Not strictly a VFX/XNET question, but this seems to be where those who might know hang out.
I have a Linksys WRP400 connected to a Dynalink RTA1320 in half-bridge mode.
I have the RTA1320's local IP address set to 192.168.0.1, the WRP400's local IP address set to 192.168.1.1 and routes on the lan with 192.168.1.1 as the gateway.
The WRP400 correctly gets my internet IP assigned to it and every thing works nicely. I get internet and I can connect to both devices from within the lan.
However... when the RTA1320 really* loses it's ADSL connection the WRP400's local IP address reverts to it's factory default of 192.168.15.1. Obviously this means no more access from the lan, I have to get a 192.168.15.* address onto a machine and reconfigure the WRP400.
* I say 'really' because simply clicking on the 'Disconnect' ADSL button in the RTA1320 doesn't cause it, but power-cycling it or changing ADSL settings (eg (en|dis)abling ADSL2+ support, or trellis, or whatever) is enough. Perhaps it is triggered by the RTA1320 being to slow to supply the internet IP to the WRP400... or sumthin'.
My WRP400 has firmware version 1.00.04.c, which Linksys support tells me is the latest version. However they suggest I reflash with that same version. They've directed me to wrp400_1.00.04_us.tgz to use, it does have files with May 23rd modification dates so might be a more recent one.
Their support person didn't instil great confidence in me, so...
has anyone experienced this before?
will the US firmware work alright here?
anyone know what actual file in the .tgz I would use? It looks to be the full source distribution.
any other advice?