Release Notes: NETSHe is now in the stable production stage. This release decreases boot time and system requirements, changes the Web UI, adds tunnel interface management to the Web interface, adds a switch management module to NETSHe, refactors the QoS subsytem, updates the Dynamic DNS client, refactors time synchronization, and makes significant changes to the wireless subsystem, realizing a wireless distribution system mode, supporting multiple SSID networks, enhancing ad-hoc mode, and making other small improvements.
Release Notes: Bugfixes and feature enhancements.
Release Notes: This is well tested version. The focus has been on stability. Migration to new event subsystem is done; all components use the event subsystem to reconfigure any hardware or software. Migration to use ACCEL-PPTP as replacement for the standard PPTP client is done. The setup wizard has been improved. The DHCP server is more friendly for MS Windows. You can specify the DNS server and WINS server for DHCP clients. There is an image of TP-Link TL-WR1043ND.
Release Notes: The event subsystem in NETSHe was rewritten. More components of NETSHe use the event subsystem to reconfigure any part of hardware and software. Multicast transparency LAN-WAN and WAN-LAN is done. A control page was added to the Web interface. The setup wizard was improved. You can set up a PPP-like connection in the setup wizard. You can set up a distance in meters for a wireless link to adjust ACK automatically. You can manage all available frequency channels and all available tx powers (up to 1.5W) for a wireless card.
Release Notes: This version contains some bug fixes regarding ntpdate and boards without RTC and size minimizations to prevent firmware size issues on some Ubiquiti boards.
Release Notes: This version contains some bug fixes and a built-in hotspot controller based on chillispot.
Release Notes: This release contains some bug fixes and enhancements. The code was divided into more modules. The design was changed for non-Ubiquiti platforms. eth0 (POE) is a WAN interface and eth1 is a LAN interface now. eth1 has IP address 192.168.1.20/24 after flashing. eth0 is configured with a DHCP client after flashing. The image requires at least 8Mb flash and 32Mb RAM.