Q: I want to use DD-WRT but do not know if my router is supported, where can I get this information? A: Please check the router database first. If the router is not listed, please follow the instructions for device detection to find out if router support is possible.

SSH into DD-WRT router remotely - Sysadmin Tips To connect to a router running DD-WRT firmware perform following: Login into router's web GUI as administrator; Go to Services > Services and "Enable" SSHd under Secure Shell; Go to Administration > Management and "Enable" SSH Management under Remote Access; Connect to router's IP address using your favourite SSH client (i.e. PUTTY) using username: root and password you normally use to login Detect Wi-Fi Clients on your DD-WRT Router – Ethertubes Here is a script I wrote that scrapes the web interface of a router running DD-WRT. The script looks for the MAC addresses of wireless users. When it sees a MAC address that it hasn’t logged before it issues an alert. To help identify the new equipment, a portion of the MAC address is sent to an IEEE OUI database search (Internet connection required) to determine the manufacturer name. How to Install DD-WRT on Your Router at home or at the office

Jan 08, 2014

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The more difficult but best fitting for your question solution: setting up local logging on your router and utilizing WallWatcher software to parse the logs into something more human-readable. Their router had the Tomato firmware installed, but ddwrt should be able to handle this just fine with a little searching around the settings menus.

The DD-WRT firmware you have installed on the router may not have logging compiled-in, or it is disabled because of insufficient disk-space or RAM. You may need to use an alternate method of logging the messages on your computer via the network. See the following articles for some alternative ideas :