[WNYLUG-Users] Accessing my wireless router
mkoerner70 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 07:48:46 EDT 2012
There are many benefits to dd-wrt
Stability of running a linux-based, non-proprietary firmware.
VPN (Virtual Private Network) passthrough capabilities.
Advanced QoS (Quality of Service) controls for bandwidth allocation to
your various Network connections.
Adjustable antenna power to increase your wireless spectrum.
WDS wireless bridging /repeating protocol AKA the "Repeater Bridge"
mode, which allows you to easily expand your network using a second
Cycle your router from the Administration settings.
Built-in DNS (Domain Name System) caching - speeds up your connection to
an array of sites.
Viewable performance graphs and statistics to watch your network
performance and measure your bandwidth levels.
Configure the router as a Wi-Fi hotspot for your business or neighbors
with a verification page using the integrated Chillispot.
Radius Authentication for additional wireless security.
VLAN (Virtual Local Area Network) Support.
A functional DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server.
Create unique SSIDs (service set identifiers) when using multiple routers.
NAT (Network Address Translation) support.
Frame Bursting Capabilities.
Software support for the SD-Card hardware modification.
On 03/20/2012 01:57 AM, josephj at main.nc.us wrote:
> Hard reset on the router? I did several of those and now it works as HTTP
> and WPA (so I don't have have HTTPS and WPA2 (which I would like) at the
> moment.) So, how do you deal with broken certificates and where are they
> - on my notebook, in the router?
> As a home user (and relative newbie to networking), what advantage is
> there to dd-wrt?
>> You may have to do a hard reset (factory def) - Broken certificates can
>> hose your network, just clearing them does not work all the time.
>> did you ever update this router with dd-wrt? If not when you get it back
>> that should be your first move.
>> On 03/18/2012 02:12 PM, josephj at main.nc.us wrote:
>>> 1) I cleared my "regular" cache and that didn't do anything. How do I
>>> clear the certificate cache in Firefox 11?
>>> To try to get around that problem, I tried to access the router from
>>> (which I had not done before. It gave me quite a few transitory error
>>> messages that said something about a broken certificate chain and then
>>> settled on a message about not being able to access the page.
>>>> Clear your browsers cache certificates for that address.
>>>> I recently had to reset and reconfigure my wireless
>>>> router (WRT54G).
>>>> I followed the instructions at:
>>>> <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext"
>>>> I can use the Internet with no problems, but I can't access my router
>>>> (using a wireless connection) at
>>>> When I do, I get:
>>>> Secure Connection Failed
>>>> An error occurred during a connection to 192.168.1.1.
>>>> You have received an invalid certificate. Please contact the server
>>>> administrator or email correspondent and give them the following
>>>> Your certificate contains the same serial number as another certificate
>>>> issued by the certificate authority. Please get a new certificate
>>>> containing a unique serial number.
>>>> (Error code: sec_error_reused_issuer_and_serial)
>>>> The page you are trying to view can not be shown because the
>>>> authenticity of the received data could not be verified.
>>>> Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem.
>>>> Alternatively, use the command found in the help menu to report this
>>>> broken site.
>>>> It does not ask me for a password, etc.
>>>> What did I do wrong and how do I fix it?
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