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Since none of the dd-wrt releases include ip6tables support, I added it myself. The standard kernel does support module loading, so you can simply add additional kernel features without reflashing the device. You do need some writable storage. I use the remaining 4MB of flash using JFFS, but using an external storage (USB, network, …) is also possible.
Since you can’t run a complete build environment on the router itself, you’ll have to set up a cross-compiling environment on your own machine. As I found out, this isn’t always very easy to do…
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