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  1. Hardware (3,608 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware}}
    5: ...(non-volatile RAM) also called flash space is the place where the permanent settings are stored. This ...
    16: what you are actually looking for. This can simply be a word or a [
    24: :Now you can play with the new settings or test user scripts but ...
    42: #define BFL_BTCOEXIST 0x0001 /* This board implements Bluetooth coexistance */
  2. LaFonera Hardware serial to ethernet (1,034 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / serial to ethernet'''
  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]]
    12: My kernel implementation use 4 GPIO on SW1 (1-2-5-6) near the Et...
    16: ... on i2c-parport-light. Linux i2c stack is very complete, all i have to do is to use bit-banging i2c AP...
  4. LaFonera Hardware Coloured Chassis (2,817 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Coloured Chassis'''
    15: [[image:LaFonera_Hardware_coloured_chassis.jpg]]
    26: From testing on spare plastic I have found that you can get a smooth finis...
    33: to prime the surface. (no need to sand because plastic adheres better than metals);
  5. LaFonera Hardware SD-Card (6,579 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / SD-Card'''
    46: I read on several websites, that some people managed to wire a SD Card (or a MMC) to a Fonera...
    50: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_SD-Card_-_01_overview.jpg|the finished result]]
    57: ... is to locate the SW pins (near the antenna).. simply solder some wires like this:
  6. LaFonera Hardware Power-Sources (2,124 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Power-Sources'''
  7. Linksys WAP54G Hardware Spec (3,039 bytes)
    5: Hardware spec:<br>
    20: While the howtos and photos needed for the implementation of this module for the models of WRT54G...
    36: Power supply:
    45: []
  8. LaFonera Info Hardware-Specifications (3,830 bytes)
    3: ...Fonera_(en)|LaFonera]] / [[LaFonera_Info|Info]] / Hardware-Specifications'''
    5: == The Hardware Specifications ==
    15: * Powersupply Input: 100-240V ~ 50-60 Hz 0.3A. Output: 5V DC, ...
    29: * Powersupply: 7.5v, 1A Output
    40: LaFonera complies with the following standards:
  9. LaFonera Hardware Second-Antenna (7,482 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Second-Antenna'''
    9: The process should be pretty self explainitory, though I'm sure others may have other th...
    19: ... drill, dremel, etc. Whatever works. Be sure to plan out exactly where it will go. I have chosen to...
    24: is wiring for a ground. Below that is another plastic casing. Within that is the actual antenna c...
  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'''
    13: ... LaFonera, so read this article first: [[LaFonera_Hardware_Serial-Cable-Port]].
    20: * 1x USB type B PCB socket [
    21: * 1x USB type B plug [
  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: ...e to use DC/DC-converter inside LaFonera. For example RP10-4805SE from [http://www.recom-international...
    12: ...ntical when opened up, same circuit and component placement). This information is based on our experie...
    23: ... attached these pairs to the standard 5V power in plug, in the box where the unit is to be mounted.
  13. LaFonera Hardware Serial-Cable-Port (6,917 bytes)
    1: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    2: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Serial-Cable-Port'''
    7: | [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Serial-Cable-Port_01.jpg]]
    17: See [[LaFonera_Hardware_Disassembling|LaFonera Hardware Disassembling]] for how to dissassemble your rout...
    19: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Serial-Cable-Port_02.jpg]]
  14. LaFonera Hardware Disassembling (1,764 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Disassembling'''
    8: | [[Image:LaFonera Hardware Disassembling 01.png]]
    11: Included is a 5 v Ac/Dc converter and a simple user manual.
    20: [[Image:LaFonera Hardware Disassembling 02.jpg]]
  15. Hardware DIY (1,115 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware_DIY}}
    3: ==Hardware List==
    5: ...the Hardware link at the bottom of the page. Some hardware mods are located on their router's particular wik...
    13: [[Category:Hardware]]
  16. LaFonera Hardware Cooling-System (11,159 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Cooling-System'''
    16: ...nd the life of this nifty little unit we shall simply add a clutch looking fan to the top. (how the fa...
    28: *Pliers
    51: 3. After making sure you have the right placement on the cover. Transfer the marked hole and...
  17. LaFonera Hardware Controlling AC-Loads (4,663 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Controlling AC-Loads'''
    13: ...ld process, maybe we could create a controlling application together.
    15: == Hardware ==
    18: [[image:LaFonera_Hardware_Controlling_AC-Loads_-_01_ready_to_start.jpg]]
  18. LaFonera Hardware Roboter Controlling (2,339 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Roboter Controlling'''
    13: ...ld process, maybe we could create a controlling application together.
