108 reputation
3
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 3 months
seen Jun 21 at 14:26

Oct
29
awarded  Scholar
Oct
29
awarded  Supporter
Oct
29
comment Mirror network packets from WiFi to Ethernet in an ASUS Router RT N53
Thanks. OpenWRT up and running :)
Oct
29
accepted Mirror network packets from WiFi to Ethernet in an ASUS Router RT N53
Oct
24
comment Mirror network packets from WiFi to Ethernet in an ASUS Router RT N53
Can that be done with an OpenWRT firmware?
Oct
23
awarded  Student
Oct
23
asked Mirror network packets from WiFi to Ethernet in an ASUS Router RT N53
Jan
28
comment How can I 'link' one ethernet Network with a Wireless Network? (Linux)
Well, I remember a computer connected through ethernet to the DD-WRT router would still get the DHCP information from the Original AP (router). And from other wireless stations in the network I could access the computer through the IP address, so it didnt look like NAT at all.
Jan
26
comment How can I 'link' one ethernet Network with a Wireless Network? (Linux)
How does dd-wrt do it then? They don't use NAT when you set routers in AP Client mode.
Jan
26
comment How can I 'link' one ethernet Network with a Wireless Network? (Linux)
How do WiFi ap clients work then? I had an old Router with DD-WRT that used to do just that. I remember to configure the router as AP Client, and the ethernet ports would get connected to the WiFi Network.
Jan
26
comment How can I 'link' one ethernet Network with a Wireless Network? (Linux)
If I bridge them, my wireless interface stops being associated with the Access Point.
Jan
26
asked How can I 'link' one ethernet Network with a Wireless Network? (Linux)
Jul
24
comment Sharing a USB printer with IPP (internet printing protocol)?
No, I haven't done anything with cups. That's why I am asking. I don't know if CUPS is a good solution or not. But as I said, is like an embedded linux server, so cups may be too big.
Jul
24
asked Sharing a USB printer with IPP (internet printing protocol)?