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How to setup private network using 2 routers with the following setup, one with ddwrt: internet modem > router > router?

I just purchased a DDWRT router with ddwrt v24 installed. Now I have a regular netgear router (R6300) that is connected to an internet cable modem. Internet Cable Modem > Netgear Router > DDWRT ...
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OpenVPN DHCP server issue

I've worked through the tutorial listed at http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/VPN_(the_easy_way)_v24%2B. I have dd-wrt running on my router with the OpenVPN server daemon running. I'm running in ...
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IP reservation valid beyond DHCP

In my home network, can I reserve a certain IP to a specific device, preventing that it can be assigned to other devices? Usually routers allow IP reservation on DHCP, but if someone changes the ...
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DDWRT: Is it possible to define the same ip for two different Mac-Addresses?

Is it Possible to configure ddwrt in such a way, that the dhcp server leases the same static ip (in my case 192.168.2.1) and hostnames for two different mac-adresses? I have ethernet and wifi in my ...
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Home Router (DD-WRT) and using DMASQ for a host via dynamically assigned via DHCP

I have a home Home Router (DD-WRT) and I want to be able to look up machines via hostname. However, I would like to do this with machines where the IP Address id dynamically given via DHCP. Example ...
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Running a DHCP Server on DD-WRT in “Repeater Bridge” mode?

I am currently running a Linksys WRT160N router on DD-WRT set up as a "Repeater Bridge". It currently serves to rebroadcast my Virgin Mobile MiFi's WiFi through this router, hence broadcasting a more ...
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How can I tell DD-WRT DHCP to assign same IP to the same device?

I installed DD-WRT mini image on my router. I have a board that gets rebooted a lot(development device). It is very frustrating that my board keeps getting different addresses every couple of reboots. ...
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Is there a reason to manually set an IP vs setting DHCP to assign a specific IP?

I'm running on a DDWRT'd (Linksys) router. I want to have static IPs on a few of my machines for port forwarding and tracing. I'm wondering if there are any benefits to one method over the other -- ...
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No internet connection when connected via wi-fi, but fine via ethernet (DD-WRT)

I just bought a new router and installed DD-WRT on it. When I connect to the router via wi-fi, I cannot get an outside internet connection (and in fact, can not connect to the router admin interface ...
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DDWRT serving additional DNS servers instead of just the router's IP

I have a DD-WRT router set up with DNSMasq to resolve certain domains to internal addresses and pass everything else thru. The router itself is configured to use Google's public DNS servers to resolve ...
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DD-WRT Seperate WLAN from LAN

I tried separating my WLAN from the lan following this tutorial. Unfortunately after the settings are changed, DCHP on the WLAN isn't working any more. I guess it may have to do with incorrect ...
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Is there a better way to get dd-wrt to ignore my ISP's 3rd DNS server?

My ISP's DHCP server specifies 3 DNS servers that provide ads on mistyped domain names. I'm using a third party DNS provider that only has 2 DNS servers, but unless I put something in the third box ...
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DD-WRT: DNSMasq expand-hosts not working

I have a Linksys router running DD-WRT (Firmware: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (09/08/09) mini). I have it successfully resolving the DNS names for my DHCP-assigned systems, but only when I fully-qualify those ...
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Does a router know not to hand out static IP addresses to other devices?

I set a computer on my network to use a Static IP address Shutdown the computer so its not on and not connected to the network Question: How does my router know not to hand out that IP address to ...