NOTE: The info here is deprecated and only applies to my old K26 builds. Things have changed as I'm a member of the dd-wrt dev team now. I have merged all features into mainline dd-wrt. Current Kong builds are now regular dd-wrt builds, the only main difference is, that my releases are no regular snapshots. Every kong release receives testing before beeing published. Thus you can always be sure, that flashing has been tested and won't brick due to a software bug, which can happen on untested nightly dd-wrt builds.
DD-WRT Kong Mod is a dd-wrt re-build for broadcom 47xx units with >=8MB flash. For a list of supported models checkout the Readme.
This build in myopenrouter download section is not for 60K/64K NVRAM Units, to find the exact build read the Readme.
WNR3500L V2 [Dual Radio] Builds not yet available.
Compared to dd-wrt std_ftp_nas it removes following features:
- a few themes
- sftpserver ( use scp instead )
Compared to dd-wrt std_ftp_nas build it currently includes the following features:
OpenVPN and MiniDLNA Build:
- network speed optimization (Benchmark)
- general speed optimizations (compiled using -O2)
- opkg optware package management tool
- large file support samba, console utils
- inotify support
- kernel futex support
- fpu support for optware packages
- kernel rt mutex
- lower default TX power for greater stability
- 3/4G Modem support
- full featured uClibc for better optware compatibility
- sd-idle included (usb disk spindown, see tutorials how to enable it)
- advanced usb drive automount, with swap support
- drive umount using SES / AOSS / EZ-SETUP / WPS Button
- clean umount at reboot
- DLNA Media Server for DLNA/UPnP-AV Clients (XBox, TVs...)
- xl2tpd with kernel driver (better throughput)
- zabbix enterprise monitoring client (Screenshot)
- proxy with adblocking/filtering in transparent or nontransparent mode (Screenshot)
KingKong Build (only Asus RT-N16):
- includes all features + voip
Automount: My builds include a completely redesigned automount.
By default all disks are mounted to /tmp/mnt/disc_part.
If a partition is labeled Optware it will be mounted to /opt, if it is labeled Jffs it is mounted to /jffs, if it is labeled Mnt it is mounted to /mnt.
You can override this behaviour by supplying the uuid of a partition in the webinterface this will override default and mount by label strategy.
Umount through SES/WPS Button works the following way:
Enable Use SES Button to remove drives in section Services->USB of the web interface
Now when you press the button the power light will go off indicating the start of the umount process. Once the light blinks twice umount is complete and the power light will go on again. Now all of your partitions have been umounted, including swap.
After that you can safely remove your drives. If you have multiple drives (e.g. a,b,c) you have to disconnect all of them and attach the ones you need again (e.g. a,b). There is no option right now to selectively umount certain partitions/drives. But as most users probably use only one drive this should work for the majority.
Note: Sourcecode modifications are directly forwarded to the individual maintainers and can be retrieved using their scm's or their bug trackers.