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post #81 of 141
Thanks NEvo, this shows the serials too.

*Damn, mines v5 CDFB = 2MB flash.........too late for RMA.*
  
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post #82 of 141
I have 2 wrt54gs's 1 version v1 and a v6 and love this firmware, the v1 I did a few months ago ad the v6 about a month ago. The v6 was a little more work but well worth it as it is now a wireless bridge for my console's. Well worth the time and effort.
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has anyone tried rasing the clock speed above 200mhz?
Ya to 250 but with no performance increase.
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post #84 of 141
I linked www.wrtrouters.com at least twice already. Read the thread people.

My 2.2 WRT54G has had DD-WRT 23 SP2 for a while now. No problems other than an installation error, which was my fault.

Did you completely reset the modem NEvolution? Then flash the new firmware?
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post #85 of 141
It's alright now.

I had QoS enabled and then found out later that it is still buggy.
It also made it so that I could not enter the web gui through 192.168.1.1 in both wired and wireless situations. Only a power cycling would fix it.

I also upgraded to v23 sp2 standard and now everything works fine.
post #86 of 141
I've had 23 SP2 for a while now. I can't wait for a new version.

You shouldn't be able to access the router through wireless. And if you can, you should definitely turn it off.
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post #87 of 141
Well, there is only 1 computer in the network that is wired and that is my parents.
So it's pretty much a must for me to turn on access to the router through wireless.

Plus most of the neighbors here wouldn't be able to tell a router from a modem anyway, so I should be pretty safe.
post #88 of 141
Hope it works out for you.

If I see any posts or threads from you related to your open wireless access, expect a big I TOLD YOU SO.
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post #89 of 141
Mines open too. But, WEP secured.

Anywho, I have mine OCed to 216Mhz, and I know it helps performance, but what does it really help out? Distance?
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post #90 of 141
Keep in mind WEP isn't all that great. You should switch to WPA.

The real world gains from overclocking aren't that noticeable. My chip is at 216 mhz as well. When I go to replace this router, maybe I'll try 300 mhz and see what happens. Overclocking may help with signal strength and such but it's nothing major.
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