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WRT54g Question....

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by spankdidly, Mar 3, 2006.

  1. spankdidly

    spankdidly Network Guru Member

    I want to know how to setup my router so that when someone connects to my router, they get my webpage. but the things is that I dont want the router to have access to the internet. So basically, A lone router, that people can connect to, and see my webpage hosted maybe from the router itself. Kinda like an advertisement. If people drive by my shop, they can connect and pull up my webpage and view things about the shop, but I dont want to host it online. ANY help is most appreciated!!!

    ~HMJ
     
  2. t4thfavor

    t4thfavor Network Guru Member

    there are people who have done it. pm jagboy he has and i have seen it done (hosted on ruter) or you can set a port forward to a server on your lan that people get when they connect.

    look up chillspot and other hotspot stuff
     
  3. spankdidly

    spankdidly Network Guru Member

    I have looked and found more info. dd-wrt looks to be the best one. I have tried ewrt, but it's kinda buggy. I'm just curious how much space would be left over on a WRT54G v2 router if I used the dd-wrt standard v23 firmware. And if i put a simple webpage hosted on the router, what would nocatsplash be set to? which directory? the /jffs directory? like nocatsplash homepage :/jffs?
    I'm not sure. Any help would be good.
     

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