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WRT54G crashing every 5-10 mins when in Use

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by midg3t, Jul 5, 2006.

  1. midg3t

    midg3t LI Guru Member

    My WRT54G crashes every 5-10mins when in use, I cannot finish a download nor keep a constant connection. Usually it just times out for a second or two and recconects (freezing your downloads or anything), but sometimes it just stops alltogether and requires me to unplug/replug the Router and Modem, sometimes it needs a total PC restart alltogether. I am wired into to it, not wireless, but it happens to the wireless connection as well. What is the deal? I can never manage to finish a download over 35mb, or run an online application. How can this be fixed?

    WRT54G v.3 // Firmware Version : v4.00.5

    Thank you for your concerns.
     
  2. Thibor

    Thibor Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    firstly you should upgrade your firmware to the newest available to eliminate possible firmware bugs.
     
  3. midg3t

    midg3t LI Guru Member

    Thank you for taking the time to reply here as well. I was curious to know if you thought I should download the Firmware via Linksys.com or try your HyperWRT. Also, what are the advantages I would find due to your HyperWRT?

    Thanks again.

    m|dg3t
     
  4. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    some of his features:

    * Adjustment of transmit power of wireless LAN
    * Antenna selection
    * 14 wireless channels
    * 'Boot wait' protection (increase the time slot for uploading firmware via the boot loader)
    * Increased Port Forwarding & Triggering fields
    * Increased QoS Device & Application fields
    * Increased Access Restrictions Policies & Blocked Services fields
    * Command Shell
    * TELNET Daemon (access to shell)
    * Startup & Firewall scripts
    * Uptime and load average
    * Reboot button at 'Management' page
    * Additional filters to proxy, Java applet, ActiveX, cookies, port scans and P2P (blocks BitTorrent, Kazaa, WinMX, eDonkey, DC and Gnucleus)
    * WDS and Wireless Bridge (WET) capabilities
    * Static DHCP leases
    * Local domain names
    * Programmable SES button (wireless on/off button or run a custom script)
    * UPnP page to view and delete UPnP mappings
    * Site survey page to view other networks in your neighborhood
    * Secure Shell server (SSHD)
    * Wake-on-LAN from GUI (from qwerty)
    * Port redirection
    * P2P-specific QoS
    * Additional DDNS services
    * Bugs from the stock firmware fixed
    * Plus other improvements
     
  5. midg3t

    midg3t LI Guru Member

    Then is that what I should download or what should I download?
     

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