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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: ...th what you are actually looking for. This can simply be a word or a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reg...
    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: ...is 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: [http://downloads.openwrt.org/people/inh/reference/mmc.gif]
  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: ...ng 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 [http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?TabID=1&ModuleNo=43990&doy=12...
    21: * 1x USB type B plug [http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?TabID=1&DOY=12m3&ModuleNo=226...
  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. LaFonera Hardware (49 bytes)
    1: #REDIRECT [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]'''
  16. 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]]
  17. 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...
  18. 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]]
  19. 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
  20. 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 '''...
  21. 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...
  22. LaFonera Hardware Logo-Removal (de) (2,955 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(de)]]
    3: ...Fonera_(de)|LaFonera]] / [[LaFonera_Hardware_(de)|Hardware]] / Logo-Entfernung'''
    5: ...a_Hardware_Logo-Removal_(de)|deutsch]] [[LaFonera_Hardware_Logo-Removal_(fr)|français]]
    11: ...ffektivste Weg um das Logo zu entfernen, ohne die Plastikoberfläche Deiner LaFonera zu beschädigen o...
    24: ...en der Politur mit einem feuchten Tuch, damit das Plastik nicht angegriffen wird
  23. LaFonera Hardware Logo-Removal (fr) (2,529 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(fr)]]
    3: ...Fonera_(fr)|LaFonera]] / [[LaFonera_Hardware_(fr)|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 '''...
  24. LaFonera Hardware (de) (46 bytes)
    1: #REDIRECT [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(de)]]
  25. LaFonera Hardware (fr) (49 bytes)
    1: #REDIRECT [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(fr)]]'''
  26. LaFonera Hardware 32MB SDRAM MOD (5,063 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / 32MB SDRAM MOD'''
    19: ==Removing and replacing ram chips on the Fonera==
    23: ... keep the chip on when a little bit of force is applied to the chip. The legs will 'pop' from the pads...
    25: Get a sample ChipQuik SMD removal kit. It includes flux and s...
  27. LaFonera Hardware Replace LEDs (de) (6,319 bytes)
    1: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(de)]]
    2: ...onera]] / [[LaFonera_Hardware_(de)|Hardware]] / Replace LEDs'''
    4: ...Replace_LEDs_(de)|deutsch]] [[LaFonera_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_(fr)|français]]
    12: I think it is very simple to do this modification - if you have some solde...
    28: [[image:LaFonera_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_-_08_preparation.jpg]]
  28. LaFonera Hardware Replace LEDs (fr) (5,848 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(fr)]]
    3: ...onera]] / [[LaFonera_Hardware_(fr)|Hardware]] / Replace LEDs'''
    5: ...Replace_LEDs_(de)|deutsch]] [[LaFonera_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_(fr)|français]]
    7: = Remplacer les LEDs vertes =
    8: '''Aujourd'hui nous allons voir comment remplacer les LEDs vertes de LaFonera par des bleues.''...
  29. LaFonera Hardware Power from USB (8,045 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Power from USB'''
    6: ...hat limited by its power supply which needs to be plugged into a wall power socket. Wouldn’t it be n...
    8: As we know from looking at the hardware specifications for the LaFonera, it takes DC powe...
    10: This mod is quite simple; it requires no modification to the LaFonera, ju...
  30. LaFonera Hardware New Paint Job (1,237 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / New Paint Job'''
    8: This is '''SIMPLE''' mod. It shouldn't take you more then 2 Hours ...
  31. LaFonera Hardware IO (en) (4,576 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / IO'''
    9: ...the time to make a schmatic of the LaFonera yet? Please fill in the
    13: ...: http://wiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtDocs/Customizing/Hardware/JTAG_Cable and here: http://tech.am/2006/10/06/au...
    15: ... Reset TAP in Atheros AR2315 (from: Multiple sources)
  32. LaFonera Hardware Modding (636 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Modding'''
    7: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Modding_-_01_front.jpg]]
    9: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Modding_-_02_side.jpg]]
    11: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Modding_-_03_ahead.jpg]]
  33. Hardware-Specific/zh cn (32 bytes)
  34. Hardware-specific/zh cn (32 bytes)
  35. LaFonera hardware New Paint Job (45 bytes)
    1: #REDIRECT [[LaFonera Hardware New Paint Job]]
  36. LaFonera Hardware (en) (49 bytes)
    1: #REDIRECT [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]'''
  37. LaFonera Hardware IO (39 bytes)
    1: #REDIRECT [[LaFonera Hardware IO (en)]]
  38. LaFonera Hardware Controlling AC-Loads via webinterface (4,497 bytes)
    1: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    2: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Controlling AC-loads via web-interface'''
    31: : [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Controlling_AC-Loads_via_webinterface_-_04_overvi...
    40: : [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Controlling_AC-Loads_via_webinterface_-_05_web-in...
    46: : [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Controlling_AC-Loads_via_webinterface_-_06_web-in...
  39. LaFonera Hardware SD-Card/Reader Position (6,152 bytes)
    1: ...ry:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / [[LaFonera Hardware SD-Card|SD-Card]] / Reader Position'''
    5: [[Image:Fonera_card_reader_complete-top.jpg|thumb|center|658px|Fonera with a blue ...
    10: ...ad both) card reader to take apart, or [[LaFonera_Hardware_SD-Card#Cheap_SD_Card_.22reader.22_.28floppy_cabl...
    13: ...ng Glue (epoxy resin or similar) OR Self adhesive plastic for a temporary solution.
    16: ...fe/Utility knife with a blade sutable for cutting plastic.
  40. LaFonera Hardware LCD Screen (3,119 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / LCD Screen'''
    9: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_LCD_Screen_-_01_fonera_LCD.jpg]]
    12: ...e because of playing with IR receiver. So why not playing with serial 128*128 LCD ?
    14: ...nd animations. The uLCD model can only display simple stuff (line, cercle, text) and pixel after pixel...
  41. LaFonera Hardware IR Receiver (4,545 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / IR Receiver'''
    8: ...er, a diode, a resistor and a78L05 regulator as explained here. But this wont work with USB/serial ada...
    10: ... used with USB/serial and embedded system with simple serial port like… La Fonera.
    13: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_IR_Receiver_-_01_pcb.jpg]]
  42. LaFonera Hardware LaFoneraPlus (12,883 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...egory:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / LaFoneraPlus'''
    6: = LaFonera Plus =
    7: There is a new Fon router : La fonera+ (plus). This router is quite similar than the classic...
    10: [[image:LaFonera_Hardware_LaFoneraPlus_-_01_case.jpg]]
  43. Hardware-specific (5,677 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware-specific}}
    2: ... follow the guidelines for your specific router. Please see [[Installation]] for more information. R...
    4: Please also see in [[:Category:Networking hardware tutorials]]
    6: ...outer is not in the list below''', [[Installation#Hardware-specific|be sure to check the other page]].
    8: =Hardware Brand=
  44. OpenVPN Router to Router Bridged Configuration Alternative (Hardware VPN) (5,716 bytes)
    1: ...uter to Router Bridged Configuration Alternative (Hardware VPN) ===
    2: ...are "like" vpn access for multiple computers or appliances)
    6: ...nt side to more than one client, device, and or appliance that does NOT have built in VPN capabilities...
    8: '''Examples Include:'''
    24: # Port 8080 will be used in this example, change this if you like.
  45. Hardware DIY/ru (33 bytes)
  46. Hardware DIY/zh cn (541 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware_DIY}}
    11: * [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_%28en%29|La Fonera的硬件摩丁部落]]
  47. Hardware/ru (2,765 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware}}
    51: [[Category:Hardware/ru| ]]
  48. Hardware-specific/fr (567 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware-specific}}
    4: ...omplète''' en anglais cliquez sur ce lien : '''[[Hardware-specific]]'''

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    93: ...nfigure explicit tunneling. This should be the simplest method to add IPv6 to your entire network.
  17. 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]]
  18. 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...
  19. Bootvorgang (68,911 bytes)
    86: HDLC line discipline: version $Revision: 1.1.1.4 $, maxframe=4096
    87: N_HDLC line discipline registered.
    103: Linux IP multicast router 0.06 plus PIM-SM
    203: ASSOCIATE COUNT SETTING COMPLETED!!!
    265: arp Display or modify the ARP Table
  20. ¿Qué es DD-WRT? (4,318 bytes)
    3: ...firmware libre bajo los términos de la licencia GPL para la mayoría de los router 802.11g basados en...
    9: La nueva versión de DD-WRT (v23) ''es completamente un nuevo proyecto''. DD-WRT ofrece numero...
    13: ...ados, y soporte software para la modificación de hardware SD-Card.<br>
    30: ...ossary#Client Mode|Modo Cliente]] (soporta muúltiples conexiones de clientes)
    39: ...Card|MMC/SD Card Support]] (requiere modificar el hardware)
  21. Kismet on Linux (4,875 bytes)
    25: The /tmp directory is the only place on the wrt which is writable as it is stored o...
    48: ...ld be different if running another version of the hardware - this works with v2.2 of the wrt54g).
    63: If this works, it will display some messages ending with 'Allowing connections...
    91: logtemplate=%n-%d-%i.%l
    93: logtemplate=%h/%n-%d-%i.%l
  22. Wrt54g kismet with linux server (9,309 bytes)
    6: ...d itself. The client is the user interface to display the results on your screen. The server is the ...
    12: ...s reported to the user via the client will not display the correct signal strength.
    42: The /tmp directory is the only place on the wrt's file system which is writable as ...
    56: ...drone and kismet_drone.conf files the the correct place, delete the unwanted files and then make the d...
    94: ... machine at a time to connect to the drone and display the results.)
  23. Linksys WRT610N (11,615 bytes)
    2: ... was a top-of-the-line consumer Linksys device (replaced by the [[Linksys E3000|E3000]]) with the foll...
    10: ...or Broadcom devices. It's responsible for initial hardware configuration and subsequent booting of the (Linu...
    26: ... time on your WRT610N, you need to use a trailed (hardware-specific) build:
    29: ...s://download1.dd-wrt.com/dd-wrtv2/downloads/'' in place of ''ftp://ftp.dd-wrt.com/''
    36: For example, these are 2.4 kernel builds, only for v1 router...
  24. Feature requests (17,201 bytes)
    19: ...Content filtering features. (And make it plug and play. Too many linux distributions require the user ...
    25: ...mes" in order to save space, and allow people to upload news ones to the jffs parition as needed.
    29: ...easily added further downstream, whereas the best place to put VoIP and VPN functions is at the "upper...
    31: ...verse proxy (or similar capability) to allow multiple servers behind the router to share a single IP. ...
    37: * Allow the router to replace AirPcap: Wireless Packet Capture for Wireshark...
  25. Wiederbeleben (2,917 bytes)
    15: ...R am Port 1 per TFTP geflasht werden. Bei einigen Hardware-Revisionen ist der Port 1 am Switch der 4. Slot.
    81: [[Category:Flashing networking hardware/de]]
  26. Wiki discussion (5,344 bytes)
    4: ...slation and optimisation of Russian part of Wiki, please, link to that new version [[DD-WRT_(RU)]] fro...
    7: ...ir models from the current main page. The various hardware specific guides can be found via the Miscellaneou...
    21: ...d is [[Glossary:free software|free]] under the [[GPL]].
    27: ...s a long one. Is that OK? Do we need a brief explanation and a more detailed one?
    33: ...to tell if it's bricked, all the common little complaints etc. But this is almost too large for an FA...
