Network - Wireless menu configures the wireless network adapter. If it does not take effect, restart the router. There is no guarantee that the network card listed in the above list or the network card not in the list will be perfectly supported. You can try it. If the driver is not in the list, you can install the driver yourself. You can also directly edit /etc/config/wireless. If you mess up the wireless file, you can delete the etc/config/wireless file. After the restart, the default settings of the file will be rebuilt.
Mounting storage devices
If it is already installed, look for your device in Disk - Mount Point, click the Modify button, select your disk file system, and optionally add some parameters. Save/apply. Or directly select the relevant device in the mount point to automatically identify it. Supports mounting ntfs format, ext3, ext4, it is recommended to mount ext4.
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For statistical diagrams, statistics can be added to the statistics-collected network settings to be added to the statistics interface. RRDTool recommends changing the storage directory to another directory instead of the tmp directory. If there is an old interface chart record in the chart after the interface is added or deleted, and this interface has been deleted from the statistics interface, restart the system.
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If the start stays in the EXT4-fs (sda1): mounted filesystem without journal. Opts: (null) stage, please press Enter directly without affecting the use.
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status
-|Overview
-|Firewall
-| Routing table
–| System log
–| Kernel log
-|System process
-|Real-time information
statistics
–|Collectd
-| Chart
system
-|System
-|Management rights
-|Packages
-|Startup item
-|Scheduled tasks
-|Time synchronization
–| LED configuration
-| Backup/Upgrade
-|Restart
service
–| Dynamic DDNS
–|UPNP
The internet
-|Interface
–|Wireless
–|DHCP/DNS
–|host name
-| Static Route
-|Diagnosis
-|Firewall
-| Wake on LAN
-|QoS
Disk applications
-| Mount point
-|Disk Information
-|Aria2
–|FTP server
–|UPnP/AV Media
–|miniDLNA
-|Network Sharing
–|Transmission
Free memory
Reboot
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Vmdk file:
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Download address: http://blog.ich8.com/file/106
SHA1: AA22BAA16EA712908CB497CE5DB0864F604F0B98
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Img file:
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Download address: http://blog.ich8.com/file/107
SHA1: 6F4B0A0F7249F8943D8767B4934967A11895FCE3
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Packages packaged:
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Download address: http://blog.ich8.com/file/108
SHA1: C38BDAF2DDF04FE547579CBEA7B62E1A0914BA57
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