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DD-WRT

DD-WRT is Linux-based firmware for wireless routers and access


DD-WRT
points. Originally designed for the Linksys WRT54G series, it now
runs on a wide variety of models. DD-WRT is one of a handful of
third-party firmware projects designed to replace manufacturer's
original firmware with custom firmware offering additional features or
functionality.

Sebastian Gottschall, a.k.a. "BrainSlayer", is the founder and primary


maintainer of the DD-WRT project.[2] The letters "DD" in the project
name are the German license-plate letters for vehicles from Dresden,
where the development team lived.[3] The remainder of the name was
taken from the Linksys WRT54G model router, a home router popular
in 2002–2004. "WRT", also used by the OpenWrt router firmware
project, comes from the generic abbreviation for "Wireless RouTer",
which may have been the original Linksys meaning.

Buffalo Technology and other companies have shipped routers with


factory-installed, customized versions of DD-WRT.[4][5] In January
2016, Linksys started to offer DD-WRT firmware for their routers.[6]

Contents
DD-WRT's Web interface
Features
Developer(s) Sebastian Gottschall /
Version history
NewMedia-NET
Router Hardware Supported
Initial release 22 January 2005[1]
See also
Stable release v24 SP1 (Build 10020) /
References
27 July 2008
External links
Preview release Constantly being updated in
beta form in forums or at
download1.dd-wrt.com/dd-
Features wrtv2/downloads/betas/
Among the standard features common to all versions of DD-WRT are: Type Router operating system
access control, bandwidth monitoring, quality of service, WPA/WPA2
License Various proprietary and free
(personal and enterprise), the iptables firewall, Universal Plug and
software
Play, Wake-on-LAN, Dynamic DNS, AnchorFree VPN, wireless
access point configuration, multipleSSIDs, overclocking, transmission Website www.dd-wrt.com
power control, and the ability to link routers. A telnet daemon is also
standard. A few examples of optional features are a wireless distribution system and support for RADIUS and XLink Kai networks.
DD-WRT's support for OpenVPN enables one to pass all network traffic through a virtual private network.[7][8]
DD-WRT was originally designed for
the Linksys WRT54G series, but now
runs on a variety of routers.

Version-specific features

Feature
Micro Mini Nokaid Standard VOIP VPN Mega[c]
(2 MB)[a] (4 MB) (4 MB) (4 MB) (4 MB) (4 MB)[b] (8 MB)

ChilliSpot
Web management over HTTPS
IPv6

JFFS2[b]
XLink Kai daemon
MMC & SD card support
NoCat
OpenVPN
PPTP client
radvd
RFlow (traffic information)
Samba/CIFS client
Milkfish SIP router
SNMP
Secure Shell daemon
Wiviz

a. "Micro" builds additionally require 128 kB ofCommon Firmware Environmentstorage


[9]
b. Smaller VPN JFFS builds are available for 4 MB units.
c. Only on DD-WRT v24
[10][11]
It is also possible to build a bespoke firmware package.

Version history
Version Release date Changes Refs
Initial release. Created as a branch of SveasoftAlchemy, which, in turn, is [12]
16 22 January 2005
based on the Linksys WRT54G firmware

22 25 July 2005 ? [13]

23 25 December 2005 Replaced the Alchemy kernel with theOpenWrt kernel [14]

In this service pack, much of the code was overhauled and rewritten during
23 SP 1 16 May 2006
the development of this release; many new features were added.
The interface was overhauled, and some new features were added. Some
23 SP 2 14 September 2006
additional router models are supported.
Allows up to 16 virtual interfaces with different SSIDs and encryption
protocols. It can run on some PowerPC, IXP425-based router boards,
24 18 May 2008
Atheros WiSOC, and X86-based systems. It can also run to some extent on
routers with low flash memory (ex.WRT54Gv8 or WRT54GSv7)
Critical DNS security fix for an issue indnsmasq, site survey security fixes,
longer passwords, and flexible OpenVPN configurations. It can also run on
24 SP 1 26 July 2008 additional hardware, including WRT300 v1.1, WRT310N, WRT600N, Tonze
AP42X Pronghorn SBC, Ubiquiti LSX and Netgear , Belkin, and USR
devices.
Since 2010, the DD-WRT developers have frequently published beta builds
Beta Varies for various routers. Some builds are considered very stable, while others do [15]
not work at all.

