Now we start VirtualBox and select the correspondingnd VM-image. Freetz-Linux will then start and you can login using: freetz and freetz as username and password followed by the enter key each time.The next step is to find out which ip is assigned to our Freetz-Linux since we need it to get access via putty in the next step. To check, type in: ifconfig. This should bring up the followingtext.
After entering the previous command you should the the following screen:Mainpage This is the acutal Freetz interface where you select your router. For this tutorial we selected the 7270-V3. After selecting the router type, exit menuconfig by selecting exit and hitting enter andconfirm the question with Yes. Then enter make and hit enter. Now you should see this:The creation process will start. For the first time it might take a very long time depending on your computer and internet connection since all inital packages have to be downloaded. Once this is donethe creation process will be a lot faster if you make only small modifications. There have been many warnings during the process but in the end there will be a message that an image has been created.The corresponding image will be created in the subfolder images of your Freetz directory. This will be the final message:Now we have to copy the image to your computer.
Get the current freetz-source from their website or the corresponding freetz-1.2 rc2.tar.bz2 (checked out at 2012-03-21) from my webspace for the patch. install the freetz-1.2 rc2.patch or use my precompiled Image for the FritzBox 7270v3 (english) or my precompiled Image for the FritzBox 7270v3 (german) (Read Information further down in text). compile source, set up firewall/qos rules. 2b1af7f3a8