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  1. Hardware (3,608 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware}}
    5: ...here the permanent settings are stored. This includes
    23: ...de> or <code>443 8080</code> or <code>sometext</code>).
    24: ... after reboot unless you do <code>nvram commit</code>.
    26: ... when you made a typo in <code><variable_name></code> above:
  2. LaFonera Hardware serial to ethernet (1,034 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / serial to ethernet'''
    8: ...he software to open a serial port console is included in the Fon's software packages.
    10: ...o you can use one or more <nowiki>:</nowiki> to indent your comment.
  3. LaFonera Hardware i2c (6,202 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / i2c'''
    10: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_i2c_-_01_overview.jpg]]
    14: ...i2c/i2c_gpio.pdf here (PDF)] [http://www.wildblue.de/fonera/i2c/i2c_gpio.pdf (mirror)].
    16: On the software side, my module is based on i2c-parport-light. Linux i...
  4. LaFonera Hardware Coloured Chassis (2,817 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Coloured Chassis'''
    13: When your device is dried, maybe it looks like this one
    15: [[image:LaFonera_Hardware_coloured_chassis.jpg]]
    22: ...eflecting from it (monitor & a mouse) to give an idea of the finish.
  5. LaFonera Hardware SD-Card (6,579 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / SD-Card'''
    16: A kernel module is required in order to use the MMC hack.
    20: ...el 2.6 is avaible. It uses gpio bitbanging, the code is currently being reworked a bit to make it look...
    24: * dev nodes do not get allocated automatically yet
  6. LaFonera Hardware Power-Sources (2,124 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Power-Sources'''
    6: When connected directly to a Li-ion battery, the device draws around 550ma with wireless on and 450ma...
    9: ...a stepup circuit. (or power LaFonera from the inside without the 3,3V regulator)
    11: ...ing in flames (literally) when shorted, over or under-charged. It is also better to get a proper LiIon...
  7. Linksys WAP54G Hardware Spec (3,039 bytes)
    3: Model No: WAP54G<br>
    5: Hardware spec:<br>
    12: [[Image:inside_wap54g.jpg]]<br>
    13: ''Inside Wap54g''<br>
    20: ... was able to add his support for SD - I'll try to describe it here:
  8. LaFonera Info Hardware-Specifications (3,830 bytes)
    3: ...Fonera_(en)|LaFonera]] / [[LaFonera_Info|Info]] / Hardware-Specifications'''
    5: == The Hardware Specifications ==
    6: === Model 2100 ===
    13: * Antenna Omni-Directional detachable antenna (2dBi)
    19: === Model 2200 ===
  9. LaFonera Hardware Second-Antenna (7,482 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Second-Antenna'''
    19: ...red. That allows me to leave the 2 antennas at 90degrees of one another without rubbing at the base.
    20: [[Image:FON_dremel_outside.jpg|thumb|none|Image of the hole that I dremeled....
    23: =Soldering=
  10. LaFonera Hardware JTAG (268 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    4: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / JTAG'''
    7: For now take a look at [[LaFonera_Hardware_IO_(en)]]
  11. LaFonera Hardware USB (9,766 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / USB'''
    7: ...ect it directly to a PC USB port. This mod just added a usb connector, but not a USB CONNECTION!!!
    11: ...on than fixing a large, ugly serial port to the side of the LaFonera. '''Note - This is just a method ...
    13: ... LaFonera, so read this article first: [[LaFonera_Hardware_Serial-Cable-Port]].
  12. LaFonera Hardware Power-over-Ethernet (3,201 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Power-over-Ethernet'''
    8: ...nsive, several 10´s of euros each, but might be ideal in this case.
    12: ... I think, identical to an SMC unit we use (looks identical when opened up, same circuit and component ...
    21: ...s)'' Alternatively you should build a switching-mode step-down DC converter, [http://www.hobbielektron...
  13. LaFonera Hardware Serial-Cable-Port (6,917 bytes)
    1: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    2: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Serial-Cable-Port'''
    6: {| border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=5
    7: | [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Serial-Cable-Port_01.jpg]]
    17: See [[LaFonera_Hardware_Disassembling|LaFonera Hardware Disassembling]] for how to dissassemble your rout...
