WRT54GS -> High Throughput causes disconnect

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by zephyr325, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. Travelller

    Travelller LI Guru Member

    Thx much for the feedback (& mstombs too) - I will eventually gather the courage to try Tomato, but in the meantime, I am pleased to say that I used the Linksys U.S. FW (4.71.1) and have resolved my LAN file-transfer problem :D

    Speed-wise, nothing too impressive with an avg. of 25Mbps which is exactly the same results as with the older 3.37.2 fw. I'm using all default values (Beacon Interval 100, Frame Burst enabled, DTIM Interval 1, etc...). The connection is via 128bit WEP, mixed mode, SES inactive, tranmission rate on auto).
  2. cliper

    cliper New Member Member

    @dougxd & @walay, i've got the same issues guys but after setting my Wireless Channel width to "auto" and maybe it lowers to 20Mhz instead of 40Mhz seems to work for me. now I've got clogged wireless. It's very slow copying files.

    max rate at 11Mbps.

    I've got a E1200 v2 linksys 2.4 Ghz flushed with DD-WRT

    and it seems to be correct as what the linksys spec page says:

    Model: Linksys E1200
    Technology: Wireless-N
    Bands: 2.4 GHz

    Before, I set it to 40Mhz fix, and I've got at least 2Mbps max transfer and did not have issues while copying & playing movies except that it disconnects.

    So maybe it's safe to conclude that it's an issue of band power? and that even my router can support up to 300Mhz?
    Last edited: Apr 4, 2015
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