Cerowrt 3.7.5-2 Is the new Stable

Posted on Mar 11, 2013 by Dave Täht.

What can I say? 3.7.5-2 has been deployed and thoroughly tested at multiple sites, and under high load, and on places like comcast’s cable network, and it just. keeps. working.

It’s time to retire “sugarland” and get into “Modena”. Get the latest firmware or read the Release Notes for details.

In this release:

Vastly improved ipv6 naming and interopability, 3 new forms of codel and fq_codel, much better QoS…

And all the chocolately goodness from OpenWrt Barrier Breaker.

More news to come. Thank you all for your support and donations! We couldn’t have done it without you.

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