  14. LaFonera Hardware Disassembling (1,764 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Disassembling'''
    5: == Inside the fon router==
    7: {| border=0 cellspacing=0 cellpadding=5
    8: | [[Image:LaFonera Hardware Disassembling 01.png]]
  15. Hardware DIY (1,115 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware_DIY}}
    3: ==Hardware List==
    5: ...cated on their router's particular wiki page. A wider range of mods can be found on the OpenWRT wiki p...
    7: ...es are listed here: [[Supported_Devices|Supported Devices]]<br>
    8: ...: [[Known_incompatible_devices|Known Incompatible Devices]]
  16. LaFonera Hardware Cooling-System (11,159 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Cooling-System'''
    13: ...ue I'm not looking forward to my case melting and destroying itself.
    24: *Soldering Iron
    25: *Solder
  17. LaFonera Hardware Controlling AC-Loads (4,663 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Controlling AC-Loads'''
    15: == Hardware ==
    18: [[image:LaFonera_Hardware_Controlling_AC-Loads_-_01_ready_to_start.jpg]]
    20: [[media:LaFonera_Hardware_Controlling_AC-Loads_-_highres_01_ready_to_start....
  18. LaFonera Hardware Roboter Controlling (2,339 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Roboter Controlling'''
    15: == Hardware ==
    18: [[image:LaFonera_Hardware_Roboter_Controlling_-_03_complete_robot_front.jpg...
    20: [[media:LaFonera_Hardware_Roboter_Controlling_-_highres_03_complete_robot_f...
  19. LaFonera Hardware Logo-Removal (2,569 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Logo-Removal'''
    5: ...a_Hardware_Logo-Removal_(de)|deutsch]] [[LaFonera_Hardware_Logo-Removal_(fr)|français]]
    9: Metal polish is powerful enough to abrade metal, which means that the solvent is also stron...
    13: === Things needed ===
  20. LaFonera Hardware Replace LEDs (6,702 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Replace LEDs'''
    5: ...a_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_(de)|deutsch]] [[LaFonera_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_(fr)|français]]
    11: I decided to change the colour of the LaFonera Status LEDs...
    13: ...ple to do this modification - if you have some soldering skills.

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  1. DD-WRT Doku (DE) (83,042 bytes)
    1: ...http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/DD-WRT_Doku_(DE)%23WRT350N-Antennen_Mod&usg=ALkJrhg1ggC8OBFonl_XJ...
    8: ...lange nicht mehr aktualisiert. Viele Artikel behandeln DD-WRT Versionen die nicht mehr aktuell sind (D...
    10: ...y hat wahrscheinlich kein Interesse mehr an einer Deutschen-Wiki.
    19: ...ieses vom Mitmachen. Jeder darf, und soll [http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artikel Artikel] verfassen, ed...
    23: [[Image:Wpa2.JPG|thumb|Das Interface der aktuellen DD-WRT v23/v24 Versionen]]
  2. Hinzufügen eines SD-Kartenlesers an den Linksys WRT54G (20,102 bytes)
    1: == Tutorial: Hinzufügen eines SD-Kartenlesers an den Linksys WRT54G ==
    3: ...hde und Mads Ulrik Kristoffersen - übersetzt ins Deutsche von gammelgemse''
    6: ...T kompiliert, wird es möglich sein, den Speicher der jeweiligen SD-Karte als lese- und schreibbare Pa...
    8: ===Bilder===
    10: ...lSolderingDone.jpg http://kiel.kool.dk/pics/AllSolderingDone.jpg] ) <br><br>
  3. Verizon FIOS setup with dd-wrt as primary router (5,626 bytes)
    5: In order to use your dd-wrt loaded router instead of the Verizon FIOS Supplied Acti...
    9: ...o the configuration due to the way the program guide and VoD is obtained over the Coax cable (MoCA con...