Router Hardware Supported


DD-WRT supports many different router models, both new and obsolete. This is a full list of currently supported models.[16] Known
incompatible devices are found here.[17]

See also
BusyBox
List of router firmware projects

References
1. "Alchemy branch v16 by BrainSlayer"(http://freewrt.narod.ru/). FreeWRT.Narod.ru. 22 January 2005. Retrieved
29 July 2012.
2. "About DD-WRT | www.dd-wrt.com" (https://www.dd-wrt.com/site/content/about). www.dd-wrt.com. Retrieved
2017-05-01.
3. "What is DD-WRT?" (http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/What_is_DD-WRT%3F). DD-WRT.com. Retrieved 2 April
2016.
4. "Buffalo Partners with NewMedia-NET"(https://web.archive.org/web/20080116185127/http://www .buffalo-technology.
com/press/releases/buffalo-partners-with-newmedia-net/) (Press release). 23 October 2007. Archived fromthe
original (http://www.buffalo-technology.com/press/releases/buffalo-partners-with-newmedia-net/)on 2008-01-16.
Retrieved 14 November 2007.
5. Gottschall, Sebastian [BrainSlayer] (29 October 2007)."Congratulations on the partnership w/Buffalo!" (http://www.d
d-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=121822&highlight=#121822) . Retrieved 14 November 2007.
6. DD-WRT Linux firmware comes to Linksys routers (http://www.zdnet.com/article/dd-wrt-linux-firmware-comes-to-links
ys-routers/) on zdnet.com by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols (January 5, 2016)
7. "DD-WRT Products, Pros & Cons"(https://www.yellowgurl.com/best-dd-wrt-routers-reviews/). yellowgurl. Retrieved
2017-02-19.
8. "All-in-One Guide to Choose and Set Up VPN On a DD-WR
T Router" (http://www.best-vpn.net/set-up-vpn-on-dd-wrt-
router). www.best-vpn.net. Retrieved 2018-02-03.
9. ftp.dd-wrt.com/others/eko/V24_TNG/svn18946/(ftp://ftp.dd-wrt.com/others/eko/V24_TNG/svn18946/)
10. Firmware Modification Kit(http://www.bitsum.com/firmware_mod_kit.htm) gives the user the ability to make changes
to a firmware image without recompiling the firmware sources.
11. "Best Router for DD-WRT firmware" (http://heatonc.com/best-dd-wrt-router/). HeatonC. Retrieved 2017-12-19.
12. "Alchemy branch v16 by BrainSlayer"(http://freewrt.narod.ru/). 22 January 2005. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
13. "Index of /stable/dd-wrt.v22/"(ftp://ftp.dd-wrt.com/stable/dd-wrt.v22/). 25 July 2005. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
14. "Index of /stable/dd-wrt.v23/"(ftp://ftp.dd-wrt.com/stable/dd-wrt.v23/). 25 December 2005. Retrieved 29 July 2012.
15. "ftp.dd-wrt.com/betas/"(ftp://ftp.dd-wrt.com/betas/). DD-WRT.com. Retrieved 2018-01-06.
16. "Supported Devices - DD-WRT Wiki" (https://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices). DD-WRT.com.
Retrieved 2018-01-25.
17. "Known incompatible devices - DD-WRT Wiki" (https://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Known_incompatible_device
s). DD-WRT.com. Retrieved 2018-01-25.

External links
Official website
DD-WRT software version control

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