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Wrt54gl HyperWrt

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by XfrostX, May 5, 2007.

  1. XfrostX

    XfrostX LI Guru Member

    Is Thibor 15c the latest firmware for WRT54GL ? Thanks
  2. Thibor

    Thibor Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    yes it is
  3. XfrostX

    XfrostX LI Guru Member


    One more question does you firmware fix the old connection thing that is caused by bittorrent ?
  4. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    Could you please be more specific about this so called "Old Connection" caused by Bittorrent?
  5. XfrostX

    XfrostX LI Guru Member

    As said on Utorrent.com in the FAQ, I tried dd-wrt and it failed to help me. When i leave bittorrent on over night the TCP AND UDP connections stay there even though its on 600 time out. So, when im playing a game such as Counter sTrike it Lags me out for 30 seconds ( Which is the router rebooting in think) , and it lags me when i refresh the server list. Can someone Show my how to Optimize my router using hyperwrt ? like using Qos Which i do not know what is ..
  6. XfrostX

    XfrostX LI Guru Member

    bymp ?
  7. frenchy2k1

    frenchy2k1 LI Guru Member

    QoS stands for Quality of Service.
    The goal is to prioritize traffic that needs to be while letting the rest fight for the bandwidth.
    Basically, to reach your goal, you'd need to:
    - increase the number of connections tracked (4000 is usually alright)
    - decrease the connection tracking time (600 is the value frequently used)
    - set the priority of all traffic to low
    - set your critical applications to normal/high (in your case Counter-strike to high and probably web surfing/email to normal)

    This should help reduce the lag.
    Also, if you are connecting through wireless, it is possible that interferences force your router and computer to exchange packet several times. Try changing the frequency/channel you use. Try 1, 6 and 11. If you have a 2.4GHz cordless phone, it may be the reason of those lags.

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