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* [[Chillispot| Chillispot hotspot]] * [[Chillispot| Chillispot hotspot]]
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* [[Configure RSS feed output]] * [[Configure RSS feed output]]
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NOTE: During configuration or flashing a device, the only cables that should be hooked to the device are the power cable and the cable connecting the device to your computer

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Looking for La Fonera tutorials? La Fonera has it's own section over here --> LaFonera

Basic tutorials

These tutorials have content most new users will understand and be able to deploy.

Advanced tutorials

These tutorials require a certain degree of knowledge about general networking that some new users may or may not understand.

Installable packages

This list covers additional software that can be installed on devices running DD-WRT. Note that you can install any OpenWRT package, using ipkg. In October 2013 there were more than 3700 packages available. Additionally more than 1250 packages are provided with NSLU2-Linux Optware packages build specially for DD-WRT.

  • VNCRepeater -- connect to multiple vnc servers behind a NAT firewall and only have to forward one port. Note: Someone pls create and adapt this page for dd-wrt.
  • wrt54g kismet with linux server -- using a linux box to display results
  • Wiviz - DHTML interface to scan for networks and see signal strength and effects of antenna adjustment in real time
  • vsftpd -- FTP server
  • ProFTPd -- Howto install ProFTPd and start it via xinetd.