  27. Espanol (5,507 bytes)
    1: {{Template:Bienvenido}}
    18: ...uración]]''' <br/>Las tareas de configuración explicadas
    106: ...ar!#Suministrando Hardware o Dinero|Suministrando Hardware o Dinero]]
  28. USB storage (53,577 bytes)
    3: == Applications ==
    5: ... drives (notebook or desktop) can be converted simply by installing them in an inexpensive USB enclosu...
    6: ...s is full, a portion is swapped to disc and the applications continue to run normally, but with a spee...
    7: ... the NSLU2's capabilities (at a comparable price) plus offer all of the capabilites of a standard rout...
    18: * [[Belkin Play Max F7D4301v1]] - specs. [http://www.belkin.com...
  29. Wake-on-LAN (tutorial) (9,913 bytes)
    4: ...his (especially the latter) is dependent upon the hardware and BIOS/UEFI settings. Most modern computers hav...
    14: ...atic_DHCP#Configuration|static DHCP]]. In the example below, we assume your router LAN is 192.168.1.x ...
    15: ...T device's Web Interface to send test packets, in place of a second PC.
    38: * A good place to start is here: [http://www.smallnetbuilder....
    47: ...the full path to "/usr/sbin/wol" is important. Simply "wol" will not work.
  30. DD-WRT Docu (FR) (22,239 bytes)
    3: {{Template:Bienvenue}}
    8: ... une documentation technique et d'installation complète pour le firmware [http://www.dd-wrt.com/ DD-W...
    13: ...c], lequel a été construit sur la distribution GPL originale de Linksys et sur d'autres projets open...
    14: ==Liste complète des fonctionnalités==
    23: ...de client (Support de connexion pour clients multiples)
  31. Buffalo WBR-G54 WLA-G54 WLA-G54C WBR2-G54 WBR2-G54S (8,489 bytes)
    17: ...e added Buffalo header. After successful transfer please wait 2-3 min., or until router reboots.
    56: WLA-G54C hardware versions:
    67: ... Reset-button, let it enter troubleshoot mode (couple minutes), then power off second time, and power ...
    75: ...ys, ch.6, no encryption). Once you are connected, please telnet to the router and erase nvram (usernam...
    77: '''Please note:''' Clearing nvram will also change the ...
  32. DD-WRT Docu (IT) (14,289 bytes)
    5: ...bile che siano presenti imprecisioni o parti incomplete. Se vuoi puoi provvedere tu stesso alla modifi...
    16: ...orto software per l'utilizzo di SD-Card (modifica hardware).
    27: *Client Mode (supporta client multipli)
    57: *il supporto al WRT54G v.5 è stato implementato come da [http://www.bitsum.com/openwiking...
    143: ...er alcuni esempi di scripting guarda [[Script Examples]]
  33. VLAN Detached Networks each with Wireless and Internet (4,809 bytes)
    11: ...ess which will be your private one wl0. You can apply WPA to this in the usual way. Then set up your f...
    13: ... 1 on the screen as this corresponds to port 4 in hardware.
    14: * Early hardware: http://www.tonns.org/openwrt/WRTSL54GS_layout_re...
    15: * GL hardware: http://garycourt.com/wp-content/images/WRT54_sw2...
    58: ...ve not implemented bandwidth shaping nor Hotspot splash page, but it's a start.
  34. Återställ från en dålig flash (907 bytes)
    10: [[Category:Flashing networking hardware/se]]
  35. Debugging PPPOE Problems (2,511 bytes)
    29: === Uplink ===
    59: line should display a session number and the hardware address
    62: If your uplink does not work properly or your DSL modem
  36. Useful Scripts (53,564 bytes)
    8: ...hould be considered a hack until the feature is implemented permanently.
    24: ...if you're receiving segmentation faults or your applications are failing to run, and even then only if...
    26: ...e above mentioned way of altering things is to simply copy /etc/profile to /jffs/etc, change PATH and ...
    49: Credit to hardwarewizard and frater
    105: # example command lines
  37. Recover from a bad flash/it (583 bytes)
    12: [[Category:Flashing networking hardware/it]]
  38. Switched Ports (21,682 bytes)
    2: This page explains how to finish proper configuration of VLAN's ...
    14: ...sical or virtual wireless interfaces using [[Multiple WLANs]].
    43: ==Explaining the connection between Hardware, VLANs, and NVRAM Variables==
    47: ===Visible Hardware, Internal Ports, and VLANs===
    48: ...ration_of_port_and_vLAN_mappings]] but lots of people get confused... so we'll make another attempt he...
  39. Afterburner (1,560 bytes)
    3: ... available on all DD-WRT enabled G routers. It is hardware independent. Afterburner will only improve speeds...
    16: * G Plus
    28: ...www.wi-fiplanet.com/news/article.php/3330731 wi-fiplanet.com
    31: [[Category:Applications]]
  40. USRobotics USR5461 (11,735 bytes)
    5: The major hardware features of USR5461 router are listed in this tab...
    7: ... not recognized by DD-WRT firmware. Therefore, in place of the so-called "30/30/30 Reset" which requir...
    12: ...ilds (file size about 1700 KB) or DD-WRT '''micro-plus''' builds (file size less than 1870 KB) for ins...
    18: Note: In the example bellow we will use Brain Slayer's 13525 build: <...
    27: Please, read and understand all instructions in this...
  41. LaFonera Hardware serial to ethernet (1,034 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / serial to ethernet'''
  42. Motorola WR850G (8,284 bytes)
    3: The Motorola WR850G is based on very similar hardware to the Linksys WRT54G except that it stores the M...
    5: The following instructions will only work with hardware versions v2 and v3 or the WR850G and the WR850GP....
    7: ...n though DD-WRT v23 SP1 and later knows about the hardware it is being installed on, you risk bricking the r...
    9: ... follow the guidelines for your specific router. Please see [[Installation]] for more information. R...
    23: ...e from *ATTENTION - These links are out of date. Please go to the main index, choose downloads, and s...
  43. Client Bridged (5,400 bytes)
    12: ...adio(s) would normally be set as ''AP''. For example, the 2.4GHz radio can a CB while the 5GHz is an ...
    14: ...d-wrt SP1 won't work. If CB will not work on your hardware, try [[Client Mode]] instead.
    16: Also note that on newer hardware and dd-wrt versions, e.g. MIMO radios, Client Bri...
    27: # Click SAVE, and then APPLY.
    33: # Click SAVE, and then APPLY.
  44. DD-WRT on WR850G v1 (deutsch) (17,039 bytes)
    16: ...r Funktion her ähnlich wie das BIOS in einem PC: Hardwareinitialisierung, interaktive Einstellungen, Betrie...
    59: Es gibt keinen GPL-Quell-Code für die Version 4.03. Überprüfe 5.1...
    116: ==Hardware==
    214: ...feld und <b>nicht Enter drücken</b> - click <b>APPLY</b> stattdessen!<br>
    226: Nun kommen wir zum kompliziertem Teil: benutzen Sie die <b>WAN-Nummer für...
  45. WR850G v1 (26,232 bytes)
    5: ... to fill them in - but make sure they apply to <b>hardware version 1</b> of the WR850G.</i>
    12: ...ortunately, there are a few pitfalls if you own a hardware version 1 (the one with the AC/DC converter in th...
    15: ...n't understand what the commands below are doing, please check with a good Linux/Unix textbook first,
    18: ... windows, or make your boss angry etc. You are completely on your own!
    24: I don't understand yet, hopefully the GPL source of fw 5.13 will give me some clues: all by...
  46. Airodump and using/overriding libraries (6,898 bytes)
    1: ...rienced odd errors. In this example, we will be exploring Airodump, a part of the AirCrack package, wh...
    16: wget http://downloads.openwrt.org/people/nbd/ar7/packages/aircrack_2.41-1_mipsel.ipk
    23: ==Will Aireplay work?==
    24: ...ost it! If anyone has any info or wishes to help, please let me know!
    27: ...n error, then you're good to go! However, many people will get an error such as this:
  47. Spanning Tree Protocol (29,342 bytes)
    7: ...bled repeaters, or in an ad hoc network with multiple ad hoc connections.
    67: ...mittant and bugged me greatly, in that I could simply turn off Link3 and have no issues at all for mon...
    86: brctl comes with the following options I will explain in a moment
    194: ...lue containing the last active flag value (my example indicates a topology change has been detected)
    211: ...ercial hardware. Priority is one of the "needs to play nice" ones where the default 100 will make the ...
  48. Point-to-Point PPTP Tunneling usando dos DD-WRT (3,530 bytes)
    3: ...siguiente configuracion fue hecha con dos wrt54g (hardware version 2.2) y el firmware "DD-WRT v23 SP1 (04/13...
    159: *En el ejemplo el rango de ip que se dio para clientes vpn ("Cl...
  49. Factory Defaults (25,206 bytes)
    8: ''Merge needed with [[Hardware#NVRAM]].
    14: For example, let's say that Firmware A sets the imaginary va...
    27: ...s for it to not actually clear the NVRAM. Many people think of it and phrase it that way. What it is s...
    29: .... On some less-supported hardware this may have unpleasant results.
    32: ...y other avenue of unbricking should be tried multiple times before resorting to this.
  50. Installation (18,979 bytes)
    2: ... DD-WRT on a router in most cases is almost as simple as installing a program onto your computer. Howe...
    7: Please check the router database first: http://www.d...
    11: For a list of devices working with DD-WRT, please see wiki page '''[[Supported Devices]]'''.
    13: ...r a list of devices '''not''' working with DD-WRT please see wiki page '''[[Known incompatible devices...
    15: ...Brick_%28electronics%29 Bricking] your router''', please finish reading this entire page first. You w...
  51. Netgear R9000 (964 bytes)
    5: ==Hardware Specifications==
    10: Please note, Wireless-AD (60GHz) support is untested...
    20: You will see a notice about the file you uploaded being older than the firmware currently on t...
  52. Linksys WRT54G v2.2 (1,689 bytes)
    3: ==Hardware Specifications==
    16: #Click ''Upgrade'' then when complete, wait FIVE FULL minutes
    26: #Click ''Upgrade'' then when complete, wait FIVE FULL minutes
  53. USRobotics USR8200 (6,455 bytes)
    23: ...uses the telnet interface into the router to accomplish it's task. <br>
    52: ....). Use the MAC address at the bottom of the unit plus 3. The one printed on the bottom is for the WAN...
    58: *Plug your LAN cable into the WAN port.
    110: =Hardware=
    149: http://oldwiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtDocs%282f%29Hardware%282f%29USRobotics%282f%29USR8200.html#head-e0357e...
  54. Linksys WRT54G-TM (9,840 bytes)
    8: ...WRT54G-TM and WRT54G-RG are identical in terms of hardware '''but not the firmware''' so the CORRECT FILES M...
    20: ...ller to speed up the process, otherwise once you upload the '''CFE_Updater-WRT54G-TM.bin''' you will n...
    36: ...able to tell when the router is ready for a TFTP upload.
    40: ...go to the Administration Tab - Firmware Upgrade. Upload the '''CFE_Updater-WRT54G-TM.bin''' to the rou...
    42: ... the Upgrade button to allow the CFE_Updater to replace the stock CFE on the router and for it to eras...
  55. Verizon FiOS - Using Your Own Router (6,751 bytes)
    1: ...torial should be able to help those who want to replace their Verizon-provided Actiontec router with o...
