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Can someone link me to WRT firmware for the netgear DG384Gv3
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well i figure it should have come pre installed with buffalo ddwrt...

but now that i know it doesnt matter for me i have dynamic i wont even be able to do this properly with out it changing on me kinda sucks
you have a dynamic what, a dynamic IP?
That's no problem, sign up at dyndns, noip or wherever and configure that under Setup->DDNS
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Can someone link me to WRT firmware for the netgear DG384Gv3
Doesn't look like there's any DD-WRT images for that router.
This might help a bit if you're feeling frisky:
http://wiki.openwrt.org/oldwiki/Open...Netgear/DG834G
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Doesn't look like there's any DD-WRT images for that router.
This might help a bit if you're feeling frisky:
http://wiki.openwrt.org/oldwiki/Open...Netgear/DG834G
Well i've got a back up router if anything goes wrong but its the same chipset i'll give it a go thanks
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I have a linksys wrt160n(running dd-wrt) and motorola 2210 in bridge mode for at&t dsl. Is bridge mode the best settings for my isp and any specific settings for dd-wrt? I don't seem to see the TTL box in the firmware.
    
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Im in linksys WRTG54GS V6
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Is this better than tomato. I believe I have a Linksys WRT54G V5 or 6 (forgot) and I need to turn it into a wireless access point. I wanna increase wifi strength in the house on the main floor and in the basement. The main router is in my bedroom upstairs. Is DD-WRT a good Firmware for this?
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Is this better than tomato. I believe I have a Linksys WRT54G V5 or 6 (forgot) and I need to turn it into a wireless access point. I wanna increase wifi strength in the house on the main floor and in the basement. The main router is in my bedroom upstairs. Is DD-WRT a good Firmware for this?
Tomato is not supported by the WRT54G v5 and up. In fact you can only use the micro version of DD-WRT on this router, which works fine as wireless access point.

I too have the WRT54G v6 and was using it as a WAP until i replaced it with a wireless n router. Tomato is the better firmware but you have no other options.

Also google dd-wrt wireless reapter, i think that is more what your looking for.
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Finally got my old 54g(v2 i think) with ddwrt set up as a wireless repeater client bridge and its pretty cool. Running tests i see the ping lag in it, but thats understandable. Using it as a way to get wired connections on the other side of the house wirelessly is convent too.

ddwrt is still running strong on my 350n, haven;t had a spot of trouble on it and it has been managing two ipod touches, a wii, a 360, a couple laptops, a netbook, a tv, printers, and 1-4 desktops. Most of the time only 2-4 are using the internet at once, but sometimes they are all using it, I am satisfied.
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I just joined the group! Add me in for a Linksys WRT300N v1.1 and Linksys E2000 running DD-WRT
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