A small instruction on how to do dhcp redirection on DD-WRT (it turns out something like a switch, and the same is done via wifi)
For example, we have a router with the address 192.168.1.1, and for some reason we need the second router with dd-wrt to work as a switch, for example, we need this router to distribute the wifi signal, but also the computers connected to the first on the same network with our wifi.
This is done very simply, see the screen:
The IP address in the local network is the address at which it will be possible to access this router (you need to set it different from the address of the first router 192.168.1.1, but on the same subnet)
All, then just set up wifi as usual. With this setting, the cable from the main router can be inserted into any port, not necessarily in the wan port. Computers connected to this router will receive ip addresses from the main router.Post has been editedstp101 - 05.01.17, 01:50