Setup D-Link DIR-615?

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Have:

  • Wired network with access to internal resources;
  • Access Internet via PPTP;
  • DIR-615 Rev. E4;
  • Laptop.



Generally happening all the way: plug the laptop cable, we, the DHCP server gives IPS, go to an internal resource and autoresume. So we have access to all internal network resources. Then connect via PPTP or L2TP to the Internet. No authorization, nothing. The reference apparently is to the MAC address.


Now there is a point and want to do something like this: dot is authorized by herself or somehow magically with my help, and connects to the Internet itself. I connect to it via Wifi and calmly make their case. The connected number may be more than one.


Problem: two days reading all sorts of manuals, forums, etc. the Only thing I managed to achieve broadcasting via Wifi the physical cord. Ie, I connect over Wifi, he autorisoes and go online. It is clear that for two people this way is not working.


Questions: what's going on? Do not go skiing, or both? Is it possible to implement my idea? About what?
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your router in the database
\rwww.dd-wrt.com/site/support/router-database
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hence should consider setting your requirements on the basis of dd-wrt
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Yes, you put DD-WRT and do not worry, the dir615 c2 put dd-wrt and forgot about the router
that article is habrahabr.ru/blogs/sysadm/107896/ can read
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For the base firmware may help the following:
\rdlink.ru/ru/faq/68/278.html
\rdlink.ru/ru/faq/68/962.html
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When you configure the WAN connection there is a button to copy the MAC of your ethernet. Try there.
And simple advice, first set up with no security wifi — Open.
And when everything is working, add. I have the 615 and play. WPA wouldn't work iPhone and iPad, and works with WEP.
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On the router there is a MAC spoofing function, i.e. it is possible that the router had MAC as your network card, maybe that's it?
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And yet, why are you manually connect to the Internet? The router itself is able to connect to and distribute the Internet on all sides (WiFi, cable).
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