    9: ...Coax WAN and Ethernet WAN. This is pretty self-explanatory: coax means the TV type cable, ethernet me...
    17: ...f (in case someone gets tangled in it). '''Do not plug in the cable yet.'''
    20: ...n't have another means of accessing the Internet, please save yourself some trouble and save the page....
    26: #Power off the Actiontec, and plug the Ethernet cable into the Data port of the ON...
  56. 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...
  57. What is DD-WRT? (53,196 bytes)
    4: ...mware|firmware]] released under the terms of the GPL for many IEEE 802.11a/b/g/h/n wireless routers ba...
    6: ... original [[wikipedia:GNU_General_Public_License|GPL]]'d Linksys firmware and a number of other open s...
    10: ... newer DD-WRT versions (v2.4 and v3.0) are ''a completely new project''. DD-WRT offers many advanced f...
    14: ... allocation, and software support for the SD-Card hardware modification.<br>
    16: ...and for in dd-wrt? Sash: its the German car numberplate code for Dresden.
  58. WHR-HP-G54 (24,416 bytes)
    6: ... actually own or operate a WHR-HP-G54, and can completely test settings. Add any background informatio...
    8: * Please include - antenna type, environment (indoor, ...
    15: ... a file via web gui with a size of 3817472 Bytes. Please update this with the Maximum file size you ca...
    21: ... away than the [[WHR-G54S]] due to the on-board amplifier and BCMxxxxE/EL-series Broadcom 'BroadRange ...
    36: hardware watchpoint : no
  59. Hashes & Checksums (15,359 bytes)
    2: A hash (or checksum) is a simple type of redundancy check that is used to detect ...
    23: ...d installing a handy freeware app named [http://implbits.com/Products/HashTab.aspx HashTab].
    25: Once HashTab is installed, simply right-click on the downloaded firmware file, go ...
    30: ...Terminal. (It's in the Utilities folder inside Applications.) Type:
    237: ...e will be flashed and a checksum error will be displayed at the end, but the router will not reboot in...
  60. ¿Qué es "DD-WRT"? (11,698 bytes)
    7: ... su código fuente esta disponible bajo licencia GPL.
    10: ...c], que a su vez se basa en el firmware original GPL de Linksys y en otros proyectos. '''DD-WRT''' se ...
    24: *<b>Modo Cliente</b> (soporta m&uacute;ltiples clientes conectados)
    121: | [[NoCatSplash|NoCat]]
    251: ...er - que tiene que pagar los costes del servidor, Hardware y otras cosas.
  61. 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: ...is to prime the surface. (no need to sand because plastic adheres better than metals);
  62. Vxworkskiller de (757 bytes)
    1: ...ven Firmware zu flashen ohne auf JTAG oder andere hardware modifikationen zurückzugreifen
  63. Instalación en el enrutador Motorola WR850G (7,207 bytes)
    1: El router Motorola WR850G esta basado en hardware muy similar al Linksys WRT54G, excepto que almace...
    4: ...ción sobre la version al reverso, esta basado en hardware levemente distinto, y (al menos con DD-WRT v23fin...
    6: ...omenzando con algunas versiones v23SP1, conoce el hardware (como detectarlo, que valores de fábrica estable...
    10: ...oceso de varios pasos para obtener la versión completa o un solo paso para el firmware "mini". '''Rec...
    12: ...e muchas de las funcionalidades de la versión completa y puede ser suficiente para la mayoria de los ...
  64. Instalación en el enrutador WRT54G(S) versión 5 (8,885 bytes)
    5: ...o con mi <code>v5</code>. Lo que aquí resumo, simplificando un poco.
    42: ...a instalar WRT54G G/GS v5-v6 sin modificación de hardware. (en inglés)
    49: ...a.org/wiki/JTAG Cable JTAG]. Este [http://forums.hardwarezone.com/showthread.php?p=18118180#post18118180 li...
    58: ...un Cable JTAG]) -- ([http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/hardware/port.jtag.cables Como hacer un Cable JTAG]).''
    69: ...ebricker tool auto detectara el chip de flash. Explicitar los parametros del chip como '/fc:01' rara ...
  65. Netgear WNDR4500 (3,670 bytes)
    2: = Hardware Specs =
  66. 什么是 "DD-WRT"? (53,158 bytes)
    3: ...第三方[[wikipedia:Firmware|固件]],采用 GPL 协议,支持基于 Broadcom 或 Atheros 芯片...
    5: ...是基于 [[wikipedia:GNU_General_Public_License|GPL]] 的 Linksys固件及许多其它开源程序。...
    37: ! [[:Category:Applications|Serv-<br>ices]]
    125: ...Glossary#Client Mode|Client Mode]] (supports multiple connected clients)
    233: ..." | [[Glossary#MMC/SD Card|MMC/SD Card Support]] (hardware modification required)
  67. Optware (46,421 bytes)
    7: Please note:
    20: ... all required files under /opt with 1000 ported applications. With buildroot toolchain, system library...
    21: ...packages, but still far smaller than glibc based aplications.
    29: ...package or optware-devel meta package provides complete development toolchain for compiling programs o...
    31: ...mended to unmount /jffs and then mount eg. mmc in place of /jffs.
  68. Quick list of Optware packages (104,401 bytes)
    11: * alac-decoder - 0.1.0-2 - A decoder for the apple lossless file format
    17: ...rver and client library for writing proxy-based applications.
    22: ... server technology for embedding in devices and applications. Supports embedded javascript, CGI, Virtu
    32: * asterisk-sounds - 1.2.1-1 - Supplementary asterisk-sounds.
    43: ...14-moh-freeplay-alaw - 0.0.0-1 - asterisk-moh-freeplay-alaw
  69. Development (21,330 bytes)
    17: ...distribution costs and better represent the multi-platform capabilities of this kit, the binary tools ...
    19: # A compatible platform. The following are specifically supported (...
    30: ..., installing the Mac OS X Developer Tools will supply the needed GNU C and C++ compilers and make util...
    68: I've written two scripts that simplify the process considerably. Basically, it's a on...
    76: Simply run extract_firmware.sh with the following param...
  70. 刷新您的Buffalo WBR-G54,WLA-G54,WBR2-G54,WBR2-G54S... (5,336 bytes)
    28: ...e added Buffalo header. After successful transfer please wait 2-3 min., or until router reboots.
    69: ... Reset-button, let it enter troubleshoot mode (couple minutes), then power off second time, and power ...
    76: ...ys, ch.6, no encryption). Once you are connected, please telnet to the router and erase nvram (usernam...
    78: '''Please note:''' Clearing nvram will also change the ...
    91: Once the router runs DD-WRT, please use the generic version when upgrading firmwa...
  71. MN-700 (10,914 bytes)
    3: ...WRT, a new bootloader must be installed through a hardware hack (until someone comes up with a WinCE killer ...
    11: ...re wondering, the MN-500 has completely different hardware than the MN-700, so the instructions provided by ...
    14: ...SP2 and eariler are not supported on the MN-700. Please use build SVN 3953 (link below) or higher. Ea...
    18: # Follow one (or a combination) of the hardware hack guides listed in the Introduction section ab...
    20: # Put the WRT in hardware restoration mode (hold down the reset button whil...
  72. Contribute (3,059 bytes)
    6: ...t the development of DD-WRT and how you can help, please visit the [[:Category:Developer resources]] s...
    13: * You don't need to know HTML, Wiki is edited in plain text.
    14: ...ry fast and categories are auto-updatable. An example for a category can be found on the bottom of thi...
    21: ...ainSlayer]]&nbsp;— has to pay server costs, new hardware and, most importantly, food and shelter.
    34: The more people we have contributing to the project the better t...
  73. Firmware FAQ (38,077 bytes)
    34: ...mware builds are beta releases with no or limited hardware testing. '''Proceed with caution!'''
    47: ...'. Always read the newest build thread first. Example: [https://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=...
    64: ...rks OEM fimware that have special procedures to replace the CFE (bootloader). '''To upgrade, use the g...
    91: ... you should input your settings manually, not by uploading the config backup file! The backup file is ...
    97: ...55.255.255.0. Then ping 192.168.1.1. If you get replies, then your router is not dead.
  74. Known incompatible devices (18,310 bytes)
    22: ...velopers confirm the incompatibility with DD-WRT, please edit this page.
    31: | '''Hardware<br>revision'''
    446: | KA2DI614-PLUS<br>(invalid FCC id)
    1099: ...132 CPU<br>4MB Flash/32MB RAM<br>U-Boot must be replaced
    1106: ...341 SOC<br>4MB Flash/32MB RAM<br>U-Boot must be replaced
  75. Bountiful BWRG1000 (105 bytes)
    3: [[Category:Networking hardware tutorials]]
  76. Version 5 And 6 Router Information (5,589 bytes)
    1: ..., including the most relevant and valuable links. Please add information, including new links you find...
    19: For more complete information on hardware revisions, visit Wikipedia:<br/>
    20: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wrt54g#Hardware_revisions
    23: ...ons which can result in a freezed router". This applies to all neutered routers.
    40: ...connected to any network, even though you have it plugged into the neutered router.
  77. Reset And Reboot (4,732 bytes)
    11: ...g in the reset button is to leave a network cable plugged in to your computer and the router, then wat...
    16: .... On some less-supported hardware this may have unpleasant results, so use the following two reset met...
    17: ... reset, Admin tab, then factory defaults. Click apply and wait 5 min. The router is now reset and shou...
    21: ...d have unpleasant results "on some less-supported hardware".
  78. D-Link DIR-615 rev C (10,866 bytes)
    4: =Hardware=
    6: ...self. This means it's quick and easy to check the hardware revision before buying or borrowing it.
    10: ==Pros of this hardware==
    13: * Fairly new hardware (released in 2009?), so it's widely available for...
    15: * Easy to install DD-WRT on this hardware (just flash through the web interface as per belo...
  79. Internal device network (4,651 bytes)
    1: ... internal network connects the internal physical(=hardware):
    8: Via the user interface you can modify how the hardware is logically interconnected with each other and w...
    16: ...es are limited by the software implementation and hardware.
    24: **Please note that the (above) (DD-WRT) [[firewall]] n...
    26: ...ll#Network-based_application_firewalls|proxying/application]]/[[wikipedia:Deep packet inspection|deep ...
  80. Miscellaneous/zh cn (971 bytes)
    6: ...efinitions and considerable explanations. A great place for reference and general browsing.
    10: There are some pages that describe specific hardware with only loose
    21: * [[Hardware#NVRAM|NVRAM]]
    23: * [[Hardware#Overclocking|路由器超频]]
    25: * [[Hardware#Hardware_Modifications|硬件改造]]
  81. 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:
  82. LaFonera Hardware Power-Sources (2,124 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Power-Sources'''
  83. Linksys WRT54G/GL/GS/GX (4,340 bytes)
    6: ...box or the underside of the router) represent the hardware revision:
    23: CDFG = WRT54G v8.0 (purchased 7-16-2007 Hemet Staples)<br>
    87: ...neric.bin file....or one of the micro_plus, micro_plus_ssh mentioned above.
    132: ...s greater than the CFE imposed maximum of 250mhz, please see [[http://www.bitsum.com/openwiking/owbase...
  84. Linksys WRT54GS v7.0 & 7.2 (5,118 bytes)
    3: ==Hardware==
    15: '''This flash method applies to EON, INTEL, and SAMSUNG(?) flash chips.'''<...
    25: # Unplug the router, then hold the reset button while re...
