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NOTE TO WINDOWS VISTA AND WINDOWS 7 USERS: By default the TFTP Client is disabled and you SHALL NOT PROCEED UNLESS YOU HAVE ENABLED IT. Messing around with JTAG cables taught him some things, but... ) Be absolutely sure that you have tftp set to binary or octel.

To enable: click the Start orb and type the following into the Start Search field: "features" (Without the " " of course, but you have to tell some people). If you leave tftp in ascii it will appear to work but the flash won't take.] 1.

A while back, I was having some issues with my Linksys Router. A perfectly good router back then, but whenever I connected to it with my shiny new Windows 7 laptop via Wi-Fi, my network connection slowed to a crawl.

I tried everything and changed all of the router settings, to no avail.

MORE: 12 More Things You Didn't Know Could Be Hacked If you want to protect against The Moon, or simply wish to ensure that your Linksys router is as safe as it can be, read on to find out how to upgrade your firmware and adjust your router settings. If that doesn't work, then the local IP address of your router was changed from the default during the initial setup.

Find out the new IP address and enter that instead. Log into the setup page using your administrator credentials.

Tomato is a small, lean and simple replacement firmware for Linksys' WRT54G/GL/GS, Buffalo WHR-G54S/WHR-HP-G54 and other Broadcom-based routers.

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In the left pane of the new window, click Turn Windows Features on or off. All Chips are supported, just follow step by step procedure at: [1] BB2/viewtopic.php?

I remembered the bricked router and wondered if – years later – I could finally fix that thing. After doing a bit of research, I discovered a variety of factory “reset” sequences that allegedly work with Linksys routers.

Basically, hold down the reset button for 15 to 30 seconds (depending who you talk to), power off the router (while holding reset), then power back on and keep holding reset for 15 to 30 seconds. While the power light kept incessantly blinking (the sign of a bricked router), and while I couldn’t access it on 192.168.1.1 with my browser, I was surprised to see that my computer “saw” the router when I connected a network cable. It seemed so odd to me that I could ping the router, but couldn’t get to the web-based emergency recovery screen that all of the blogs and forums mentioned should come up after a reset. So, I went out in search of a way to flash my Linksys with firmware without the need to use any web-based front end. However, I discovered an awesome set of tools and instructions at DD-WRT.

As you see, it is generally not a good idea to buy any of the ones from version 5 and up, because that is the point at which the specs got rolled back.

The earlier models are easily found for cheap though.