No point reinventing the wheel; simply borrow one and reverse engineer the hardware and software, it won't take you more than a couple of hours, after all, they're not very big are they. Order some parts and put them all together on a bit of stripboard, now sit back and enjoy you homemade wireless router. There's nothing more satisfying than building something yourself and at a fraction of the cost of buying one ready-built. I built my own 4k smart TV using this method, it works great and saved me a whole heap of cash. Let us know how you get onI want to make a home based wifi router? Please help me with a circuit diagram
Want to and can do are worlds apart.I want to make a home based wifi router? Please help me with a circuit diagram
I'd start with a Raspberry Pi...Well, then, please post instructions how to build one using Windows.
Sorry. No code visibility, no security. Good way to get pwned.I'd start with a Raspberry Pi...
You're done! If you're curious, check out the link.
- Get a Raspberry Pi and a wireless dongle
- Load Windows 10
- Open "Network Connections"
- Set the wireless adapter to share the Internet connection...
- Initialize the wireless network with netsh (SSID, password, etc..., "netsh wlan set yournetwork mode=allow ssid=”CoolName” key=”Y0ur_Pwd!!”"))
- Start the wireless network, again with netsh ("netsh wlan start yournetwork")
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