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  1. Hardware (3,608 bytes)
    16: :Replace <replace_pattern> with what you are actually looking for. This can simp...
    24: ...e lost after reboot unless you do <code>nvram commit</code>.
    26: *Delete a variable (and its value). Useful when you made a typo in <code><va...
    30: nvram commit
    45: ...fine BFL_ENETROBO 0x0010 /* This board has robo switch or core */
  2. LaFonera Hardware serial to ethernet (1,034 bytes)
    7: ...nnect via rs232 to the 2nd Fonera, by using a pc without serial port.
  3. LaFonera Hardware i2c (6,202 bytes)
    8: ...PIO is to get i2c working on the router. And now, it’s done. Kernel module and user space programs a...
    16: ...ave to do is to use bit-banging i2c API (2c-algo-bit module). My driver, i2c_gpio, <br>
    19: ...n also <span style="color:red;">ds75ioctl</span>. It’s a simple tool that can talk to DS75 thermal s...
    24: insmod i2c_algo_bit i2c_debug=3 bit_test=1
    31: i2c-algo-bit.o: (0) scl=128, sda=16
  4. LaFonera Hardware Coloured Chassis (2,817 bytes)
    8: ...iful colours out there and imagine your LaFonera with this new style.
    10: ...ogo and sand the surface. Then you can spraypaint it in any color.
    13: When your device is dried, maybe it looks like this one
    18: This website has lots of information on using spraypaint effe...
    22: ...is a photo with some light reflecting from it (monitor & a mouse) to give an idea of the finish.
  5. LaFonera Hardware SD-Card (6,579 bytes)
    13: It would be nice to be able to attach a SD Card to t...
    20: ...he code is currently being reworked a bit to make it look nicer.
    26: These issues will be fixed within the next days. the driver runs stable, as long...
    46: ...ard (or a MMC) to a Fonera access point. After a little googling, I discover this can be done easily, ...
    52: Let's give it a try:
  6. LaFonera Hardware Power-Sources (2,124 bytes)
    6: ...ce draws around 550ma with wireless on and 450ma without wireless. This proves that the fonera can be ...
    9: ...epup circuit. (or power LaFonera from the inside without the 3,3V regulator)
    11: ...r to get a proper LiIon charger, which will work within the safe parameters of the battery.
    14: ...n Altoids Gum container and insulated everything with hot glue. The battery pack still gets warm, but ...
    16: ...xtra voltage in heat, so the loss of current is quite high.
  7. Linksys WAP54G Hardware Spec (3,039 bytes)
    11: it has 7 leds on front panel and 4MB Flash<br><br>
    20: ... to add his support for SD - I'll try to describe it here:
    63: ...yl.org.trx Click to download firmware for wap54g with sd-mod]
    66: ...nd .. from time to time there have been problems with getting the web gui ...
    86: that's all, we can enjoy the additional space for our linksys...
  8. LaFonera Info Hardware-Specifications (3,830 bytes)
    3: ...Fonera_(en)|LaFonera]] / [[LaFonera_Info|Info]] / Hardware-Specifications'''
    10: * Ethernet: (1x) Altima AC101 (10/100 Mbit/s) [Auto-MDI(X)]
    17: * Reset Switch
    40: LaFonera complies with the following standards:
    45: * Humidity: 5% to 95% (Non-condensing)
  9. LaFonera Hardware Second-Antenna (7,482 bytes)
    9: The process should be pretty self explainitory, though I'm sure others may have other things ...
    19: ...leave the 2 antennas at 90degrees of one another without rubbing at the base.
    24: ... ground. Below that is another plastic casing. Within that is the actual antenna cable.
    40: ... washer and nut to secure it into place. For me, it was easiest to cross the connectors to the opposi...
    42: Here is an internal picture with soldering completed and RP-SMA connector in plac...
  10. LaFonera Hardware JTAG (268 bytes)
  11. LaFonera Hardware USB (9,766 bytes)
    6: Someone should find some information or write a little tutorial.
    7: PAY ATTENTION!!! You cannot connect it directly to a PC USB port. This mod just added a ...
    9: ... page, or a seperate page or whatever; I just put it here because I used a USB port in the mod. -->
    11: ... work. :)''' Unfortunately I don't have a camera with me at my Uni flat, so I can't take any photos of...
    13: Before you read on you should be familiar with the internals of the LaFonera, so read this arti...
