raymond at wagnerrp.com
Tue Nov 22 22:01:50 UTC 2011
On 11/22/2011 15:56, Harry Devine wrote:
> I have a Linksys WRT54G router, and the firmware on it doesn't support
> DHCP reservation by MAC, which I'd like to do to give my original HDHR
> and HDHR Prime static IP addresses.
The alternatives as per the setup guide would be using autodetected
addresses with 0.25, or doing the database edits to use autodetected
addresses with 0.24. Of course, one is recommended against for
everyone, and the other is recommended against unless you intend to
closely follow development. Either way, autodetected addresses would
mean MythTV doesn't care where the HDHRs are located.
Personally, I've got three WRTs running dd-wrt just so they can function
as dumb access points rather than routers, but I don't see the purpose
of hacking them to run additional network applications on them. There's
just a severe limit to what you can do with a couple hundred MHz of MIPS
and a couple MB of flash.
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