I reset to defaults before doing it, but notice it says the bootloader is 192.168.11.1. Even though you changed the IP to 10.0.0.1, the bootloader is still 192.168.11.1 and the address you need to issue tftp.
The timing window is very short its going to take a lot of trial and error.
That being said i personally like to use pumpkin tftp and i found that putting a switch between the computer and the router helps greatly with the timing.
There is also a arp command to add a ip address this needs to be done also.
Make sure you are doing exactly as it says, such as the static IP settings and static ARP entry, and you are connected with a cable to the router. The only thing you should substitute is the filename of the firmware in the tftp command.
I always use the windos cmd line after activating tftp client in add/remove programs and windows features in control panel. You type the command once and unplu/replug router then press enter on the command line wndow and wait.
I flash my WZR-HP-G300NH always via tftp and pretty much always first try. _________________ Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH - Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r29440 std (04/11/16)
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