  12. LaFonera Hardware Power-over-Ethernet (3,201 bytes)
    6: Someone should find some information or write a little tutorial.
    8: ...df/powerline/RP10_E.pdf Recom]. These units are quite expensive, several 10´s of euros each, but migh...
    12: ...rmation is based on our experience with the SMC unit.''
    15: ...too. We are pretty sure you'll fry your LaFonera with 12V, let alone 48V.
    18: ...gh CAT5. 12V 1A should be sufficient to run the unit at up to 160m of CAT5.
  13. LaFonera Hardware Serial-Cable-Port (6,917 bytes)
    8: ...has Telnet and SSH turned off. By accessing the buit in serial console you can turn SSH on and access ...
    26: |In order to connect it to your PC we need to convert the ''' 3.3 volts''...
    31: ...ire it up like this (however notice that the polarity of C5 is drawn incorrectly in this schematic):
    58: All done! Ain’t it beatuiful?
    66: ...ation. '''HyperTerminal''' ships with windows and it will do fine.Connect your fon to Com1 and Start h...
  14. LaFonera Hardware Disassembling (1,764 bytes)
    9: ...untries in europe. The router itself is tiny: it fits nicely in the palm of my hands (and i have small...
    18: ...ort , DC input and the External RP-SMA connector with antenna can be seen in the picture below.
    38: Pry off the white casing using a flathead driver:
    44: ...p side of the main board. It seems to have one additonal antenna soldering point.
    46: ...e is a serial port connector next to the two capacitors.
  15. Hardware DIY (1,115 bytes)
  16. LaFonera Hardware Cooling-System (11,159 bytes)
    13: ...looking forward to my case melting and destroying itself.
    14: ...y last 382 days at standard heat rating of this unit.
    16: .... (how the fan looks is not really significant to its operation)
    22: *Switch(optional)
    32: *Post-it Notes
  17. LaFonera Hardware Controlling AC-Loads (4,663 bytes)
    5: = Controlling AC-Loads with your LaFonera =
    6: I found a nice way to control any AC-load with your LaFonera.
    64: ...tic diagram of the power interface and la fonera with wires connected to SW1 GPIO'''
    98: You should find some possibilities to control this modification...
    112: * # displays the status of the switch, 1 on, 0 off
  18. LaFonera Hardware Roboter Controlling (2,339 bytes)
    5: = Roboter Controlling with your LaFonera =
    6: I found a nice way to control your roboter with your LaFonera.
    48: You should find some possibilities to control this modification...
    61: ...e from http://www.flickr.com/photos/90956819@N00/with/396257103/
    63: = Some additional Information =
  19. LaFonera Hardware Logo-Removal (2,569 bytes)
    11: ...st and most effective way to get rid of the logo without removing any plastic from the top or creating...
    15: * Kitchen paper or lint-free cloth (thick tissue paper ...
    18: # Dampen kitchen paper/cloth with metal/car polish
    19: # Rub soaked portion of kitchen paper/cloth over FON logo
    20: ...to polish - Use a fresh piece of kitchen paper if it becomes darkly stained or smooth
  20. LaFonera Hardware Replace LEDs (6,702 bytes)
    8: ...n how to replace the green LEDs of your LaFonera with blue ones'''
    13: I think it is very simple to do this modification - if you h...
    20: * electric soldering iron (with very small tip)
    55: ...knife under the first LED and warm up one side of it so you can press this side of the LED away from t...
    57: ...nt if you want to place the new LED in a plane position.

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  1. DD-WRT Doku (DE) (83,042 bytes)
    10: Die Community hat wahrscheinlich kein Interesse mehr an einer ...
    15: it seems that the german community is not longer interested in this german-wiki.
    19: ....wikipedia.org/wiki/Artikel Artikel] verfassen, editieren und diskutieren.<br>
    25: ...aset SE505]''), Ravo und Askey unterst&uuml;tzt. Mit der Version V24 werden neue Geräte, auf dem 802....
    29: ...deen ausgetauscht, so dass beide von einander profitieren.
  2. Hinzufügen eines SD-Kartenlesers an den Linksys WRT54G (20,102 bytes)
    6: ...unten. Die erreichbare Schreib-/ Lesegeschwindigkeit liegt bei etwa 200 KB/s. <br><br>
    10: ...llSolderingDone.jpg Das Innenleben eines Routers mit eingebautem SD-Kartenleser] <br>( [http://web.arc...
