WRT350N - How to go back to native firmware

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by Jeeps, Nov 3, 2007.

  1. Jeeps

    Jeeps Guest

    Hello all,

    Just discovered this forum after trying to upgrade my WRT350N from 1.03.2 to 1.03.7 using the web-based GUI. It stopped at 88% but gave me a success prompt, but it was not to be... flashing power light, etc...

    I was sure I had a copy of 1.03.2 lying around, but was incorrect (D'oh!).

    So I then flashed dd-wrt v24 mini 350N successfully, but found to my dismay that the security features it offers are not up to date (only WEP, WPA and RADIUS).

    I tried flashing the native 1.03.7 using TFTP, but get an invalid code message...

    Has anyone reverted from dd-wrt to native, and if so how did you do it?

    Guess a live 350N is better than a brick, but I would like as secure connection as I can get...

    Thanks in advance,

  2. LatinTek

    LatinTek Network Guru Member

    My Flash Experience

    Hey Jeeps... I had the same problem flashing to 1.03.7 from 1.03.2. I flashed it using the tftp util... It stalled or whatever... I Totally FREAKED OUT!! Anyway I had made a backup of the default firmware and found I could still at least access the the router through the html interface. So I updated the firmware with 1.03.2 using the html upgrade page. I then made sure the router was funtioning properly and then used the web interface to flash again to 1.03.7 and have had no problems since. Been running good so far.

    As far as the 1.03.2 Firmware, you should be able to still get it from the Linksys website or find info on it somewhere on Linksysinfo.org. Good Luck!
  3. Notes

    Notes Guest

    I also have been trying to find the 1.03.2 firmware, but no luck!

    The linksys site *only* has the latest (currently 1.03.7) - and I've been Google'ing for a while now... :(

    Anyone know where one is...?

    Thanks :)
  4. Toink

    Toink Network Guru Member

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