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Wl Commands on a Linksys WRT54GL running DD_WRT.

Posted on 2009-04-01
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Hi

My situation is that I have over 100 wireless routers in different locations with the frameburst option enabled. This is causing probelms with user when they use a VPN or Skype.

I can access the command line throught  online management page so can easily use WL commands to change the routers settings.

my problem is that I can't find the right command  to turn off framburst permantly.

Thanks in advance

Greg
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The command should be just frameburst
It switches the frameburst between enabled and disabled.

You can check the DD WRT wiki for a complete command set.
http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

Using DD-WRT I would warn you for this: There is a new malware around attacking routers. DD-WRT routers are vurnable for this.
Check this: http://it.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=09/03/23/2257252&from=rss

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by:GregVenning
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Thankyou, that is very helpful. The next step is to put this into the start up so as the router reboots daily, I want the feature to be frameburst permantly disabled.

Also thankyou for the warning, I will investigate it further.

Regards

Greg
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If I recall this right: the command nvram commit should save the changes.

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by:GregVenning
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Thanks

I shall give it a try.

Regards

Greg
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