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Max number of connections

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by South, May 14, 2005.

  1. South

    South Network Guru Member

    What is the maximum ammount of connections that a WRT54G v1.1 can handle with the newest official and the newest HyperWRT firmware? I need to know to calculate my eMule settings :)

    Thanks a million$
     
  2. aaronamd

    aaronamd Network Guru Member

    I think it's something like 1096
     
  3. South

    South Network Guru Member

    With the HyperWRT or the official firmware?
     
  4. aaronamd

    aaronamd Network Guru Member

    with Hyper WRT it's 1096 and with linksys official it's like 4096--hyper WRT made this smaller so it's more stable--

    I run hyper WRT and beleive me, its roxors!
     
  5. South

    South Network Guru Member

    More stable with a smaller connection limit? Could please explain this a littel further? Also in the new version of HyperWRT it says that they expanded the limit. So the new limit is 1096 and in the old firmware the limit was even lower?

    Thanks for the help!
     
  6. _Shorty

    _Shorty Network Guru Member

  7. South

    South Network Guru Member

    This is just a number! What does it supposed to mean?

    Official release maximum number of connections

    or

    HyperWRT newest firmware maximum number of connections

    or

    HyperWRT older firmware maximum number of connectios?
     
  8. _Shorty

    _Shorty Network Guru Member

    well, you guys were making typos (or mistakes) in typing 1096, probably because you were typing 4096, so I just corrected you. Sorry to be so vague. ;) I am pretty sure this is the maximum number in HyperWRT 2.0 but I'm not sure about other versions. I think the Linksys firmware uses that number too, but I'm too tired to remember correctly at the moment. I believe Sveasoft Alchemy uses 4096 by default.
     
  9. aaronamd

    aaronamd Network Guru Member

    sorry for the mistake...I honestly thought it was 1096
     

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