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wireless on/off schedule wrt54g

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by plavko61, Aug 10, 2006.

  1. plavko61

    plavko61 Network Guru Member

    I have tested the wireless on/off button and i't wolde be cool to schedule wireless on/off. I sleep in the same room as my router :). Is it possible in future?
     
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    hmmm if your WRT can take a 3rd party firmware then your could setup a script to do this.

    I am just curious why you want to do it though? does the wireless signal keep you awake at nights when you goto bed? :rofl:
     
  3. jgutz20

    jgutz20 Network Guru Member

    wireless has always caused a ringing in my ear and nose bleeds... =)
     
  4. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    hmm but only when you sleep? personally if your health is being affected by the 2.4Ghz freq, i would not have anything that uses 2.4Ghz around me. have you thought about 11a (5ghz) or just Wired connections throughout the house.

    You will most likely only get worse, and health comes first!

    I hope your not boosting the wireless signal, it WILL damage some peoples health, and by the looks of it your the example that 2.4ghz can damage your health.
     
  5. cgondo

    cgondo Network Guru Member

    is this suppose to be sarcasm :)
     
  6. AliM

    AliM Network Guru Member

    Latest SP2 build of DD-WRT has this feature, called "radio timer" (Look under "Advanced Wireless" settings.)
     
  7. plavko61

    plavko61 Network Guru Member

    Thank's AliM i well try it.
     
  8. plavko61

    plavko61 Network Guru Member

    AliM can you recommend a dd-wrt v23 SP2 build, I have WRT54G v3.1 router and the 11. August 2006-2 frizzes every 10 min. Now am I testing 30.july 2006.
     
  9. mstombs

    mstombs Network Guru Member

    This is in the Hyperwrt forum Simon, and the wireless on/off button is a feature of the Thibor build!

    The timed on/off could easily be done with a cron job using the commands given on Thibor's site

    ifconfig eth1 down
    ifconfig eth1 up

    But I don't like the way the first one leaves my router's power light flashing! Yes I know this can be stopped with -

    led diag off
     
  10. plavko61

    plavko61 Network Guru Member

    With 30.july 2006 the same isue. I find out emule was the problem (set "IP Filter Maximum Ports" to 4096) now 30.july 2006 works fine.
     

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