I had done something similar a couple of years ago, using DD-WRT firmware to created a wireless ethernet bridge and it was a massive headache. I'm hoping it will be less of a headache to do using Tomato. However, I'm having trouble finding easy-to-follow documentation on how to do this. So I would really like some guidance from the experts here.
For those looking for a complete list or search features by hardware specs we are working on extending the router database to provide these features. In the meantime there is the Supported Device List in the DD-WRT wiki that provides you most of these information. But please take care - everybody can edit the information there so we cannot Dec 14, 2009 · I am not sure if it is possible, but I would like to configure a wireless SSID so that it can be used by the public and they can not see the servers connected to the wired ports on my WRVS4400N router. I have the primary SSID setup and working fine for my office. Everyone can attach and use the se Nov 29, 2018 · Note: The default IP address of the WRVS4400N is 192.168.1.1 and the default username and password are "admin". If you forgot the IP address, username or password of the router, you can press and hold the Reset button on the back of the router for 30 seconds. The WRVS4400N consist two CPU's with different architectures ARM-9202 and ARM-9109. But yes I also found out that the internet access from WLAN devices is 10 % faster. I changed nothing in the code for the ARM 9109 CPU except the explained compiler options. This CPU is only responsible for boot and for the traffic from the WLAN to the internet. Jan 27, 2007 · From the dd-wrt forum: "The WRVS4400N is really fascinating. It is based on two SoCs from Star Semi (9109 + 9202, both ARM9 based), the Vitesse VSC7385 Gigabit and the Marvell TopDog draft-n WLAN chipset. May 31, 2020 · DD-WRT is the most popular a Linux based alternative OpenSource firmware, it is suitable for a great variety of WLAN routers and embedded systems. The main emphasis lies on providing the easiest possible handling while at the same time supporting a great number of functionalities within the framework of the respective hardware platform used. About DD-WRT Wiki | Disclaimers | Powered by MediaWiki | Design by Paul Gu
My WiFi router is a WRT310N running DD-WRT v24. I want to use it as an AP only and let the pfsense box handle all the routing and firewalling. In pfsense I created a tagged VLAN and assigned it
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There's nothing *wrong* with it, but I am interested in something that either comes preinstalled with DD-WRT, or is well supported (ie easy to install on) by DD-WRT. I plan on selling the E3200 once I find something to replace it. My requirements:-Gigabit-5 GHz (I have a file server/HTPC; I don't want to be limited to gigabit ethernet)
About DD-WRT Wiki | Disclaimers | Powered by MediaWiki | Design by Paul Gu I'm just bought the Cisco (Linksys) WRVS4400N Wireless-N Gigabit Security Router - VPN v2.0. I'm trying to configure it to provide a remote access using VPN to a PC within LAN. WRVS4400N is attached to a ADSL modem. First I registered it to dyndns.org to get a "fixed" IP with success. Then I created a VPN user, again with success. If DD-WRT ever creates firmware I'll flash it, if not it's going to sit on the shelf. Sorry Cisco Support but this router is a complete failure with the current firmware. 6 people found this helpful Jul 07, 2017 · Please check out the DD-WRT Wiki pages below for more information before performing a hard reset and make sure you follow their instructions because otherwise you might permanently damage and Tomato is a small, lean and simple replacement firmware for Linksys' WRT54G/GL/GS, Buffalo WHR-G54S/WHR-HP-G54 and other Broadcom-based routers. It features a new easy to use GUI, a new bandwidth usage monitor, more advanced QOS and access restrictions, enables new wireless features such as WDS and wireless client modes, raises the limits on maximum connections for P2P, allows you to run your