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Conecting a new Edimax to your LAN

Changing the Edimax IP address

Downloading software to the Edimax

Note: a connected disk must be formatted on an ext3 filesystem on a Linux PC before connecting it to the Edimax.
Ext2 will also work, but has no auto-recovery after a crash. Fat32 works too, but has no support for and owner and group rights, 'rwxrwxrwx' as ext3 and ext2 do. Iso9660 is also possible on a CD-ROM, with the same problems as Fat32, but is not (re)writable. That would make it very hard for a hacker to change your website !

File types

There are several file types here, each having their own purose and treatment.

ZIP files can be only be downloaded onto your PC and transferred to the Edimax by USB stick, FTP of websync.

All other files can (and should) be directly downloaded to your Edimax, by pressing a button on your Edimax download page. Then you can write the content onto a stick, FAT32 hard-disk, or ISO9660 CD-ROM. Connect that to the USB port of your Edimax, and you're ready to go.

The part of the page below this line will be available on your Edimax download page, where you can download this software directly onto your Edimax (except for ZIP files).


Upload file table

File for download to EdimaxNot for use on PCDescription
20081213.config_website.tgz Configuration
Config website

Installs a website for configuring your Edimax. Name: http://config.intern:88

20081213.firewall.tgz Configuration
Firewall

Firewall configuration.

  • start and stop scripts (init.d)
  • website pages
  • website configuration
Install webserver.tgz first.

Reboot after installation.

20081213.mail.tgz Configuration
Mail

Directory structure for a mail server (SMTP and POP3).

  • outgoing queues
  • POP3 mailboxes
  • templates for distribution lists
  • NO archive storage !
Install mail.disk first, to install this on external disk.
20081213.mailarchive.tgz Configuration
Mail

Mailarchive directory for mail.

  • Archive storage (additional to mail.tgx).
Install mail.tgz first.
20081213.remote_light_switch.tgz Configuration
Remote light switch

When the hardware is patched to control a remote light switch, this module can be added to your configuration to make software (Cron) switch your lamps on and off, depending on your preferences AND length of the day.

Prerequisites: a kernel from this page.

20081213.websites.tgz Configuration
Websites mail and log

Enables Web access to mail and log directories.

  • /var/www/mail.intern is a link to /var/mail, making the mail-server visible as local website http://mail.intern
  • /var/www/log.intern is a link to /var/log, making the log-files visible as local website http://log.intern
20081222.log.disk Disk image
(see Connected disks above)
Log directory

Create a mount directory on external disk for log files,

  • make the logfiles survive a reboot
  • enlarge the maximum storage for log files
  • free precious ram storage
      Reboot is needed after installation.
20081222.mail.disk Disk image
(see Connected disks above)
Mail directory

Create a mount directory on external disk for a mail server,

  • make the mail files survive a reboot
  • enlarge the maximum storage for the mailboxes and queues
  • free precious ram storage
      Reboot is needed after installation.
20081222.spool.disk Disk image
(see Connected disks above)
Spool directory

Create your /var/spool directory on external disk.

  • make the cron files survive a reboot
  • enlarge the maximum storage for spooled printer files
  • free precious ram storage
      Reboot is needed after installation.
20081222.tmp.disk Disk image
(see Connected disks above)
Tmp directory

Create a mount directory on external disk for temporary files,

  • enlarge the maximum storage for temporary files
  • free precious ram storage
  • making temporary survive a power failure
      Reboot is needed after installation.
20081222.www.disk Disk image
(see Connected disks above)
WWW directory

Create a mount directory on external disk for Websites,

  • make the websites survive a reboot
  • enlarge the maximum storage for websites files
  • free precious ram storage
      Reboot is needed after installation.
20081224-Amilda-Kernel.krnl Kernel

may damnage your router
DO NOT INSTALL with the button yet ! Works only if you flash this module with the RS232 procedure !!!
Reflashable kernel

Contains

  • driver for 1 USB device (Hard disk, Memory stick or printer).
  • filesystems Ext3, Ext2, FAT32, Iso9660
  • intelligent webserver
  • network switch
  • 2 RS232 devices
  • network printer server
  • Controlling individual LED's
  • Internal Flash-ROM accessible as devices
    • kernel partition
    • configuration partition
  • reset switch for default configuration
Extendable (configurable) with:
  • network router
  • network bridge
  • network firewall
  • lamp switching module


Meaning of the colours:New or changed text since last visit (see user settings at top of page).
Edimax stands for the BR-6104KP with USB
Sweex means LB000021 and compatibles without USB.
white text is part of a file on disk.
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