Web Gui is not working for me over https neither on LAN or WAN. Tested build 25179 and 25203 Tried an factory reset already. When i take a look over ssh and i see the http service "http -p 80" running. No service is running or listening on Port 443, when i take a look with netstat -tan
DD-WRT is a custom firmware for routers, it offers OpenVPN protocol support and is available on a wide variety of routers. You can check if your router supports DD-WRT firmware here. The DD-WRT router has another WAN that is connected to another network 10.5.5.0 and either I do NAT or not (Gateway mode or Router mode), has the same problem. Everything is working fine, but if the network 10.5.5.0 that the WAN for DD-WRT router is connected goes down, I will not be able to access to the WebGui anymore untill the 10.5.5.0 * Clearly explain what you have done and what happened, or what you want to do (e.g. network drawings, serial bootlogs, whatever that could be usefull). Remember that we are not there to see what is happening, so you have to describe it in detail. But no stories of life plz. * Post screen shots of the relevant pager of the dd-wrt web-interface. My router (wrt160nV3), is experiencing this same issue in BrainSlayer build 23320 (dd-wrt.v24-23320_NEWD-2_K2.6_openvpn_small.bin). If I telnet and check wl status, the interface is showing "Mode: Ad Hoc" not Managed. A quick wl down and wl up returns the WiFi to working order. Hi all. I'm working with a WRT54Gv8 and yesterday I installed DD-WRT via the web interface+tftp (linksys tftp tool) method and BrainSlayer's files. I got success messages from both the web interface upload and the tftp update but I cannot access the router. Here's the current situation: Jul 01, 2020 · How to setup and configure PPTP on DD-WRT. It is very easy to configure a VPN on DD-WRT. By default, most VPN providers offer the PPTP protocol. Let’s see how to setup and configure it. First, you need to go to Services — VPN in the web-interface of the router. The box in front of PPTP Server must be in Enable mode. Disable the Broadcast Oct 12, 2018 · Something was using all of my upstream bandwidth, wasn’t sure what device or who it was (had friends over). To get to the bottom of it quickly, a simple command can be run from the DD-WRT web-based gui that will show all network connections on your DD-WRT router. Just follow these 5 easy steps below: 1. Login to your router’s web interface. 2.
Sep 14, 2012 · Different DD-WRT builds may have a different interface. On the most recent builds, navigate to the NAT/QoS and you will find an array of port-related options including Port Forwarding , Port Range Forwarding , Port Triggering , & UPnP .
Oct 12, 2018 · Something was using all of my upstream bandwidth, wasn’t sure what device or who it was (had friends over). To get to the bottom of it quickly, a simple command can be run from the DD-WRT web-based gui that will show all network connections on your DD-WRT router. Just follow these 5 easy steps below: 1. Login to your router’s web interface. 2.
I've just installed DD-WRT on an old router I had laying around. Router was working fine and web admin was accessible through 192.168.1.1. I just installed DD-WRT and the firmware was flashed successfully. I can now sucessfully connect to SSID ddwrt, but I am unable to access the router admin interface to change the default settings.
3.5 Why do I only get blank pages when I try to change a setting in the web interface and hit apply? 3.6 Why can't I save any changes after flashing to DD-WRT? 3.7 How do I clear the NVRAM? Reset to factory/firmware defaults? Cold reboot? 3.8 After upgrading to DD-WRT, my Internet doesn't work anymore! 3.8.1 Help! My Internet still does not work! Nov 23, 2011 · I’ve been using DD-WRT (and other variants as Open-WRT, Tomato, etc. depending on the device) for quite a while and every now and then I need to re-enable the web-interface from the command line. For instance I found the web-interface not responding even thou it was enabled so I wanted to reinitialize it. From the dd-wrt wiki: If for some reason you completely lost web access to the router, the web server (HTTP daemon) may be shut down. To regain access try starting the web server. SSH or telnet into the router and enter the following commands: httpd -h /www. This forum thread gives all to gory details about enabling/disabling the web interface.