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Thibor 15c unstable on WRT54G

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by zz123zz, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. zz123zz

    zz123zz LI Guru Member


    I recently put Thibor 15c on my WRT54G v2.0. As the router was extremely unstable at first I changed the cpu_overdrive setting to 1. This helped ... for a while.

    It ran for three days without a reboot until yesterday. Since then it reboots about every 8 hours. I checked the cpu_overdrive setting and it's still 1. It even reboots when I don't use P2P.

    What's wrong? Any ideas?

  2. swinn

    swinn Network Guru Member

    Did you reset the router after flashing?

    I don't think cpu_overdrive does anything for the G v2.0. cpu_overdrive overclocks the router to 216mhz for the G v2.2 and possibly the 3.0. Course you could check the nvram variable clkfreq to see what it is set to.
  3. zz123zz

    zz123zz LI Guru Member

    I cleared the NVRAM & made a normal reset.
    You're right the CPU isn't at 216Mhz. Still, it seemed to be working in the first few days.
  4. frode3

    frode3 Network Guru Member

    hmm thibor15c is one of the most stable firmwares outthere so it sounds really funny that you have all these problems have you any startup scripts running?
  5. zz123zz

    zz123zz LI Guru Member

    No, there are no startup scripts. Basically I only changed the pppoe settings, the WLAN encryption stuff, QoS and Port Forwarding. Everything else I left as it was.
  6. kop48

    kop48 Network Guru Member

    Try leaving it to defaults for a few days and see what happens (except, of course, your PPPOE settings)
  7. kiskakas

    kiskakas Network Guru Member

    without any comment... i'd like to thanks thibor15c to thibor, with this:

    Uptime : 98 days, 23:40:07
    System Load : 0.00 / 0.00 / 0.00

  8. GhaladReam

    GhaladReam Network Guru Member

    That's very strange indeed. Try switching back to the regular linksys stock firmware and see if the issues continue. If they do, you know there may be a physical defect in the router. If not, then there's something not set correctly in Thibor15c.. Because, as others have said, it's the most stable firmware that i know of.

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