SES Button Scripting Help

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by zerosc, Feb 1, 2007.

  1. zerosc

    zerosc LI Guru Member

    Are there any documentation (wiki, guide, etc) for SES Button scripting? I want to give it a try, could anyone give me some insight?

    Found the ones Thibor's website already. Basically, I'm trying use the button to change between WEP and WPA. Any suggestion of where to start looking/reading? I have little programming exp so maybe a suggestion of what to start reading up on.
  2. Turbe

    Turbe LI Guru Member

    Just curious, why would you want to be able to switch? Do you have one client that can only use WEP?

    I have a Windows Mobile device (Samsung i730) that only supports WEP. When I was using it on my network, I used a old B router connected to the switch of my main wireless network. I no longer use the i730 for that purpose and don't use that setup anymore.
  3. zerosc

    zerosc LI Guru Member

    I have a PSP (Playstation Portable) that can stream media from a PC. While the PSP can handle WPA, the software that runs on the PC to stream the media can only support WEP, for now. That's the reason i want to be able to switch it on the fly.
  4. Banzai27

    Banzai27 LI Guru Member

    some PSP games WEP only also

    I just helped someone setup their WRT & their fancy new seems some games that are out can use WPA, but others(Off Road Fury for example) only do WEP.
    Nintendo DS - is WEP only also. For his reason I have my SL set for WPA and a WRT-GS set to WEP on the same subnet, different channel, different SSID etc

    Sure would be neat to get 2 SSID's off of one WRT like the FON guys tried w/ DD-wrt and set one to WEP and one to WPA!

    I see a bad trend forming where people are turning off their encryption just so they can get their multiple devices to work...yikes...
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