    11: 1 - Login to your AT router (default username/password = admin/password)
    15: 3 - Locate the column that has the header "Broadband Connection Ethernet"
    17: ... to release/renew your DHCP connection on their side….By cloning the MAC address….you can also swi...
  4. Hardware (3,608 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware}}
    5: ...here the permanent settings are stored. This includes
    23: ...de> or <code>443 8080</code> or <code>sometext</code>).
    24: ... after reboot unless you do <code>nvram commit</code>.
    26: ... when you made a typo in <code><variable_name></code> above:
  5. Hauptseite (3,948 bytes)
    3: |bgcolor="#ffffc0" style="color: black; border: 1px solid black"|
    11: ...rstellung eines Tutorials für '''DD-WRT''' verwendet.
    16: <div style="margin: 0; margin-right:10px; border: 1px solid #dfdfdf; padding: 0 1em 1em 1em; back...
    24: ...WRT_Doku_%28DE%29|> DD-WRT Dokumentation Project (DE)]]'''</font>
    25: ...tp://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/DD-WRT_Doku_%28DE%29
  6. Recover from a bad flash (41,825 bytes)
    7: ...i>configure</i> your router in ways which make it dead to the world. These techniques may be useful i...
    9: To determine if the router is bricked, carefully follow...
    20: # All should be in default settings now.
    32: ...lay at the front of the router is the best way to determine what type of brick you have and its recove...
    36: ...lit up the other LED's, then a defective [[bootloader]] is present. However, if you can ping 192.168.1...
  7. Glossary (58,851 bytes)
    15: ...thenticator requests more information in order to determine the method. Rather than requiring the aut...
    19: ...rts transfers up to 11 megabits per second under ideal conditions. Transmission occurs over 20 MHz o...
    22: ...llowing it to reach 54 megabits per second under ideal conditions. It requires a radio capable of tra...
    25: ...(Wave II devices) bandwidth. This standard also added MU-MIMO support and 256-QAM modulation. This was...
    28: ....11g equipment can typically operate in 802.11b mode when required to work in 802.11b environments. L...
  8. WDS Linked router network (21,578 bytes)
    5: =Basic Definitions=
    14: '''WDS AP''' – the host router "Wireless Mode" selection, only on Qualcomm Atheros routers
    16: ...'WDS Station''' – the client router "Wireless Mode" selection only on Qualcomm Atheros routers
    18: ... required on Qualcomm Atheros routers (see more under Multiple WLANs)
    22: '''MAC address''' – device specific address, not easily changeable. Usua...
  9. Linksys EA6500 V1 (23,843 bytes)
    1: ...ys EA Series]][[Category:Linksys_guides]]</noinclude><center>
    2: ...70%;margin-top:+.7em;background-color: #F7F7F7;border-spacing: 0px;text-align:center;"
    6: ...="width:25em;color:#000;border: 2px solid red; border-left-width: 0px;"|
    7: ...2/viewforum.php?f=1 forum] before considering the details on this page to be accurate</font>
    12: ...7em;text-align:center;background-color:#F7F7F7;border-spacing: 0px"
  10. Kismet Server/Drone (18,210 bytes)
    1: ''For a Linux installation guide on Kismet see:'' [[wrt54g kismet with linux serve...
    4: ...wireless network detector, sniffer, and intrusion detection kit.
    8: ... You are then free to run a Kismet client on your desktop computer view the output.
    10: Anyone familiar with Network Stumbler will definitely appreciate running Kismet Server or Kisme...
    14: ...smet drone on your WRT and the Client/Server on a desktop computer(s) seems to be the most common inst...
  11. Chillispot (36,629 bytes)
    2: <!-- Note to ChilliSpot Service Providers: -->
    8: If you need to use ChilliSpot and if your device support it you should try a firmware release ...
    16: * Provide a Wi-Fi usage agreement, advertising or other nei...
    18: ...dwidth, up and down, hotspot-connected laptops or desktops can use.
    22: ChilliSpot can be used for single router, or extended with the use of external services to cover an en...
