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  Topic: Client Bridge Wrt54 GL
Alberto

Replies: 3
Views: 2911

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:30   Subject: Client Bridge Wrt54 GL
I would start with the simplest setup. Disable encription and see if it works. You could also try with a fixed IP address.
Check with ping the connectivity between the two wireless routers.
  Topic: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Alberto

Replies: 277
Views: 243575

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2010 12:45   Subject: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
*bump*

Support for WRT54G-TM?


Did you loose configuration on this router or are you acting in advance?
The newer dd-wrt releases does not seem to have this kind of problem.
  Topic: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Alberto

Replies: 277
Views: 243575

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2010 12:44   Subject: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
*bump*

Support for WRT54G-TM?

Why did you necro this thread? You need to read the wiki. And the Peacock thread, notes 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11, 13, 14, and 16...THEN if you have problems, let us know ...
  Topic: Changing the defaults dd-wrt restores to after reset
Alberto

Replies: 1
Views: 1547

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Thu Jul 02, 2009 11:23   Subject: Re: Changing the defaults dd-wrt restores to after reset
The startup script you need to modify is /etc/init.d/rcS.
If your commands require a reboot you will probably need to write something in nvram or jffs to see if the reboot is needed or not. Changing s ...
  Topic: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Alberto

Replies: 277
Views: 243575

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Sat Mar 14, 2009 13:16   Subject: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Not sure if anyone has posted this yet but I've seen this issue with a few WRT54G v8 with the stock and latest Linksys firmwares. Randomly they would just reset to factory default settings.

You forgo ...
  Topic: How to launch a program in jffs at startup?
Alberto

Replies: 2
Views: 3899

PostForum: Generic Questions   Posted: Mon Mar 09, 2009 8:17   Subject: How to launch a program in jffs at startup?
there is a statup field in the webif which is exicuted on startup

It relies on NVRAM, so we can't use it. Only ROM and jffs are safe.
  Topic: How to write/save scripts on the router to later run them
Alberto

Replies: 3
Views: 4737

PostForum: Generic Questions   Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 22:20   Subject: How to write/save scripts on the router to later run them
You should enable jffs, so you can have lot of space for your scripts.
Then you can write them with vi.
Or write them on your pc with your favourite editor, then upload them using scp.
  Topic: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Alberto

Replies: 277
Views: 243575

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 21:11   Subject: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
I will report back to this forum as to whether the "mystery reboots" are solved, better or unchanged with this build, if anyone cares.

I am very interested in your findings.
Since you keep ...
  Topic: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Alberto

Replies: 277
Views: 243575

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 21:05   Subject: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
I don't think that is what he is saying. What he said is that you'll need to address that question to the developers, because he doesn't have an answer for it. Neither do I. All I know is that this ...
  Topic: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Alberto

Replies: 277
Views: 243575

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 19:12   Subject: Re: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
That question needs to be addressed to the devs, all I know is that I can make it happen at will all day long.


So what you are basically saying is that the developers are morons who reset nvram when ...
  Topic: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Alberto

Replies: 277
Views: 243575

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 17:25   Subject: Re: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!

Is there any way the router would have reset to factory settings other than pressing the button? Confused:Yes, if you run out of memory, BANG, reset. If you rev the CPU load too high(torrents), BANG, it w ...
  Topic: How to launch a program in jffs at startup?
Alberto

Replies: 2
Views: 3899

PostForum: Generic Questions   Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 17:10   Subject: How to launch a program in jffs at startup?
Hi, from time to time some routers lose its settings and reverts to factory default.
I am now using a script which at startups checks for reversion, and reloads the parameters to nvram, if needed.
I s ...
  Topic: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Alberto

Replies: 277
Views: 243575

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 15:44   Subject: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Read.
Useless.
Time wasted.

Care to explain this?


No, sorry.
  Topic: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Alberto

Replies: 277
Views: 243575

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 15:43   Subject: Re: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!

Is there any way the router would have reset to factory settings other than pressing the button? Confused:Yes, if you run out of memory, BANG, reset. If you rev the CPU load too high, BANG, it will reset. ...
  Topic: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
Alberto

Replies: 277
Views: 243575

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 9:30   Subject: Mystery reset to defaults out of no-where!
I can CONFIRM that this happens frequently with v24 sp1. Any ideas for a fix for this? It is MOST annoying!

Read the peacock thread sticky. It deals with common issues and solutions. Pay particula ...
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