Jun 12, 2006

Wireless Network Mode: Mixed (This should work on either G, B or Mixed). Wireless Network Name: Anything you like, though it must be identical in the La Fonera set up. I keep the default "dd-wrt" name. Wireless Channel: 1, 6 or 11 should work. Chose whatever is least used in your area. Others may work too, though are untested. I use 11. Best settings to use | MyOpenRouter I just tried the Shibby's tomato for a few days, overall the router's signal is much stronger. So I guess default signal power setting with dd-wrt is higher than tomato. So I flashed back to dd-wrt. Here is my settings, at least it is working. All AC devices tied to 5G1, N to 5G. DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - Easy setup: FON & 2SSID's Oct 03, 2006 DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - HOWTO: Client Bridged Mode Jun 12, 2006

OpenWrt Project: Bridged AP

I just tried the Shibby's tomato for a few days, overall the router's signal is much stronger. So I guess default signal power setting with dd-wrt is higher than tomato. So I flashed back to dd-wrt. Here is my settings, at least it is working. All AC devices tied to 5G1, N to 5G. DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - Easy setup: FON & 2SSID's Oct 03, 2006 DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - HOWTO: Client Bridged Mode

Dec 07, 2019

The main BSSID has access to the internet and to your local network. The second (virtual) BSSID only has access to the internet. Network Configuration: Bridged: That's not a typo! (see the part about resetting to factory default under "Flashing DD-WRT" above) and try the HowTo again. Be aware though that resetting your router to factory How to Set Up Static DHCP So Your Computer’s IP Address Jul 12, 2017 Setting up a wireless repeater with DD-WRT and Tomato Dec 20, 2015 dd-wrt virtual appliance ova - Casler