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dd-wrt help plz

Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by nflesher87, Sep 20, 2009.

  1. DaC

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    Take a look at it: http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/What_is_DD-WRT?#File_Versions
    There are listed the differences between versions, between micro and mini you should get the one that fits your needs.....

    Well.. I'm a guy of the line of thinking of: Bigger is better (yeah, ok, not always).
    But I guess the link above can enlight you. :toast:



    Diego
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    i think i might have an idea of what could be going on, check and see if all the ports are working, if all the ports except 1 is working then plug your inet into that one, had an issue before where i had to manually set which port was the inet port since most of them are a software switch not hardware sometimes the software can get confused

    or i guess it could also be if you're on cable, you might have to power off you're cable modem for a little bit then power it on and try that, they try to stick it to a single mac address
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    you're the man diego, micro is go :D

    thanks for all the help guys! I'm now on the micro firmware :)
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    So... micro solved... ?? Sweeeet Nate! :toast:
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    yep! and I like the UI much more, a lot less crap that I could potentially screw up! :laugh:

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