WRT600N Related Solutions

How to fix a Bricked Linksys Router

The following simple solution explains how to fix a bricked Linksys router. Tested on a Linksys WRT54G router. Typically a router can become bricked if a firmware update was unsuccessful. Many people think that their Linksys router is no longer any good because they cannot access the Linksys admin panel after a failed firmware update. However, in most cases, a bricked Linksys router is completely repairable and simply requires a new means of flashing to get it back up and running again.

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How to wirelessly bridge a WRT54G to a WRT600N router

The following tutorial covers the process of wirelessly bridging a connection between a Linksys WRT54G router (running DD-WRT software) and a Linksys WRT54G router. By following this tutorial, the WRT54G becomes a wireless client to the WRT600N base station. This allows a user to connect computers to the WRT54G router via the wired ports, while the wireless side of the router is dedicated to routing the connection to and from the WRT600N. This is a great way to retain usage of your WRT54G router after having upgraded to a WRT600N.

Purpose: To have wired client connections in a different room or even level that connect to your main router without wires joining the two routers and without having to purchase wireless cards for the clients.

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WRT600N wireless dropouts on 5ghz band

Getting WRT600N wireless dropouts on 5ghz band? We recently upgraded from a WRT54GL router to a Linksys WRT600N Linksys Ultra RangePlus Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router to take advantage of the dual band 5ghz and 2.4ghz wireless N frequencies along with the gigabit wired network connection. Initially, we were disappointed to find that while working via the 5ghz band on our wireless workstations, we would get randomly dropped connections. This would typically occur when doing large downloads (receiving large packets). All of our workstations use Intel 4965AGN wireless cards and we never experienced a hiccup on 2.4ghz frequency with the old WRT54GL router.

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