[TriLUG] Anybody using DD-WRT?
hobie at mail.com
Thu Jul 31 23:54:50 EDT 2008
They were taking it out according to your thread, but it got me looking
at the code that contained it as a default:
Found via google, it starts wierd (comments in the head of the file
don't mention licensing, but do talk about being created by Broadcom),
and the #IFDEFs in this thing are a hodgepodge of nastiness. It may be
they make special build options for people who use various service
heading comments from:
* Router default NVRAM values
* Copyright 2001-2003, Broadcom Corporation
* All Rights Reserved.
* THIS SOFTWARE IS OFFERED "AS IS", AND BROADCOM GRANTS NO WARRANTIES
* KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, BY STATUTE, COMMUNICATION OR OTHERWISE.
* SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
* FOR A SPECIFIC PURPOSE OR NONINFRINGEMENT CONCERNING THIS SOFTWARE.
* $Id: defaults.c,v 1.11 2005/11/30 11:53:42 seg Exp $
The addresses are now only found in an ifdef for something called HAVE_GGEW.
Not sure what to make of it, but it was interesting reading.
Brian Daniels wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 04:10:38PM -0400, John Wheeler wrote:
>> What services do you have turned on for this setup? Have you modified
>> the default options much?
> A bit. I set up port forwarding, and OpenVPN. Wpa key and passwords. Dyndns.
> Nothing really unusual other than the vpn, and that was just pasting keys into
> the web interface. I haven't made any changes through ssh, everything was done
> with the web interface.
> I've made a post on their forums:
> and found another user reporting the same issue earlier in the month. He got a
> bogus reply about it being for pinging, and no one followed up further.
> I'll post back here if I learn more, but I'm not using DD-WRT for the moment.
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