    11: ...l.dk/pics/Reuter_complete.jpg Der fertige Router mit installiertem SD-Kartenleser] <br> ( [http://web....
    12: * [http://www.adamkowalewski.com Das Innenleben mit und ohne eingebautem SD-Kartenleser] <br> ([http:...
    17: ... Zoll Stecker! ([http://uanr.com/sdfloppy/ Bauanleitung Floppy-SD-card-Reader])
  3. Verizon FIOS setup with dd-wrt as primary router (5,626 bytes)
    9: ...l get one of these routers. It is a necessary addition to the configuration due to the way the progra...
    17: ...you can also switch back to the ActionTec easily without calling Verizon.
    19: ...k so you can leave it enabled...it will also make it easier for you to change any configuration if you...
    21: ...he AT if you don’t plan to use it. If you keep it enabled...set up your wireless encryption.
    23: 7 - Configure your dd-wrt router with a different subnet IP address from the AT router...
  4. Hardware (3,608 bytes)
    16: :Replace <replace_pattern> with what you are actually looking for. This can simp...
    24: ...e lost after reboot unless you do <code>nvram commit</code>.
    26: *Delete a variable (and its value). Useful when you made a typo in <code><va...
    30: nvram commit
    45: ...fine BFL_ENETROBO 0x0010 /* This board has robo switch or core */
  5. Hauptseite (3,948 bytes)
    5: '''Die DD-WRT-Dokumentationd-Website existiert auch auf''':
    6: ..., [[Portugues|Portugiesisch]], [[DD-WRT Docu (IT)|Italienisch]], [[Swedish|Schwedisch]]
    50: [[OpenVPN-Site-to-Site-Bridged]] (Mehrere DD-WRT Router zu einem Briged...
    63: ...ten Sie irgendwelche Probleme haben, schauen Sie bitte in unser [http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/index.ph...
    77: === Diese Website ist ein Wiki ===
  6. Recover from a bad flash (41,825 bytes)
    5: ...router working again before giving up and living with the fact that your router is now a paperweight.
    7: ...o <i>configure</i> your router in ways which make it dead to the world. These techniques may be usefu...
    14: # Without releasing reset button, disconnect power cord...
    32: ... way to determine what type of brick you have and its recovery method. You should at least check this ...
    34: When the web interface is no longer available, switch the router off first (remove the power jack) an...
  7. Glossary (58,851 bytes)
    10: '''If you are looking for a particular term it is best to use your browser's search function.'''
    15: ...ay implement some or all authentication methods, with the authenticator acting as a pass-through for s...
    19: ...fers up to 11 megabits per second under ideal conditions. Transmission occurs over 20 MHz of bandwid...
    22: ...conditions. It requires a radio capable of transmitting in this range. This was ratified by the IEEE...
    28: ...fers up to 54 megabits per second under ideal conditions. 802.11g equipment can typically operate in 8...
  8. WDS Linked router network (21,578 bytes)
    5: =Basic Definitions=
    10: ... main router connected to the internet, to share with clients
    12: ...router not connected to the internet, to connect with the host router. There can be several clients
    27: ... to go to the Status page and read what CPU Model it has. Another method is to go to https://wikidevi....
    30: ... WEP) method to connect a Broadcom (main router) with a Qualcomm Atheros (secondary router). This will...
  9. Linksys EA6500 V1 (23,843 bytes)
    5: <font color=white size= 10px>⚠</font>
    7: ...=Linksys_EA6500_V1&action=history when the last edit was made] and read/ask around the [https://www.dd...
    15: <font color=white size=8>⭳</font>
    58: | style="text-align: center;" | Switch
    88: <font color=white size= 10px>⚠</font>
  10. Kismet Server/Drone (18,210 bytes)
    1: ...tallation guide on Kismet see:'' [[wrt54g kismet with linux server]]
    4: ...twork detector, sniffer, and intrusion detection kit.
    6: ...www.kismetwireless.net Official Kismet Wireless] site.
    8: Since Kismet is a Linux project, it can run as either the full server, or just a drone server on the...
    10: ...igtails (I've gone through a number of PCI cards with RP-SMA connectors that keep breaking apart).
  11. Chillispot (36,354 bytes)
    7: It Seems that no firmware including Chillispot after...
