That's pretty much what I've done with mine.
After much tinkering late last night and having a sleep deprived brain I
tried to fix some issues on the router last night, specifically it running
out of RAM and restarting itself.
Better enable a Swap drive, right?
Yeah... except for some reason in my sleep deprived state I thought that
this would just create a swap file on the partition and not repartition the
entire drive as swap space.
Bye bye backuped up data. Bye bye downloads.
That's over 400gb of data that I've just wiped so all of this so far has
been for nothing.
Another reason I can't put my router into bridge mode is that the telephone
service doesn't work without it, even though the functionality itself has
Cheers for the suggestions though.
On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 1:39 PM, Frank Murphy <frankly3d at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 23/01/12 11:51, Steven Kavanagh wrote:
>>> Having a weird issue at the moment. I have OpenWRT installed on my router
>> at home.
>>>> My router is sitting behind a UPC modem at the moment which I can't put
>> into bridging mode due to firmware restrictions on the device. As it
>> the UPC modem/router is connected to the WAN of the router running
>>>>> My UPC is also bridge suppressed.
> Disabled wifi on it, placed a damn good password on it.
> I placed my router\firewall as the dmz. inside it.
>> Frank Murphy
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