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From Version 1.22 to 1.22 edited by Mauro Mozzarelli on 2016/07/19 12:17

From Version 1.21 to 1.22 edited by Mauro Mozzarelli on 2016/07/19 12:17

I resumed work on this project to build a new release for the faster Buffalo WZR-HP-G300-NH. However rather than building a complete new firmware I am limiting the project to creating the kernel modules, the utilities and directory structure for the DD-WRT firmware.
I have resumed work on this project to build a new release for the faster Buffalo WZR-HP-G300-NH. However rather than building a complete new firmware I am limiting the project to creating the kernel modules, the utilities and directory structure for the DD-WRT firmware.

From Version 1.20 to 1.21 edited by Mauro Mozzarelli on 2013/11/20 15:39

27 October 2013

I have resumed work on this project to build a new release for the faster Buffalo WZR-HP-G300-NH. However rather than building a complete new firmware I am limiting the project to creating the kernel modules, the utilities and directory structure for the DD-WRT firmware.
I am currently testing the software and I will release it by the end of November 2013

From Version 1.19 to 1.20 edited by Hay Dude on 2011/07/09 16:00

As promised, here is the firmware download URL: http://ftp.ezplanet.net/pub/wrt/
As promised, here is the firmware download URL: http://ftp.ezplanetone.com/pub/wrt/

From Version 1.18 to 1.19 edited by Hay Dude on 2008/02/14 18:16

By flashing your router with this firmware (and some scripting aids) you will turn your inexpensive router into something like a BigIP(tm) load balancer.
By flashing your router with this firmware (and some scripting aids) you will turn your inexpensive router into something like a BigIP(tm) load balancer.

From Version 1.17 to 1.18 edited by Hay Dude on 2008/02/14 18:14

By flashing your router with this firmware (and some scripting aids) you will turn your inexpensive router into something like a BigIP(tm) load balancer.
This firmare is currently being tested right by this site that is hosted on two load-balanced nodes.
This firmware is currently being used right by this site that is hosted on two load-balanced nodes.

We have been using and testing v24.1 build 132 since July and it performed rock solid now for six months. No further updates are scheduled at this point in time. Please, keep sending us suggestions, requests and contributions.
Whe have been using and testing v24.1 build 132 since July and it performed rock solid now for six months. No further updates are scheduled at this point in time. Please, keep sending us suggestions, requests and contributions.
Just one small tip: should you make any configuration changes using the browser based GUI, it is recommended to re-boot the router to ensure that the load balancing services are correctly re-initialized.

From Version 1.16 to 1.17 edited by Hay Dude on 2008/01/10 16:49

Whe have been using and testing v24.1 build 132 since July and it performed rock solid now for six months. No further updates are scheduled at this point in time. Please, keep sending us suggestions, requests and contributions.
Whe have been using and testin v24.1 build 132 since July and it performed rock solid now for six months. No further updates are scheduled at this point in time.

From Version 1.15 to 1.16 edited by Hay Dude on 2008/01/10 16:48

10 January 2008

Whe have been using and testin v24.1 build 132 since July and it performed rock solid now for six months. No further updates are scheduled at this point in time.

From Version 1.14 to 1.15 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/24 13:05

This project is to build an enhanced firmware for Linksys WRT54GS (versions 1.0 to 3.0 with 32MB RAM/8MB Flash) and similar routers, offering multiple Internet service providers Load Balance and Server Load Balancing capabilities (Layer 2).
This is a new project; coming soon on this wiki is a firmware for WRT54GS Linksys routers (versions 1.0 to 3.0 with 32MB RAM/8MB Flash).
The Server Load Balancer technology is supplied by www.linuxvirtualserver.org.
The technology is supplied by www.linuxvirtualserver.org.

From Version 1.13 to 1.14 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/24 12:20

News

Router Update Jan 2008

You may wonder why we never added any new router updates. Simple, because it works fine as it is! … continue reading

EzPlanet Router v24.1 build 132

EzPlanet v24.1 (build 132 23/07/07) ipvs, has been released. Relative wiki pages have been updated with sample scripts to bring the load balancer up and running. This release includes limited support for Web Based IPVS status. More will be coming soon, including full Web Browser based IPVS configuration. Follow this link for the EzPlanet Router Load Balancer home


From Version 1.12 to 1.13 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/23 21:28

Follow this link for management and configuration scripts (requiring JFFS2 enabled).
Follow this link for management and configuration scripts requiring JFFS.

From Version 1.11 to 1.12 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/23 19:25

23 July 2007: Release: EzPlanet v24.1 (build 132 23/07/07) ipvs

This release includes limited support for Web Based IPVS status. More will be coming soon, including full Web Browser based IPVS configuration. Follow this link for management and configuration scripts requiring JFFS.

Previous Status

From Version 1.10 to 1.11 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/21 16:22

As promised, here is the firmware download URL: http://ftp.ezplanetone.com/pub/wrt/

From Version 1.9 to 1.10 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/19 10:55

A first firmware release (fully functional load balancer) without web based configuration is going to be available on 21st July 2007.
A first firmware release without Web configuration is going to be available on 21st July 2007

From Version 1.8 to 1.9 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/19 10:54

LVS is configured using shell scripts saved in /jffs for flexible testing.
LVS is configured using shell scripts saved in /jffs for flexible testing
A first firmware release without Web configuration is going to be available on 21st July 2007

From Version 1.7 to 1.8 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/07 21:34

The build base is DD-WRT firmware v24 Beta SVN 7403 from which EzPlanet v24.1 has branched.
The build base is DD-WRT firmware v23.0-SP3 from which EzPlanet has branched. Later DD-WRT releases could not be used because:

From Version 1.6 to 1.7 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/06 12:19



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From Version 1.5 to 1.6 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/06 12:12

From Version 1.4 to 1.5 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/06 12:11

From Version 1.3 to 1.4 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/06 12:10

Project Status and RoadMap

The build base is DD-WRT firmware v23.0-SP3 from which EzPlanet has branched. Later DD-WRT releases could not be used because:

At this point in time (6th July 2007) we have a working firmware with LVS based on: LVS is configured using shell scripts saved in /jffs for flexible testing

Next Steps

Include LVS configuration in Web based Admin console

From Version 1.2 to 1.3 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/06 11:54

The technology is supplied by www.linuxvirtualserver.org.
The technology is supplied by www.linuxvirtualserver.org.

Initial Version 1.2 edited by Hay Dude on 2007/07/06 11:39

EzPlanet WRT Wireless Router and Load Balancer

This is a new project; coming soon on this wiki is a firmware for WRT54GS Linksys routers (versions 1.0 to 3.0 with 32MB RAM/8MB Flash).

This firmare is currently being tested right by this site that is hosted on two load-balanced nodes.

The technology is supplied by www.linuxvirtualserver.org.

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