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# 15499 26-Aug-2007 09:16
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The router seems to lock up and I cant even ping the default gateway.

Powercycling the router brings this back.

Is the still a lot of ARP traffic on TCL cable that might be locking up the router?

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  # 83837 26-Aug-2007 10:00
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There is already a thread on this issue...

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=44&TopicId=15224

In short.. if you can. Take it back!







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  # 83966 27-Aug-2007 14:29
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Yeah I had the same model + version, ended up giving in and getting a WRT54GL.

I spent many hours trying to get the WRT54G v7 running and trawled many forums trying out all the suggestions, but I found it to be a lost cause in the end. The most frustrating thing is that you can often get it working for a while and you end up thinking that maybe you've sussed it, but then a few minutes/hours later it just craps out again.

Power cycling, firmware upgrade, reset to factory defaults, MAC address cloning etc etc.

It sucks because you'd expect later versions of a product to be "better" than the previous, but in the case of WRT54G it's the opposite.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WRT54G


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