half upstream - why ???

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by d3rm1k, Jul 13, 2005.

  1. d3rm1k

    d3rm1k Network Guru Member

    Hello @all.

    I've got a big problem: I've got a WRT54G v.2.2 with "DD-WRT #22-prefinal5 (talismen)", which runs on an A-DSL 2048/384 line.

    Now my problem is: When I upload anything, e.g. on an FTP Server I only get about 20k upload. When I do the same whithout any router - just connecting directly to the net - I get more than 44k :roll:

    Could that be a problem with the hardware or just a misconfiguration (I don't think so)? Anybody here, who had the same or a similar probelm? :?:

    Thanks in advance and best regards ....

  2. EnigmaX4

    EnigmaX4 Network Guru Member

    Brainslayer has found the problem with the speeds. This will be fix in the next V22 Sneak release
  3. d3rm1k

    d3rm1k Network Guru Member

    That sounds really good, but I forgot to say, that I used the Alchemy 1.0 before, where I had the same problem. Is the bug in there, too?

    Do you know, what the problem is, or when the new sneak release will come?

    thnx ... Mik
  4. EnigmaX4

    EnigmaX4 Network Guru Member

    Thats where the bug came from alchemy. It came from the Rflow. As you know DD-WRT started from Alchemy so that means it took some of the bugs from Alchemy also. But now most of the bugs are fixed including the Speed Problems. Just wait for the next V22 Sneak Preview.
  5. d3rm1k

    d3rm1k Network Guru Member

  6. EnigmaX4

    EnigmaX4 Network Guru Member

    no it is the next one coming in a couple days
  7. d3rm1k

    d3rm1k Network Guru Member

    a couple of days is a litte lightscribe in the darkness ... I really hope, that the new firmware solves my problem. Why should I pay for 384 up, when I only can use 192, right?

    What about updating to the new FW ... do I need to reset the Router to FW-Defaults, or just update and run??

    Sorry for my lot of questions ....
  8. d3rm1k

    d3rm1k Network Guru Member

    !!> Update <!!

    I've found a solution: buy a new router! After trying several cables, firmwares (hacks and originals), I've bought a new WRT and see: everything workes fine; with full speed. :lol:

    I wil send my 'broken' WRT to Linksys for repair/change and sell it, when I get it back (anyone interested? *gg*). :wink:

    Thanks everyone for helping :!:

    Brgds ... Mik
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