    62: ... I installed from the Linksys GUI Admin options, upload went about half way then tried to reboot, and ...
  85. Installation/ja (27,107 bytes)
    15: ...イスの場合、デバイス固有の情報が[[Hardware-specific]]ページで見つかるかもしれま...
    24: ...とはいえ、ピーコック スレッドと [[Hardware-specific|ハードウェア固有の情報]]ペ...
    26: ...クページの背景を知ったあとでは、[[Hardware-specific|ハードウェア固有の情報]]ペ...
    29: * Use the '''brand-specific information in the [[Hardware-specific]]''' page to accurately identify which m...
    30: ... and find the files you need. Again, check the [[Hardware-specific]] page for links to detailed instruction...
  86. Gateworks Avila/Cambria Installation (14,682 bytes)
    5: ...>Please note: The details in these instructions apply specifically to the GW2348-4 board.
    9: ...ies Network Processor boards provide an excellent platform for building high performance
    15: ...lling DD-WRT on the GW2348 board is relatively simple. To install the firmware you will need the foll...
    17: * DC power supply (12 to 24&nbsp;V, 1&nbsp;A)
    18: * Coaxial power plug (2.5&nbsp;mm x 5.5&nbsp;mm available from Radio...
  87. 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: [http://downloads.openwrt.org/people/inh/reference/mmc.gif]
  88. Mikrotik Routerboard RB/532 (3,688 bytes)
    6: ...hput Ethernet and wireless based networks. Its simple and robust design ensures reliable non-stop oper...
    12: There are 2 versions of the Routerboard 532, the 'plain' 532, and the 532A. The key difference is tha...
    22: ''please note, this information was more or less copie...
    54: | IDT internal SoC hardware watchdog timer
    77: [[Category:Networking hardware tutorials]]
  89. Supported Devices (228,535 bytes)
    8: ...may actually be really bad builds for your router hardware and cause a lot of issues.
    12: ... "beta" FTP/HTTP site to see if you can find your hardware.
    13: ...ee how they work for a particular piece of router hardware.
    14: ...quotes with the word AND (in uppercase) plus your hardware or issue to perform your search.
    26: If your hardware is not found below, it is probably not yet suppor...
  90. AutoAP (11,423 bytes)
    60: ...tting [[Hardware#NVRAM|NVRAM]] variables. For example, let's set AutoAP to prefer to connect to a cert...
    70: What follows is a complete list of included [[Hardware#NVRAM|NVRAM]] variables and what they do (with de...
    82: ...is appended directly, preceeded by a "*key*". Example: "My Home", WEP key:1234567ab -> "My*Home*key*12...
    84: :'''nvram set autoap_aplimit="10"'''
    92: ...e amount of time to wait for a DHCP renewal to complete. If the routers you're accessing are fairly qu...
  91. Linksys WRTSL54GS (13,481 bytes)
    2: ... are open for many different applications of this hardware.
  92. Micro-plus (26,693 bytes)
    4: ... micro version. There is also a version of Micro-plus with SSH support.
    8: ==Can my device run micro-plus?==
    11: ...ces which currently have the ability to run micro-plus must have a small CFE (bootloader) of 128K in s...
    14: ....bin''' is '''128K''', you can safely flash micro-plus and enjoy the benefits.
    15: #*DO NOT flash micro-plus if your cfe.bin is larger than 128K (most are a...
  93. 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:
  94. LaFonera (en) (6,312 bytes)
    16: ...=Yast_hardware_info.png | link=:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en) | width=48px | height=48px }}
    17: ...Fonera_Hardware_(en)|LaFonera Hardware]]''' <br/> Hardware related documentation
    19: |style="width:36px;"|{{Click || image=Playground.png | link=LaFonera_TestingArea_(en) | wi...
    20: |'''[[LaFonera_TestingArea_(en)|Playground]]''' <br/> Testing area
    63: will download the complete source-files in a directory called DD-WRT.
  95. LaFonera Software Flashing (30,993 bytes)
    1: ... follow the guidelines for your specific router. Please see [[Installation]] for more information. R...
    34: ...P file server] on your Windows machine (it's a simple no-installer-needed HTTP server). If the link do...
    36: ...x.bytesex.org/misc/webfs.html webfs] as well. [Simple alternatives welcome]
    39: #*Simple TFTP server for Windows: http://www.jounin.net/t...
    40: #*If you're running Linux, here's the simplest cross-distribution way to setup a TFTP server ...
  96. 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: ...ng is wiring for a ground. Below that is another plastic casing. Within that is the actual antenna c...
  97. 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)]]
  98. 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 [http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?TabID=1&ModuleNo=43990&doy=12...
    21: * 1x USB type B plug [http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?TabID=1&DOY=12m3&ModuleNo=226...
  99. LaFonera Software Chilispot (12,365 bytes)
    17: ...re needed are here and here (only download if you plan to setup a http/ftp server locally, which is ou...
    18: ...nd root.fs build of ddwrt for atheros WiSOC based hardware, I used root.fs and vmlinux.bin.l7 ((06/10/07) st...
    46: ... SSH. This should work with other firmwares, too. Please change the name server according to your ISP ...
    66: 5. Your LaFonera should not be able to completely boot, because the FIS directory will be eras...
    78: ... have the first 8 secs to access to RedBoot via a plain Telnet connection. (I would avoid using the bu...
  100. 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.
  101. 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]]
  102. LaFonera Software Debricking (6,898 bytes)
    18: ...d that’s about it. You can find some [[LaFonera Hardware Serial-Cable-Port | instructions for making a ser...
    24: Then just take your favorite terminal application and connect to serial port using baud rate...
    27: ...er your screen, quickly connect TX line. Other people just tried booting and connecting the serial cab...
    60: I played a little with it but in the end had to ask so...
    66: ...t even go with the TFTP variant. (Thanx to the people in the comments for pointing out the two easier ...
  103. 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]]
  104. LaFonera Software Universal-Repeater (25,850 bytes)
    10: I placed the files which are nessesary on my websrver ...
    28: You can change the file and repost it here, to apply more functionality to this script.
    30: ..., but i think some things are not working yet, so please take a look over it to make it working 100%.
    168: # nosbeacon disables the use of hardware beacon timers for ath1
    347: #simply discover strongest external AP dyanamic IP con...
  105. Siemens SE505 (3,810 bytes)
    1: ... follow the guidelines for your specific router. Please see [[Installation]] for more information. R...
    9: ...rivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is a very simple Filetransferprotocol.
    16: ...o this rule. This can be done by yast oder you simply type as root user:
    57: [[Category:Networking hardware tutorials]]
    58: [[Category:Hardware]]
  106. 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]]
  107. SES Button (2,058 bytes)
    21: ===Example to test custom button script===
    53: [[Category:Networking hardware]]
  108. 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...
  109. LaFonera Software Client-Bridge (9,933 bytes)
    7: ...less interface (from a host router). You can then plug a device (Laptop, PC, Games console, etc) in to...
    11: ...ile shares to be seen in Windows under My Network Places. Your main router also acts as the DHCP issue...
    30: HARDWARE - TESTED INFORMATION (MY CONFIGURATION)
    42: *3. NOTE: after each PAGE - hit APPLY (wait) before going on to next step
  110. 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]]
  111. 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
  112. How to open my router (2,424 bytes)
    19: ..., push straight down and then forward to push the plastic bezel away from the router, as seen in figur...
    34: ...n the halves are approximately ¼ inch apart, the plastic strip and AOSS button will lift away from th...
    38: ...tom half. As you do this, you will see the clear, plastic LED manifold come into view. Carefully lift ...
    52: [[Category:Networking hardware]]
    53: [[Category:Hardware]]
  113. Default internal device network (6,480 bytes)
    10: ...guration works like this ''(parenthesis are pre-N hardware)'':
    12: The internal [[Separate_Lan_and_WLan#Hardware|network switch device]] has 6 [[Switched_Ports|po...
    21: ...r via trunking (note that by extension you can completely isolate a network by ''not'' including port ...
    25: ...d|wireless part of it]], which adds some extra complexity.
    27: ...tween vLan1 ''(vLan0)'' and eth1; rather, '''it employs a [http://linux-net.osdl.org/index.php/Bridge ...
  114. 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 '''...
  115. 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...
  116. JTAG pinouts (4,665 bytes)
    4: ... pinouts with photos are available there. Another place to look is [https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Main_Pag...
    66: [http://wiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtDocs/Hardware/Buffalo/WBR-G54 WBR-G54 JTAG Info]
    174: ...on if you have to fix the code to match your JTAG hardware<br>
    175: ...r.com/jtagspiravi] with minor modifications and explanation of parallel port jtag to make your own<br>
  117. Serial port pinouts (5,289 bytes)
    4: ... add photos or diagrams, please [[Special:Upload|upload them]] to the wiki, then reference them here u...
    92: NOTE: RevB is completely different hardware, based on Ralink RT3050 SoC. The serial port runs...
    177: [[Category:Hardware]][[Category:Recovery]]
  118. LaFonera (de) (7,779 bytes)
    14: ...=Yast_hardware_info.png | link=:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(de) | width=48px | height=48px }}
    15: ...ardware]]''' <br/> Dokumentationen bezüglich der Hardware
    17: |style="width:36px;"|{{Click || image=Playground.png | link=LaFonera_TestingArea_(de) | wi...
    65: Die kompletten Quelltexte sollten sich im SVN befinden, abe...
    85: * SD/MMC kernel module for [[LaFonera_Hardware_SD-Card|LaFonera SD-Card hack]] - (SD/MMC Driver)
  119. LaFonera (fr) (6,121 bytes)
    14: ...=Yast_hardware_info.png | link=:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(fr) | width=48px | height=48px }}
    15: |'''[[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(fr)|LaFonera Hardware]]''' <br/> Documentation à propos du matériel
    17: |style="width:36px;"|{{Click || image=Playground.png | link=LaFonera_TestingArea_(fr) | wi...
    18: |'''[[LaFonera_TestingArea_(fr)|Playground]]''' <br/> Zone de test
    35: ...re, celles ci-dessus sont reconnus pour être les plus stables et les moins buggées par les utilisate...
  120. LaFonera Hardware Logo-Removal (de) (2,955 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(de)]]
    3: ...Fonera_(de)|LaFonera]] / [[LaFonera_Hardware_(de)|Hardware]] / Logo-Entfernung'''
    5: ...a_Hardware_Logo-Removal_(de)|deutsch]] [[LaFonera_Hardware_Logo-Removal_(fr)|français]]
    11: ...ffektivste Weg um das Logo zu entfernen, ohne die Plastikoberfläche Deiner LaFonera zu beschädigen o...
    24: ...en der Politur mit einem feuchten Tuch, damit das Plastik nicht angegriffen wird
  121. LaFonera Hardware Logo-Removal (fr) (2,529 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(fr)]]
    3: ...Fonera_(fr)|LaFonera]] / [[LaFonera_Hardware_(fr)|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 '''...
  122. LaFonera Hardware 32MB SDRAM MOD (5,063 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / 32MB SDRAM MOD'''
    19: ==Removing and replacing ram chips on the Fonera==
    23: ... keep the chip on when a little bit of force is applied to the chip. The legs will 'pop' from the pads...
    25: Get a sample ChipQuik SMD removal kit. It includes flux and s...
