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  1. Tutorials (9,700 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Tutorials}}
    18: ==Basic Tutorials ==
    20: ...index.php/Category:Basic_tutorials Category:Basic tutorials]
    35: * [[Easy torrenting with dd-wrt]]
    42: * [[Itunes remote]]
  2. Fr:tutorials (1,711 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Tutorials}}
    17: [[Quality of Service]] (QoS)<br />
    24: ...[WAN Port|Utiliser le port WAN comme un port de switch normal]]<br />
    36: [[wrt54g kismet with linux server]] -- en utilisant un PC linux po...
    46: [[Category:Tutorials/fr| ]]

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  1. Tutorials (9,700 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Tutorials}}
    18: ==Basic Tutorials ==
    20: ...index.php/Category:Basic_tutorials Category:Basic tutorials]
    35: * [[Easy torrenting with dd-wrt]]
    42: * [[Itunes remote]]
  2. Hauptseite (3,948 bytes)
    5: '''Die DD-WRT-Dokumentationd-Website existiert auch auf''':
    6: ..., [[Portugues|Portugiesisch]], [[DD-WRT Docu (IT)|Italienisch]], [[Swedish|Schwedisch]]
    11: Dieses MediaWiki wird zur Erstellung eines Tutorials für '''DD-WRT''' verwendet.
    40: === Tutorials ===
    50: [[OpenVPN-Site-to-Site-Bridged]] (Mehrere DD-WRT Router zu einem Briged...
  3. 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...
  4. Client Mode (5,465 bytes)
    1: ...iki Path''''': [[Main_Page|DD-WRT Wiki Main]] / [[Tutorials]] / [[Linking Routers]] / '''Client Mode'''
    4: ...ient) router is unbridged in a different subnet (with NAT), while a [[Client_Bridged|Client Bridge]] i...
    7: ...ports, or a separate WAP for multi-radio routers. It is not seen as a WAP, nor accepts wireless connec...
    9: ...etween them. Thus, when port forwarding is needed it must be configured at both routers - not just on ...
    11: A Client Mode router uses its own DHCP server for IP Address, Gateway, and DNS...
  5. WDS Linked router network (21,578 bytes)
    1: ...iki Path''''': [[Main_Page|DD-WRT Wiki Main]] / [[Tutorials]] / [[Linking Routers]] / '''WDS Linked router ne...
    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....
  6. Chillispot (36,629 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...
    16: ...rtising or other neighbourhood or commercial activities.
    18: * Limit the bandwidth, up and down, hotspot-connected lap...
    19: * Limit the number of times within a given period hotspot users can log in.
  7. Port Forwarding (14,856 bytes)
    7: ...ng off the apartment number when mailing someone. It needs to ask dd-wrt.com's IP address on port 80--...
    9: ...r webpage requests on port 80, that's just known. It's a standard. In fact, all of the ports from 1-10...
    11: ...ach your own system. On most computers this is limited to 127.0.0.1, but that needn't be so.
    13: ...ally, NAT were setup to solve the problem of a limited number of IP addresses. The new IP Protocol spe...
    17: ...st as though it were going to send it directly to it's destination. To the privately addressed device,...
  8. Telnet/SSH and the command line (18,155 bytes)
    6: ...net" (On Windows vista/7 you will need to install it from "programs and features").
    15: ...nd associated program intended to replace telnet. It can also be used for creating secure tunnels, som...
    17: ...nd are used to decrypt the information encrypted with the associated public key.
    20: ...user/password to login using SSH use user "root" with the password you set in the webinterface
    26: You can also manually edit /tmp/root/.ssh/authorized_keys and add keys (alth...
  9. 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.
  10. Quality of Service (14,843 bytes)
    2: {{Languages|Quality of Service}}
    8: ...or the VOIP, provided VOIP was given greater priority.
    10: ...abled, even if it shows up as enabled in the GUI, it is disabled.
    12: ...rities_explained|Priorities explained]] and [[Quality_of_Service#Precedence|Precedence]] before going ...
    14: ==Priorities explained==
  11. Samba filesystem (12,599 bytes)
    2: ...r and run a client on your router (thus gaining writable storage for the router) or you can use Samba ...
    9: .... Simply right click and select "Sharing and Security" to set up sharing.
