[Commotion-dev] Working Openwrt build for Buffalo
joshuaheretic at gmail.com
Wed Jul 6 12:38:02 UTC 2011
If you log-in to the router and manually run udhcpc on that port with a longer timeout (currently 3 tries/5 seconds, I believe), does it then get a lease? I'm not experienced with that particular modem, but I have had issues with DHCP leases on OpenWRT with other, similar hardware.
"I am an Anarchist not because I believe Anarchism is the final goal, but because there is no such thing as a final goal." -Rudolf Rocker
Ben West <me at benwest.name> wrote:
I just tried out the Buffalo router running r26910 on a Charter cable uplink for WasabiNet, and sadly it wouldn't take a DHCP lease from the cable modem (which I connected to eth1, aka blue WAN port). Oddly enough, eth1 does get its DHCP address fine if I attach it to a port on a DD-WRT router I have sitting around, but not the cable modem.
Has anyone else had similar difficulties using their NFiniti with a wired broadband connection that issues DHCP leases? I don't have this problem with the Mikrotik rb532a boards running Backfire rc4, when connected to a Charter cable modem.
On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 12:30 PM, Brian Duggan <bcdugga at gmail.com> wrote:
Support for this router might be stabilizing. OpenWRT trunk r27437
worked for me this weekend, too.
On 7/3/11 9:01 AM, pablito wrote:
> Wow this is helpful! For people not building their own, I also had
> luck with a pre-built image as I mentioned on the riseup/crabgrass
> I managed to leave DC without the recipe for flashing the Buffalo
> router, so after some experimentation and reading, came to find that
> TFTPing a nightly build from the openwrt
> trunk(http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/) worked. I used
> openwrt-ar71xx-generic-wzr-hp-g301nh-jffs2-tftp.bin as
> openwrt-ar71xx-generic-wzr-hp-g300nh-jffs2-tftp.bin didn’t work for
> I'm not sure what the .config is for pre-built images, so very happy
> Ben figured out something which works!
> On Sat, Jul 02, 2011 at 10:43:17PM -0500, Ben West wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I just finally got a working instance of OpenWRT r26910 on the
>> Buffalo NFiniti, including the 802.11n radio.
>> Do note that Daniel is referring to the "trunk" branch of OpenWRT
>> and not the "backfire" branch. The latter branch is apparently
>> still missing support for the newer g301nh chipset.
>> In particular, this is what I did to checkout / compile the
>> revision of OpenWRT mentioned, with luci and some other stuff
>> I'm also attaching my config for make menuconfig. (I.e unzip this
>> file and name it .config in the root of the OpenWRT repo, before
>> running make world.)
>> svn co -r 26910 svn://svn.openwrt.org/openwrt/trunk/
>> ./trunk-r29610 cd trunk-r29610 cp feeds.conf.default feeds.conf
>> ./scripts/feeds update -a ./scripts/feeds install -a -p luci
>> ./scripts/feeds install -a -p luci-ssl ./scripts/feeds install
>> bmon #copy in .config file make world V=99 #wait for several hours
>> I used the tftp method described in the wiki to flash the router.
>> You may have luck using the upgrade page provided with the stock
>> DD-WRT firmware.
>> Finally, do note this version of OpenWRT appears to have everything
>> at / mounted read-only. The writeable overlay is located at
>> /overlay, specifically at /overlay/etc. If you have to copy a file
>> from /etc over to /overlay/etc, e.g. opkg.conf, you may need to
>> have to reboot to get the writeable file recognized.
>> On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 5:09 PM, Daniel Bryg <fermenthor at gmail.com>
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> Here are the promised details of the successful build i made on
>>> Friday during the meeting in DC.
>>> - I used Openwrt trunk r26910. It won't boot with the current
>>> trunk code or the snapshots - r27096 doesn't work either despite
>>> being reported by the router as a result of code merging.
>>> - flashed following the usual tftp steps for Bufallo:
>>> - you need the wzr-hp-g300nh image the for the older "A0 D0"
>>> model and wzr-hp-g301nh for "A2 F0B"
>>> I'll be continuing these efforts later this week, maybe i'll set
>>> up a code repo. Let me know if you need a link to binaries and
>>> It was great to meet some of you last week.
>>> Cheers, Daniel _______________________________________________
>>> Commotion-dev mailing list Commotion-dev at lists.chambana.net
>> -- Ben West me at benwest.name
>> _______________________________________________ Commotion-dev
>> mailing list Commotion-dev at lists.chambana.net
Technical Projects Developer
UC Independent Media Center
http://www.ucimc.org | 631 223 8442
Commotion-dev mailing list
Commotion-dev at lists.chambana.net
me at benwest.name
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Commotion-dev