  123. LaFonera Hardware Replace LEDs (de) (6,319 bytes)
    1: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(de)]]
    2: ...onera]] / [[LaFonera_Hardware_(de)|Hardware]] / Replace LEDs'''
    4: ...Replace_LEDs_(de)|deutsch]] [[LaFonera_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_(fr)|français]]
    12: I think it is very simple to do this modification - if you have some solde...
    28: [[image:LaFonera_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_-_08_preparation.jpg]]
  124. LaFonera Hardware Replace LEDs (fr) (5,848 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(fr)]]
    3: ...onera]] / [[LaFonera_Hardware_(fr)|Hardware]] / Replace LEDs'''
    5: ...Replace_LEDs_(de)|deutsch]] [[LaFonera_Hardware_Replace_LEDs_(fr)|français]]
    7: = Remplacer les LEDs vertes =
    8: '''Aujourd'hui nous allons voir comment remplacer les LEDs vertes de LaFonera par des bleues.''...
  125. LaFonera Hardware Power from USB (8,045 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Power from USB'''
    6: ...hat limited by its power supply which needs to be plugged into a wall power socket. Wouldn’t it be n...
    8: As we know from looking at the hardware specifications for the LaFonera, it takes DC powe...
    10: This mod is quite simple; it requires no modification to the LaFonera, ju...
  126. LaFonera Hardware New Paint Job (1,237 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / New Paint Job'''
    8: This is '''SIMPLE''' mod. It shouldn't take you more then 2 Hours ...
  127. LaFonera Hardware IO (en) (4,576 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / IO'''
    9: ...the time to make a schmatic of the LaFonera yet? Please fill in the
    13: ...: http://wiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtDocs/Customizing/Hardware/JTAG_Cable and here: http://tech.am/2006/10/06/au...
    15: ... Reset TAP in Atheros AR2315 (from: Multiple sources)
  128. Linksys WRT300N v1, v1.1 (5,527 bytes)
    8: * Hardware Defaults (with Linksys firmware)
    30: # Plug a lan cable from your computer to a LAN port on...
    50: # Plug a lan cable from your computer to a LAN port on...
    68: For further information about JTAG please see the wiki entry entitled [[JTAG]].
    72: Once you have completed all of the steps above, your router is alread...
  129. LaFonera Hardware Modding (636 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Modding'''
    7: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Modding_-_01_front.jpg]]
    9: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Modding_-_02_side.jpg]]
    11: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Modding_-_03_ahead.jpg]]
  130. SD/MMC mod (263 bytes)
    6: [[Category:Hardware]]
  131. Linksys WRT54G2 v1.0 (18,535 bytes)
    5: ==Hardware==
    36: ...w.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=52876 blank apply.cgi issue]
    46: ... installed, other micro, [[Micro-plus]], or micro-plus_ssh versions can be flashed. For description of...
    47: ...p=1090693#1090693 here]. 18946 was the last micro-plus (currently not available), so for newer builds ...
    52: ... This has been confirmed by at least two other people.
  132. 安装 (16,991 bytes)
    13: ...specific]] page to '''accurately''' identify your hardware and not create a problem that renders your router...
    15: ...gotten some background on the peacock page, the [[Hardware-specific]] page may be the most useful page for y...
    18: * Use the '''brand-specific information in the [[Hardware-specific]]''' page to accurately identify which m...
    19: ... and find the files you need. Again, check the [[Hardware-specific]] page for links to detailed instruction...
    23: ...8 for instance). Use the "_mini" firmware if your hardware has 4 MB or more of flash (WRT54GL for instance)....
  133. 硬件专用信息 (4,351 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware-specific}}
    2: ... follow the guidelines for your specific router. Please see [[Installation]] for more information. R...
    4: Please also see in [[:Category:Networking hardware tutorials]]
    6: ...Hardware-Specific|Main Page Hardware-specific]] explanations. This has been condensed from a longer f...
    8: =Hardware Brand=
  134. LED Scripts (36,496 bytes)
    11: '''The example LED scripts below are usually written using the ...
    41: ...6" will completely erase your NVRAM (i.e. do a complete reset on your router)
    320: ==Display Load via LED (load.sh)==
    321: * Uses front button LED to display current load on router.
    383: Modified Script for simple display of cpu usage/load -- I use the power LED
  135. Прошивка WL-500W (10,168 bytes)
    160: [[Category:Networking hardware tutorials/ru]]
  136. Прошивка WL-500W с подробными скрин-шотами (10,274 bytes)
    171: [[Category:Networking hardware tutorials/ru]]
  137. Linksys E2100L (1,889 bytes)
    1: ===Hardware Information===
  138. Main Page (1,889 bytes)
    1: {{Template:Welcome}}
    27: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Hardware_DIY| width=48px | height=48px }}
    28: |'''[[Hardware DIY]]''' <br/> Hardware tutorials, JTAG, serial port, how to open, ...
  139. LaFonera Hardware Controlling AC-Loads via webinterface (4,497 bytes)
    1: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    2: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / Controlling AC-loads via web-interface'''
    31: : [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Controlling_AC-Loads_via_webinterface_-_04_overvi...
    40: : [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Controlling_AC-Loads_via_webinterface_-_05_web-in...
    46: : [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_Controlling_AC-Loads_via_webinterface_-_06_web-in...
  140. Installation/fr (33,903 bytes)
    2: ... avec DD-WRT - ainsi que des informations qui s'appliquent à tous les routeurs.
    4: ==Choisir le bon logiciel embarqué - '''De la plus haute importance'''==
    14: ...ions spécifiques le concernant sur la page '''[[Hardware-specific/fr|Spécificités matérielles]]'''. N...
    17: ...inées à ceux qui rencontrent des problèmes. Le plus souvent, sauter cette étape conduit de nombreu...
    19: ...ock '' et l'information disponible dans la page [[Hardware-specific| Spécificités matérielles]] pour iden...
  141. Fr:materiel (2,134 bytes)
    1: ==Modifications Hardware==
    39: Pour plus d'informations, rendez-vous sur cette page [htt...
  142. Optware, the Right Way (36,809 bytes)
    9: ...ndex.php/OTRW2_%28Optware_the_right_way_Take_2%29 please go here]'''<br></big>
    40: *'''Network printing with Watchprinter''' - Plug a USB printer into your router and let anyone o...
    48: ...e information regarding what it does and how to implement NFS can be found here: http://www.dd-wrt.com...
    50: *'''Xinetd''' - A replacement for inetd, the internet services daemon. ...
    60: ...u can redirect some webrequests (for adds for example) to pixelserv. http://proxytunnel.sourceforge.n...
  143. LaFonera Hardware SD-Card/Reader Position (6,152 bytes)
    1: ...ry:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / [[LaFonera Hardware SD-Card|SD-Card]] / Reader Position'''
    5: [[Image:Fonera_card_reader_complete-top.jpg|thumb|center|658px|Fonera with a blue ...
    10: ...ad both) card reader to take apart, or [[LaFonera_Hardware_SD-Card#Cheap_SD_Card_.22reader.22_.28floppy_cabl...
    13: ...ng Glue (epoxy resin or similar) OR Self adhesive plastic for a temporary solution.
    16: ...fe/Utility knife with a blade sutable for cutting plastic.
  144. WHR-HP-AG108 (13,246 bytes)
    10: ==Hardware==
    20: ...e=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=600453&fcc_id=%27FDI-09101540-0%27 FDI-...
    23: ... than WRT54G's), and its output level is fixed in hardware at 12 dBm. You may want check out [https://fjallf...
    51: ...* Start and point your tftp program to the proper place
    53: ...' when diagnostic red led comes on after unplug/repluging
  145. USB (11,810 bytes)
    19: * plus many newer routers
    21: Note: If the router hardware has a USB port, dd-wrt probably supports it. It m...
    23: ...ces. See [[USB storage]] for instructions and example scripts.
    25: ...ng on capability, but the ability to add external hardware easily makes these far more powerful units.
    29: ...g [[Samba]]; an external hard drive also provides plentiful swap space for use as virtual memory.
  146. Linksys WRT55AG v2.0 (614 bytes)
    3: ...the forum. Specs I gathered are in the 'supported hardware' matrix unless whoever redid that on 13 MAY 2010 ...
  147. Linksys E1550 (3,454 bytes)
    5: =Hardware Information=
    53: # Power cycle by unplugging E1550 for 10 seconds.
    54: # Plug the E1550 back in and wait about 2 minutes unti...
  148. Linksys E1500 (6,797 bytes)
    3: =Hardware [https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Linksys_E1500 Informat...
    49: # Power cycle by unplugging the E1500 for 10 seconds.
    50: # Plug back in then wait about 2 minutes until it fini...
    57: ...1100282#1100282 KRACK fixes] for Broadcom were completed in [http://svn.dd-wrt.com/?from=Nov+4%2C+2017...
    66: ...are Upgrade" screen, which is a web interface to upload a firmware using a TFTP server built into the ...
  149. Linksys E900 (3,054 bytes)
    1: =Hardware [https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Linksys_E900 Informati...
    53: # Power cycle by unplugging the E900 for 10 seconds.
    54: # Plug the E900 back in and wait about 2 minutes until...
    67: #Apply Settings
  150. Broadcom detection (3,378 bytes)
    9: ...to start" & "Compatibility" work for every device/hardware, except the cfe and nvram grabbing stuff.
    23: Please do the following check list and if one point ...
    49: ...r initial flash and it will not brick your router please give us cfe which is quite easy as you see he...
    77: Plz only report the gpio that changes. :-)
    105: [[Category:Networking hardware]]
  151. LaFonera Hardware LCD Screen (3,119 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / LCD Screen'''
    9: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_LCD_Screen_-_01_fonera_LCD.jpg]]
    12: ...e because of playing with IR receiver. So why not playing with serial 128*128 LCD ?
    14: ...nd animations. The uLCD model can only display simple stuff (line, cercle, text) and pixel after pixel...
  152. LaFonera Hardware IR Receiver (4,545 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...)|LaFonera]] / [[:Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / IR Receiver'''
    8: ...er, a diode, a resistor and a78L05 regulator as explained here. But this wont work with USB/serial ada...
    10: ... used with USB/serial and embedded system with simple serial port like… La Fonera.
    13: [[Image:LaFonera_Hardware_IR_Receiver_-_01_pcb.jpg]]
  153. LaFonera Hardware LaFoneraPlus (12,883 bytes)
    2: [[Category:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)]]
    3: ...egory:LaFonera_Hardware_(en)|Hardware]] / LaFoneraPlus'''
    6: = LaFonera Plus =
    7: There is a new Fon router : La fonera+ (plus). This router is quite similar than the classic...
    10: [[image:LaFonera_Hardware_LaFoneraPlus_-_01_case.jpg]]
  154. WRT54GL MAX232 Serial (6,868 bytes)
    3: ...licable to several other models based on the same hardware (WRT54G line et all). The MAX232 is a level conve...
    9: ...s of the WRT54G line include two serial ports, complete with pinholes on the circuit board. These oper...
    13: ...rt 3 pairs of pins. Be careful, the pin out is completely different than Max232: check data sheet.
    15: ...An other interesting feature is the "AutoShutDown Plus" circuitry that can decrease the power consumpt...
    21: ... and does the job nicely. I considered using a simple zenner regulator, but from what I've seen the wa...
  155. PC-Engines (12,674 bytes)
    4: ...sed on the AMD Geode LX700/800 cpu's which are simple [http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/X86 x86] c...
    19: ...or just simply drag-and-drop the image file onto the physdiskwr...
    29: ...ding using the webinterface too. for new install, please use the .image files
    36: if your ethernet interface is not detected, please login using the serial console and write me t...
