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 +== Related Projects and Challenges ==
 +For those interested to use a WRT54G to access public networks, imagine a dynamic java based interface, to scan for networks, with real time signal strength and antenna adjustment, and a point and click configuration to link up to a selected network.
 +There is already an excellent project that does some of these things:
 +http://students.washington.edu/natetrue/wiviz/
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 +It still needs the click to connect feature. However till the moment the author says:
 + "Wi-Viz is only supported under OpenWRT. Any functionality with other
 +firmwares is entirely coincidental."
 +
 +Look at the code its quite basic, any volunteers for this porting challenge ?
 +
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The DD-WRT Documentation Website is also available in: German


This MediaWiki will be used to build up a tutorial for DD-WRT.

News

30 March 2005: The DD-WRT Documentation Project started. --Master


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Related Projects and Challenges

For those interested to use a WRT54G to access public networks, imagine a dynamic java based interface, to scan for networks, with real time signal strength and antenna adjustment, and a point and click configuration to link up to a selected network. There is already an excellent project that does some of these things: http://students.washington.edu/natetrue/wiviz/

It still needs the click to connect feature. However till the moment the author says:

"Wi-Viz is only supported under OpenWRT. Any functionality with other 

firmwares is entirely coincidental."

Look at the code its quite basic, any volunteers for this porting challenge ?