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    Netgear Router DD-WRT

    This is a discussion on Netgear Router DD-WRT within the Sky Broadband (Fibre) Help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I have been watching and reading the forums for some time but never registered but this time i need help ...

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      Netgear Router DD-WRT

      I have been watching and reading the forums for some time but never registered but this time i need help

      just upgraded to SFU and been given a SR102 and the wifi is poor. so i got myself a handme down BTO Huawei verison and a netgear WNDR3700v4

      i got DD-WRT installed on it and working fine yet i couldnt get a WAN IP at all and when using the killall udhcp command at startup an dnon found error was coming back.

      what can i do to get this to work as i dont want to use the SR102

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      Re: Netgear Router DD-WRT

      I swapped out my SR102 for a Hauwei Hg612 and a dd-wrt router a couple of days ago.

      First off I unlocked the HG612. Plenty of guides about how to do it. I used the No BT Agent GUI unlocked version of the firmware.

      Then I followed the guide for the SR101 and using Wireshark got my user name and password from my SR102.

      It was actually very straightforward, sounds pretty daunting but in reality it isnt.

      What exactly have you put into the commands part of dd-wrt?

      Setting up dd-wrt was exactly as the guides on here, no issues. I got a WAN ip quickly, before I had done the MAC address clone part.



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