Tag: Linksys

DD-WRT OpenVPN

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I need to VPN back to home, it looks like with the DD-WRT firmware load on a Linksys WRT-54GL, this is quite doable. Here are the steps: * “Install DD-WRT”:http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Index:Install. This is open source firmware for the popular Linksys WRT-54GL router. These routers have 4MB of nvRAM and can run a nice version of Linux….

DD-WRT Installation

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“DD-WRT”:http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/WRT54G_v4_Installation_Tutorial has a great tutorial for the somewhat tricky installation with V23 and above. You have to install the mini version first which is called mini_generic.bin then you reset and you upgrade to DD-WRT standard and again use generic.bin You only want to use generic.bin by the way when using the web user interface which…

Linksysinfo on Linksys firmware projects

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“Linksysinfo”:http://www.linksysinfo.org/portal/forums/forumdisplay.php seems to be the place where all the various firmware projects are discussed. I’ve used DD-WRT and it worked OK, but when I upgraded our WRT54G to HyperWRT Beta 21, it completely bricked it, so beware. Other projects I haven’t tried include Svearsoft, EWRT, HyperWAP. Also there is the MustDie Firmware for WAP54Gs. Another…

Link WAP54G V3

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We have a bunch of these APs Linksys.com – Support/Technical Support/Downloads WAP54G – Wireless-G Access Point . One thing is the use of “hyperwap”:http://www.hyperwap.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=53 on it to give it more features. This is a version of Hyperwap based on the 3.04 firmware that is the latest from linksys. Apparently the DD-WRT firmware “works”:http://www.hyperwap.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=53&p=2 with both…

Linksys Diagnostics, Firmware Hacks and Intel Driver Updates

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OK, now that we’ve got our network basically working, we’ve run “DSL Reports”:http://dslreports.com/tools to figure out that we do have the speed, but it still doesn’t seem very responsive. There are also various attacks by different folks, so we need some sort of el cheapo monitoring software. There are quite a few of these utilities…