How to set up an isolated Guest WLAN on TP-Link WDR4300 with OpenWRT using command line

You have guests at your home and they want to use your wireless network to retrieve emails, etc off the Internet. This is not a unique situation, but is quite common everywhere, with the proliferation of devices and services that require Internet access. The only issue you face is that if you give them your . . . → Read More: How to set up an isolated Guest WLAN on TP-Link WDR4300 with OpenWRT using command line

Create VLAN on TP-Link WDR4300 wireless router with isolation

The TP-Link WDR4300 wireless router has an Atheros Chip. Due to this, it is not easy to set up VLANs (Virtual Local Area Networks) on it. Below explains how this can be done with the kind of problem that was overcome.

Problem: I had a guest computer on my home wireless network that kept sending . . . → Read More: Create VLAN on TP-Link WDR4300 wireless router with isolation

Remove Network Manager Wireless LAN connections

Login as root and type following command to edit the network connections.

# wicd <enter>

You can then setup the wireless LAN after a reboot.

Change host name in Fedora Linux

To change the host name on Fedora Linux, do the following:

Open a terminal window Login as root Add the host name to /etc/hosts Add the host name to /etc/syconfig/network Reboot your computer

Add the host name to /etc/hosts

# vi /etc/hosts <enter> Add below line to the end of the file 192.168.1.101 . . . → Read More: Change host name in Fedora Linux

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