The firmware development for the Brume is not really satisfying for customers. I bought this device only because it belongs to the most powerful ones when it comes to transfer rates with wireguard. I am using two of them. One as server and one as client at different places.
Will non-beta, production ready 3.212 firmware version release happen before the initial 4.x release? I would just like to have a working, production released version of GL iNet code for my AR750s. I would like something from GL iNet based on OpenWRT 19.06.8, 19.06.9 or 19.06.10 that is not beta and that does not hang or crash on my AR750s. I’m currently limping along on 3.212 beta 3. The hints you have given on the 4.x firmware sounds great, but it is already almost a year late and we need something stable for our routers now.
We’re into June. So, hopefully some updates on openwrt 21. My Berly only lasts about 15 minutes before it dies of a kernel panic.
Sat Jun 4 18:52:29 2022 kern.warn kernel: [17506.306701] ------------[ cut here ]------------
Sat Jun 4 18:52:29 2022 kern.warn kernel: [17506.311372] WARNING: CPU: 3 PID: 0 at net/sched/sch_generic.c:320 dev_watchdog+0x1ac/0x324
Sat Jun 4 18:52:29 2022 kern.info kernel: [17506.319624] NETDEV WATCHDOG: wwan0 (qmi_wwan): transmit queue 0 timed out
Thank you. I’m interested to see what they roll out to replace the Brume, ideally something that offers a no wireless option and maintains about the same size and form factor. I started recommending the Brume to everyone now I’m searching for a substitute.
I would also agree. Currently the same price (pre-order) as the Brume (no wifi) was at full price and better in almost every single way. The only features that the Brume have going for it over the Slate AX are smaller form factor, ability to dual boot Ubuntu, USB-C connection to pc… I think that’s about it. VPN speed is much faster with the Slate AX at 550Mbps Wireguard, 120Mbps OpenVPN speeds vs 280Mbps Wireguard, 97Mbps OpenVPN with the Brume.