Force Physical Layer Data Rate - PHY Rate (OpenWrt)¶ Default multicast PHY rate varies from access point to access point. But, the WiFi standard mandates that it be at least 1 Mbps for 2.4 Ghz and 6 Mbps for 5 Ghz. This is typically not enough for e.g. HD video streaming. We therefore typically have to increase it.
Mar 03, 2015 · My complete OpenWrt Setup Guide. Mar 3, 2015. Introduction. First off all: this guide is no replacement for the great OpenWrt documentation. Rather this guide show what software I use and how I configure the system. Sure, some software components smells fishy, the hardware could be better and so on. with stock FW it's a simple case of unticking the 'filter multicast' box and my internet fed tv works (boosts as it's called) but I'm using openwrt because stock FW does not let me control incoming IP's for a given port. openwrt does not have a simple tickbox for multicast and is indeed bloody har Force Physical Layer Data Rate - PHY Rate (OpenWrt)¶ Default multicast PHY rate varies from access point to access point. But, the WiFi standard mandates that it be at least 1 Mbps for 2.4 Ghz and 6 Mbps for 5 Ghz. This is typically not enough for e.g. HD video streaming. We therefore typically have to increase it. I am trying to enable the multicast of hosted openWrt. I believe that the bridge between the LAN and WAN is the most straightforward way to do so. Embedded Linux. Linux. Wireless Networks. TP-Link Archer C8 there is an additional step to get multicast working (similar to that for the Billion Bipac) In WAN Settings, below the PPPOE username and password select "Static IP" as "Secondary Connection" type, then input 169.254.1.23 and 255.255.255.0 as IP address and subnet .
root@OPENWRT:~# iptables-save # Generated by iptables-save v1.4.6 on Wed Nov 21 16:59:23 2012 *nat :PREROUTING ACCEPT [282:28098] :POSTROUTING ACCEPT [12:748] :OUTPUT ACCEPT [170:12487] :nat_reflection_in - [0:0] :nat_reflection_out - [0:0] :postrouting_rule - [0:0] :prerouting_lan - [0:0] :prerouting_rule - [0:0] :prerouting_wan - [0:0] :zone
1) Setup Host1 static default route towards RouterA (you could also use an static specific route for the multicast group). 2) Make sure Host1 source is sending multicast stream with proper TTL (high enough to reach the receivers). 3) Make sure unicast routing towards multicast source is correct on RouterA. 4) Run Quagga pimd on RouterA:
I too am struggling to get my YouView box working with BT's multicast internet channels. Just bought a TP-Link Archer C7 and immediately updated the firmware to OpenWrt.
Hi, I think that enabling multicast routing on latest Kamikaze is a good idea cause now plenty of ISP are also providing iptv and many of them are using multicast. if you want to get multicasts in lan in an convinient way openwrt should have multicast routing enabled in the kernel, but it has not. When I send multicast from station A on 2.4GHz and do a tcpdump on station B on 2.4GHz as well as on OpenWRT on 2.4GHz, I see some packet loss on station B, but a multiple of packets on OpenWRT. Seems like about 50% more packets are received by an interface-specific tcpdump running on the 2.4GHz interface on OpenWRT, than are actually In contrast to multicast routers, proxies are lightweight and do not require the support of a multicast routing protocol such as PIM or DVMRP. A common use case is a local stub networks that interconnects with a remote multicast routing domain, e.g. via a tunnel.