Unable to log into LuCi web interface after upgrading OpenWRT from barrier-breaker to chaos-calmer

I applied the Chaos Calmer OpenWRT firmware upgrade on the TP Link WDR4300 router. Very important to note that if you already use OpenWRT on the router, install the sysupgrade and not the factory binary firmware file. Use factory only when upgrading from the factory TP Link firmware.

For first time install use this file . . . → Read More: Unable to log into LuCi web interface after upgrading OpenWRT from barrier-breaker to chaos-calmer

How to setup HTTPS for web interface in OpenWRT

By default, you can log in to the OpenWRT firmware installed on your router using http://192.168.1.1. However, if you want to add encryption on that connection, you need to be able to login using https://192.168.1.1. To do that, you need to enable HTTPS support on the router. To do so, open a terminal window on . . . → Read More: How to setup HTTPS for web interface in OpenWRT

How to install OpenWRT on the TP-Link WDR-4300 router

Download the OpenWRT Breaking Barrier firmware for TP-Link WDR4300 router from http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/tp-link/tl-wdr4300. You will also find the instructions on the upgrade process there.

Next, visit the web GUI interface of the TP-Link WDR-4300 router. In my case, this was at http://192.168.1.1 of the factory TP-Link firmware.

Select System Tools -> Firmware Upgrade, click on Browse… . . . → Read More: How to install OpenWRT on the TP-Link WDR-4300 router

How to securely browse GMail in your browser

Most of us use http://gmail.google.com to read or send email. This is not secure, in the sense that the transmission of data between you and the GMail web site is in plain text.

If you want added security, where your data is transmitted to and from the GMail web site you should use: https://gmail.google.com

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