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OK Guys should I fix what ain't broke ?

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by Loboexe, Jul 12, 2005.

  1. Loboexe

    Loboexe Guest

    I have a WAG54G Ver2, took me 10 mins to get working and I have had no problems. I have a main PC wired in and a laptop on the wireless. I am running 1.00.19 firmware.

    I have a fixed IP from my ISP and use the DHCP to assign ip's to the connected devices.

    I have no problems other than the Laptop fades in the very back of the house if all the doors are shut.

    I have a nice big (if oldish) Dell server with dual processors and full RAID 5 with hot swap drives running Linux + a second box that is dual boot, both not currently connected.

    I want to get the server on line as a web - server, ftp box and maybe play around with a firewall and Samba for windows DC functions. And get the second box connected. I have available other routers (2X Cisco 2500, 1X 2600 and 4500) and a few switches (Cisco and 3com)

    Should I upgrade the linksys ?

    Will I gain anything ?

    I also have a block of 8 IP's I can use but am unsure what is the best way to intergrate those into what I have

    any hints tips and pointers ???
  2. DIqbal

    DIqbal Network Guru Member

    Hi everyone
    I recently got WAG54Gv2 but i'm not able to connect it to the ADSL. I've done the required settings but somehow it is not connecting to the internet and i don't know what to do. Can someone help me configure my router?
  3. Dolfhin

    Dolfhin Network Guru Member

    Upgrading the Firmware fixes some problems for me but you don't really gain anything. I would say try updating it and if you don't like it downgrade it :D

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