    54: ...dditionally this version is capable of using multiple cpu's
  156. Hashes (98 bytes)
    3: <noinclude>[[Category:Flashing networking hardware]]</noinclude>
  157. Ddadder (757 bytes)
    9: ==Supported Hardware==
  158. TFTP flash (14,758 bytes)
    6: #Unplug the router, get a [[#TFTP Tools|TFTP client]] f...
    12: #Plug in the router and start the TFTP client '''as s...
    13: #*TTL=64 means application code has been reached. If the router isn't...
    17: ...G Deluxe), need additional steps to perform a complete and proper initial flash. See this wiki page: ...
    20: ...ple TCP/IP implementations that don't have CTCP implemented: Windows XP or Linux are reported to work,...
  159. Italian (1,683 bytes)
    1: {{Template:Welcome}}
    27: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Hardware_DIY| width=48px | height=48px }}
    28: |'''[[Hardware DIY]]''' <br/> Hardware tutorials, JTAG, serial port, how to open, ...
  160. Changelog (7,371 bytes)
    5: The following is an incomplete summary of the changes since DD-WRT v23 SP2 (w...
    21: ** Multiple WLAN/SSID
    22: ** Multiple BSSID (different MACs for virtual interfaces)
    32: ** monitor multiple interfaces
    75: * this list is an incomplete summary of the changes since DD-WRT v23 SP2
  161. Gateworks Avila GW234x (30,744 bytes)
    3: ...he help send to me (and the patience he has) to explain many things about this topic (and others).
    64: ...to change cable to another GW234X device (for example).
    75: ...en the GW234X is answering the pings and plug-off/plug-on the power to the GW234X.
    90: ...COM with the default values: 115200,8,N,1 without hardware/software flow control.
    96: 4) Plug-off and plug-on the power to the GW234X.
  162. Linksys WRT1900AC (7,146 bytes)
    4: ...ilar that these instructions will probably also apply to the other versions, but it's not guaranteed.
    43: * If you do not plan to use the 5GHz wifi band, turn it off by addin...
    48: ...tion-part-3-channel-dilemma/438580919 DFS page] explains. Basically, the only usable ones are channels...
    50: ... also increase noise. The DFS page linked above explains channel width well. You'll have to see how ma...
    59: '''Example Settings:'''
  163. Repeating Mode Comparisons (6,401 bytes)
    7: Please note that some lines still require confirmati...
    8: ...nd your results differ from those indicated here, please add comments providing your HW and DD-WRT ver...
    17: ...(requires access) and requires a compatible WDS implementation. R/RB only needs to configure the repea...
    18: ...with wrt150n1.1 AP + wrt54g6 R] (TODO: test other hardware). R/RB support all encryption algorithms.
    19: ... by SSID. Both WDS and R support connecting multiple repeaters in series ("repeat a repeater"), howev...
  164. Linksys (2,573 bytes)
    2: ... follow the guidelines for your specific router. Please see [[Installation]] for more information. R...
    10: '''[[Linksys Serial numbers|Identifying Hardware Versions]]'''<br>
  165. Watchguard Firebox II (9,880 bytes)
    6: ...ebox III and Firebox x700 as well, due to similar hardware designs. In this guide, I assume that you have so...
    20: ...Integrated_Drive_Electronics IDE] hard drive, but please be aware of the limitations of hard disk spac...
    23: ...aving no noise coming from the router can be accomplished by this as well.
    27: ...o 12 volts supply in these routers. They can be replaced with an equivalent, but if you want absolute ...
    31: ... to the registered version of DD-WRT x86 as well. Please read the notes below on how to clone a mac ad...
  166. Netgear R6400v1 (2,468 bytes)
    4: ==Hardware Specs==
    5: The hardware is almost identical to a Netgear R6300v2, but has...
    52: ...elect the factory reset option from the firmware upload GUI drop-down menu:<br>
    57: **Select radio button, then ''Apply'' settings
  167. Netgear R7000P (2,359 bytes)
    1: ==[https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Netgear_R7000P Hardware] Specifications==
  168. Asus RT-AC56U (3,895 bytes)
    1: =[https://wikidevi.com/wiki/ASUS_RT-AC56U Hardware] Specifications=
    16: *Power Supply: 19V (DC) @ max 1.75A
    18: ...47081A0), has 128 MiB RAM, and different power supply. There is no evidence that it is supported at a...
    22: Example: [ftp://ftp.dd-wrt.com/betas/2017/12-29-2017-r34...
    42: #Plug the computer running the ASUS recovery tool int...
  169. Repeater Bridge/fr (12,531 bytes)
    23: Mode d'emploi pas à pas pour configurer le routeur sous DD-W...
    64: ...un mode de sécurité activé (WPA,WEP etc...), appliquer les instructions ci-dessous, sinon, aller au...
    79: #* Cliquer sur appliquer.
    80: # Les nouveaux paramètres sont appliqués et le routeur doit redémarrer. La connexio...
    81: ..., ce qui est utile pour faire des essais avant le placement définitif du routeur secondaire).
  170. Repeteur sans fil (12,493 bytes)
    20: Mode d'emploi pas à pas pour configurer le routeur sous DD-W...
    61: ...un mode de sécurité activé (WPA,WEP etc...), appliquer les instructions ci-dessous, sinon, aller au...
    76: #* Cliquer sur appliquer.
    77: # Les nouveaux paramètres sont appliqués et le routeur doit redémarrer. La connexio...
    78: ..., ce qui est utile pour faire des essais avant le placement définitif du routeur secondaire).
  171. Linksys WRT600N (2,756 bytes)
    3: ====Hardware Specs====
    49: Simply reset and flash the stock image via TFTP or thro...
  172. Asus WL-520GU (19,455 bytes)
    16: ..., then you may experience problems with certain applications; albeit those mainly include resource int...
    24: # Windows Client (TFTP firmware upload techniques when booting the WL-520GU will also...
    36: ..._asus.trx build is supposed to be designed to be uploaded as a firmware upgrade through the ASUS stock...
    48: ...tility| Firmware Restoration Utility]] for the simple Windows OS users.
    56: ...nd. This puts the router into restoration mode. Plug a cable in the LAN port of the router, and the ...
  173. Linksys WAP54G (10,094 bytes)
    1: [[Linksys WAP54G Hardware Spec]]
    11: .....one simple but not permanent, and one not so simple but permanent.
    28: '''Example of startup script for a V1:'''
    34: '''Example of startup script for a V2.0:'''
    39: '''Example of startup script for a V3.X:'''
  174. LaFoneraPlus Software Flashing (10,090 bytes)
    4: ...gory:LaFonera_Software_(en)|Software]] / LaFonera Plus Initial Flashing'''
    17: ...dd-wrt I throw at it. I don't know if it's due to hardware or that it's less supported than my fon2100a/b/c ...
    29: #*Simple TFTP server for Windows: http://www.jounin.net/t...
    30: #*If you're running Linux, here's the simplest cross-distribution way to setup a TFTP server:
    47: You need to connect to your FoneraPlus using redboot
  175. X86 (8,106 bytes)
    3: ...sting very small low power industrial embedded PC plattforms e.g. the very popular [[PC-Engines|PC-Eng...
    5: == Applications ==
    7: ...at least, escape many of the limitations of small platforms.
    57: For example, we'll use: <br>
    75: * The adequade *.image from below fitting your plattform and needs
  176. Netgear WGR614 v8.0 & WGR614L (7,509 bytes)
    5: ...the two device names can be used interchangeably. Please note that to load firmware on this device it ...
    35: Most of the Broadcom hardware uses a TRX style firmware. Netgear's WGR614L Linu...
    75: ... new file "kernel_rootfs_image.chk" which can be uploaded to WGR614L using its Web UI or if you got th...
    137: ...ter you bring it back from the dead you can start playing with firmware again but not now!
    141: ... in the board itself after tining the wires and applying flux.
  177. Linksys WRT54GL (7,178 bytes)
    6: =Hardware [https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Linksys_WRT54GL_v1.1 S...
    7: *'''Platform''': Broadcom MIPS
    56: ...nterrupt the process until you are sure it has completed.
    65: #*# Wait again for the process to complete and the lights to return to normal (3-5 minute...
    70: ... in the name is required, which has a header with hardware info.
  178. Switch (3,289 bytes)
    6: ...can configure most DD-WRT capable routers as a simple 4 or 5 port switch. A switch is similar to a hu...
    41: ...ect ethernet cable to main router via LAN-to-LAN uplink*
    45: ...the TX power to 5mW or so. It may help keep your hardware temps cooler.
  179. Netgear WAG 102 (7,486 bytes)
    6: ==Hardware==
    237: ...e >[http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/LaFonera_Hardware_Serial-Cable-Port Fonera Serial Cable]<BR>
  180. Antenna mods (254 bytes)
    1: ...ennas]] (WIP - Work In Progress, and should be completed in the very near future.)
    5: [[Category:Hardware]]
  181. Accton Software Flashing (14,547 bytes)
    6: ==Hardware==
    24: ...P file server] on your Windows machine (it's a simple no-installer-needed HTTP server). If the link do...
    26: ...x.bytesex.org/misc/webfs.html webfs] as well. [Simple alternatives welcome]
    29: #*Simple TFTP server for Windows: http://www.jounin.net/t...
    30: #*If you're running Linux, here's the simplest cross-distribution way to setup a TFTP server:
  182. SENAO EOC-2610 (2,810 bytes)
    11: =Hardware=
    13: *Ubiquity Nanostation2 clone with better hardware.
    32: ...d push the hardware switch to ext. Now the rp-sma plug is active
    35: ...ou can solder RP-SMA connectors onto the internal plugs.
    59: ...; it may take a few seconds before the page is completely loaded by your web-browser.
  183. Bonding (4,814 bytes)
    8: =Samples=
    10: This is a description to setup a sample p2p-bridge with 2 bonded interfaces. <br>
    55: ...ggregation groups that share the same speed and duplex settings. Utilizes all slaves in the active agg...
    58: ...n the base drivers for retrieving the speed and duplex of each slave.
    69: ... the bond such that different peers use different hardware addresses for the server.
  184. Buffalo N450 (831 bytes)
    1: == Hardware Information ==
  185. Linksys WRT350N (2,519 bytes)
    3: ===Hardware===
    22: # Plug a cable into the LAN port of the router and you...
  186. Upgrade from openwrt (743 bytes)
    5: Replace your firware image referenced below with the c...
    23: [[Category:Flashing networking hardware]]
  187. Triggertftp (1,465 bytes)
    49: [[Category:Flashing networking hardware]]
  188. Actiontec MI424WR (12,063 bytes)
    13: ...2/viewtopic.php?t=23514 here] for info on radio replacements
    18: ... stock ROM and Jungo loader will not allow us to upload the DD-WRT directly, using Python, we flash th...
    24: ...t search field. Select the desired linux.bin and place it in your TFTP server.
    36: ...port of the router and reboot the router. Rev. D: plug into LAN port.
    39: This is a sample screen output of the procedure while doing the a...
  189. 其它 (969 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 loose
    20: * [[Hardware#NVRAM|NVRAM]]
    22: * [[Hardware#Overclocking|路由器超频]]
    24: * [[Hardware#Hardware_Modifications|硬件改造]]
  190. D-Link DIR-300 rev A (6,258 bytes)
    8: ...edure below is valid only for DIR-300 Revision A. Please check carefully the revision level of your D-...
