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setting enterprise wifi at home using free radius and extending your wifi with same ssid
many of you might have heard about dd-wrt and many use it as main router. last year i spent some time implementing radius server for my wifi at home. i will split this tutorial into 2 sections. first is to increase the range of wifi using two routers. i have a tplink router which i use it as the main router did not change the firmware and the other is cisco linksys router that i installed dd-wrt on and use it as a secondary router for extending my wifi and radius server. now i wont get into how to install dd-wrt on your box because there are hundreds of videos and tutorials available. we will start where we have 2 routers one as primary other as secondary. i have a habit of assigning static ips for routers because i dont want ip to change. in this example our primary router will have ip as 192.168.1.1 and secondary will have 192.168.1.3. you may be wondering where is 192.168.1.2? well thats our firewall ;) he he.
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