Runaway kernel? Or an attack?
e-masson at kisoft-services.com
Thu Oct 19 14:50:54 UTC 2006
Jeremy Chadwick <freebsd at jdc.parodius.com> writes:
> I recommend removing the DI-604 from the topology and see if the
> problem continues. Gut feeling (based on past experience with
> D-Link's residential products) is the problem will disappear.
> You'll have to trust me on this -- no matter how reliable you think
> the DI-series units are ("It works fine for me!"), they aren't.
> There are major IP stack implementation issues with these units
> (same with the DI-614+).
These units can be made reliable when flashed with an alternative
firmware like OpenWRT (http://www.OpenWRT.org). Take a look at the
following pages :
I have here a WRT54GS 1.1 running OpenWRT whiterussian rc5, a DLink
DSL504T and a Netgear WGT634U waiting for Kamikaze builds.
I'd love to see a project similar to OpenWRT based on a BSD, but so far,
and it seems that FreeBSD mips port effort has stalled :
Jh 28 ans, informaticien, cherche femme sur Chartres.
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