A Client Mode router uses its own DHCP server for IP Address, Gateway, and DNS server to connected devices. To have computers connected to both routers (main and secondary) and co-exist in the same subnet, set up DD-WRT as a Client Bridge, Repeater Bridge or use WDS. Further explanation of bridging modes is at Linking Routers.

Oct 06, 2009 DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - IPv6 over Client Bridge seems May 16, 2016 dd-wrt client bridge | MyOpenRouter Hi, i has a NETGEAR WNR3500Lv2 with DD-WRT (DDWRT_WNR3500Lv2_Support_Release_04-11-2012) (default, not compiled by myself). This befor i had a LINKSYS Router with DD-WRT in a Client Bridge to my Speedport W701 V and now i want to configure the new router as a Client Bride. Diffrence between Client and Client-bridge mode

Hi, I have an r7800 and recently updated from the last kong build which had been humming along to BS build DD-WRT v3.0-r43516 std (06/25/20). Everything working fine. Noticed the smartdns option and when I looked into it it appeared to be like a kind of load balancing dns whereby it takes the fastest dns response?

DD-WRT in client bridge mode, can only access LAN. No Oct 06, 2009

Connect to your router ( and reset the user and password (you should be asked, if not …

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