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dd-wrt.v22.prefinal4.bin to a WRT54G v2.2 acting flaky

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by dehmmy, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. dehmmy

    dehmmy Network Guru Member

    Installed dd-wrt.v22.prefinal4.bin to a v2.2 WRT54G with latest factory firm.

    dd-wrt.v22.prefinal4.bin 19eeb1d09429a4d3a185c58456db52d6

    downloaded from dd-wrt.com..

    It's acting real flaky and slow at times.. I can immediately connect to the internet via wire.. but it takes a long time to be able to access the web interface.. I've had points where I had to reset the whole thing to default and enter in all the config info all over again.. Is there something im doing wrong here?

    The s/n of the linksys begins with CDF7 aka v2.2 as I said before..

    Anyone else experiencing this?
    Is there a fix/solution?


  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    you havent enable afterburner have you?
  3. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    if you're using a different language as english it can be significant slower
  4. dehmmy

    dehmmy Network Guru Member

    Not using afterburner.. pretty much using defaults.. and using english lang.
    I just tweaked the power to around 55 mW .. the WRT seems to hang after some uptime.. and i have to pull the plug on it.. should i try;

    MD5sum: 078f13155d6baab9394d1e24b5d96eae


    I also seem to get sporadic wireless connection drops.. and low transfer speed as well as fluctuating signal strength.. hmmmmmm

    Could this be the wireless card? I'm using an Dell 1350 Mini PCI card.. I bet that has something to do with it...... I'm using Windows Wireless Zero Configuration to manage the card vs. Dell's crappy utility.. and i Patched XP SP1 to support TKIP which I am using..

    I thought i read somewhere that people were having problems with this card and using AES or TKIP random connection drops but I'm also wondering if theres any settings on DD-WRT that are contributing to it..?

    any input?


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