[Help] openwrt router bridging to opnsense firewall Currently I just use an Archer C7 as my AIO router switch, but I've been meaning to use my HP t730 running either opnsense or pfsense (leaning towards pf due to adblocking, UnboundBL seems dead).
OpenWrt can be configured through either a command-line interface or a web interface called LuCI. OpenWrt provides set of scripts called UCI (unified configuration interface) to unify and simplify configuration through the command-line interface. Additional web interfaces, such as Gargoyle, are also available. Based on that finding, apparently the introduction of lua5.3 with openwrt/openwrt@6b161bb by @rmilecki into the main OpenWrt repository breaks installing LuCI to a live system. Likely because lua5.3 includes a PROVIDES:=lua statement, which may cause opkg to install that instead of the proper normal lua. The LEDE Project (“Linux Embedded Development Environment”) is a Linux operating system specifically for routers, founded as a spin-off of the OpenWRT project and share many of the same goals. While most of the functions and steps are very similar to the standard OpenWRT, there are few differences, mainly on fixing the shortcomings of […] My TP-Link archer C7 V4.0 is currently running on OpenWRT ver 9.07.03 LuCi (latest). In before I had flashed DD-WRT on this model router. Ever since I have flashed OpenWRT my 2.4Ghz wireless coverage has been worse. I have tried changing my region to US and increasing transmit power to max (24dbm) but nothing works.
OpenWrt can be configured through either a command-line interface or a web interface called LuCI. OpenWrt provides set of scripts called UCI (unified configuration interface) to unify and simplify configuration through the command-line interface. Additional web interfaces, such as Gargoyle, are also available.
It also provides firewall security rules to isolate your guest network from the rest. This recipe is based on the more comprehensive Guest WLAN page, providing a more user-friendly approach through the LuCI web interface. Note that all MAC addresses have been erased from the screenshots. LuCI is a good mechanism to view and modify the firewall configuration. It is located under Network → Firewall and maps closely to the configuration file sections. It takes a little longer to modify the firewall configuration, but has a higher level of organization than the config files. Make changes and reload using the Save & Apply button. LuCI Firewall Traffic Rules: is possible to add a network or ip range? Hi! i'm configuring a OpenWRT router to use it as a "bridge" between two isolated networks. I want the "LAN" network can't get into the "WAN" network, but can go outside to Internet (throw the WAN network).
Firewall Miscellaneous Items. How to capture, filter and inspect packets using tcpdump or wireshark tools; nftables; netfilter and iptables. Logging Forwarded Packets in OpenWrt; netfilter Configuration Examples; Netfilter In OpenWrt; Netfilter Management; Alternate Firewall Builders. Firewall Builder: Essence Reloaded; Firewall Builder
openwrt uci shell used to setup firewall, wireguard and guest wifi openwrt uci wireguard firewall wndr3800 wnr2000v4 raspberry-pi-3 20 commits root@OpenWrt:~# opkg list-installed base-files - 194.2-r7897-9d401013fc busybox - 1.28.4-3 ddns-scripts - 2.7.8-1 dnsmasq - 2.80-1.4 dropbear - 2017.75-7.1 firewall - 2018-08-13-1c4d5bcd-1 fstools - 2019-03-28-ff1ded63-5 fwtool - 1 hostapd-common - 2018-05-21-62566bc2-8 ip6tables - 1.6.2-3 iptables - 1.6.2-3 iw - 4.14-1 iwinfo - 2018-07-31 One thing I'm having trouble understanding is OpenWRT's LuCI firewall rules. The basic idea is all traffic coming in from the LAN port is forwarded to the VPN interface and packets are masqueraded behind the VPN interface. If the VPN disconnects, then traffic is dropped and no ip is leaked.