How to use wireless router with DD-WRT as a wireless adapter for Xbox

12 11 2007

This tutorial will show you how to use a wireless router with the DD-WRT firmware installed as a wireless router for and Xbox or Xbox 360. Go here for info on how to install DD-WRT on a Linksys WRT54GL wireless router.

Hardware you will need:

  • Wireless router with DD-WRT firmware installed (Client)
  • Wireless router (Host)
  • Xbox or Xbox 360
  • PC
  • Ethernet cord (optional)

Software you will need:

  • Internet Explorer

You will have to configure the the Client router to be a wireless receiver which will allow it to receive the wireless signal from the Host and bridge it to the 4 Ethernet ports on the router. I chose to do this rather than purchase an Xbox wireless adapter because I could purchase a router (~$50) for around half the cost of the Xbox wireless adapter (~$100). This tutorial assumes you are using a Linksys WRT-54G/GL/GS router as the Host and an internet service provider (ISP) that provides a dynamic IP via DHCP. Read the rest of this entry »





How to install DD-WRT on Linksys WRT54GL Wireless Router

12 11 2007

This tutorial will show you how to install the DD-WRT firmware on a Linksys WRT54GL wireless router.  The DD-WRT firmware makes advanced features, usually only available on more expensive routers, available on cheaper models.  My purpose for this mod is to create a wireless receiver for my modded Xbox.

Hardware you will need:

  • Linksys WRT54GL wireless router
  • PC
  • Ethernet cord

Software you will need:

The easiest way to install the DD-WRT firmware on a Linksys WRT54GL wireless router is using the firmware upgrade option in the Linksys web interface. In order to install DD-WRT on version 1.0 of the router, the mini version will first have to be installed, then the standard version. Determine your version here. Read the rest of this entry »





How to use Wii controller (Wiimote) as a mouse in Windows

31 10 2007

This tutorial will show you how to use your Wiimote as a mouse on your Windows PC with IR functionality.

Hardware you will need:

  • Bluetooth adapter
  • Wiimote
  • Wii Sensor Bar
  • Windows PC
  • Wii

Software you will need:

In order to use your Wiimote as a mouse on your PC, you will have to connect it to the PC via Bluetooth, then run a script in the GlovePIE application that will translate the Wiimote actions to mouse actions. For this tutorial I will be using the Anycom 200 Bluetooth adapter which I got for $7.28 shipped from Buy.com using Google Checkout. NOTE: Microsoft’s Bluetooth stack will not.

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