    15: == Hardware ==
    16: The complete Robot, ready mounted - front view
  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]]
    11: ...e way to get rid of the logo without removing any plastic from the top or creating unnecessary scratch...
    23: ...Clean up trace polish (or else it may degrade the plastic) using a damp kitchen towel (dampen with '''...
  20. LaFonera Hardware Replace LEDs (6,702 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...[[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Replace LEDs'''
    5: ...Replace_LEDs_(de)|deutsch]] [[LaFonera_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_(fr)|français]]
    7: = Replacing the green LEDs =
    8: '''Today we learn how to replace the green LEDs of your LaFonera with blue ones...

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  1. DD-WRT Doku (DE) (83,042 bytes)
    25: ...// Hardware-Support-Liste]''.
    27: ...oftware Lizenz [ GPL] ver&ouml;ffentlicht wurde.
    145: | keine ([ USB-Mod])
    208: ...// Hardware-Support-Liste]
    210: =Komplette Featureliste=
  2. Hinzufügen eines SD-Kartenlesers an den Linksys WRT54G (20,102 bytes)
    11: ...d <br>( )<br><br>
    19: * ein Linksys WRT54G (Hardware Revision < v5)
    92: ...auchen wir wirklich alle Bilder doppelt von einer Hardware Revision? Und muessen die so riesig und unscharf ...
    114: ...tstellen ausgesucht wurden, weil die den meisten Platz um die betreffenden GPIO-Leitungen beim Löten...
    153: an der Platine des WRT54G fest. Wie vorher erwähnt kommt j...
  3. Verizon FIOS setup with dd-wrt as primary router (5,626 bytes)
    5: ...-wrt loaded router instead of the Verizon FIOS Supplied ActionTec WI424WL router follow the setup step...
    19: ...easier for you to change any configuration if you plug an ethernet cable into one of the LAN ports at ...
    21: ...– Disable the Wireless of the AT if you don’t plan to use it. If you keep it enabled...set up you...
    35: ..."WAN", Set scheduler to "HFSC", Set the Download/Upload Speeds to about 80% of the advertised service ...
    39: ...ate set to 100M on all ports....Then click the "Apply" button at the bottom of the page. (see [http://...
  4. Hardware (3,608 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware}}
    5: ...(non-volatile RAM) also called flash space is the place where the permanent settings are stored. This ...
    16: what you are actually looking for. This can simply be a word or a [
    24: :Now you can play with the new settings or test user scripts but ...
    42: #define BFL_BTCOEXIST 0x0001 /* This board implements Bluetooth coexistance */
  5. Hauptseite (3,948 bytes)
    52: Sharing X86 Based]] (Drucker Sharing trotz X86 Hardware und V24SP1)
    54: ==Hardware-bezogene Beschreibungen==
    86: .../wiviz/ Es ist ein Open-Source-Projekt unter GNU GPL.
  6. Recover from a bad flash (41,825 bytes)
    16: # Replug the power cord.
    32: The LED display at the front of the router is the best way to d...
    38: or corrupt value exists in the NVRAM. Here simply clearing the NVRAM should solve the problem.
    42: # Unplug the power cord from the back of the router.
    44: # While holding down the Reset button, plug back in the power cord to the router.
  7. Glossary (58,851 bytes)
    15: ...e of a backend authentication server, which may implement some or all authentication methods, with the...
    31: ... requires newer equipment and generally have multiple antennas to take advantage of the MIMO features....
    60: ...led firmware will not boot or you cannot use the upload routine in the DD-WRT GUI. The default and rec...
    88: ...It is roughly analogous to the BIOS on the IBM PC platform. (thanks to Wikipedia)
    101: ... web server, and brings powerful features. You simply register there and create your hotspot. Then you...
  8. WDS Linked router network (21,578 bytes)
    18: ... on Qualcomm Atheros routers (see more under Multiple WLANs)
    27: and look up the model number and specific hardware revision. Ex: TP-Link 1043nd v3
    36: Before starting these instructions, please read [[Atheros/ath_wireless_settings|QCA Wire...
    66: * Click Apply, wait for the page to reload (Don’t close the ...
    113: * Click Apply, wait until the page reloads
  9. Linksys EA6500 V1 (23,843 bytes)
    90: for the V2. If you have a EA6500 V2, check the hardware specific page or the forum for support</font><p><...
