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'''These HOWTOs should also be consulted by new users before setting up their devices'''. '''These HOWTOs should also be consulted by new users before setting up their devices'''.
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==HOWTOs for more '''advanced''' configuration scenarios== ==HOWTOs for more '''advanced''' configuration scenarios==

Revision as of 04:57, 1 September 2006


HOWTOs for basic configuration scenarios

This is a list of configuration guides most users will employ at least to a certain degree. These HOWTOs should also be consulted by new users before setting up their devices.

HOWTOs for more advanced configuration scenarios

These HOWTOs require a certain degree of knowledge about IP networks, Firewalls, Linux and more. Users unfamiliar with such knowledge

Setting up Chillispot on wireless interface & no authentication on wired ports (coming soon)
DDNS - How to setup Custom DDNS settings using embedded inadyn - HOWTO
DDNS - How to manage multiple DDNS accounts using embedded inadyn - HOWTO
DNSMasq - DNS for your local network - HOWTO
Dual-WAN for simple round-robin load equalization
Configure RSS feed output
Using ipkg to install OpenWRT packages
JFFS File System
Kai Console Gaming
OpenVPN - Setting up an OpenVPN server on your dd-wrt, and OpenVPN for your client
PPTP Server Configuration
Point-to-Point PPTP Tunneling with two DD-WRT
HOW TO configure a WINDOWS BOX to make a VPN Connection to linksys
Separate LAN and WLAN
Setting up a Transparent Proxy Server using Squid
VLAN Configuration
VLAN Bridging WAN and a LAN port
Use WAN port as a normal switched port
Web server - set up your router as a web server for your LAN and the world
How to access to the modem configuration interface thru Wrt
Configure DD-WRT Router to use a separate Local DNS Server
Set up a VPN server with DD-WRT Router

Additional 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. Additionally more than 400 packages were provided recently with NSLU2-Linux Optware packages.

BWlog -- Bandwidth Log - realtime bandwidth graphing.
iftop -- for ncurses-based monitoring of active connections and their bandwidth
Kismet Server/Drone -- using a windows box to display results
Port Knocker daemon
Miau IRC Bouncer
Multi Router Traffic Grapher
No-IP.com Client
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