    40: * Only /tmp/, /dev/ and potentially /jffs/ are writeable!
    56: === Allowing General Write Access for Windows Users ===
    60: ...n-linux-help/79749-mount-fat32-shared-partition-write-permission.html
  12. Journalling Flash File System (14,653 bytes)
    4: ...e System]]''' (JFFS/JFFS2) is a re-writable area within a DD-WRT-enabled device.
    13: ** JFFS reports as it's own free space, the free space on Share or SD C...
    19: * Web-site hosting
    26: ==Prerequisites==
    28: ...JFFS thus leaving the most space for the JFFS partition, and your build must leave at least 324KB of f...
  13. Static DHCP (7,109 bytes)
    4: ...device's NIC and assigns the static IP address to it. (Note also that, currently, each reserved IP add...
    6: ...his IP. Static DHCP should be used in conjuction with [[Port_Forwarding|Port Forwarding]]. If you forw...
    17: ...ease. Clicking the Add button refreshes the page without saving what you entered. If you try to add mu...
    19: ...e the host automatically get the new information without having to manually release/renew the lease on...
    32: '''Note: It is recommended but not necessary to set your stat...
  14. Firewall Builder (7,019 bytes)
    6: Prequisites: You need sshd enabled on your DD-WRT software.
    9: ...firewall. Now you are prompted for the name (Give it some like DD-WRT for example). The firewall-softw...
    10: #Now you are presented with the different templates. Choose "linksys firewal...
    11: ...r the platform field) to "1.2.9 or later" and commit your changes.
    12: ...ges for you automatically. Confirm this dialogue with yes.
  15. Wireless Bridge (43,131 bytes)
    6: ... an older page on how to set up a client bridge. It is being kept as there might be info that some fi...
    12: ...eating two separate subnets. Since the computers within the different subnets cannot see each other di...
    17: ... for a better documented but lengthier procedure with some unnecessary steps.)
    19: ...ireless > Basic Settings). The following assumes it has the default IP address 192.168.1.1. Let's ca...
    22: ... Annoying! -- This doesn't seem to be a problem with the currently [http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/view...
  16. Wiki discussion (5,344 bytes)
    7: ...t of various router manufacturers and the various tutorials for all their models from the current main page. ...
    11: I find a lot of articles written in a lot of languages on the same page.. maybe...
    13: * Most of it has been cleaned up by making new language catego...
    17: ... page layout is very similar to what we ended up with at wiki.mythtv.org, but I do have one suggestion...
    21: ...xibility and features than the firmware supplied with most routers, and is [[Glossary:free software|fr...
  17. Miau IRC Bouncer (4,026 bytes)
    4: == Prerequesites ==
    13: ...u'll need to download it to the router to install it. At an ssh prompt, change directory to /jffs and ...
    17: It will say "Connecting to downloads.sourceforge.net...
    19: If it put an extension on the file you downloaded, then...
    27: ...he 4 to a 6 in the above link to get the version with that feature compiled in
  18. Transparent web proxy (7,592 bytes)
    7: ... have to set up Squid to do transparent proxying with these settings:
    13: httpd_accel_with_proxy on
    18: With Squid installed on your Unix/Linux box, set the ...
    22: substituting the IP address you're listening on, and the ...
    26: ...0.PRE5-5) package from Debian Etch isn't working with this kind of transparent proxy. Try using Squid3...
  19. USB storage (53,577 bytes)
    4: ...evices are also available as one self-contained unit: a small "tag" which can store up to several giga...
    6: ...d the applications continue to run normally, but with a speed penalty.
    7: ... a comparable price) plus offer all of the capabilites of a standard router and a wireless access poin...
    11: == Compatible units ==
    15: ...ill work fine. If using JFFS2 do '''NOT''' flash with BrainSlayer-V24-preSP2 builds!!
  20. Wake-on-LAN (tutorial) (9,913 bytes)
    4: ...ngs. Most modern computers have the WOL feature - it might be listed under PME (Power Management Event...
    6: Reasons to use WOL with DD-WRT:
    7: ...t a computer on all the time, yet you want to use it from outside your home or office, and there is a ...
    8: ... is a media server that auto-sleeps, but you want it to wake automatically for file access.
    15: # Ideally, a second PC to test the WOL abilities of the first one. You can also use the DD-WRT ...

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