[clug-talk] Freifunk (wireless mesh) in Calgary
xlr8me at gmail.com
Tue May 23 22:08:07 PDT 2006
memory express carries the rebate.
You can tell teh version just by looking at it. On the bottom of mine, you
can see it on the little sticker "model no: WRT54G v5". If you're looking
for firmware version - log into the router admin page, and you'll see it at
the top right (also on the 'status' page).
There was a post on flashing this unit (I haven't tried it) on Digg a while
This was my backup one, until I accidentally left my good wifi router behind
on a trip -- I wouldn't recommend it normally...but I can't say how it
works when flashed, but it's unstable when under decent load and sometimes
needs to be rebooted.
On 5/23/06, simon <simon at mungewell.org> wrote:
> On Tue, May 23, 2006 at 09:18:29PM -0700, Kin Wong wrote:
> > Wed good for me as well -- didn't know it involved hacking a Linksys
> I was suggesting Thursday at the Progsis meeting. But can do Wed if
> someone suggests a venue.
> > Three questions if anyone can shed some light:
> > Will it work on a Linksys WKPC54G -- I just picked on up as it comes
> > with a wireless card for 130. Who currently carries the Linksys WRT54G
> > with the rebate -- when I was looking for a replacement last week, I
> > didn't see any rebates.
> Unfortunately this router is not flashable with community code:
> Memory Express & London Drugs - possibly others.
> > Will someone be bringing their Linksys WRT54G, my last one blewup and I
> > suspect the power supply but it gives me the correct voltage output but
> > have not tested it under load and I am not getting any blinking lights.
> > How does one determine the version of the OS.
> Serial number lookup here:
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