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Bad Connection

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by whozyodaddy, Jan 1, 2006.

  1. whozyodaddy

    whozyodaddy Network Guru Member


    I am using the latest beta build of Tofu, and have had this problem for quite some time.

    My router is a v4, and is located in the room next to me. I connect to it via Windows, rather than the Linksys product.

    It disconnects and I get bad signal connection. I only get around 2-4 bars and speed is 2-11mbps (signal strength is mostly "low"). I know I should be getting at least 54mpbs because I have in the past.

    Please help.

  2. whozyodaddy

    whozyodaddy Network Guru Member

    I'm fucking tired of this shit! There are SO many problems I can't even begin to describe.

    How do I revert back to the original Linksys firmware?
  3. jotka

    jotka Guest

    :rockon: LOL man
  4. whozyodaddy

    whozyodaddy Network Guru Member

    There could be many factors affecting my problems, such as the phone, my router, or my ISP.

    Bottom line, it was working when I was using the vanilla linksys firmware that came with the router - and I want to give it a shot back to see if it works.

    How would I go about doing this? Where could I download the stock firmware?

    My router says "Firmware Version : v4.30.1, HyperWRT 2.1b1 +tofu11x " if that helps.
  5. raistphrk

    raistphrk Network Guru Member

    You may want to consider spending $40 at CompUSA and buying a set of their 9dbi antennae. That might help with the signal problems.
  6. whozyodaddy

    whozyodaddy Network Guru Member

    Bump. Can anybody give me a download link?
  7. DallasFlier

    DallasFlier Network Guru Member

    You might get a little better response if you would post an intelligent message without all the ugly language.

    How do you revert to the original firmware? You've been waiting two weeks for an answer here? Gee, lets see - its a WRT54G - that's made by Linksys, right? Ya think, just maybe, that it might be worth trying Linksys' website - you know, www.linksys.com?? Maybe click on "support", then "downloads" then pick the model number and version of your router? This isn't exactly rocket science here, and Linksys didn't exactly make it hard to find, either.
  8. NateHoy

    NateHoy Network Guru Member


    select "WRT54G V4"
    select "Downloads for this product"
  9. whozyodaddy

    whozyodaddy Network Guru Member

    Thanks man.

    I apoligize for the outburst, testosterone got the best of me.

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