    152: ...tps://!x4kxkCjb!JtJC0bEJIMzc41hWfybVc9zVPPlEBKZ6tNr-KfHN6-I Link]
    184: [!pwM1DbaD!XAlQEpI3dsCsPli8Fz07o9Abz3XtmDThWsWeE4fxiQA Link 2]
    200: * Making sure you have the [[#Find_your_hardware_version | V1 router]]<br>
    201: ===Find your hardware version===
  10. Kismet Server/Drone (18,210 bytes)
    25: will have to copy them to your desktop if you plan to interpret them (such as for WEP decryption)....
    26: ... of a server on your desktop machine is that multiple drones connected to the server will only generat...
    38: ... copying the files from the WRT but this quite complicated (especially for larger dumps).
    41: ...t able to do it - but the server does it ???). Simply try it - it might work for you.
    44: ...can create a Virtual Hard Drive [VHD] which is simply a file stored on your hard drive that holds the ...
  11. Chillispot (36,629 bytes)
    13: ...y make the wireless or LAN-connected computers display a "landing page" on users' browsers.
    35: ...ires changing your router flash and learning a completely new way of setting up the router, especially...
    40: and are familiar with Wiki-editing and Chilli, please update this Wiki with your preferred provider...
    50: ... show you a convenient customized screen-image displaying the entries for the DD-WRT device.
    53: ...encryption for the Wi-Fi for now. This greatly simplifies resolving issues.
  12. Wl command (24,951 bytes)
    3: ...e routers firmware to access and control wireless hardware. It can be accesed from a [[Telnet/SSH_and_the_Co...
    9: (For Atheros Hardware, this functionality is absent/less developed, and...
    22: Examples:
    29: Example:
    33: If you have multiple radios, then each one will have it's own interfa...
  13. Заводские установки (28,571 bytes)
    7: ''Нужно объединить с [[Hardware#NVRAM]].
    102: NC_SplashURL=
    203: wshaper_uplink=0
    299: wl_plcphdr=long
    373: wl0_plcphdr=long
  14. Ipkg (tutorial) (10,613 bytes)
    33: info [pkg [<field>]] Display all/some info fields for <pkg> or all
    34: status [pkg [<field>]] Display all/some status fields for <pkg> or all
    38: - arguments displayed in [ ] are optional
    75: ...libc and is also provided as IPK package. For example
    88: ...ths with setting correct LD_LIBRARY_PATH. For example programs that reside in /jffs/bin or /jffs/sbin ...
  15. 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]]
  16. Separate LAN and WLAN (outdated) (15,234 bytes)
    1: '''This guide is outdated, please see [[Separate LAN and WLAN]] instead.'''
    3: ...tain options from the [[Web Interface]]. (For example, advanced Routing from the Web Interface, when d...
    9: = Hardware =
    12: ... 0 (WAN) and port 6 (router). IPTables are then implemented on the router such that NAT'd routing is p...
    16: Please read [
  17. IPv6 (tutorial) (36,073 bytes)
    5: ... addresses for each of the roughly 6.5 billion people alive today, or about 57 billion addresses for e...
    14: ...rrent recommended build of the firmware (see your hardware forum for recommendations) using [[What_is_DD-WRT...
    43: ...hat you've to download still depends a lot on the hardware you're running on!
    50: # If you don't trust random people on the internet (which is a good thing) you'll f...
    93: ...nfigure explicit tunneling. This should be the simplest method to add IPv6 to your entire network.
  18. Miscellaneous (1,487 bytes)
    5: ...efinitions and considerable explanations. A great place for reference and general browsing.
    9: There are some pages that describe specific hardware with only a loose
    34: * [[Hardware#NVRAM|NVRAM]]
    36: * [[Hardware#Overclocking|Router Overclocking]]
    38: * [[Hardware#Hardware_Modifications|Hardware modifications]]
  19. Firewall (8,046 bytes)
    3: The simplest ip firewall has two physical interfaces normal...
    6: The simplest ip firewall - a packet filter firewall - can p...
    23: ...t deduce which client to send it to. Here are examples of protocols that has that problem:
    31: ...alled an [[wikipedia:Application_layer_firewall|application firewall]].
    33: Some examples of protocols that can port jump and/or create a...
  20. Bootvorgang (68,911 bytes)
    86: HDLC line discipline: version $Revision: $, maxframe=4096
    87: N_HDLC line discipline registered.
    103: Linux IP multicast router 0.06 plus PIM-SM
    265: arp Display or modify the ARP Table

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