Dd wrt no internet
Dd-wrt tutorial – how to create a separate public guest
With my HTC One m9 Android 6 mobile, I’ve been attempting to resolve a wifi problem. My connection point is an older Netgear WAG102. It has WPA-2 AES protection and is 802.11g, 2.4 GHz. I’m unable to bind my phone to it. Any other access point I’ve tried connects to the phone, but not this one. What’s more amusing is that my coworker’s LG G5 running Android 6 connects to it without problem, as do iPhones and laptops, but NOT MY PHONE! I’m aware that there are alternatives, such as replacing the access point. Is there any reason it won’t bind to this AP in particular? It’s driving me nuts. It simply tries to bind and then disconnects. I’m right next to it, so signal isn’t a problem. Has the most recent firmware. Instead of WPA2, I tried WPA. Nothing is able to bind it. I’ve even tried using a static IP instead of DHCP on the phone. Nothing has changed.
When you’re having trouble linking your HTC One M9 to your mobile data or Wi-Fi network, as well as Bluetooth devices, reset the network settings.
Tap > Settings > Backup & Restore from the Home screen.
Reset the network settings by clicking on it.
Reset the settings by pressing the Reset button.
Reset the settings by pressing the Reset button.
Dd-wrt client mode setup
I can get internet access if I disconnect the router and plug the cable directly into my device, meaning that the dd-wrt program isn’t doing its job. However, I’ve never used the dd-wrt app before and have no idea what to look for. It seemed easy enough to me.
Router firmware is usually installed into DSL modems. They’re usually hardcoded to only give out a single internal IP address to any connected device. Instead of an external IP address like 22.214.171.124 or something like that, you’ll normally see an address like 192.168.2.1 or something similar coming out of the DSL modem (I just created that randomly… I apologize to the holder of that address, whomever it may be… if anyone). That is, if you look at the IP address assigned to the device connected to the DSL modem, you’ll notice that it’s a Private Network address.
This means that when you link a router to a DSL modem, you’ll almost always have to manually allocate the Private Network’s gateway address to the router… if not the internal IP address as well.
Dd-wrt – basic configuration
There is nothing special about those data, and wireless is bridged to wired, so there should be no difference. I’d try to figure out why the wifi devices aren’t connecting to the internet: is it a DNS issue? or has all traffic been halted? Are you able to connect to the router?
Examine your firewall rules to see if the DHCP ports 67-68 have been closed. If you did (for example, when configuring a new WIFI network, certain ports are not allowed by default via the firewall), the clients will connect but not receive an IP address, resulting in “no internet.”
Plex is unfamiliar to me, but does it use multicast in some way? If this is the case, igmp snooping must be allowed in your network configuration file on all LAN bridges/interfaces. This ensures that only the machines that are currently using the multicast traffic receive it. If this option is not activated, multicast packets will be transmitted across all interfaces. This is particularly problematic when using a wifi link. They become incredibly sluggish for others, and multicast traffic totally kills the wifi link for others (including myself). If Plex is disabled, see if the problem continues. If disabling Plex resolves your problems, try enabling igmp snooping by adding the following to (all) of your LAN interfaces:
A quick troubleshooting guide no internet access in dd-wrt
Hello, and thank you for responding. I’m not sure why I forgot to include that line in the firewall. However, after I added it, the internet did not immediately function. So I tweaked a few settings and it now seems to be running. My only worry now is how can I be confident that all of my phone web surfing is going through the VPN tunnel? Thank you, John Freddie made this message. iptables (Internet Protocol Tables) -I INVEST INVEST INVEST INVEST INVEST I 1 -p udp —dport 1194 -j ACCEPTiptables -I INPUT 1 -p udp —dport 1194 1 -p udp —dport 1194 1 -p udp — 1 —dport 1194 -j -p tcp I FORWARD ACCEPTiptables 1 -j 192.168.5.0/24 —source I FORWARD ACCEPTiptables 1 -j ACCEPTiptables -I FORWARD —source 192.168.0.0/24 -i br0 -o tun0 -j -i br0 -o tun0 -j -i br0 – iptables -I FORWARD -i tun0 -o br0 -j ACCEPTiptables -I FORWARD -i tun0 -o br0 -j ACKNOWLEDGE http://www.dd-wrt.ca/wiki/index.php/VPN (the easy way) v24 percent 2Bhttp://www.dd-wrt.ca/wiki/index.php/VPN (the easy way) v24 percent 2B>http://www.dd-wrt.ca/wiki/index.php/VPN (the easy way) v24 percent 2B> The Configuration File for the Server 1. The Local Area Network (LAN) (192.168.54.0 here) The WAN is number two (Internet) 3. The private OpenVPN routing network (192.168.66.0 here) The Script for the Server Firewall To get started, go to Administration > Commands are a type of command. Replace 1194 with youriptables in these text “commands” for the Firewall. -I INPUT 1 —source 192.168.66.0/24 -j ACCEPTiptables -I FORWARD 1 —source 192.168.66.0/24 -j ACCEPTiptables ACCEPT# The following two lines may or may not be needed.