    20: plugoff the power cord and replug it. You must press the RESET key for 5 sec.
    30: ...ow start a local tftp server on your computer and place ap61.ram as well as ap61.rom in the root dir o...
    35: ...oader should start. (on serial console it will display some warning. but you dont need to care about)....
    36: ...o be available at 192.168.1.2). Now you should be pluging on to any of the lan ports. Then connect via...
  191. PXE (2,146 bytes)
    2: ...ww.igel.com/ IGEL], [http://www.wyse.com/products/hardware/thinclients/ WYSE] , [DisklessWorkstations.com], ...
    4: ...de significant power savings, extended hardware replacement intervals, and centralized management.
    7: ...ss may be able to leverage the reliability and simplicity of embedded WRT devices over running DHCP se...
  192. Linksys RV042 (2,124 bytes)
    7: =Hardware=
    23: Hardware : Intel IXP425 IXDP425<br>
    65: http://nuwiki.openwrt.org/oldwiki/openwrtdocs/hardware/actiontec/mi424_wr
  193. Configure Samba in Linux (2,749 bytes)
    108: [[Category:Flashing networking hardware]]
  194. Overclocking (431 bytes)
    17: [[Category:Networking hardware]]
  195. Antenna adjusting (1,007 bytes)
    14: [[Category: Hardware]]
    33: [[Category:Hardware]]
  196. Mobile Broadband (143,884 bytes)
    6: =Supported Platforms=
    24: This is '''not''' a complete list of supported devices, new modems are cont...
    5434: | Play PL
    19306: [[Category:Networking hardware tutorials]]
  197. Asus TFTP Flash (17,505 bytes)
    21: * Simple Windows GUI TFTP Utility: [http://www.3iii.dk/li...
    36: * or install ATFTP, which supports autocompletion and history, with '''''sudo aptitude install...
    41: == Commandline - Asus WL-500 series example ==
    53: ...d-wrt.com/dd-wrtv3/dd-wrt/hardware.html Supported Hardware] - type ''wl5'' to get the list)
    54: ...d-wrt.com/dd-wrtv3/dd-wrt/hardware.html Supported Hardware] - type ''wl5'' to get the list)
  198. Verizon FIOS setup Walkaround (1,566 bytes)
    9: ...less Off then hit Apply. Now that this is done, unplug the power cord from your AT.
    11: ...r from dd-wrt router. Then take an ethernet cable plug into a LAN port of the dd-wrt router to your PC...
    13: 4.- Now take another ethernet cable and plug it into a WAN port from the dd-wrt router to a ...
    21: [[Category:Networking hardware]]
  199. Verizon FIOS setup Walkaround with Coax cable (MoCA) (2,096 bytes)
    12: ...less Off then hit Apply. Now that this is done, unplug the power cord from your AT.
    14: ... from dd-wrt router. Then take an ethernet cable plug into a LAN port of the dd-wrt router to your PC...
    16: 4.- Now take another ethernet cable and plug it into a WAN port from the dd-wrt router to a ...
    29: [[Category:Networking hardware]]
  200. Linksys WRV54G (9,537 bytes)
    8: * Orig WiFi must be in place to boot the orig firmware!
    13: ... will be 192.168.1.1. Set up your tftp server and place the redboot into the root folder.
    18: OpenRG boot> Download completed successfully
    42: Network hardware address [MAC] for npe_eth0: 0x00:0x0C:0x41:0xD6:0...
    43: Network hardware address [MAC] for npe_eth1: 0x00:0x0C:0x41:0xD6:0...
  201. Asterisk (2,095 bytes)
    1: ... telephony equipment using relatively inexpensive hardware.
    5: ...nder dd-wrt, along with many other tools, in a completely automated manner.
    17: There's a simple GUI for Asterisk too, [http://www.dd-wrt.com/php...
    24: * [http://www.fivn.com/products/asterisk.html Simple Asterisk GUI]
    27: [[Category:Applications]]
  202. Power Supply Info (2,285 bytes)
    2: ...upply you with a .5 to 1.5 amp switching power supply way under what you need .
    40: Switching power supplies, are very efficient at converting voltage/curr...
    49: factoring in the inefficiencies of the power supply on the router, it is obvious that we are running...
    57: [[Category:Hardware]]
  203. Corerev List (3,597 bytes)
    3: ...ities. The Broadcom wireless drivers support multiple corerevs but must be compiled with the appropria...
    20: ...e appropriate section here and add it....do not duplicate your model if it already exists in this list...
    54: F7D4301v1 (Play Max) / wl0=17 / wl1=23
    242: [[Category:Networking hardware]]
  204. StarOS (2,648 bytes)
    20: Here is an example of OpenOCD configuration (without warranty) for ...
    87: [[Category:Networking hardware tutorials]]
  205. Insufficient ram (4,134 bytes)
    6: ...not occur until using the router with heavy P2P applications that cause the router to use ram that it ...
    13: ... you have rebooted and turned off any heavy P2P applications:
    29: *Limit upload speed to a maximum of 80% of what your ISP adv...
    39: ... consumes less RAM than the otherwise used DHCPd. Please DO NOT disable DNSMasq for DHCP.
    46: ...check HTTP and HTTPS in the Web Access section. Apply your changes.
  206. D-Link DIR-320 64 Mb RAM Upgrade (1,761 bytes)
    3: ...ou brick your router. If you don't have skills on hardware modding and SMD rework I don't recomend to perfor...
    9: ==For removing and replacing the chips (U14)==
  207. NEWD2 Support on some models (2,697 bytes)
    5: ... NEWD2 will or won't work for a particular model, please update this article.
    84: [[Category:Networking hardware]]
  208. Useful tools for the WiFi Network (11,758 bytes)
    4: ... makes sense for LAN-sized installations up to complex networks with hundreds of devices.
    12: ...are interested in graphing latency, etc grab this plugin for Cacti. It will allow you to graph latency...
    21: ...twork utilization information for the hosts and applications using the most bandwidth. Using Cisco Net...
    26: For more information, visit: www.plixer.com
    28: ...nalyzer is available for download at: http://www.plixer.com/products/netflow-sflow/free-netflow-scrut...
  209. D-Link DIR-330 (24,228 bytes)
    1: ==Hardware==
    4: The DIR-330 is an easy-to-deploy wireless VPN router solution designed specifica...
    14: ...ware Rev: A1 (only tested on this hardware rev. - please update if you have another rev.)
    18: ...ey are built. I chose the Live CD because many people may not have Linux installed as a base; this way...
    19: ...nds an error or the procedure needs to be updated please do so.<br>
  210. Linking Subnets with Static Routes (4,847 bytes)
    3: This guide aims to explain how to link different subnets together using s...
    7: ...ort is unbridged while the LAN switch (which is a hardware bridge) and wireless interfaces are software brid...
    12: ...g interface which is poor design but can overcome hardware limitations such as switches without vlans.
    15: ==Baseline Reference Example==
    27: ...rd traffic to Router1 for any subnet they don't explicitly have routes to.
  211. Linksys WRT54G v1.0 & 1.1 (6,312 bytes)
    7: ...formed with the HTML GUI and Microsoft Internet Explorer Web browser:
    9: ...fully, as not all firmware versions work with all hardware versions.
    23: .... Did a 30-30-30 reboot, and DD-WRT was running. Uploaded the std_Generic build (also 13064). Found th...
    28: [dgb: 2009.04.25 V1.0 hardware with 1.02.1 firmware]
    33: ... wants to continue. The progress bar actually completes once then starts again before the failure not...
  212. Linksys WRT54G-RG (2,910 bytes)
    1: ...WRT54G-TM and WRT54G-RG are identical in terms of hardware, but not firmware. You MUST USE THE CORRECT firm...
    30: Please note that there is no way to go back to Roger...
  213. Xbee (4,930 bytes)
    21: ...e the extra pin headers from the AdaFruit kit and place them in the router. Use the female jumper wir...
    50: ...n the router and the Xbee Carrier board. For example, hook the TX from the router serial port to the ...
    54: I plan on using this setup to read in sensor data from...
    60: ...utton and an Info box should pop up. Carefully replace the Xbee back into the carrier board, press th...
    63: Could somebody move this page to the hardware diy or point me in the direction so I can move it...
  214. D-Link DIR-600vB / 300vB (8,588 bytes)
    3: This page also applies to the '''DLink DIR-300 Rev.B'''
    7: =Hardware=
    10: ...IR-300 Rev A1 and Rev B1 are completely different hardware, different SoC, different procedure. So, if you h...
    12: ...self. This means it's quick and easy to check the hardware revision before buying or borrowing it.
    16: ==Pros of this hardware==
  215. Micro Redboot (3,960 bytes)
    5: ...stian Gottschall and puplishd unter the terms of GPL.<br>
    11: ... HW combinations so that its very likly that your Platform is supported. <br>
    15: =Supported hardware=
    20: *icplus
    27: ...icro Redboot will display the required ID's for implementation and you have to contact the dev´s.
  216. Linksys WRT54G2 v1.3 & WRT54GS2 v1.0 (5,285 bytes)
    7: ==Hardware==
    26: ... continue! (longer is better) Give vxworks killer plenty of time to do its magic!
    27: ...able to ping 192.168.1.1. If the router doesn't reply you haven't set your computer's network settings...
    31: ... you continue! (longer is better) Give the router plenty of time to to boot.
    43: ... continue! (longer is better) Give vxworks killer plenty of time to do its magic! After at least five...
  217. Wireless-N Configuration (13,269 bytes)
    3: ...ally affect performance and there still isn't any hardware commonly available capable of supporting the maxi...
    5: ...Output)] to increase throughput. MIMO means multiple antennas will operate together to provide better...
    7: ...it has two radios - one for each band. The same applies to client adapters. Check your device's docume...
    14: ...egacy systems, it requires one main 20MHz channel plus a free adjacent channel at ±20MHz. The main c...
    27: ... center of additional 20MHz) the devs opted to display it as (center of main 20MHz + center of 40MHz).
  218. Belkin F5D8235-4 v2000 (9,430 bytes)
    2: I have the F5D8235-4 Version: v2000 hardware. This is marketed as the "Belkin N+ Router" and ...
    46: hardware watchpoint : yes
    47: ASEs implemented : mips16 dsp
    69: HDLC line discipline: version $Revision: 1.1.1.1 $, maxframe=4096
    70: N_HDLC line discipline registered.
  219. Asus RT-N16 (18,403 bytes)
    1: =Hardware=
    7: ==[https://wikidevi.com/wiki/ASUS_RT-N16 Hardware] Specifications==
    26: !Power Supply
    27: ...A max [[Asus_RT-N16#Links|(Upgrading the Power Supply)]]
    60: Please note: Details of the DD-WRT firmware build va...
  220. VLAN Detached Networks - Linksys E2500 (3,616 bytes)
    4: <tr><th>DD-WRT Port</th><th>Hardware/GUI Port</th></tr>
    15: ...tting and rebooting. So often times when using Apply Results from the GUI, the WAN interface gets set...
    18: ...etup -> Basic Setup -> RouterIP section will be applied to VLAN1. Bottom line, leave whatever ports y...
    21: ... my LAN and ports 3 and 4 to the DMZ. My initial plan was to make my LAN network 192.168.1.0/24 and m...
    23: === Split the VLANs ===
  221. Multiple WLANs (14,281 bytes)
    1: {{languages|Multiple_WLANs}}
    4: This guide teaches you how to broadcast multiple WLAN SSID's using virtual interfaces. You can ha...
