I have added the router in the Supported Devices wiki page as a work-in-progress and also sent an email to Brainslayer requesting official dd-wrt support for it and referring him to this thread. _________________ Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!
Ok, I guess I will upload it:
Basically, stock DD-WRT for DIR-825 with last byte changed. You can download the original and use a hex editor to change the very last byte to be the number 1 in ASCII instead of 0.
1. Plug computer into port #1, set computer IP to 192.168.10.2, and make sure port speed is not gigabit or it will hang at uploading.
2. Hold down reset button while powering on the device for 30 secs.
3. Visit http://192.168.10.1/ and upload the file above.
4. Reset network to use DHCP, router will be at http://192.168.1.1
Last edited by zivan56 on Wed Nov 23, 2011 8:16; edited 1 time in total
I just installed your copy in my TEW-673GRU and all work really great except one thing.
I have activated the USB support in the firmware but I can't connect to my usb device with "Trendnet usb control center utility" It' the trendnet app to connect to usb device.
I also try to install Dlink app "Shareport utility" and I can't connect my usb device too.
Have you some suggestions?
IlyaE, I take a snap shot of NAS section in my router. It look like it's supported...
Not really. There are some instructions on the wiki on how to do it.
Most, if not all, questions asked in this topic are not specific to this device, but the DD-WRT build/version. So you will have better luck asking in the general forum (or doing a search there).
I did not write or contribute any code to DD-WRT to make the TEW-673GRU work. For all intents and purposes, you have a DIR-825 when you install DD-WRT on the router.