- Downloaded the original firmware just in case. Then logged into router and backed up config in “Administration” → “Restore/Save/Upload Setting”.
- Got the enhanced firmware via this page (scroll to the bottom). Verified MD5.
- Updated with new firmware. Rebooted via GUI. All was well.
Enabled manual assignment on “LAN” - “DHCP Server” and added devices and names. This wasn’t working before. Yay.
SSHed into router, created these files:
Added this to
And whatever else to the hosts file. Restarted the service:
ps | grep dnsmasq kill -9 <pid> dnsmasq --log-async