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WRT54GX2 config problems

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by ciscofreak, Feb 21, 2006.

  1. ciscofreak

    ciscofreak Network Guru Member

    Hi everyone,

    I've been a lurker here for a while and am now in need of your help.

    I just gave away my old WRT54GSv2 and purchased a GX2 which I am not happy with at all.

    I CANNOT for the life of me get to the config page and when I do, it hangs on the setup page. I will click a link only for it to hang then try to load the next page. Why cant I navigate the config pages to set this router up????

    I am litteraly pulling my hair out!!!!!

  2. darthxmark

    darthxmark Network Guru Member

    what browser are you using? the old firmware doesn't support firefox. You need to use IE. I also have a GX2 and am not fully satisfied with it, there were several issues with it using the firmware it shipped with.

    I have lately upgraded to the new firmware, which fixed several issues, but also introduced new ones. One being, my wired computers cannot connect to my wireless computers. I still have to try more things to troubleshoot this.

    Hopefully this info can help you out.

    Anyone with out there with any good suggestions on this wireless router?
  3. ciscofreak

    ciscofreak Network Guru Member

    Yes I used IE to try and configure the router. Sometimes it will load the opening config page (after entering the passwd) then hang from there. I cannot navigate at all.

    As for using the startup disk; It says "Cannot see router, please check to make sure router has power". I am able to ping the router just fine but no able to communicate with it.
  4. Randy

    Randy Network Guru Member

    Again....this problem may be related to the overheating issue. Mine would lockup and do a thing until I unplugged it for several minutes
  5. ciscofreak

    ciscofreak Network Guru Member

    Not an overheating issue...
  6. ciscofreak

    ciscofreak Network Guru Member

    Finally got into the config pages by booting in to safe mode with networking. I then upgraded the firmware from 1.01.06 to 1.01.14 and everything seems to be working fine now.

    I really wanted to kill this thing:)

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