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DD-WRT set date manually

dd-wrt set date manually

dd-wrt set date manually – In this tutorial I’ll explain how to set the date and time in dd-wrt based routers.

 

dd-wrt set date manually

My dd-wrt system is dd-wrt v24-sp2 (11/02/09) std
(SVN revision 13064M VINT Eko).

It may not work on your system but I’ll explain the basics so you should be able to find your own way.

 

dd-wrt set date manually

in dd-wrt set date manually using command-line. you can do this by:

  • SSH to your dd-wrt machine, or
  • use the web interface to run command line

Becuase ssh is not opened by default on all dd-wrt machines I’ll explain how to set the date and time using the second method – using the web interface. but the same command and rules apply also to SSH connection.

 

Admin Panel

go to your dd-wrt admin managment panel on your browser and view the Administration / Commands page. it may be different in your system version but you should able to find quickly where the Commands page is.

dd-wrt set date

dd-wrt set date

Date

You can use the Date command inside your dd-wrt box to read and set your system time and date.

View current date (NOW)

to view your current date as configured in your dd-wrt machine use the ‘date‘ command.
Just fill the commands input box with ‘date’ and click on the ‘Run Commands‘ button.

date

dd-wrt-date

 

dd-wrt set date manually

Here it may be tricky. I’ve found several online blogs and manuals but nothing worked. to set the dd-wrt date manually I’ve succeded with the following command:

date 022720012014

Month Day Hours Minutes Year
02 27 20 01 2014

 

 

dd-wrt-set-date

 

that’s it. I hope It helped you to configure your dd-wrt set date manually.

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Configure DD-WRT Router as an Access Point or Wireless Repeater

Overview

This tutorial will explain how to use your DD-WRT router as a Repeater or Access Point.

“DD-WRT is a Linux based alternative Open-Source firmware suitable for a great variety of WLAN routers and embedded systems.
The main emphasis lies on providing the easiest possible handling while at the same time supporting a great number of functionality within the framework of the respective hardware platform used.”

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