The #1 app for managing your DD-WRT router.
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Great app 5*
I've only had this app for about 5 min. And I love it already. Does everything I need and is perfect for wake on LAN.
This is really a great app, ive been following the project on DDWRT forums for some time and im so happy its out and exceeds my expectations. Well done!
...I fell in love with this app right away, ...As such, I'd recommend this app...
Peter Redmer - myopenrouter.com
The DD-WRT app for iOS is the easy way to manage and monitor your DD-WRT enabled routers both locally and remotely.
Anyone that has tried using the DD-WRT web interface on an iPhone/iPod will know that some pages are impossible to navigate.
*NEW* - Now with the Siri Shortcuts support for full automation of your home network - *NEW*
Get easy access to stats including:
Wireless Packet Info
USB Disk Info
Get easy access to Live Data including:
LAN Live Clients,
Active Wireless Clients
Daily WAN Traffic Graph
Active Bandwidth Graphs for WAN, LAN and Wireless
Directly Change Settings including:
Port Forwarding & Port Range Forwarding - You can add/edit/delete/enable/disable port forward rules of your router
Wireless MAC Filter
Send Commands remotely including:
Wake On LAN
Command line commands
More features including:
Generate QRCode for quick joining your WiFi.
Direct links to web interface pages.
Use the MAC Filter to easily block devices from your WiFi.
THIS APP WILL ONLY WORK IF YOU HAVE A ROUTER THAT HAS BEEN FLASHED WITH DD-WRT FIRMWARE
Please feel free to contact me if you want additional features added or have any problems.
This DD-WRT app uses the web interface of your DD-WRT enabled router, so please make sure you have this enabled.
Accessing your router remotely (away from the local network) requires you to know the WAN IP address and port of your network OR to have a DDNS address setup that forwards to your network. (You can set up DNS forwarding at www.dyn.com)
DD-WRT has many different versions, so if you have any problems accessing any data please get in touch using the Feedback button so we can look at adding more support.
- At confirmation of purchase, or following the completion of a free-trial period, payment will be charged to your iTunes account.
- Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current subscription period.
- Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. Automatic renewals will cost the same price you were originally charged for the subscription.
- You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings on the App Store after purchase.
- Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription.
Updated for iOS 16
Ratings and Reviews
Very responsive to user concerns!
I updated router firmware to a release that had a different method of setting display parameters for the Wireless Clients under Live Data, and lost those bars & that data (LAN Live Clients stayed & viewing the web interface through the app and/or other browsers still worked).
I wrote the developer one day, he replied asking for a log file the next, and a new version (2.7.6) fixing the Wireless Clients portion of the Live Data view was on the App Store the next day. Given, that took Apple’s app reviewers’ speedy review as well, but great turnaround from the developer. Using 2.9 now, and have had no further issues (I see the log file now seems to be auto-generated with the attempt to give feedback; saves steps & I suppose you could opt to delete if your feedback weren’t in need of technical assistance).
Developer Response ,
Thank you for the review, and thanks for your help in diagnosing and fixing this bug. :)
Raised from 1 to 3
Edit: 3/4/22: The developers response to my previous comment below, confirms my suspicion that a decision was made by the DD-WRT developers to kill access management from apple iPhone Safari browser so that they sell MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION to a router management app. Show me an app that only requires a one time unlock fee for Non Professional Home users and I’ll consider changing my rating.
I raised my raiting from 1 to 2 but only because the developer is upset that I gave him a 1. I don’t like the app. I especially do not like that there is subscription fee. If there was a one time unlock everything for life fee i might feel better about it. WHY? because DD-WRT has always been free Open Source and all I need to be able to do from my iPhone is look at my connected devices on my home LAN and signal strength and I might only need to do it once or twice / year. I was able to do that for free for the past 20 years simply by using the FREE access to my DD-WRT routers via Safari on my iPhone. When I saw that I need to pay to unlock those features with this app, I got angry. When I saw that this app simply accesses the web pages within the Firmware for anything that one might want to configure. I got even angrier and decided to end the free trial. When the developer got angry about my review and wrote me complaining about my review….he’s lucky they don’t allow Zero. I’ll give him a 2 for 2 expensive for my needs.
Developer Response ,
You have this completely wrong and are angry at the wrong person, but i'll take it and move on. I am not associated with the DD-WRT team at all. If you think they killed your access of configuring through Safari, then take it up with them. I'm an independent app developer that makes apps for a living. I must charge for my apps or I will be homeless. If you don't want to pay for my apps, that's fine, don't use them. But having so much hatred because I need to make a living from what I do is crazy. I'm sorry if you have no alternative, but my kids need to eat.
A must have for the novice or DD-WRT guru.
I rarely leave reviews, but this app is an exception. I’ve used this app for couple years and it’s a must have for DD-WRT users. I currently have two routers running DD-WRT firmware, and I use this interface over the default most of the time. It’s nice to have quick, easy access to my router(s) from my phone or even better, my iPad. The dev adds features and keeps the app current with frequent updates.
If you want security, speed or more network options, consider DD-WRT firmware. This app is a nice tool to have and well worth the cost.
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- 10.1 MB
- Requires iOS 16.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 16.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 16.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 13.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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- Home $4.99
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