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Asuswrt-merlin is a customized version of Asus's firmware. The goal is to provide bugfixes and minor enhancements to Asus's firmware, with also
a few occasional feature additions. This is done while retaining the look and feel of the original firmware, and also ensuring that the two codebases remain close enough so it will remain possible to keep up with any new features brought by Asus in the original firmware.
This project's goal is NOT to develop yet another firmware filled with many features that are rarely used by home users - that is already covered by other excellent projects such as Tomato or DD-WRT. This more conservative approach will also help ensuring the highest level of stability possible. Priority is given to stability over performance, and performance over features.
Supported devices are:
Co nowego w wersji 384.4 Zobacz listę zmian
384.4 (16-Mar-2018) - NEW: Merged with GPL 384_20379 (with some binary components from 382_50010 and 384_20308 depending on models) - NEW: Added support for the RT-AC5300. - NEW: Added support for the RT-AC87U. - NEW: Added IPSEC support to the RT-AC86U. - NEW: Support the new Entware 64-bit repo on the RT-AC86U. To switch to the new repository, re-run the entware-setup.sh script. You will need to reinstall your apps (your old config files are backed up on your USB disk). - CHANGED: Tightened security around some config files. - CHANGED: Allow guest networks settings for AP isolation and SSID broadcast to be set separately from their parent interface (John Bacho) - CHANGED: Samba protocol support can now be set to SMBv1, SMBv2, or SMBv1 + SMBv2 (the new default). This will result in a performance drop on all models but the RT-AC86U, but will be more secure. Ideally, people should change it to SMBv2 only, and then reboot all their client devices to start using only the new protocol. - CHANGED: Re-added some of the logging sd-idle used to do in 380.xx. - CHANGED: Switched to the new Entware repo for armv7 models. To upgrade, run the following commands TWICE: opkg update; opkg upgrade - FIXED: Resetting an OpenVPN client to default settings might revert back after a reboot. - FIXED: log flood from lldpd about "unable to send packet on real device" (moved to debug level) - FIXED: Potential racing condition that could lead to two instances of miniupnpd running at boot time. - FIXED: Single-char hostnames were rejected by DHCP static leasees page. (theMIROn) - FIXED: AiCloud could sometime generate a new SSL certificate that would overwrite the one stored in jffs. Now, AiCloud can also use the same one uploaded by the user for the main webui, or the Let's Encrypt one. - REMOVED: Telnet server. Please use SSH for console-based management. - REMOVED: SNMP support on the RT-AC86U (incompatible) - REMOVED: Merlin NAT loopback mode (was increasingly problematic as the firmware firewall handling became more complex)