Tag Archives: OpenWRT

Optimising LEDE (OpenWrt) for the PC Engines APU2

I’m planning to get APU2 in near future, I found this article is useful for my future project and created a mirror here. Credit to original post. The PC Engines APU2 is an embedded system based on AMD’s Jaguar family of processors. Many people prefer to run pfSenseon it, but since the rest of my hardware is alread on LEDE, it’s… Read More »

OpenWRT:DDNS

DDNS stands for Dynamic DNS. Simply put, using this service gives a name to your ip. So if you’re hosting something on your line, people wouldn’t have to bother typing your IP. They can just type in your domain name! It also helps when your ip changes. Users won’t need to discover what your new… Read More »

OpenWRT: UPnP

UPnP is used to replace manual port forwarding. Some gaming box (XBOX, PS3) will need UPnP feature to connect to their respective server. Enabling it in OpenWRT Backfire is relatively easy. Incoming search terms:openwrt upnpopenwrtupnp openwrtNULLluci-app-upnpopenwrt upnp lucijoinedeppopenwrt miniupnp插件openwrt upnp xbox