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How to install newer version than in repository?




I am trying to relay IGMP packets between subnets so that I can see my Sonos player despite them being on another subnet.

Unfortunately, the release version of igmpproxy 0.3, as included in the entware repository is missing a feature. I need a change from a later commit.

How do I compile this later commit on my router or is there a possibility to get a opkg package with all current commits of igmpproxy?

(before anybody asks, I have tried the keenetic igmp proxy where I set Bridge0 (controllers) as upstream and Bridge2 (players) as downstream by means of directly editing the config.txt. However, this doesn't help as it probably counts down the TTL, which sets that to 0.)

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