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    That is EXACTLY what I would like to do. I've...

    That is EXACTLY what I would like to do. I've searched the Internet in a vain, I just can't find any information about someone who has succeeded in doing this.

    Any progress for you yet?
  2. Solution

    I thought I found a solution and made a syslogd.conf file where I just told syslogd to put all crond messages into /dev/null

    However it became clear to me that the BusyBox version of syslogd that...
  3. Small adjustment

    Since I use a SSH tunnel to access the web interface and the fact that the WL-500gP should not act as a DNS server I've removed the HTTP and DNS parts.

    Here is my current config which I've now...
  4. Thank You LinusW. I think I've found the source...

    Thank You LinusW.
    I think I've found the source of your script ;)

    I've assembled a post-firewall script that I'll try out very soon.

    Since I'm a beginner I've likely made some mistakes .......
  5. Thanks avberk! That might be a solution for...

    Thanks avberk!

    That might be a solution for me. Yes, the log file get's to big but only for one reason and that's the frequent logging of the crond jobs. Otherwise there are very few entries in...
  6. Firewall config for WL-500gP in access point operation mode with no Wifi

    Hi all!

    If you have the time to help me out a little bit I would be really greatful! :D

    I'm running my Asus WL-500gP in access point operation mode with the Wifi disabled (Oleg's firmware),...
  7. Prevent crond from logging (WL-500gP with Oleg's fw)

    Hi!

    I've got no harddisk attached and since I run a script every minute issued by crond using the command: crond -c /usr/local/cron -b -l 0 , i notice that /tmp/syslog.log i growing bigger and...
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