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frietpan [OpenWrt – First Login]
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 | {{:​meta:​icons:​tango:​dialog-information.png?​nolink}} | There is no preset password in OpenWrt! You need to set one at your first login per telnet or the WebUI. | | {{:​meta:​icons:​tango:​dialog-information.png?​nolink}} | There is no preset password in OpenWrt! You need to set one at your first login per telnet or the WebUI. |
  
 +|{{:​meta:​icons:​tango:​48px-dialog-warning.svg.png?​nolink&​24}}| **Pre-built trunk images do not come with any web interface or GUI**. You will only be able to login using the CLI, unless you install one yourself: [[doc:​howto:​luci.essentials|LuCI Essentials]] ​ |
  
 === Command-line Interface(CLI) === === Command-line Interface(CLI) ===
     * using Telnet (if you haven'​t already set up a password)     * using Telnet (if you haven'​t already set up a password)
-    * via SSH (employ [[wp>​PuTTY]] ​or [[wp>​WinSCP]] or ..); use the password you set during [[firstlogin|First Login]] +    * via SSH (employ [[wp>​PuTTY]] ​[[wp>​WinSCP]] or [[https://​wiki.gnome.org/​Apps/​HotSSH|HotSSH]]); use the password you set during [[firstlogin|First Login]] 
-    +
 === HTTP (using your web browser) === === HTTP (using your web browser) ===
     * if there is no WebUI (Web user interface) in the image, you can swiftly install one following this HowTo: **[[LuCI]]**     * if there is no WebUI (Web user interface) in the image, you can swiftly install one following this HowTo: **[[LuCI]]**
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 ===== OpenWrt System Default ===== ===== OpenWrt System Default =====
-Any freshly installed "[[wp>Vanilla_software|vanilla]]"​ OpenWrt Image, will start with these defaults: +{{page>:openwrt_system_default_features }}
-  * The internal interface **''​lan''​** and the wireless interface/​interfaces **''​wlan0''​** / **''​wlan1''​** are bridged together to **''​br-lan''​** +
-  * [[/​doc/​uci/​wireless|wifi]] is disabled +
-  * the IP address of the internal interface/​bridge of the OpenWrt-device is **''​192.168.1.1''​**''/​24''​ +
-  * [[wp>​dnsmasq]] is running; it allocates IP addresses in the range of ''​192.168.1.100 to .250''​ on the internal interface to connected hosts +
-  * [[wp>​dropbear]] does //not// accept connections +
-  * telnet daemon is running on standard port (23)+
  
-| {{:​meta:​icons:​tango:​dialog-information.png?​nolink}} | **<color green>​OpenWrt will keep booting into this state until you set a password:</​color>​** | 
  
  
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 ==== LuCI ==== ==== LuCI ====
 Open your browser and connect to the router at its default address (usually 192.168.1.1). Login using username ''​root''​ with an ''​empty password''​. Open your browser and connect to the router at its default address (usually 192.168.1.1). Login using username ''​root''​ with an ''​empty password''​.
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 +Make sure your browser accepts (session) cookies. LuCI login fails if password is set and session cookies cannot be accessed.
  
 Then click on the left in the top bar on //​Administration//,​ then go to //System// in the bar underneath. Then click on the left in the top bar on //​Administration//,​ then go to //System// in the bar underneath.
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 Your password is set now. Your password is set now.
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 +==== LuCI2 ====
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 +FIXME
  
 ==== X-Wrt ==== ==== X-Wrt ====
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