I thought that after some time the cpu or memory could be heavily loaded but dd-wrt shows me that the cpu load is always at 10% and used memory is 40%. My current firmware is DD-WRT v24-sp2 (01/02/10) mini - build 13575M NEWD-2 K2.6 Eko.---- UPDATE --- I tested the router using IPerf with 2 wired computers and got 80Mbps. I think the ATA tag is usually used for the mass storage bus, but I'm pretty sure the WRT160N doesn't have an ATA bus. Or do you have a Vo IP telephone adaptor (Analog Telephone Adaptor) involved in your setup or something? And just rebooting DD-WRT does not restore the fully working state?Here I will explain the procedure that I followed and then a little about the experience that I had with different Firmware versions.After a little research I decided to use a modification of tomatousb by Toastman.You need to be specific on what router models, firewall models, etc. That will determine how easy it will be to setup policies, acls, authentication, etc.You can separate the networks yourself on the Cisco/Linksys [email protected]_Bizounours - the customer network is effectively a DMZ in this setup.
I used dd-wrt.v24-13575_NEWD-2_K2.6_mini_wrt160nv3 to begin with. OK, This is the procedure: 1)Do a hard 30/30/30 reset.
2)Then connect to the router web interface at 192.168.1.1, you should see the management page.
It takes some time until the router actually boots to the management mode . Use the upload link to load dd-wrt.v24-13575_NEWD-2_K2.6_mini_wrt160nv3to your router.
For the other models, authentication is not required when the router is in its factory default state but is required once the router has been configured using Cisco Connect software or configured manually.
This is because an HTTP service running on TCP port 52000, which is used by Cisco Connect for initial configuration, does not prompt users for credentials like the HTTP service running by default on TCP port 80 does.