OpenWrt/MLPPP is a fork of OpenWrt and Linux/MLPPP. The former is a popular firmware for consumer routers and the later an excellent MLPPP management software for Linux. Multilink PPP (MLPPP) enables users to bond multiple DSL lines to take advantage of higher speeds and reliability. MLPPP requires support on the ISP side.
OpenWrt/MLPPP was developed by Acanac and Caneris, two Canadian ISPs which support MLPPP. We would like to thank Anik Mishra and Adam Zey, the developers of Linux/MLPPP and Tomato/MLPPP, for their outstanding work on those projects, which have formed the basis for our project.
For technical details, news, supported hardware, and current development status, please see status.
- June 27 2010 OpenWrt/MLPPP v1.0 RC2 released. This release fixes one bug (TP-Link WR1043ND packet loss under certain circumstances) affecting few subscribers, and introduces such new features as OpenVPN client auto-config, three-four MLPPP line support for Netgear WNDR3700 and others, and contains several other requested features.