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Great app 5*
I’ve only had this app for about 5 min. And I love it already. Does everything I need and is perfect for wake on LAN.
This is really a great app， ive been following the project on DDWRT forums for some time and im so happy its out and exceeds my expectations. Well done！
…I fell in love with this app right away， …As such， I’d recommend this app…
Peter Redmer – myopenrouter.com
This DD-WRT app is the easy way to manage and monitor your DD-WRT enabled routers both locally and remotely.
Anyone that has tried using the DD-WRT web interface on an iPhone/iPod will know that some pages are impossible to navigate to.
*NEW* – Now with the ability to add home screen icons that instantly issue Wake On LAN commands or Reboot your router. Truly 1 touch actions – *NEW*
Get easy access to stats including：
Wireless Packet Info
USB Disk Info
Get easy access to Live Data including：
LAN Live Clients，
Active Wireless Clients
Daily WAN Traffic Graph
Active Bandwidth Graphs for WAN， LAN and Wireless
Directly Change Settings including：
Port Forwarding & Port Range Forwarding – You can add/edit/delete/enable/disable port forward rules of your router
Wireless MAC Filter
Wireless on/off toggle
Send Commands remotely including：
Wake On LAN
Command line commands
More features including：
Direct links to web interface pages.
Overplay.net & Astrill.com VPN switching support.
Directly connected and authorised telnet client.
Use the MAC Filter to easily block devices from your WiFi.
Localised in English， German， Russian， French(50%)， Japanese(50%) & Chinese(50%)
Please contact me if you can translate this app into more languages or help with current languages.
THIS APP WILL ONLY WORK IF YOU HAVE A ROUTER THAT HAS BEEN FLASHED WITH DD-WRT FIRMWARE
Please feel free to contact me if you want additional features added or have any problems.
This DD-WRT app uses the web interface of your DD-WRT enabled router， so please make sure you have this enabled.
Accessing your router remotely (away from the local network) requires you to know the WAN IP address and port of your network OR to have a DDNS address setup that forwards to your network. (You can set up DNS forwarding at www.dyn.com)
DD-WRT has many different versions， so if you have any problems accessing any data please get in touch using the Feedback button so we can look at adding more support.
About DD-WRT router firmware：
“DD-WRT is a Linux based alternative OpenSource 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 functionalities within the framework of the respective hardware platform used.”