FTP transfer and Transfer between wire and wireless

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by MsPa1nT, May 23, 2005.

  1. MsPa1nT

    MsPa1nT Network Guru Member

    Now here's the thing.. Coying between computers with wire and wireless doesn't work when i have the newest HyperWRT firmware on my WRT54G 2.2 but it does work when i downloaded and flashed the router with the official linksys drivers that was overclocked.

    This is something which i think highly should be implemented to the HyperWRT firmware so that you can copy things over the FTP protocoll without be needed to switch to the official drivers.
  2. ravn

    ravn Network Guru Member

    Don't think it has something to do with the HyperWRT firmware. I can easily copy all the files i want across wire to wireless.. Even big files as dvd isos is not at problem.
    And then er little showoff :)
  3. aaronamd

    aaronamd Network Guru Member

    to fix this all you have to do isthe overclocking manually. no prob right?

    so here we go,
    telnet your router
    sighn in to router
    issue this command (after typing it hit enter) nvram set clkfreq=216
    than this command (after typing it hit enter) nvram commit

    than pull the plug on your router
    then plug'er in again and you should be set, it it still does it that repeat all steps and make the 216 higher.

    I should stress that you can KILL your router this way and I am in no way responsible, but that linksys beta does pretty much the same thing that I listed here.
  4. ravn

    ravn Network Guru Member

    Have I missed something, or why is everybody doing this overclock?
    Mine is working perfectly without any modification beside the startup script to kill dead connections, caused by too much p2p..
  5. akumulator

    akumulator Network Guru Member

    Look at this topic:

    Some users have problem with copying big files and overclocking should be a solution.

    What hardware revision do you have?

    The non-problem version should be v2.0... I havent got WRT54g yet, but I am planing it. I am little scared, that I will have same problem like others. Dont think, that overclocking is a good way, because the router will be situated directly under roof and in summer there is quite hot. Overclocking will certainly increase router temperature...
  6. aaronamd

    aaronamd Network Guru Member

    most units have ram that is too slow for 54mbit speed, this is resolved be overclocking it a little to increase it's thouroughput.
  7. akumulator

    akumulator Network Guru Member

    Cannot overclock


    I try to overclock my router via Telnet and the commands written here.

    I opened Telnet by pressing button in firmware GUI and enter the commands, reboot router...

    But when I chcecked the clockspeet it was 200 :-(

    nvram show clkfreq

    Anybody have some idea?

    Thanks a lot!
  8. aaronamd

    aaronamd Network Guru Member

    did you do
    nvram commit

    and maybe try this through the command shell option
  9. akumulator

    akumulator Network Guru Member

    Yes I did...When I enter commit it take a few seconds till I was able to write reboot command... So I expected that it was done.

    Thanks, I will try command shell...
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