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  1. Hardware (3,608 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware}}
    5: ...lled flash space is the place where the permanent settings are stored. This includes
    6: :* DD-WRT settings that you normally change using [[Web Interf...
    7: :* settings for user [[Startup Scripts]]
    14: ...content containing the pattern <search_pattern> (useful for quickly finding things in NVRAM):
  2. LaFonera Hardware serial to ethernet (1,034 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: .../ [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / serial to ethernet'''
    5: == serial to ethernet ==
    6: There is a chance to turn LaFonera as a ''Rs232-Serial-port-to-wireless'' adapter?
    7: ...ia rs232 to the 2nd Fonera, by using a pc without serial port.
  3. LaFonera Hardware i2c (6,202 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / i2c'''
    8: ... router. And now, it’s done. Kernel module and user space programs are here.
    10: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_i2c_-_01_overview.jpg]]
    12: ... connector. Pin 1 and 2 are respectively used for sending and receiving SDA signals. 5 and 6, for SCL ...
  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]]
    18: ...ase-mods.linear1.org/category/painting/ linear1 case mods].
    22: ...ith some light reflecting 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'''
    11: ===Purpose===
    16: A kernel module is required in order to use the MMC hack.
    17: .../ OpenWRT] or compile [http://fghhgh.150m.com/ these] using the toolchain on your LaFonera.
  6. LaFonera Hardware Power-Sources (2,124 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Power-Sources'''
    9: You can even use a LiIon battery and a stepup circuit. (or power L...
    11: For those willing to take the LiIon approach, make sure you...
    14: To build my battery pack, I used an LM7805A, an external SCSI Zip 100 drive power...
  7. Linksys WAP54G Hardware Spec (3,039 bytes)
    4: Serial No: MDG0035...<br><br>
    5: Hardware spec:<br>
    28: * Several thin cabel
    37: ...er), and GND of the metal casing for the SES or Reset button.
    42: For this module I used gpio: 3,4,6 and 7
  8. LaFonera Info Hardware-Specifications (3,830 bytes)
    3: ...Fonera_(en)|LaFonera]] / [[LaFonera_Info|Info]] / Hardware-Specifications'''
    5: == The Hardware Specifications ==
    12: * Antenna Connector: RP-SMA Connector (Reverse SMA)
    17: * Reset Switch
    31: * No extra pad for a second antenna. Possible internal PCB antenna?
  9. LaFonera Hardware Second-Antenna (7,482 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: .../ [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Second-Antenna'''
    6: ...al.jpg|thumb|right|Stock la fonera PCB showing unused antenna connection.]]
    7: ...nd antenna is not hard. Since I recently used these wiki pages to help me along the process up gettin...
    9: The process should be pretty self explainitory, though I'm sure others may have o...
  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'''
    9: ...e page or whatever; I just put it here because I used a USB port in the mod. -->
    11: ...- This is just a method of using a USB port for a serial console, you still have to connect this port ...
    13: ..., 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: ...10´s of euros each, but might be ideal in this case.
    12: ...t and component placement). This information is based on our experience with the SMC unit.''
    21: ...0m of CAT5. ''(It does run very hot and I'm surprised the box hasn't melted in our summer heat which e...
  13. LaFonera Hardware Serial-Cable-Port (6,917 bytes)
    1: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    2: .../ [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Serial-Cable-Port'''
    4: ==Accessing serial console on the Fon==
    7: | [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Serial-Cable-Port_01.jpg]]
    8: ...al console you can turn SSH on and access various settings and reflash the firmware.'''
  14. LaFonera Hardware Disassembling (1,764 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Disassembling'''
    8: | [[Image:LaFonera Hardware Disassembling 01.png]]
    9: ...free routers to countries in europe. The router itself is tiny: it fits nicely in the palm of my hands...
    11: Included is a 5 v Ac/Dc converter and a simple user manual.
  15. Hardware DIY (1,115 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware_DIY}}
    3: ==Hardware List==
    5: ...T wiki page for your particular router, in most cases.
    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'''
    7: to prevent melting your LaFonera (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIZEh7gf7M0)
    12: So these things run pretty hot...
    13: ...oking forward to my case melting and destroying itself.
  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]]
    20: # Logo will dissolve into polish - Use a fresh piece of kitchen paper if it becomes dark...
    23: # Clean up trace polish (or else it may degrade the plastic) using a damp kitchen ...
  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]]
    29: [[image:LaFonera_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_-_08_preparation.jpg]]
    31: [[media:LaFonera_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_-_highres_08_preparation.jpg|view in...

