I'll happily update the "Installing Homenet..." guide if you could give me a
few hints about installing a head version of Homenet on OpenWrt 15.05.1. -
http://www.homewrt.org/installation/hnet-openwrt I will also test the procedure
before posting, so I know that it worked at least once. :-)
> On Sep 18, 2016, at 1:20 PM, Massimiliano Stucchi <m...@stucchi.ch> wrote:
> On 15/09/16 12:45, Tim Coote wrote:
>> I’m using hnet-full on CC 15.05.1 on Linksys wrt1200ac.
> I would suggest moving to head. I spent an inordinate amount of time
> trying to debug issues I was having with 15.05.1, and then found out
> that upgrading to head made the network more robust.
>> Additionally, this is an ADSL connection so I need a pppoe connection to
>> my external modem, including a username/password. What’s the canonical
>> way to add this extra step with hnetd? I can add it to a uci interface
>> (even an interface not called WAN) and the connection is made, but I
>> don’t know whether this will interfere with hnet.
> I have a similar situation, although on a fiber connection that requires
> PPPoE for IPv4. I solved it like this:
> config interface 'homenet4'
> option ifname 'eth0.6'
> option proto 'pppoe'
> option username 'username'
> option password 'password'
> config interface 'homenet4ext'
> option ifname 'pppoe-homenet4'
> option proto 'hnet'
> option mode 'external'
> option _orig_ifname 'pppoe-homenet4'
> Basically, you "piggyback" on the interface created by PPPoE to use it
> for hnet.
>> I’d rather not go through the pain of building from source and adding
>> debug statements, but, if necessary, I will.
> Again, I suggest moving to head. You'll find more mature code.
> Massimiliano Stucchi
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