Reset of router

Billie Walsh bilwalsh at swbell.net
Fri May 16 18:58:22 BST 2008


Sylviane et Perry White wrote:
> On Friday 16 May 2008 04:44, Vic Dickey wrote:
> (in reply to Neil and me having to reset our routers)
>   
>> I have had the same problem with the Linksys WRT54G v2 since new. Six
>> months ago a relitive suggested that I install OpenWrt in the WRT54G
>> router.  It was easy and the results were outstanding. I believe I have
>> needed to reconnect to the ISP only two times in the Six months. Try it out
>> by downloading OpenWrt <http://openwrt.org/>.
>>     
> Thanks a lot Vic,
> *I will think about it*, expecially on how to back-up the old router version 
> in order to revert (without internet and the router) if things go wrong.
> I can probably, given time, get out of most trouble (but I would hate to have 
> to go to an internet café to download stuff to rescue my router) ...so I 
> carefully avoid to risk any trouble when I don't have much free time ahead.
> OTH it is probably safe to download the OpenWrt and read what it says, plus 
> read again the docs for my router...and you said it was easy :-)
>
> Perry
>   
We use the DDWRT software in our routers and have never had a problem 
loading it.

I think since we started using the DDWRT software we have only had to 
reboot the router about once or twice a year and then only after a 
severe storm or something.

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