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== Autoconf (v.0.3.0) ==
== Autoconf (v.0.3.0) ==
Connect your newly-flashed MyNet N600 to your existing Internet router via ethernet from your existing router's LAN port to your new node's Internet port. Wait a few minutes for your new node to connect to the Internet and obtain its private IP address, then try connecting to your unconfigured router by opening a browser and navigating to http://172.30.0.1
[[File:Nodeports.jpg|100px|frame|right|Plug into port 3 to access the private network from your laptop. Port 2 connects to the public 'peoplesopen.net' network]] Connect your newly-flashed MyNet N600 to your existing Internet router via ethernet from your existing router's LAN port to your new node's Internet port. Wait a few minutes for your new node to connect to the Internet and obtain its private IP address, then try connecting to your unconfigured router by opening a browser and navigating to http://172.30.0.1  


If the flash was successful you should be brought to the following screen:
If the flash was successful you should be brought to the following screen:


[[File:Peoplesopen-dash.png|thumb|center|upright=2]]
[[File:Peoplesopen-dash.jpg|frame|center|upright=2]]


Here you can:
Here you can set the amount of downstream and upstream bandwidth you're willing to share (default is set to 4096kb, or roughly 4 megabits/second):
* Set the amount of downstream and upstream bandwidth you're willing to share (default is set to 4096kb, or roughly 4 megabits/second)
[[File:homeScreen.jpg|frame|center|upright=2]]
* Set your private SSID and password via the 'WIFi Settings' tab
** NOTE: When you first set your private SSID name and hit 'Save', you will have to reconnect to the newly-named SSID using the original default password ('meshtheworld') and then reconnect again with the new password after setting it in the dashboard


[[File:WifiSettings.png]]


* See all devices connected to your node via the 'Connections' tab:
[[File:WifiSettings.jpg|frame|left|upright=2|Set your private SSID and password via the 'WIFi Settings' tab. NOTE: When you first set your private SSID name and hit 'Save', you will have to reconnect to the newly-named SSID using the original default password ('meshtheworld') and then reconnect again with the new password after setting it in the dashboard]] [[File:Connections.jpg|frame|right|upright=2|See all devices connected to your node via the 'Connections' tab]]


[[File:Connections.png]]
<br clear=all> Unless you installed [https://github.com/sudomesh/sudowrt-firmware/releases/tag/0.3.0 release 0.3.0] for myNet N600 routers which autoconfigures, you will now need to use makenode ([[##Makenode|instructions further down]]) after flashing the sudowrt-firmware to your router to configure it to work on People's Open Network.
 
You can also SSH into the node as root using the password 'meshtheplanet' after connecting to the router either via the private SSID 'pplsopen-admin' (password 'meshtheworld') or by connecting an ethernet cable from your laptop to port 3 on the node:
 
[[File:Nodeports.jpg]]
 
Unless you installed [https://github.com/sudomesh/sudowrt-firmware/releases/tag/0.3.0 release 0.3.0] for myNet N600 routers which autoconfigures, you will now need to use makenode ([[##Makenode|instructions further down]]) after flashing the sudowrt-firmware to your router to configure it to work on People's Open Network.


== Makenode (v.0.2.3 and earlier) ==
== Makenode (v.0.2.3 and earlier) ==
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