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DD-WRT - how to add > 40 MAC addresses to MAC filter?

The limit wasn't the size of a text field; it was the fact that the form
exactly 40 text fields, labeled MAC_01 through MAC_40. Expanding it
would have entailed editing the form on the box, and also modifying its
CGI back-end. And thoroughly testing the changes.

Even if the CGI was a simple script, and not a binary blob, it would be far
less trouble to reflash the unit with something like DD-WRT.

Kristian Hermansen wrote:
> On 7/3/07, John Abreau <abreauj-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at> wrote:
>> Apparently the only "limit" was in the html form.
> You can remove HTML form limits using the Web Developer Toolbar
> extension for Firefox and choosing Forms -> Remove Maximum Lengths...

John Abreau
IT Manager
Zuken USA
238 Littleton Rd., Suite 100
Westford, MA 01886
T: 978-392-1777            F: 978-692-4725
M: 978-764-8934
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