Hnet OpenWrt package (hnet) proposes a few different build-time configuration options. They allow you to create OpenWrt images that run Hnet out of the box.
When you want to build an OpenWrt package or complete image, you need to configure the build options. This is done by executing the following command while in the building folder.
You'll have to enable Hnet by checking the hnet box in IPv6 section.
hnet package then proposes you some custom options. They can be selected by entering the hnet-custom-configuration menu.
For some platforms, we provide a custom network configuration script that disables ports bridging and thus allows hnet to manage each port as a different link. A configuration script is always installed in /usr/share/hnet/netconf.sh (so that you can decide to setup our conf. later), but it is automatically executed if you select the configuration option.
For now, we only provide custom network conf. scripts for:
Feel free to help us add new custom configuration files if you use different platforms !
Hnet version 2 doesn't use dnsmasq. This option helps you disable it during first boot.
You can use this option to set a fancy custom hostname.