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  1. DD-WRT Doku (DE) (83,042 bytes)
    8: Diese Wiki wurde schon lange nicht mehr aktualisiert. V...
    10: Die Community hat wahrscheinlich kein Interesse mehr an einer Deutschen-Wiki.
    15: it seems that the german community is not longer intere...
    19: ...tp://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artikel Artikel] verfassen, editieren und diskutieren.<br>
    25: ...//www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices Hardware-Support-Liste]''.
  2. Hinzufügen eines SD-Kartenlesers an den Linksys WRT54G (20,102 bytes)
    1: == Tutorial: Hinzufügen eines SD-Kartenlesers an den Linksys WRT54G ==
    3: ...stoffersen - übersetzt ins Deutsche von gammelgemse''
    6: ...Partition zu mounten. Die erreichbare Schreib-/ Lesegeschwindigkeit liegt bei etwa 200 KB/s. <br><br>
    10: ...nenleben eines Routers mit eingebautem SD-Kartenleser] <br>( [http://web.archive.org/web/2005101822101...
    11: ...g Der fertige Router mit installiertem SD-Kartenleser] <br> ( [http://web.archive.org/web/200606150438...
  3. Verizon FIOS setup with dd-wrt as primary router (5,626 bytes)
    1: == '''Verizon Fios setup''' ==
    5: ...FIOS Supplied ActionTec WI424WL router follow the setup steps below, you must have the Ethernet port o...
    7: ...d you will see the LED's on the front blink and reset.
    9: ...did order the FIOS TV then you will get one of these routers. It is a necessary addition to the confi...
    11: 1 - Login to your AT router (default username/password = admin/password)
  4. Hardware (3,608 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware}}
    5: ...lled flash space is the place where the permanent settings are stored. This includes
    6: :* DD-WRT settings that you normally change using [[Web Interf...
    7: :* settings for user [[Startup Scripts]]
    14: ...content containing the pattern <search_pattern> (useful for quickly finding things in NVRAM):
  5. Hauptseite (3,948 bytes)
    11: Dieses MediaWiki wird zur Erstellung eines Tutorials f...
    20: --[[User:Master|Master]]
    44: [[Tutorial:_Hinzufügen_eines_SD-Kartenlesers_an_den_Linksys_WRT54G |MMC/SD Karte]]
    48: [[OpenVPN-Tunnel Server / Client, Netzwerke verbinden]] (2xDD-WRT - L...
    52: ...er Sharing X86 Based]] (Drucker Sharing trotz X86 Hardware und V24SP1)
  6. Recover from a bad flash (41,825 bytes)
    3: ...OUNCEMENT (LINKED BELOW) AND THE WIKI ARTICLES ON SERIAL RECOVERY AND TJTAG.
    7: ...world. These techniques may be useful in these cases also.
    11: ...e below, make sure you've first tried a '''hard reset''' to revive your router:
    13: # Push reset button for 30 secs.
    14: # Without releasing reset button, disconnect power cord.
  7. Glossary (58,851 bytes)
    10: ... particular term it is best to use your browser's search function.'''
    15: ..., EAP permits the use of a backend authentication server, which may implement some or all authenticati...
    16: - (paraphrased and exerpted from the Internet Engineering Task ...
    19: ... range. Supports transfers up to 11 megabits per second under ideal conditions. Transmission occurs...
    22: ...nown as OFDM allowing it to reach 54 megabits per second under ideal conditions. It requires a radio ...
  8. WDS Linked router network (21,578 bytes)
    8: '''Subnet''' – the octets of an IP address selected by the subnet mask (e.g. 255.255.255.0, thu...
    12: ...et, to connect with the host router. There can be several clients
    14: '''WDS AP''' – the host router "Wireless Mode" selection, only on Qualcomm Atheros routers
    16: ... Station''' – the client router "Wireless Mode" selection only on Qualcomm Atheros routers
    18: ...twork, only required on Qualcomm Atheros routers (see more under Multiple WLANs)
  9. Linksys EA6500 V1 (23,843 bytes)
    1: ...e>[[Category:Linksys]][[Category:Cisco Linksys EA Series]][[Category:Linksys_guides]]</noinclude><cent...
    17: .../linksys-ea6500/ r33006]'''</font><br><sup>''--[[User:EA6500v1|EA6500v1]] 00:35, 7 August 2017 (CEST)'...
    27: | style="text-align: center;" | Release date / price
    90: ...de for the V2. If you have a EA6500 V2, check the hardware specific page or the forum for support</font><p><...
