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Snufkin
24-03-2005, 20:46
To save time of most newcomers I wrote very simple step-by-step procedure for dummies :)
How to enable post processing in 1.9.2.7-CR4 firmware (http://wiki.wl500g.info/index.php/how%20to%20enable%20post%20processing%20in%201.9.2 .7-CR4%20firmware).

Everybody welcome to phpwiki @ Chupa.nl.

Yours,
Veteran Dummy :D

barsju
24-03-2005, 21:39
Very nice! Would have been very helpfull for me and perhaps saved me a couple of hours when i started out. :)

S.

Styno
24-03-2005, 21:46
Your post-boot commands should be in post-firewall IMHO.

Also, this info is in the WIKI allready....under the name of FlashfsBoot

tomilius
25-03-2005, 03:30
Heh... for a second I thought somebody had found a fancy video card on the router ;) ... Post-processing.

Nice. I think. But I haven't looked at it. Still...

Snufkin
25-03-2005, 05:54
... this info is in the WIKI allready....under the name of FlashfsBoot

I did not find any page in wiki which contains direct link to FlashfsBoot how to. :) May be I'm not very big friend of search button, who knows ...

Oleg
25-03-2005, 07:47
Your post-boot commands should be in post-firewall IMHO.

No, they're correctly placed both to post-boot (and being used BEFORE post-firewall is started) and subsequently would be executed by post-firewall, then firewall rules are get changed due to connect/disconnect.

Styno
25-03-2005, 07:53
I did not find any page in wiki which contains direct link to FlashfsBoot how to. :) May be I'm not very big friend of search button, who knows ...He, I didn't know the WIKI contained a search option...oh wait....it doesn't have a search button :p

Now seriously: The page is linked in most 'additional packages' pages.


No, they're correctly placed both to post-boot (and being used BEFORE post-firewall is started) and subsequently would be executed by post-firewall, then firewall rules are get changed due to connect/disconnect.Hmm, I don't understand that. Can you elaborate a bit more?

Oleg
25-03-2005, 08:28
Hmm, I don't understand that. Can you elaborate a bit more?
There are two WAN networks. One is something like intranet and accessible directly via WAN port (eth1) using a static address and the other one is internet, which is accessed via PPTP using ppp0 interface.
wl500g does not support two WAN interfaces at a time, so post-boot and post-firewall scripts should be used. eth1 routes/iptables entries should be created manually as firmware is only knows of ppp0. post-firewall script are get executed then ppp0 are coming up, which is delayed on startup (but we still need to use eth1), so we create this rule using post-boot. Once ppp0 is up, iptables content would be flushed and post-firewall script would be called to add the same entry.

Pirat
25-03-2005, 17:10
Hello!

Can I use this to start custom programs after booting or are this scripts called after every change of the WAN-Port (DHCP renew, ...)?

Styno
25-03-2005, 17:46
Can I use this to start custom programs after booting or are this scripts called after every change of the WAN-Port (DHCP renew, ...)?These scripts are called only once after booting.

Pirat
25-03-2005, 18:05
Thank You!