    12: ... does routing for them. Keep your eye out for the places this guide gives alternative instructions for...
    17: ==Atheros Based Hardware==
    20: ==Broadcom Based Hardware (Very old)==
  222. Linksys WRT320N v1.0 (5,744 bytes)
    5: ===[https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Linksys_WRT320N_v1 Hardware] Specs===
    26: #*Unplug the router, push and hold the WPS button on the...
    27: #*Plug the router back in, continuing to hold the butt...
    51: #Unplug router
    53: #Plug power back in with button still pressed, hold d...
  223. OM1P config (1,528 bytes)
    5: The OM1P has a hardware watchdog that will reset the device every 5 minut...
    49: # send heartbeat to the hardware watchdog
  224. Asus RT-N12 (9,514 bytes)
    1: ==Hardware==
    29: ... the initial firmware for a different revision of hardware''' or it may enter an infinite reboot loop. Reco...
    32: ... (or until the power LED blinks '''slowly''') and plug in power. Using a static IP for the computer, ...
    35: ...ls, hold the red WPS button for 20 seconds when applying power. '''Do NOT 30/30/30.'''
    40: ...that version 36330 mini has been tested on the A1 hardware version see [https://download1.dd-wrt.com/dd-wrtv...
  225. Hardware-specific (5,677 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hardware-specific}}
    2: ... follow the guidelines for your specific router. Please see [[Installation]] for more information. R...
    4: Please also see in [[:Category:Networking hardware tutorials]]
    6: ...outer is not in the list below''', [[Installation#Hardware-specific|be sure to check the other page]].
    8: =Hardware Brand=
  226. Linksys WTR54GS (572 bytes)
    5: ==Hardware v1==
    13: ==Hardware v2==
    23: ...4GS (Linksys Travel Router) flashing instructions please see
  227. MyPage (36,169 bytes)
    37: ...p the variable using nvram. (See [[Hardware#NVRAM|Hardware]])
    44: Here a brief explanation about all available features:
    47: ...All running processes since boot time are also displayed.
    53: ... for downloading CFE and NVRAM binaries to a safe place on your computer. Further it has a feature to ...
    99: ... file from the download section and find a useful place where to store it.
  228. Linksys WRT610N v2.0 (8,789 bytes)
    3: ...ng up in second-hand bins (thrift shops) for a couple of bucks, so I converted one to an E3000 and wil...
    11: '''The device hardware is identical to a [[Linksys_E3000]].'''<br>
    17: ...ages point to the E3000 pages, because again, the hardware is the same in the later model E3000 as the WRT61...
    23: * No "Easy recovery" after a 30-30-30 reset! Please read [http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Li...
    35: ...ter a couple minutes you should see an "Update Completed Successfully" Screen.
  229. Ubiquiti Litestation 2 (LS2/LS5/PS2/PS5/NS2/NS5/LSX) (1,705 bytes)
    12: ...g the web upgrade utility (e.g.V 2.1.9). If not, please reflash it using the Ubiquiti LS2 web interfa...
    34: [[Category:Networking hardware tutorials]]
    35: [[Category:Hardware]]
  230. Netgear WNDR3300 (18,151 bytes)
    3: == Hardware [https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Netgear_WNDR3300v1 Spe...
    33: ** Please search before starting a new thread for any s...
    36: * [https://wiki.openwrt.org/oldwiki/openwrtdocs/hardware/netgear/wndr3300 OpenWRT wiki]: detailed informat...
    37: ...els] - list of channels for 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands plus country availability
    52: ...posts with problems can be traced to not fully completing the flashing procedures - specifically the r...
  231. Ubiquiti (818 bytes)
    2: ... follow the guidelines for your specific router. Please see [[Installation]] for more information. R...
    8: [[Category:Networking hardware tutorials]]
    9: [[Category:Hardware]]
  232. ASUS RT-G32 (9,327 bytes)
    4: Hardware: ASUS RT-G32 (this is not the Rev B version!)
    45: .../web/20100719092611/http://vladmgn.ru/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/config.txt config.txt]. There are li...
    61: # Start the TFTP server.<br />Make sure you place the config file you downloaded earlier in its ...
    63: ## Plug your ethernet cable in to port 4 on the router.
    64: ## Then plug in the power to the router, wait 2-3 seconds (u...
  233. Overclocking BCM 47xx CPU's (7,179 bytes)
    15: static uint32 BCMINITDATA(pll20mhz_table)[][8] = {
    16: ...i, pllctl12, pllctl13, pllctl14, pllctl15, |pllctl16 */
    88: ...u do not have to specify the third frequency (backplane frequency), but you can if you want. Anytime y...
    102: nvram set clkfreq=(value) example: 480,240,120
    108: [[Category:Networking hardware]]
  234. Configuring for Xbox 360 (4,308 bytes)
    1: Since it seems there are so many people trying to configure their Xbox 360s without succ...
    6: ==Option 1: UPnP (Universal Plug and Play)==
    8: Since the 360 is a UPnP compliant device, we can take advantage of the UPnP fun...
    16: # Save and apply settings.
    30: #* '''Application''' - name it whatever you want, Xbox 360 m...
  235. Netgear R6400v2 (2,430 bytes)
    5: ==Hardware Specs==
    58: ... factory reset option from drop down on firmware upload web gui page. or use the reset to default sett...
    59: ...n > Factory Defaults (select radio button, then apply settings)<br>
  236. Netgear R6700v3 (2,501 bytes)
    3: ==Hardware Specs==
    59: ... factory reset option from drop down on firmware upload web gui page. or use the reset to default sett...
    60: ...n > Factory Defaults (select radio button, then apply settings)<br>
  237. Netgear AC1450 (2,333 bytes)
    3: ==Hardware Specs==
    4: Same as the Netgear R6300v2. Software crippled.
    41: The OEM software-crippled Costco AC1450 hardware has the same FCC ID as the v2. Kong added support...
    54: ... factory reset option from drop down on firmware upload web gui page. or use the reset to default sett...
    55: ...n > Factory Defaults (select radio button, then apply settings)<br>
  238. Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH (14,242 bytes)
    55: swconfig dev switch0 set apply
    65: ...ch into one of the g300nh's LAN ports and then simply use the switch to connect wired connections, sho...
    80: ...se firmware and rejects western firmware. For people with a Japanese router, see the following two si...
    118: ...G300NH2 and WZR-300HP, these units have different hardware than the v1 of this unit. Both the G300NH2 and 30...
    137: ...ive this atleast 10 minutes to complete, do not unplug or mess with the unit in any form or fashion......
  239. Что такое DD-WRT? (41,715 bytes)
    3: ...опрограммы) под лицензией GPL для множества ieee802.11a/b/g/h/n б...
    5: ... на прошивке под лицензией GPL от Linksys, которая включала в ...
    30: ...Glossary#Client Mode|Client Mode]] (supports multiple connected clients)
    39: *[[Glossary#MMC/SD Card|MMC/SD Card Support]] (hardware modification required)
    56: *[[Glossary#Simple Network Management Protocol|SNMP]]
  240. OpenVPN Router to Router Bridged Configuration Alternative (Hardware VPN) (5,716 bytes)
    1: ...uter to Router Bridged Configuration Alternative (Hardware VPN) ===
    2: ...are "like" vpn access for multiple computers or appliances)
    6: ...nt side to more than one client, device, and or appliance that does NOT have built in VPN capabilities...
    8: '''Examples Include:'''
    24: # Port 8080 will be used in this example, change this if you like.
  241. Asus WL-500g Premium V2 (13,166 bytes)
    7: Thought this would be a good place for '''ASUS WL-500G Premium v2''' specific inf...
    19: ...C adapter is fairly slim and does not hog up multiple spots on a standard power strip.
    21: ...nd 32MB of SDRAM, allowing DD-WRT Mega builds and plenty of resources for increased IP connections, ip...
    29: ==Hardware==
    30: *'''Platform''': Broadcom MIPS
  242. Linksys WRT300N v2.0 (5,283 bytes)
    26: ...uses the telnet interface into the router to accomplish it's task. <br>
    55: ....). Use the MAC address at the bottom of the unit plus 3. The one printed on the bottom is for the WAN...
    82: ==Hardware==
    106: http://wiki.openwrt.org/oldwiki/openwrtdocs/hardware/linksys/wrt300n
  243. Linksys WRE54G (1,681 bytes)
    5: == Hardware Revisions ==
    6: There are three hardware revisions.
    11: Only the revision 1 hardware is compatible with DD-WRT at this time. Marvell ...
    13: The revision 1 hardware is very similar to a WRT54GS without the Ethernet...
    17: ...l is available for flashing the Linksys WRE54G v1 hardware to DD-WRT
  244. Contribute/es (3,357 bytes)
    14: ...cesita saber HTML, Wiki está editado en texto simple.
    15: ... y las categorías son auto-actualizables. Un ejemplo de una categoría se puede encontrar en la parte...
    27: ...yer]] - tiene que pagar costos de servidor, nuevo hardware y lo más importante '''comida''' y '''techo'''.
    41: The more people we have contributing to the project the better t...
  245. Linksys WRT54G2 v1.1 (2,119 bytes)
    3: ==[https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Linksys_WRT54G2_v1.1 Hardware] Specifications==
    22: ...er (and also the partition management), we must replace it using a serial console (baudrate 9600).
  246. Linksys WRT400N (3,467 bytes)
    1: = Hardware Specifications =
    46: ...LAN port of your router. Make sure your router is plugged in. Nothing should be connected to your comp...
    47: ...the power from the router for 30 seconds and then plug it back in)
  247. Linksys E1000 (4,976 bytes)
    2: '''WARNING:''' This is only for version 1 hardware. <font color=darkred>For version 2:</font> [[Lin...
    4: ==Hardware [https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Linksys_E1000_v1 Specs...
    18: ...uilds are named ''mini_e1000.bin'', before the v2 hardware was supported
    26: # Browse to the downloaded firmware and click Upload.
    27: ...w rebooting. Your router may take upwards of a couple minutes to reboot. Watch the lights... once the ...
  248. Linksys E2000 (10,600 bytes)
    1: ==E2000 Hardware Specs==
    34: ...the <font color=red>newer nv60k.bin files which replace the e2k-e3k.bin files.</font>'''
    43: # Power cycle by unplugging E2000 for 30 secs.
    44: # Plug back in and wait about 5 minutes until it finis...
    63: ...e VLAN support, VLAN tagging, port trunking, multiple DHCP, bridging, bridge assignment, DDNS, NTP cli...
  249. Linksys E3000 (14,928 bytes)
    1: =[https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Linksys_E3000 Hardware] Specifications=
    76: *This guide also applies to units converted to an E3000, running Linksy...
    84: # Power cycle by unplugging E3000 for 30 secs.
    85: # Plug E3000 back in and wait about 5 minutes until it...
    88: ...r your browser cache if the web login does not display.
  250. Installation/it (26,523 bytes)
    4: ...bile che siano presenti imprecisioni o parti incomplete. Se vuoi puoi provvedere tu stesso alla modifi...
    11: ... DD-WRT on a router in most cases is almost as simple as installing a program onto your computer. Howe...
    23: ... ulteriori informazioni a riguardo nella pagina [[Hardware-specific]].
    25: ...es, social, email, smartphone, ecc..), e leggi completamente questa pagina; ad eccezione di alcuni cas...
    37: ...rima di continuare devi essere certo dei dettagli hardware del tuo router e delle procedure corrette di inst...

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