Entering MAC for WDS

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by imageroc, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. imageroc

    imageroc Network Guru Member

    I was Wondering When You enter the MAc address

    wl lazywds 0
    wl wds AA:AA:AA:AA:AA:AA

    Do you use the colons or is everything entered verbatim as above?
    Because I got my WRT54g and WRT54GS to bridge for a second then I messed with the mac on one router now I cannot get them to connect at all any more...
  2. imageroc

    imageroc Network Guru Member

    I fix

    WEll Everything seems fine now What I did is enable SSID Broadcast that seem to be the problem and if anybody else is wondering I used colons in the mac...

    another question I had is What if I need more than one MAC on the start script: how would I right that???
  3. Celeron

    Celeron Network Guru Member

    You need to enter the MAC addresses with a colon seperating each pair, as you mentioned. To enter more than 1 MAC address just seperate the addresses with a space, as such:


    I haven't tested this, but that is the syntax given by the command.

    Also, I don't have SSID broadcast on on my setup and everything works fine. This is with 2 WRT54G version 2s. I would suggest resetting both routers to factory defaults and starting again with a fresh config.
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