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toh:linksys:wrt160nl [2013/01/25 16:13]
gameboyrmh Added commands I used successfully for migrating from DD-WRT to OpenWRT.
toh:linksys:wrt160nl [2013/06/28 21:40] (current)
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|====== Linksys by Cisco WRT160NL ======||====== Linksys by Cisco WRT160NL ======|
|-||Atheros AP81 reference design with USB & 802.11 b/g/n WiFi.||+||Atheros AP81 reference [[design]http://moverslos-angeles.net/] with USB & 802.11 b/g/n WiFi.|
|===== Supported versions =====||===== Supported versions =====|
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|-||==== Migrate from DD-WRT to OpenWRT ====||+||===== Migrate from DD-WRT to OpenWrt =====|
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||4 | 0 ||||4 | 0 ||
|-||Port 4 is the internal/cpu port. Port 5 is probably unconnected.||+||Port 4 is the internal/cpu port. Port 5 (tagged 'CPU' in LUCI) is probably unconnected.|
|+||Note that, at least for 12.09, switch support seems to have issues: switch configuration changes don't "take" until a reboot, and when configuring tagged and untagged VLANs, outgoing traffic for the untagged VLAN is still tagged. This needs to be further investigated.|
|+||If you don't need the switch, consider swapping the WAN and LAN ports as eth1 is directly connected.|
|==== Failsafe mode ====||==== Failsafe mode ====|
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|===== Antenna =====||===== Antenna =====|
|-||The supplied short dipole antennas can be easily replaced with large omni or directional antenna.||+||The [[supplied]http://moverslos-angeles.net/] short dipole antennas can be easily replaced with large omni or directional antenna.|
|====== Other info ======||====== Other info ======|
|Original exploration thread https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=20298&p=1||Original exploration thread https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=20298&p=1|
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