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The trojan of lede can config in "network menu". Trojan client could be installed in a normal Linux with socks as regular inbound and setup a v2ray on an openwrt router with an outbound of socks to forward traffic to the Trojan client and routing capability of v2ray could be used for transparent proxy.
Of course u got to have a VPS Trojan server ready. Now you can only use it by console or shell script. There's no existing luci-app. I can find that trojan is in network menu, press Y to turn it on. Skip to content. Dismiss Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Sign up.
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Copy link Quote reply. Can you tell me? This comment has been minimized. Sign in to view. The same problem. There is no trojan config UI. Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment. Linked pull requests. You signed in with another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session.
You signed out in another tab or window.Go herechoose the release version, then click on target and then on x You will see different targets. There are multiple targets for x86 OpenWrt, some are targeted at old or specific hardware and their build defaults may not be suit modern x86 hardware. Now you will see different files offered, the following two are disk images you can download and use:. All images support basic video output screen text terminalso you can connect a screen to the device's video ports and see it boot up.
No image supports keyboard and mouse so the only way to communicate is through Ethernet or through the device's serial port. The 64bit image supports Intel and Realtek Ethernet chipsets. These are the kmods installed by default: kmod-button-hotplug kmod-ee kmod-e kmod-r kmod-igb. These are the kmods installed by default: kmod-button-hotplug kmod-ee kmod-igb kmod-3c59x kmod-e kmod-e kmod-natsemi kmod-ne2k-pci kmod-pcnet32 kmodtoo kmod-r kmod-sis kmod-tg3 kmod-via-rhine kmod-via-velocity.
The Geode images support Geode hardware so as long as you have a Geode-based board you should be fine. Installation procedure differs depending from what PC you are using to write the raw disk image from, mostly because of different tools you have to use. If you are using a Windows PC, you will need a program to extract the raw disk image from the compressed archive you downloaded. Then you will need to open the raw image file with a program that can write it on the drive you want to install OpenWrt on.
A good free and opensource archiver program you can use is 7zip. A good free and opensource raw disk image writer program you can use is Win32 Disk Imagerthere is also Etcher. The archiver program recommended by 7zip on MacOS is Keka. A good free and opensource raw disk image writer program you can use is Etcher. Linux users will probably know how to do this better on their own already, but I'll say it anyway. Extract the image file from the archive. From the terminal it is done by gzip -d openwrt Then write the image file you extracted to the drive you want to install OpenWrt in.
This is possible only if you have chosen the combined-ext4. User Tools Register Log In. Site Tools Search. Sidebar Welcome to the OpenWrt Project. Supported Devices. Quick start guide. User guide.GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together. Join them to grow your own development teams, manage permissions, and collaborate on projects.
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Select language. Java GPL Go GPL Makefile 80 0 0 Updated Mar 30, Ruby 7 2 1 0 Updated Mar 25, This page covers WNDR v1. Before Barrier Breaker As of Chaos Calmer However, make sure using the firmware with the correct model designation in the firmware filename wndr This is for installing for the first time OpenWrt on the router still with the stock firmware :. To restore the original Netgear firmware, the firmware files downloaded from Netgear.
This is for booting OpenWrt without touching the flash chip memory serial cable and tftp server in your PC required :. OK Uncompressing Kernel Image OK Starting kernel V1 Photo of PCB. The serial connection are the headers just to the left of the RF shield.
Having a serial console connected at boot may cause the device to fail booting.
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Connect a few seconds after power on or later. Specifically the Tx line causes the failure. You can execute the command:. TTT Retry count exceeded; boot the image as usual nmrp server is stopped or failed! Loading from device 0: ath-nand offset 0x6c Linux version 2.
Freeing unused kernel memory: k freed Please be patient, while OpenWrt loads INFO Bind to br0 ufsd: driver 8. Total pages: [ 0. In theory it's possible to boot from a SPI flash chip. We need to solder a new SPI flash chip and modify the bootstrap to force booting from it. Many Netgear routers have telnet support built-in, but gaining access to it requires an extra step of sending a specially formatted payload to the telnet daemon before it will allow users to log in.
Netgear provides the executable called telnetenable. However, people not employed by Netgear wrote two alternative Programs that do run under Unix. On OpenWrt this causes the kernel to completely ignore the PCIe interface and everything attached to it, so only the onchip 2. On the original firmware it may cause the unit to get stuck in a reboot loop. If this happens, just power the unit off for about 30 seconds. In fact it might be a good idea to power cycle the unit before OpenWrt's initial boot.
See this thread for more information.
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Here is a known-good configuration:. User Tools Register Log In. Site Tools Search. Sidebar Welcome to OpenWrt. Supported Devices. Submitting patches. Wiki contribution guide.SSH tunnelling in OpenWrt can be done by using the sshtunnel package. This file is responsible for defining ssh servers and tunnels.
Sshtunnel depends on openssh-clientbecause the ssh client included by default on OpenWrt dropbear doesn't support most of the needed features.
There are two versions:. A typical sshtunnel config file contains at least one server specifying the connection to a ssh server and one tunnelL or tunnelR defining the Local or Remote tunnel. In most cases there will be only one server defined, but possibly several tunnels to this server.
A complete sshtunnel configuration contains at least one tunnelR or tunnelL section per server. User Tools Register Log In. Site Tools Search. Sidebar Welcome to the OpenWrt Project. Supported Devices. Quick start guide. User guide. Developer guide. Submitting patches. Wiki contribution guide.
Table of Contents SSH tunnel. There are two versions: sshtunnel 1: early A minimal server declaration may look like the example below.
Name Type Required Default Description user string yes none remote host username. This allows ssh to detect if a host key changed due to DNS spoofing. The argument must be an integer from 1 fast to 9 slow, best. The default level is 6, which is good for most applications. The meaning of the values is the same as in gzip 1. Note that this option applies to protocol version 1 only.
Additionally, any identities represented by the authentication agent will be used for authentication. The default is INFO. If this threshold is reached while server alive messages are being sent, ssh will disconnect from the server, terminating the session.Under Construction! This page is currently under construction. You can edit the article to help completing it.
Write a short, relevant description of the device. Two to four sentences is about right. A picture is good, too. Edit the page to see how to add pictures. Any text with a light background like this one provides instructions for creating the Details Page. Please add the installation procedure here. Find out flash layoutthen add the flash layout table here copy, paste, modify the example. Please check out the article Flash layout.
It contains examples and explanations that describe how to document the flash layout. The most recent message should give you the SD card's device name, such as sdb or sdf or similar. Download the relevant openwrt-sunxi-cortexasun50i-h5-nanopi-neo-plus2-ext4-sdcard. As the root user, use dd to copy the image file to the device you identified previously, for example:.
Replace the sdX with your device name, such as sdb or sdf. On a Mac, use Etcher to copy the img file to your SD card.
No buttons for this device, but you can try using GPIO button. Describe what needs to be done to open the device, e. U-Boot SPL No controllers found Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0 switch to partitions 0, OK mmc0 is current device Scanning mmc OK Loading Device Tree to af, end aff2cd