    100: ...ecovery process listed throughout this page and elsewhere</font><p><br></p>
  10. Kismet Server/Drone (18,210 bytes)
    1: ...guide on Kismet see:'' [[wrt54g kismet with linux server]]
    8: ...an run as either the full server, or just a drone server on the WRT54G router. You are then free to ru...
    10: ...tumbler will definitely appreciate running Kismet Server or Kismet Drone on their WRT54G, since this r...
    12: =Server or Drone=
    14: ...s to be the most common installation for windows users<br>
  11. Chillispot (36,629 bytes)
    2: <!-- Note to ChilliSpot Service Providers: -->
    4: ...rtisements (links to your service) go in the Link Section at the bottom. -->
    7: It Seems that no firmware including ChilliSpot after DD...
    8: ... device support it you should try a firmware release between SVN 14896 and SVN 15506
    13: ... computers display a "landing page" on users' browsers.
  12. Wl command (25,189 bytes)
    3: ...ols such as [[Wiviz]] or [[Kismet Server/Drone]] use it to configure the radios, monitor packets and e...
    6: ==Setup==
    7: No setup is required as 'wl' comes with all Broadcom DD...
    9: ...is absent/less developed, and users will need to use the 'ifconfig' and 'wl_atheros' commands instead.
    11: See these threads: [http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic...
  13. Ipkg (tutorial) (10,613 bytes)
    1: Brainslayer is working hard to merge the code base of DD-WRT with the OpenWRT firmware. This means t...
    11: ... by default, ipkg on DD-WRT supports these pre-defined names:
    15: -o <offline_root> Use <offline_root> as the root for offline installati...
    20: -force-defaults Use default options for questions asked by ipkg.
    32: search <file> Search for a packaging providing <file>
  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]]
  15. Separate LAN and WLAN (outdated) (15,294 bytes)
    1: '''This guide is outdated, please see [[Separate LAN and WLAN]] instead.'''
    3: ... configurations broken by this setup can still be set from the [[Telnet/SSH and the Command Line|comma...
    5: ...ing to configure their routers this way might choose to install the [http://www.openwrt.org OpenWRT] f...
    7: ...n mind that Brainslayer is currently in the processes of merging DD-WRT with OpenWRT. While it was alr...
    9: = Hardware =
  16. IPv6 (tutorial) (36,073 bytes)
    3: ...rnet Protocol to be formally adopted for general use.
    5: ...ion people alive today, or about 57 billion addresses for each gram of matter in the Earth.<br><br>
    7: ...RT, which means your clients will be directly exposed to the Internet once you have enabled IPv6.
    14: ...rrent recommended build of the firmware (see your hardware forum for recommendations) using [[What_is_DD-WRT...
    15: * IPv6 enabled through the GUI section Administration/Management/Router Management/...
  17. Miscellaneous (1,487 bytes)
    2: ...for all the things that just don't fit anywhere else.
    9: ...es that describe specific hardware with only a loose
    34: * [[Hardware#NVRAM|NVRAM]]
    36: * [[Hardware#Overclocking|Router Overclocking]]
    38: * [[Hardware#Hardware_Modifications|Hardware modifications]]
  18. Firewall (8,046 bytes)
    1: The purpose of the '''firewall''' is to moderate traffic and/...
    6: ...rewall - can pass packet by packet or drop them based on:
    20: ... address shortage, the internet society began to use NAT, and therefore the firewall also need to be N...
    23: ...ice (firewall), it can not deduce which client to send it to. Here are examples of protocols that has ...
    24: *[[wikipedia:IPsec|IPsec]] (over [[wikipedia:List_of_IP_protocol_numbers|...
  19. Bootvorgang (68,911 bytes)
    3: ...ehen, um mir mal die originalen Einstellungen anzusehen.<br>
    24: Total memory used by CFE: 0x80300000 - 0x8043EB40 (1305408)
    29: Text (code) segment: 0x80300000 - 0x80338DB0 (232880)
    44: gateway not set, nameserver not set
    64: ...444k/16384k available (1333k kernel code, 1940k reserved, 108k data, 6
  20. ¿Qué es DD-WRT? (4,318 bytes)
    9: ...s que el firmware comercial de Sveasoft. También se ha eliminado el tiempo de activación y otras cos...
    13: ...ados, y soporte software para la modificación de hardware SD-Card.<br>
    19: * La imagen de firmware de DD-WRT que se puede conseguir en [http://www.dd-wrt.com The DD-WRT Project]
    20: * Seguir las instrucciones de la [[Instalación]] para...
    32: *[[Glossary#DHCP Server|Servidor DHCP]] ([http://udhcp.busybox.net/ udhcp] o...

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