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Re: [tor-talk] Tor Router
On 5/4/2011 5:08 AM, James Brown wrote:
I learn that arcticle
and have now some questions:
1) There are only some hardware platforms indicated in that article.
Where I can see what other hardware platforms compatible with Tor Router
2) Are there "Asus WL-500GPv2" and "Asus WL-520GU" in that list?
Odds are, if it's not listed on the page, it hasn't been tested. OpenWRT
should support your devices , so once that's installed the easiest
thing you could do is try to install the package and see what happens.
If it doesn't work, it doesn't work; at least, not without a fair bit of
tweaking and recompiling on your part.
3) As I see from that article. the dd-wrt is used for installing an
openwrt image of Tor-router. What is the problem in tuning dd-wrt itself
for tor routing?
I've never used DD-WRT, but off the top of my head I would say it's
because OpenWRT has a persistent file system and a package manager,
whereas DD-WRT doesn't (which makes installation a pain in the ass, and
you'd lose your Tor install with every reboot).
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