  12. Wl command (25,189 bytes)
    1: ...ou are here: '''[[Main_Page|Wiki mainpage]] / [[Index:Scripting|Scripting]] / [[Telnet/SSH_and_the_Com...
    3: ...e routers firmware to access and control wireless hardware. It can be accesed from a [[Telnet/SSH_and_the_Co...
    9: ...heros Hardware, this functionality is absent/less developed, and users will need to use the 'ifconfig'...
    16: ...ent Mode]] and others only in Access Point (AP) Mode.
    42: mark adapter down but do not reset hardware.
  13. Ipkg (tutorial) (10,613 bytes)
    1: Brainslayer is working hard to merge the code base of DD-WRT with the OpenWRT firmware. This me...
    8: ...r Install, upgrade, or remove package from <dest_name>
    9: ...ame> is '''either''' a folder path '''or''' a pre-defined
    11: ... by default, ipkg on DD-WRT supports these pre-defined names:
    18: -force-depends Make dependency checks warnings instead of errors
  14. Index:Misc/ja (966 bytes)
    18: * [[Hardware#NVRAM|NVRAM]]
    20: * [[Hardware#Overclocking|Router Overclocking]]
    22: * [[Hardware#Hardware_Modifications|Hardware modifications]]
    28: * [[Linksys WAP54G Hardware Spec]]
    30: * [[ISP Upgrades v PPPoE]]
  15. Separate LAN and WLAN (outdated) (15,294 bytes)
    1: '''This guide is outdated, please see [[Separate LAN and WLAN]]...
    3: ... Linksys firmware, and all custom firmwares are a derivation of this, performing this setup will yield...
    9: = Hardware =
    12: By default, inside the switch exist 2 ''Virtual LANs'' (VLans), vlan...
    14: By default, inside the router there is a bridge (br0) bridging eth1 ...
  16. IPv6 (tutorial) (36,073 bytes)
    3: ...is a network layer IP standard used by electronic devices to exchange data across a packet-switched ne...
    5: ...://www.potaroo.net/tools/ipv4/ There are too many devices in the world for 32-bit (2<sup>32</sup>, or ...
    7: ...ncoming connections. ip6tables is NOT included by default with DD-WRT, which means your clients will b...
    11: * [[Supported Devices|DD-WRT compatible router]]
    14: ...) using [[What_is_DD-WRT%3F | a version that includes IPv6 support]].
  17. Miscellaneous (1,487 bytes)
    5: ...rms and DD-WRT features with definitions and considerable explanations. A great place for reference an...
    8: ==Device-Specific Information==
    9: There are some pages that describe specific hardware with only a loose
    12: ...wiki/index.php/Category:Linksys_guides Linksys guides]
    14: ...m/wiki/index.php/Category:Belkin_guides Belkin guides]
  18. Firewall (8,046 bytes)
    1: ...affic and/or log it. Most firewall are made for moderating ip traffic and are called '''ip firewalls''...
    3: ...(ACL) - e.g. named inside2outside and outside2inside.
    8: * destination ip address
    11: ** destination tcp/udp port
    14: ...nnection. A statefull firewall can additionally moderate trackable traffic by:
  19. Bootvorgang (68,911 bytes)
    5: ...weiß noch nicht! Vielleicht gibt es ja was zu entdecken.<br>
    6: Der WRT war original verpackt.<br>
    7: Es geht los, mit den allerersten Bootvorgang<br>
    16: Initializing Devices.
    29: Text (code) segment: 0x80300000 - 0x80338DB0 (232880)
  20. ¿Qué es DD-WRT? (4,318 bytes)
    2: ...PG|thumb|La actual [[Interfaz Web| interfaz web]] de DD-WRT]]
    3: ... soportados, por favor lee la página [[Supported Devices]], en inglés.
    5: ...T fue creado a partir de la decisión de Sveasoft de empezar a cobrar por su producto, cerrando la pue...
    7: ... siendo [http://forum.bsr-clan.de/ftopic4612.html desarrollado] por BrainSlayer para ganar su dinerill...
    9: ... tiempo de activación y otras cosas del software de Sveasoft.

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