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20th January 2010, 03:09 PM #1
Configuring Buffalo DD-WRT APs
The lastest Buffalo AirStation APs come with DD-WRT on them and I'm a bit confused as to how to setup their IP.
What I really want to do is set them to pick up a DHCP address from a reservation on the server.
I can get them to work by setting a static IP but I'm finding the WAN setup page confusing.
Anyone got one of these (or using DD_WRT on something else? ) and tell me what to do?
21st January 2010, 10:36 AM #2
- Rep Power
First you need to decide how you're going to connect your routers together. Check this link for info on that. I chose WDS since my routers are close to each other and I didn't want to use wires at all. Check the following links for information and tell us how it goes with you and which mode did you choose:
Linking Routers - DD-WRT Wiki
WDS multiple router setup - DD-WRT Wiki
25th January 2010, 07:19 AM #3
- Rep Power
I found my notes on configuring WDS on DD-WRT, thought it might be useful to you.
This is the configuration of the second router but the same settings applies from second till nth router.
I have changed every router SSID to different name for troubleshooting purposes but after I settled down on settings and everything was working probably I changed them all to the same SSID to let my users roam from one WAP to another without dropping the connection
connection type: disabled
router name: WDS1
Local IP Address: 10.15.0.2
subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
local dns: 10.15.0.1
assign wan port to switch : tick
DHCP server : disabled
Use DNAMasq for DHCP : untick
Use DNSMasw for DNS : untick
NTP client: enable
operation mode : Gateway
interface: lan & wlan
Wireless mode : AP
Wireless network mode: Mixed
Wireless Network Name: Hotspot2
Wireless channel : 6-2.437 GHz
Wireless SSID Broadcast : Enable
Network Config.: Bridged
security mode : Disabled
Wireless> Advanced Settings
CTS protection mode: disabled
Frame Burst: disable
AP Isolation : disable
LAN XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX MikroTik
LAN XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX WDS2
LAN XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX WDS3
SES/ AOSS button:
use this for turning off radio: Enable
Turn radio off at boot: disable
SPI Firewall : Disable
NAT / QoS> UPnP
UPnP Service : Disable
web access : Http
Enable Info Site: Enable
Infor Site Password protection
Info Site Mac Masking : Enable
Overclocking : 200 MHz
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