WRT54G v.6 Same boat as everyone else

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by mike_302, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. mike_302

    mike_302 LI Guru Member

    I have had enoug hwith Linksys. After making me wait over a month and a half for a "3 day" RMA, I get a version 6 in place of my version 5 and the version 6 is doing the same thing: Constantly losiong connection every few minutes, or if more than 1 computer attempts to access the internet at once. I have 1 wired and 2 wireless computers, as well as a Linksys Wireless Music Bridge on the network, and a Belkin Range extender (Wireless Access Point mode). MY interent connection is Bell Sympatico (up here in Canada, eh) and it's an Ultra High Speed DSL connection. I DO have hte latest firmware installed.

    Anywho, my question is very straightforward. Everyone on here is sayign that a simple transition to a linux firmware on the v.6 router will solve my problem, but I would like to know, first hand, most currently, what firmware do I need to download (preferably a direct link to the download page of the firmware)? If I would like, can I switch back to the Linksys firmware if I ever feel like it (for some reason completely unknown to me, but I would still like to know)? Will it work with my current setup?

    Thanks in advance for your help, and I hope to hear back soon! (The basic, straightforward, extremely common questions in here could make for a very helpful sticky in this forum if someone answers it very accurately)

  2. Low-WRT

    Low-WRT LI Guru Member

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