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    Yea, its still in development for my router see this thread http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtop...d0ad416d9039cb im hoping it will be out soon, i have only heard good news about it except for the two or three people that got bricked in that thread from the current version of it.


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    Just installed dd-wrt on my router even though the dd-wrt wiki says it's not yet officially supported. I decided to go for it because the chipset is a Broadcom BCMB83A which is a supported chipset. So far so good, the compatibility with freeDNS works flawlessly however I'm not having much luck getting my VPN working with it yet. I can still connect manually via network connections however no luck with getting it working as a connection type from dd-wrt. I'm sure I'm missing something that I'll figure out some other time lol.

    P.S. Anyone looking to use VPN over PPTP should be aware that the default security settings in dd-wrt automatically blocks all PPTP connections. You will have to go to the security tab ->VPN Passthrough and enable PPTP Passthrough to make it work.



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    Really? I just installed dd-wrt on mine yesterday. Was gonna wait a bit before posting the results to check how its working, and its working great.
    Heres the uptime screen

    The main reason i installed dd-wrt (before you go bad link, why you use so much in such little time im downloading the zombie maps, i think i already got past my 20gb limit this month, but im not sure)

    and heres just something i found cool, donno if the check box works or its just sitting there to look pretty


    Also, my ps3 constantly gets higher signal, it would have 35% or so before but after i doubled the power intake, its 95-100% at all times.


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    I kind of what to boost the signal of my 5ghz band. I only have 60% signal strength compared to 95% 2.4 ghz but I am the only one that can see and access the 5ghz band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermasterpig View Post
    I kind of what to boost the signal of my 5ghz band. I only have 60% signal strength compared to 95% 2.4 ghz but I am the only one that can see and access the 5ghz band.
    5ghz currently doesn't work on dd-wrt, or atleast on the current version that our routers support i may be wrong tho
    this is what someone said http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtop...r=asc&start=75
    E2500
    I found this problems:
    1. 40MHz doesn't work, radio works on 20MHz, even if you select and set it 40MHz.
    2. 5GHz radio isn't recognized
    3. Maximum n speed is set to 144Mbit/s because of 20MHz radio limit.
    4. Channel selection is sometimes not working correctly, if user selects 40MHz upper Channel 5 it switches to channel 7 20MHz only.
    And silly me, i put my ISPS name when it was asking where i wanted to get my time and date setting from.
    Last edited by LiNkZoR; 04-26-2012 at 06:27 PM.


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