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found the solution, was the firmware

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by cfrank30, Sep 14, 2005.

  1. cfrank30

    cfrank30 Network Guru Member

    hy, changed to hyper-wrt and now i have a connection, a bit slower 8 150 kbyte per second, dlink 400 kbyte per second)
    very strange
     
  2. matthiaz

    matthiaz Network Guru Member

    WTF are you trying to tell us here? This kind of stupid threads nobody needs here!!! :eek:
     
  3. cfrank30

    cfrank30 Network Guru Member

    No , its reality, i can send you a complete benchmark if you want.

    with the firmware of ddwrt i could not get a connection so i switched to hyper-wrt.

    I really like the ddwrt firmware. And i would like to use it and i will try the new beta . But this is very strange.

    I dont have a explanation for this.
     
  4. will792

    will792 Network Guru Member

    My guess is that you refer to some other threads you posted before. Not everyone would associate it without a link to it or a thread title. The posting does not make much sense by itself.
     
  5. Maugus

    Maugus Network Guru Member

    cfrank30 Why dony you try v22 R2 which is a FINAL VERSION instead of using v23 alpha or beta ... ? HyperWRT is good but DD-WRT is far far better. I know v23 FINAL will be the best firmware ever made.
     
  6. cfrank30

    cfrank30 Network Guru Member

    is it running stable in the wireless part ?
     
  7. Lazybones

    Lazybones Network Guru Member

    There IS a known wireless speed bug in the DD-WRT 22 versions..

    THe linksys and HyperWRT firmwares to not have it.. Also DD-WRT 23 is supposed to fix it, but might be unstable still.
     
  8. cfrank30

    cfrank30 Network Guru Member

    status monitor for bad transmission?

    is there a possibility to see whats going on the "line" errors or something else

    I really would like to know why i only get 150 kbyte over this link with 70 % signal quality. Is there something like a status monitor ?

    Because i really dont know why it is so "slow". With my really stupid always hanging dlink i get 500 kbyte.

    For example with a netgear access point i dont get any data flowing over the line.

    there is only the link established but no any data is transferring.

    Would could be the reasson for this.

    in the linksys I changed the channel etc but no higher data transfer.

    What can i change more ( rts etc) what are good values for "bad" signals.

    Thanks for the help
     

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