    8: ...need to use Chillispot and if your device support it you should try a firmware release between SVN 148...
    15: ...rtising or other neighbourhood or commercial activities.
    17: * Limit the bandwidth, up and down, hotspot-connected lap...
    18: * Limit the number of times within a given period hotspot users can log in.
  12. Wl command (25,189 bytes)
    3: ...Server/Drone]] use it to configure the radios, monitor packets and extract information directly from t...
    7: No setup is required as 'wl' comes with all Broadcom DD-WRT installations.
    9: (For Atheros Hardware, this functionality is absent/less developed, and users will need to...
    33: ...you have multiple radios, then each one will have it's own interface, i.e eth2, eth3
    38: reinitialize adapter and mark as up
  13. Ipkg (tutorial) (10,613 bytes)
    1: ...|Telnet or SSH]] into your router to run this utility. You also need [[Jffs]] enabled.
    9: -dest <dest_name> where <dest_name> is '''either''' a folder path '''or''' a pre-defined
    42: ...nthill.free.fr/openwrt/tracker/repositories/ repository].
    50: '''root''' (the flash partition at /[[jffs]])<br>
    56: ... latest list of package listing from the default sites.
  14. Index:Misc/ja (966 bytes)
    33: [[Category:Community/ja]]
  15. Separate LAN and WLAN (outdated) (15,294 bytes)
    3: ...ng to perform this setup should be very familiar with the [[Telnet/SSH and the Command Line|command li...
    5: ...tp://www.openwrt.org OpenWRT] firmware instead as it does not offer a web interface that can get screw...
    7: ...e processes of merging DD-WRT with OpenWRT. While it was already true that things said for OpenWRT wer...
    10: ...witch is the WAN port. The other 4 ports of the switch are the 4 LAN ports seen on the back of the rou...
    12: By default, inside the switch exist 2 ''Virtual LANs'' (VLans), vlan0 and vla...
  16. IPv6 (tutorial) (36,073 bytes)
    3: ...o exchange data across a packet-switched network. It follows IPv4 as the second version of the Interne...
    5: ... version of the TCP/IP protocol, IPv6 offers 128-bit address space, or 2<sup>128</sup> (&asymp; 3.4 x ...
    7: ...onnections. ip6tables is NOT included by default with DD-WRT, which means your clients will be directl...
    10: =Prerequisites=
    28: ...ddress from the wired side, and properly announce it to the LAN (br0).
  17. Miscellaneous (1,487 bytes)
    2: ...f the Wiki is for all the things that just don't fit anywhere else.
    5: ...nsive list of terms and DD-WRT features with definitions and considerable explanations. A great place ...
    9: ...e are some pages that describe specific hardware with only a loose
    26: ...tps://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Ubiquiti Ubiquiti]
    45: [[Category:Community]]
  18. Firewall (8,046 bytes)
    1: ... '''firewall''' is to moderate traffic and/or log it. Most firewall are made for moderating ip traffic...
    3: ...side'' (LAN) and ''outside'' (WAN, the internet). It has two main access control lists (ACL) - e.g. na...
    14: ...track the connection. A statefull firewall can additionally moderate trackable traffic by:
    23: ...firewall), it can not deduce which client to send it to. Here are examples of protocols that has that ...
    28: Even if the traffic is unencrypted it can not be deduced where to NAT a response outsid...
  19. Bootvorgang (68,911 bytes)
    3: ...er mal einen WRT54g V 2.2 mit einer Seriellen Schnittstelle versehen, um mir mal die originalen Einste...
    7: Es geht los, mit den allerersten Bootvorgang<br>
    11: CFE version 1.0.37 for BCM947XX (32bit,SP,LE)
    15: Initializing Arena.
    16: Initializing Devices.
  20. ¿Qué es DD-WRT? (4,318 bytes)
    3: ... en un chip Broadcom. Para una lista de los dispositivos soportados, por favor lee la página [[Suppor...
    7: Actualmente DD-WRT es distribuido de forma gratuita aunque otro firmware comercial está siendo [htt...
    9: ...erísticas que no ofrecen por defecto estos dispositivos, o incluso más que el firmware comercial de ...
    13: ...s seguridad en la comunicación, controles [[Quality of Service]] (QoS) avanzados, y soporte software...
    15: =Requisitos=

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