Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Dec 5, 2005.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Linksys ADSL2MUE now supports port forwarding!

    Check out this link:

    I can confirm that the firmware works for the ADSL2MUE-UK using pppoa with Wanadoo ADSL.

    The firmware also has a host of other features; QoS, etc.

    Lordy says the ADSL2MUE is probably the cheapest adsl modem/router
    on the market.

    Lordy Lordy.
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Firmware 2.17-ti

    The firmware is 2.17-ti dated May 2005. The firmware appears to be
    rock solid: uptime of over 24 hours, no memory leaks. Can confirm
    works both in "Bridge Mode" with both Linux and Windows XP configured as pppoe (using rp-pppoe with Linux). Also works as a standard ADSL modem on the network, with the ADSL2MUE doing the
    PPPOATM authentication. In a nutshell, probably makes the ADSL2MUE
    OpwnWRT AR7 port obsolete.

    The ADSL2MUE should have been issued with firmware of this calibre from day 1.

    £35 including delivery from Amazon UK

    Give it a try!
  3. lostsoul

    lostsoul Network Guru Member

    GREATTT!!!! i am using (original adsl2mue firm 4.12EU) and ROCKZZZZZZ :D
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Previously I was using my adsl2mue in bridge mode, through to a linux box running rp-pppoe doing the NAT/firewall stuff.

    Thought I'd try this firmware last night, so I downloaded it but left the adsl2mue in bridge mode. It worked fine all throught the night, so this morning I reconfigured it to pppoatm and letting it do some port forwarding instead of the linux box.

    It works fine! - except for one thing... looks like I've managed to attain over 3 years worth of uptime in one day:


  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    high ping


    i've got your same modem that i use with an ADSL 4mb connected in ethernet mode,i did the same firmware update, the modem goes ok but after 4 5 hours i start to go slow in loading websites and my ping arrives around 1500 1000ms when usually i'm around 50 60. Did you experienced this? and if now this could be due to some bad settings of the modem ...or something that i haven't set and i should?

  6. FiveHorse

    FiveHorse Network Guru Member


    i've recently updated to this firmware and and can state that it really is the dogs b#@ks.

    the only thing is, it's VERY unlikely this firmware supports ADSL2+
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