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WRTs go openwrt

The other day I compiled openwrt in the lab and have it running very nicely on the APs I’m testing for the flats installation. It’s a very manual set-up, but once configured it works really well and does exactly what we need. It generally seems quicker and more stable then the older sveasoft satori releases we were using, but minus the webconfig.

2 Responses to WRTs go openwrt

  1. matt August 4, 2004 at 8:35 pm #

    We dont want nocat or such on the ap’s theirselfs, they do alot of work as it is and only have limited cpu/ram/flash. We can impliment some from of login, maybe nocat, on the gateways easily enough. This would also leave the internal side of our network free easy and open to connect to.

  2. sean August 1, 2004 at 10:24 pm #

    Doesn’t do nocatauth though!

    Seriously though, we are going to have to lockdown access to the flats AP fairly soon, when it becomes widely known about, or at least make people ask us whether they can use it and limit IPs, is that doable with openwrt? Looks like it is.