14/09/2012 · If you are looking for a DD-WRT router to use for port forwarding and many other upgraded services, you can purchase one in our FlashRouters DD-WRT Routers Store. #1: Find your IP Address & Open the Router’s Admin Console. To determine the IP address of your router, use this simple step:

I'm using an e4200 @ DD-WRT v3.0-r27858 mega (09/28/15) and a TP-Link WR1043ND@ DD-WRT v3.0-r27858 std (09/28/15) (TP-Link as a repeater). I've found a bug in the access restrictions which was and still is independent on the router and version of DD-WRT installed on it (at least as far as I could test on those two routers). If all fields of "Website blocking by URL" and/or "Website blocking by I saw one site say it was around $86 on Amazon, but I checked and it's currently $159.99 on Amazon. I'd probably get the newer R7000P ($160.82 on Amazon). I've also seen the Linksys WRT3200ACM as a DD-WRT compatible router. This Linksys sounds more powerful than the Netgear R7000, but I've read at least one person has had issues with DD-WRT on it. blocking wireless clients from webgui does not work → blocking wireless clients from webgui does not work, cannot disable wireless GUI access r26125(?)+ (r35531, r335916+ tested) comment:15 by kernel-panic69, 2 years ago. still persistent in r36168. co 8/03/2013 · While there was a lot of work to perfect this procedure on my end, the inspiration for it was ignited by the guys over at the DD-WRT forum and some of the foundations of this guide can be found at “ad-blocking with DD-WRT revisited (simple)”, “pixelserv without Perl, without any jffs/cifs/usb free“ and “Flexion.Org Wiki on DNSmasq“ as well as others. Posted: Mon Feb 16, 2009 18:39 Post subject: ad-blocking with DD-WRT revisited (simple) I've been asked to start a new thread to get this add-blocking to work. I will make 2 seperate threads. One thread is a simple one. It will resolve all those nasty domains to an IP of your choice. In my example I will use but you can also change that I have tried to configure to block facebook for a specific IP range. No matter what I try there is no result. I am familiar with DD WRT on Linksys routers and with these I have been able to use the same settings to block facebook. I have a WZR-HP-AG300H. The router IS the gateway for my network. The router is not the DHCP or DNS server for my If it's the latter then you need to fix your internet connection which is a different matter not discussed here. If the WAN IP begins with 192.168.x.x, 172.[16-31].x.x, or 10.x.x.x then the router is behind another router that is also doing NAT. You must configure that router to either DMZ or port forward to the DD-WRT router.

For quite some time, access restriction does not. Indeed, all filters (blocking sites by URL or keywords, blocking of services) not working. I use Chillispot and the customer list (in access restrictions) I put IP LAN Chillispot eg it still does not work in 27734. Can you fix this? cordially

my two cents to this: url blocking is working fine so far, even website blocking. you may remove the "/" behind your url kurir-info, its NOT working with it. i am using kong 24200 on rt-n66u, but the mechanism should be the same for all routers ? my nvram vaiable is slightly different to miles: filter_web_url1=kurir-info< > I prefer to use DD-WRT installed ASUS router for providing Wireless internet access to my devices. To give some context, I am also starting to smart home-ification and will have around 12 devices. So, essentially I want two SSID networks (for normal clients and smart devices respectively) and the devices in both Wireless networks should be able to communicate with each other.

Most consumer based routers blocking schemes dont block HTTPS sites as far as I am aware of. Its more of a parental issue anyway. What you could do is simply block internet altogether after a

Ad-blocking with DD-WRT DD-WRT not sure if it will work with dd-wrt but might be worth taking a look. Back to top: redhawk0 DD-WRT Guru Joined: 04 Jan 2007 Posts: 11466 Location: Wherever the wind blows- North America: Posted: Tue Sep 18, 2007 14:01 12/06/2017 · The DD-WRT site has a thread about this topic here and here The quick and easy fix appears to be to disable, then re-enable wireless security. Disable. Once security was disabled wireless was working again (but no WAN IP) Enable. Originally I had TPIK for the WPA algorithm and wireless immediately stopped as soon as I re-enabled. I switched to For those looking for a complete list or search features by hardware specs we are working on extending the router database to provide these features. In the meantime there is the Supported Device List in the DD-WRT wiki that provides you most of these information. But please take care - everybody can edit the information there so we cannot 18/01/2013 · How to block websites, games, p2p, etc. with ddwrt DD-WRT capable routers I've personally used: https://amzn.to/2xx1gC5 Asus RT-AC68U https://amzn.to/2JgVVFo Belkin Play.