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I have Asus RT-AC87U and this happened to me too. I enabled under the Advance Settings → Administration → Authentication Method → just HTTPS. I thought that to log into my Router afterwards I just had to put in the URL bar the URL Address https://192.168.1.1 But instead it should be https://192.168.1.1:8443 or https://router.asus.com:8443.
Just flashed the firmware to 2.0 on my Linksys e2500, lost 5ghz band. I immediately re-flashed the same 2.0 firmware and regained my 5ghz band. seems to be doing good. Hope this helps to answer the re-flash question. Thanks all
SSH isn't included per version page. The router database confirms this only has 2MB & the peacock thread advises that it can only do micro. It advises (& other links below) you have to compress CFS to move to another version: http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=289931 http://dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Linksys_WRT54G_v8.0_%26_v8.2
DD-WRT support for 5.0 GHz is suspect. For some router versions there seems to be clear indication 5.0 GHz is not supported, for some it will NEVER be supported. Before wasting time with 5.0 Ghz, please try and find out if it is supported for your router of choice. Honestly, I could not get a clear answer, so I went with Tomato instead and have not looked ...
you can't specifically block domains in the way that you are suggesting, but you could try another approach. Use OpenDNS - Google this if it's new to you. You tell the router to use OpenDNS, and then ALL devices behind your router are protected. This is how I protect our home network. Chris
If your need is to allow people to download files and there is no need for authentication, then I would get a small board (like a Raspberry Pi) for 35 €. Plug your disk to it. I would install a Linux on it, run a web server like Nginx or Apache Web Server or Lighttpd, set the Linux firewall to only allow the port on which your web server is running, plug the ...
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