[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] ramips: revert failsafe switch workaround for RT5350 introduced in r42179.
Vittorio G (VittGam)
openwrt at vittgam.net
Sat Jan 17 16:57:26 EST 2015
Il 17.01.2015 14:55 John Crispin ha scritto:
> On 25/12/2014 02:29, Vittorio G (VittGam) wrote:
>> It is not needed anymore as TCP packets get passed correctly now
>> even when VLAN is disabled.
> are you sure this is the case for all rt3x5x, rt5350 and mt7628 units ?
I've tested it on my RT5350-based router. With a previous OpenWrt revision (r42649 if I remember well) it wasn't working, since it was zeroing a TCP field as seen from the tcpdump verbose output. I don't remember the tcpdump details correctly, sorry. But now with recent revisions it's working fine.
If you're not sure about this for rt3x5x and mt7628, it should at least get modified to "0 1 2 3 4 5 6" to avoid soft-bricking routers where the only Ethernet port exposed is not 0 (4 for the HT-TM02 for instance).
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