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=把玩WRTnode2R=
==登陆WRTnode2R(telnet或ssh)==
Windows、Linux、Mac都可以,Windows的话,用putty或者其他Linux终端软件。 <br />
*首先你看看你连上WRTnode2R没有 <br />
 ping openwrt.lan
WRTnode2R的IP地址是192.168.8.1,‘openwrt.lan’这个域名会被WRTnode2R拦截并解析到自己的ip地址。
*telnet或者ssh连上WRTnode2R
如果你是第一次登陆WRTnode2R,或者你之前没有给OpenWrt的root用户设置密码,那就telnet: <br />
 telnet 192.168.8.1 
或是
 telnet openwrt.lan
或者你已经设置过root密码了,那就ssh: <br />
 ssh root@192.168.8.1
或是
 ssh root@openwrt.lan
输入密码,看到这个就ok了:<br />
[[File:Busybox.jpg]]<br />
Translation==Login to WRTnode2R using telnet or ssh==
Use any PC with Windows, Linux or MacOS operating system, install PuTTY on Windows PC, use any Linux / MacOS terminal software on Linux / MacOS.<br />
*First ping the WRTnode to see if connection is available. The default IP of WRTnode2R is set to 192.168.8.1, but WRTnode2R is able to resolve openwrt.lan to 192.168.8.1 as well: <br />
 ping openwrt.lan
*Connect to WRTnode2R using telnet or ssh
If you connect first time to WRTnode2R or you didn't set password for root user of OpenWrt, use telnet to connect: <br />
 telnet 192.168.8.1 
or
 telnet openwrt.lan
If you a password for root user was set, use SSH to connect: <br />
 ssh root@192.168.8.1
or
 ssh root@openwrt.lan
Input your root password and a screen should appear like, ok, that's it. you could play your Linux CLI interacting here now:<br />
[[File:Busybox.jpg|700px]]<br /><br />

Login to WRTnode2R using telnet or ssh

Use any PC with Windows, Linux or MacOS operating system, install PuTTY on Windows PC, use any Linux / MacOS terminal software on Linux / MacOS.

  • First ping the WRTnode to see if connection is available. The default IP of WRTnode2R is set to 192.168.8.1, but WRTnode2R is able to resolve openwrt.lan to 192.168.8.1 as well:
ping openwrt.lan
  • Connect to WRTnode2R using telnet or ssh

If you connect first time to WRTnode2R or you didn't set password for root user of OpenWrt, use telnet to connect:

telnet 192.168.8.1 

or

telnet openwrt.lan

If you a password for root user was set, use SSH to connect:

ssh root@192.168.8.1

or

ssh root@openwrt.lan

Input your root password and a screen should appear like, ok, that's it. you could play your Linux CLI interacting here now:
Busybox.jpg