The day I’ve opened up my WiFi

It is today, the day I thought to myself: “If Schneier thinks it can/should be done, why don’t I do it?” And I changed my DD-WRT settings to fully open up my wireless to anyone.

I’ve made some changes to QoS and DHCP setup. DHCP addresses will only be assigned to .64-.255 range and that range has been throttled down in QoS to bulk access status. If I could figure out a way (and I might, if I am motivated to do that), I’d also disallow the DHCP’ed clients to have access to file sharing traffic (only for economical reasons, as right now I am paying for high-speed access, but with bandwidth restrictions).

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