09-16-2008 05:44 PM
09-17-2008 01:35 PM
Well logon to www.linksys.com/download & once the firmware is downloaded you could open the setup page of the router using the ip 192.168.1.1 by putting the password as admin & then click the Administration tab & click the upgrade tab by browsing the firmware file & you will be able to upgrade the firmware also would suggest you to try resetting the router reset button in such a way that power
light is blinking on the router & then do a complete network power
12-31-2008 02:35 PM
05-22-2011 05:39 AM
Yeah um I would love to help you out with setup and config of your router but to ask that for free just would take too much of my time to explain to someone who is going to have to invest the time or pay for someone to do it for them and quickly explain the basics. Sorry time is money these days. If you really have to do it yourself and be the big shot then go pull out the manual. And get on a Google search engine and teach yourself the nuts and bolts of the myriad of protocols and configuration settings and compatibility issues / sync issues with various DSL and Cable routers. What they require/limit/exclude. Oh and satellite internet. Oh jeeze. Yeah this is not that time you hooked up your new DVD player to your big screen and then ported to the stereo system. This is for the big boys. Oh yeah. (initial setup/config/secure/flash firmware/working time with 11 years computer experience using Linksys WRT54G2 with motorola surfboard cable modem) 8+ hours over two days.
May the force be with you young jedi.
05-22-2011 06:57 AM
The latest firmware for the WRT54G2 can be downloaded from http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/lbc/WR
The Firmware Upgrade Instructions can be found on the firmware download page. It is recommended that if you decide to upgrade the firmware to do so via a wired computer. Avoid using a wireless computer to perform the firmware upgrade. After the firmware upgrade perform a hard reset. Hold in the reset button on the back of the router for at least 30 seconds (with the router powered on), then log in and configure as needed.
Directions for configuring a router for either DSL or Cable modem:
08-12-2012 09:30 AM
Even another few months later, I just had to comment too. Millions of home users just read the instructions and use the internet. If jpinsdg took eight hours, then he never gets hired more than once. Sheessh, what a dipswitch.