so many toys, so little time

Discussion in 'Sveasoft Firmware' started by Chris71Mach1, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. Chris71Mach1

    Chris71Mach1 Network Guru Member

    too bad it took me 5 days to realize alchemy had gone stable, but desipte that AND how long it took to go stable, its totally worth the wait!! as much as i liked the improvement of Satori over the factory firmware, alchemy just blows it out of the water.

    i will have to say, it was a little buggy to install, but nothing that a half hour of messing with the router didnt fix. i didnt reset the whole router before flashing it, though i see no negative consequence from that, but after i flashed it, none of my boxes, wireless or otherwise, could open the config page, nor could i get bandwidth to any of my wireless boxes (though the nics never seemed to drop their connections, which i thought was odd). basically, a simple reset of the router got me back into the config, and i just had to manually set everything up again (satori never required just worked right outta the gate). once everything was set up, everything is working slightly better than it ever did with satori. all the new features that alchemy has really makes it worth the wait and the trouble to install and set things up.

    thank you linksys for using open source firmware!!!!
  2. Guyfromhe

    Guyfromhe Network Guru Member

    you should always do a hard reset after installing new firmware, sometimes the variables in nvram change and if you have the old info there it can mess up the new firmware of the firmware may not know what to do if theres missing values that should be there.
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