Tag: dd-wrtMonitor Network Usage with MRTG and DD-WRT
January 26, 2010
I currently run DD-WRT on a Linksys WRT54GL. One of the great features of DD-WRT is its Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) functionality. You can setup a desktop to gather SNMP data from the router and provide it in nice graphical form.
First, you need to configure the router running DD-WRT:
After DD-WRT is configured, MRTG needs to be configured. All the commands below are run as root. A few may be Fedora specific, but the commands are easily adaptable for other Linux distributions.
DD-WRT Password Reset
August 06, 2009
I had SSH enabled on my router running DD-WRT v24 and my SSH key installed, allowing me to SSH into the router. However, I could not remember the password for the web interface. I used the instructions at http://www.righteoushack.net/?p=262 to reset the password by modifying NVRAM values using SSH.
Also see Emily & Aaron's Blog
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