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Problems with Azureus and DD-WRT+WRT54Gv5

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by peche, Sep 29, 2006.

  1. peche

    peche LI Guru Member

    Hi guys i recently upgraded my firmware of my router WRT54Gv5, Now i using DD-WRT v23 SP2 (09/15/06) i trying this version and everything i good so far but become a mess when azureus is active.

    Like i said i'm user of bittorrent P2P,using Azureus to share files, but the weard thing is when azureus is active downloading or sharing something i start to get continuous disconections from internet. Tryed to adjust the filter for P2P but i still getting disconections, really i dont know what the problem is, BTW... i jus put the original firmware back and tryed out with azureus and the router works fine without problems that's why i think the problem is the Firmware...

    What i wanna know is if any one in this site have the same problem/ know how to fix it?, maybe another version of the DD-WRT firmware???
  2. kop48

    kop48 Network Guru Member

  3. u3gyxap

    u3gyxap Network Guru Member

    The limited amount of memory on v5 routers does not allow them to show the full potential of DD-WRT, and does not allow this particular firmware to handle very well big amount of concurrent connections.
  4. peche

    peche LI Guru Member

    So how can you explain that my router with the original firmware works fine with azureus than DD-WRT, the connections are the same the only thing i changed was the firmware i tough that my problem was a bad flash or bad config... So i realize that my router is a piece of crap....:mad:
  5. kop48

    kop48 Network Guru Member

    Ah yeah, V5's are pretty bad. ;-)
  6. sonarman

    sonarman Network Guru Member

  7. DrTofu83

    DrTofu83 Network Guru Member

    I thought it so. I still think it, but then I flashed the DD-WRT, and changed something accordingly to the cited guide.

    Put the enabled Connection up to 4096, and both TCP and UDP timeout at 300. It's fine, and the lack of p2p performances denounced in the guide is quite incospicous. You can still use GAIM and stuff better than ever, plus, when you use Azureus and eMule connection never drops.
    It's not like having a WRT54GL, but for a while you can keep running your old lousy blue-and-black box.

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