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Re: [LUG] tomato/linksys router
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- Subject: Re: [LUG] tomato/linksys router
- From: Rhia Knowles <rhiadratech@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 9 Jul 2010 11:29:24 +0100
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Is the Tomato router set to pick up an IP address Via DHCP at present?
Is the 02 offering capable of providing this?
If it is I would start by allowing it to provice a DHCP IP for tomato
initially, with no security and a nice visible and unique SSID. Just
making sure it's "known" kinda thing.
Also changing the channels for the O2 jobber might help, if its
defaulting to a noisy channel.
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