WRT54G just stop working over the night

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by Rudi1, Mar 11, 2005.

  1. Rudi1

    Rudi1 Network Guru Member


    Last time I have problems with my WRT54G 2.0 router.I have PPPOE ADSL connections and now I have instaled HyperWRT firmware,but I try some others too.
    The problems is that router just stop working over the night when I have my computer off,but when I try to turn it on in the morning just all lights on the router is flash and the router freeze(no connections)!
    Then I unplug the power and turn it on again and work without problem.
    Can anyone help with this?Last week i must every morning restart the power :(

  2. contra

    contra Network Guru Member

    I have the exakt same problem. But mine chokes to death when im downloading stuff from the internet to. I can download for a while but after a while the speed starts to drop and i get disconnected from the DC hub. I have notes that the power LED starts to flash when this happens. I have the alchemy 6.0rc6a but i have tried with the official v3.03.6 and v3.03.1 and its the samething.
  3. slamcat

    slamcat Network Guru Member

    If you're using PPPoE, try setting the MTU to 1492
  4. jagboy

    jagboy Network Guru Member

    i had this same problem. it happened when i just brought the router. i found ou that someone was loggin into my rotuer and changing settings. i thought it was a neighbor or something. but as soon as i enabled mac filtering and wpa the problem went away.
  5. Rudi1

    Rudi1 Network Guru Member


    Thanx for all yours answers,but all of it no help for me.In mean time i found some wireless connection's software winc from http://www.cirond.com/ and now connection is still alive.
    I don't know is maybae only problem in my system,but windows xp not work correct with my wireless card!
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