WAG325N Faults in Firmware Version:V1.00.06

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by icum, May 10, 2007.

  1. icum

    icum Network Guru Member

    no remote access, i get a blank white page....... and the wireless access keeps droping signal, i had to change the radio band to standard and not wide, so the WIRELESS-N is not working only working as a 54G WIRELESS....
    but at least its working........
    and the good new no power on button, which means after a power down it comes back up on its own, no pressing that little buton at the bottom, if you own a wag54gs or wag300n...hehe
    plus the line dose not drop with this router, as did with the wag300n i was using before and return then to pcworld..hehe
    the remote access is a bit of a bitch, you think they would get that write.....

    other than that it seems to work well..........
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    You say remote access. RDC? have you port forwarded port 3389 from the router to the pc you want to access? have you tried changing some of the options for RDC?
  3. icum

    icum Network Guru Member

    using port 8080, the dyndns works ok, as using it for other apps........
    mydyndns.com:8080 ,no username or password logon.......

    for remote access to the adsl modem/router (wag325n)...
    i purchased 3 wag325n all the same prob, the wireless is ok i dont use it that much, the range seems good....... conected to bethere and geting 18,000k on one and 20,000k on the other line download......... upload 1.3 on both lines....... i am happy with the toys, just have to wait for a new firmware..hehe
  4. icum

    icum Network Guru Member

    linksys released a new firmware for the wag325n version:V1.00.08, but still no remote access to the router for remote maintenance........

    will have to wait a bit longer, you never know....... lol
  5. moshi16

    moshi16 LI Guru Member

    i looked on the help link on the UI and it says that remote managemnt only works with https.

    Remote Management
    To allow remote access, select Enable. Otherwise, keep the default setting, Disable. The protocol HTTPS is required for remote management. To remotely access the device, enter https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8080 (the x's represent the device's Internet IP address, and 8080 represents the specified port) in your web browser's Address field
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