Just a note on upgrading e2000, e3000, e3200 and e4200 routers already running dd-wrt.
These need -nv60k.bin builds, but this will work only from now on.
So for initial upgrade use proper mini-eXXXX.bin build and then upgrade with -nv60k.bin build.
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Last edited by kt_haddock on Tue May 17, 2011 17:52; edited 3 times in total
just flashed 17084 terrible wireless signal. i'm trying to return to 15962 it don't allow me to do that. why?
If you have a 60k nvram model then some "noob protection" was added that will prevent you from flashing DD-WRT builds that are not -nv60k, so you can't even go back to old e2k-e3k builds. If you want to revert to an e2k-e3k build then you must go back to stock firmware first and then flash the old dd-wrt build. _________________ Read the forum announcements thoroughly! Be cautious if you're inexperienced.
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Flashed BIG to my Linksys E4200 and it's working fine with my Thinkpad Intel 6300 5Ghz Let's see how long it takes to die though because it always does 16994 takes the longest, it did just now that's why I upgraded
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Linksys WRT600N Looses Ethernet ports with this build. LED's work as normal, but I could not pass traffic via wire. Had to connect via wireless and revert to 16994 to get switch back. _________________ Peacock Thread-FAQ -- dd-wrt Wiki