As long as the document settings, chosen, are all correct, no keygen is going to be able to harm you. We're using the second way of having multiple hub-spots, as shown. This will give you the flexibility of quickly switching between them without having to change the settings for each one of them every time. Each hub-spot has its own DHCP range, which is controlled by the router, and we can also allocate a sub-network for each one of them.
Now, this is where things start to get a bit more complicated. We need to set each hub-spot to a particular using the Channel List(http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Channel_List). We have three sub-channels, and we need to have a different one for each hotspot. On the diagram, you can see that Sputnik is using Sub-Channel 1, Hotspot System is using Sub-Channel 2, and Wifidog is using Sub-Channel 3.
For that, we're going to make an alias for each of these hotspots. I'm going to show you the basic process for making these aliases below, however, as you can see on the next page, there are a whole load of other settings which are required.
Now, under the Interface tab, you can make changes to each sub-channel. However, you need to set it up so that it's listening on a different port for that sub-channel. For this, we need to enter the port under Settings -> Advanced. d2c66b5586