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*[[Captive Portal]] - hotspot *[[Captive Portal]] - hotspot
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*[[Client Mode]] *[[Client Mode]]
*[[UMA|Configuration settings for UMA enabled phones]] *[[UMA|Configuration settings for UMA enabled phones]]

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[edit] Getting Started

[edit] Basic Tutorials

These tutorials have content most new users will understand and be able to deploy. Category is here: Category:Basic tutorials

[edit] Advanced Tutorials

These tutorials require a certain degree of knowledge about general networking that some new users may or may not understand. Also, check out the Advanced tutorials Category

[edit] Installable Packages

This list covers additional software that can be installed on devices running DD-WRT. Optware also provides many NSLU2-Linux packages build specially for DD-WRT. Installing Entware is also supported and more modern than Optware, with even more packages.

[edit] La Fonera Tutorials