toh:hwdata:mikrotik:mikrotik_rbsxt5ndr2_sxt_lite_5. Techdata: MikroTik RBSXT5nDr2 (SXT Lite 5) Usage. IMPORTANT : Edit this page only via the LEFT edit button below the box. After editing, please enter a short summary of your edit: Which field has been changed? (e.g. Ethernet 100M ports)
- DD-WRT router is connected to your main home router via wi-fi or ethernet. - The Internet can been accessed through your DD-WRT router via wi-fi or ethernet from your desktop computer. - DD-WRT router has a local IP address of 192.168.1.1. - Main home router has a different LAN subnet (e.g. 192.168.0.1). DD-WRT Wiki & User forum. Currently the main sources for more detailed information are the Wiki and the User forum. While the wiki contains step by step instructions how to setup DD-WRT the forum is a place for direct communication with DD-WRT users. It allows the exchange of information and experiences. Mikrotik / Atheros: bootloader: MikroTik RouterBoot (Rescue- and Main-Bootloader) Default Operating System : MikroTik RouterOS v4, Level5-license : System-On-Chip: Atheros AR7130 : CPU/Speed : MIPS 24Kc 300 MHz: Flash-Chip : Samsung NAND 64MiB 3,3V 8-bit: Flash size : 64 MiB NAND-Flash : RAM DD-WRT Novice Joined: 04 Feb 2009 Server is WRT350N running on v2.4 TNG build 13309 and client is MikroTik router. So when I connect my WRT get this: Code: Firmware: DD-WRT v24 RC1 or RC3 NoKaid ( dd-wrt.v24_generic_nokaid.bin v24 RC1 (08/22/07) or RC3 ). Other versions allowing dual SSID and chillispot support should work depending on bugs, and versions without JJFS2 space (eg. Standard) can also be used but see Without JFFS at the end of the guide for slight changes in setup. RC1 and RC3 NoKaid Download DD-WRT. We can only recommend build 22118 or later (coovachilli based dd-wrt). Following versions are supported: mini_hotspot (broadcom_K26 non-nv60k , non-nv64k!), nokaid, standard, big or mega. Other versions (like mini or micro) don't contain the hotspot module so they cannot be used for hotspot purposes.
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Alternatives to RouterOS (RB951G-2HnD) : mikrotik Over the years we have installed a number of Mikrotik devices at various client sites and would like to be alerted when they go down. Because a handful of them are behind dynamic IP addresses, it would make more sense for them to do an outbound fetch versus responding to an inbound ping, then the server hosting the fetched string could send us an alert email if any given Mikrotik hasn't
Brands - Custom Flashed DD-WRT & VPN Privacy App WiFi Routers
I STFW a bit for a tutorial or a blog article or wiki entry or whatever on how to configure one of Mikrotik's little white boxes with five ethernet ports and a wireless interface to use both the wireless and the ethernet port to provide the WAN interface for internet connectivity (ideally, I'd like to the wireless to shut off if the ethernet