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HyperWRT Wish List

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by Avenger20, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. CPH_Boomer

    CPH_Boomer LI Guru Member

    Support for WRT300N !
    Everybody is having trouble with the Linksys firmware!
    Please help us out.
    Thanks

    Best Regards
    Frederik Skovgaard
     
  2. buho

    buho Guest

    There's a new official firmware: 1.03.3 in www.linksys.com.
    But I don't know how convenient is to actualize it. I have the WRT300N v.1 with firmware 0.93.3
    What problems did you have?
     
  3. jksmurf

    jksmurf Network Guru Member

    I know it's not nice pointing "over there" and asking for 'what he's got' but what I would really like to see is a nice graphical Bandwidth Monitor ala Tomato. That's all ... possibility?

    k.
     
  4. bortas

    bortas LI Guru Member

    I second the Bandwidth Monitor suggestion

    Title says it all.

    Jerome
     
  5. bortas

    bortas LI Guru Member

    I second the Bandwidth Monitor suggestion

    Title says it all.

    Jerome
     
  6. chadrew

    chadrew LI Guru Member

    I was thinking that showing number of connections currently in use would be nice (so I know what to set as max connections, or when p2p uses too many).

    Maybe some QoS improvements.

    Otherwise the smaller and faster it is, the better :)
     
  7. CDuv

    CDuv LI Guru Member

    Disabling a wired port through web interface.

    (Please, don't pay attention if posted before)
     
  8. fragg3r

    fragg3r Guest

    If there will be any update for the WRT54GS Thibor Firmware
    - LAN IP / destination @ incoming log
     
  9. arvetus

    arvetus LI Guru Member

    PPTP VPN client
     
  10. RoadRanger

    RoadRanger LI Guru Member

    It would be great if the WAN port becomes an extra LAN port when "disabled". :)
     
  11. jasqid

    jasqid Network Guru Member

    It would be great...

    It would be great if this firmware was resurrected and updated again!
     

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