Installing DD-WRT -
geleem at bellsouth.net
Mon Aug 16 21:03:27 UTC 2010
On 08/16/2010 08:12 PM, paul wrote:
> On 08/16/2010 04:05 PM, g wrote:
>> now i will have someone to fall back on when i change my
>> linksys wrt54g. (gbwg)
> I setup dd-wrt on my wrt54gl a while back. I put it in as client
> bridged. I use it to plug in wired devices, then it is wireless back to
> my router, connected to my DSL modem..
> that way I don't have to have my wired desktop near my modem..
great. good to know you have success with dd-wrt also. now i will have
2 sources of help. :)
btw. i notice that you have a wrt54gl. are you aware that that there is
a difference in cpu as well as linux firmware?
i would not think cpu would make any difference, but curious if you may
be aware of anything.
> they have tutorials:
thank you for passing that link.
i have 50+ links for 'wrt' info. 20 for dd-wrt.com. when i checked above
link to see if i had it bookmark, i found that most of my 2009 links were
out dated. now i have something else to do. :(
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