Toastman for WRT54GL

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by cartoonle, Sep 21, 2012.

  1. cartoonle

    cartoonle Serious Server Member


    I'm trying to set up a guest wifi with access only to internet. LAN must be inaccessible to guest wifi users. For access point i will use linksys WRT54GL router with Tomato firmware. I found a tutorial which recommends Toastmans firmware upgrade to achieve this.
    Is this a good solution? I really need to prevent LAN access to guest wifi users... And which file to download from here

    Please help, i'm new at this...
  2. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

  3. cartoonle

    cartoonle Serious Server Member

    That means if i enter MAC addresses in access point, only those devices will be able to access LAN behind the access point?
  4. cartoonle

    cartoonle Serious Server Member

    Problem! I've installed your firmware and at the beginning it worked fine. But after hard reset (holding reset button for 5 sek) i can't connect to it's interface anymore. The computer also doesn't receive IP address.What to do???
  5. ntest7

    ntest7 Network Guru Member

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  6. cartoonle

    cartoonle Serious Server Member

    Btw ntest7, you were right about that problem.

    Now i have some new problems. :rolleyes: WiFi AP is blocking access to some sites, but i don't have any access restrictions enabled. What could be the cause?
  7. Arghtastic

    Arghtastic Networkin' Nut Member

    What message do you get on those blocked? could be blocked by your DNS provider.
  8. cartoonle

    cartoonle Serious Server Member

    No, it's the AC, because before it those pages are opened normally. It looks like problems are with https. I'm noticing that only https pages are having problems. I don't get any messages, it just keeps opening them, but they are never opened.
  9. cartoonle

    cartoonle Serious Server Member

    Is there really nobody that would know why my router is blocking https?
  10. Monk E. Boy

    Monk E. Boy Network Guru Member

    After installing Toastman, did you do a "erase all data in NVRAM (thorough)"?

    Admin -> Configuration I think.
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