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(updated with v.0.3 autoconf instructions)
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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:
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:


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[[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.  
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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