Tag: DD-WRT

DD-WRT vs Factory default ROM on D-link DIR-880L

I bought D-Link DIR-880L last year. One of the features of it is DD-WRT compatible. Three weeks ago, I downloaded the dd-wrt firmware and flashed it on the router. The version I downloaded is DD-WRT v3.0-r30432 std. Based on the forum, it said 30432 is the working version for DIR-880L. http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=268579&start=240

Fixed a strange network problem

I have three routers in house. One is provided by ISP, Telus. It is 2 in 1, including modem and router. The second router is Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH. It is placed beside Telus device. There two are connected with lan cable. Both are in the living room ground floor. The third router is located at basement.

Buffalo Nfiniti WIRELESS-N WZR-HP-G300NH2

I have a Buffalo Nfiniti WIRELESS-N WZR-HP-G300NH which I bought about one year ago. I also flash the router to DD-WRT firmware. Now, since I moved to a townhouse, one router can not cover whole house. I need one more to extend the WiFi coverage. So, I bought another Buffalo Nfiniti WIRELESS-N WZR-HP-G300NH at about

Upgrade WZR-HP-G300NH to latest DD-WRT firmware

I have my WZR-HP-G30NH router running for more than 200 days without restart. As I mentioned I would upgrade the firmware to the latest one. I have already use DD-WRT firmware. The version on my router was v24-sp2(02/24/10) std build13977. I check the router database, the latest I can use is build14896. There are two

Buffalo Nfiniti WIRELESS-N WZR-HP-G300NH

Last week, I bought a Buffalo Nfiniti WIRELESS-N WZR-HP-G300NH at NCIX. It is $106.39 with tax. This device is a router, wireless router, Access Point 802.11B/G/N Draft N Gigabit QoS USB NAS. The features here:   Designed to IEEE 802.11n Draft 2.0 specifications   Wireless connections up to 300 Mbps*   MovieEngine QoS feature to

Improve VOIP traffic in WRT54G

Requirement: WRT54G Router, DD-WRT 24 Sp1 firmware. To improve VOIP traffic in the network, I put VOIP adapter mac address into the QoS features. * Under ‘MAC Priority’, enter the MAC Address of the device * Click ‘add’ * click ‘Save changes’ I put my SPA-2002 VOIP adapter at Premium priority. After one week using,