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  1. Asus WL-500g Deluxe (2,742 bytes)
    2: For initial flash see [[All Asus WL-500xx series routers]]
    9: ...e generic files in the ''broadcom'' folder. See [[Firmware_FAQ#Where_do_I_download_firmware.3F here]] and [[What...
    10: ...use the red 'EZ Setup' button with the RECESSED reset button.'''
    11: ...to the computer (disable wireless) with nothing else connected to either device.
    12: #Set the computer to a static IP address of 192.168.1...
  2. Netgear WNR3500L (3,580 bytes)
    2: ...K26 build''' (in the broadcom_K26/ directory).<br>See [[#K3X builds|K3X Builds]] for more information....
    5: Read the [[Firmware_FAQ|Firmware FAQ]] and [http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/...
    8: ...ted to work. For build information and much more, see [[Index:FAQ#Where_do_I_download_firmware.3F|Wher...
    14: ...3500L requires K2.6 builds of DD-WRT (''Update:'' see "K3X builds")
    16: ...nce running DD-WRT, the '''.bin''' builds can be used
  3. Client Bridged (5,474 bytes)
    9: ...onnection problems for more than a single client. See [[Linking Routers]] for a description of each of...
    11: ...s a wired LAN using a wireless connection, as opposed to an [[Wireless_Access_Point|Access Point]] tha...
    12: ....</font>''' The other radio(s) would normally be set as ''AP''. For example, the 2.4GHz radio can a ...
    16: ...st in the list of wireless modes. In this case, use [[Repeater Bridge]] - which provides a bridge to ...
    18: ...outers will be at 192.168.1.1, so use something else not in the DHCP range. Instructions:
  4. Installation (19,920 bytes)
    2: Installing DD-WRT on a router in most cases is almost as simple as installing a program onto...
    7: ...: http://www.dd-wrt.com/site/support/router-database.
    11: For a list of devices working with DD-WRT, please see wiki page '''[[Supported Devices]]'''.
    13: ...t of devices '''not''' working with DD-WRT please see wiki page '''[[Known incompatible devices]]'''.
    15: ...k_%28electronics%29 Bricking] your router''', please finish reading this entire page first. You will ...
  5. Linksys WRT54G-TM (9,840 bytes)
    8: ...he CORRECT FILES MUST BE USED. The WRT54G-TM was used by T-Mobile while the WRT54G-RG was for Rogers i...
    12: **Refer to the [[Firmware_FAQ#Where_do_I_download_firmware.3F|Firmware FAQ]] an...
    18: <font color=red>'''*Research ''New Build'' forum threads for issues with t...
    20: ...etwork controller to speed up the process, otherwise once you upload the '''CFE_Updater-WRT54G-TM.bin'...
    22: ...ons/right-click on Local Area Connection icon and select Properties.
  6. Netgear WNDR4500 (3,670 bytes)
    69: ...Peacock announcement] for reference on Broadcom-based routers.<br>
    76: ... router, wait for Power light to go green, then reset router:<ol>
    77: ...eset switch with a straightened paper clip for 20 seconds.</li>
    78: <li>After releasing Reset switch, router should reboot with much flashing ...
    80: <li>Clear web browser cache.</li>
  7. D-Link DIR-615 rev C (10,866 bytes)
    6: ...rsion is also stuck on the bottom of the router itself. This means it's quick and easy to check the ha...
    8: ...ctory default IP for this router is 192.168.0.1, user is "admin", password is blank.
    11: * 4 MB board, so no need to use "micro" DD-WRT builds.
    13: ...sed in 2009?), so it's widely available for purchase new.
    18: ...o cannot be a NAS for a USB drive, nor can it be used for [[Printer Sharing]] of a USB printer.
  8. Supported Devices (228,835 bytes)
    6: '''DO NOT TRUST THIS LIST, NOR THE ROUTER DATABASE, TO HAVE THE MOST UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION!'''
    8: ...really bad builds for your router hardware and cause a lot of issues.
    10: '''Always use the newest beta build first, then work your way b...
    12: ...he following links on the "beta" FTP/HTTP site to see if you can find your hardware.
    13: ...he Forums] to read about specific beta builds and see how they work for a particular piece of router h...
  9. Wlan Repeater (9,054 bytes)
    13: ...ur host-router / AP except that you usually must use WPA2-AES ONLY for dd-wrt to work. Also, some ot...
    19: *the security settings
    22: ...DD-WRT HOMEPAGE, those are outdated and buggy. [[Firmware_FAQ#Where_do_I_download_firmware.3F|Where do I downlo...
    25: **do a 30 sec reset (see [[Hard reset or 30/30/30]]).
    26: **verify which chip set your device uses and read Broadcom / Artheros considerations, bel...
  10. 安装 (16,991 bytes)
    13: ...nd not create a problem that renders your router useless.
    15: ..., the [[Hardware-specific]] page may be the most useful page for you in terms of identifying your rout...
    18: ... just going by what model you think you have - [[User:Clock|clock]].
    19: ...t may indicate how many files you need, etc (- [[User:Clock|clock]]).
    20: ... DD-WRT version for your device. You may need to use an SVN or experimental build.
  11. 简体中文 (1,977 bytes)
    11: |'''[[Firmware_FAQ/zh_cn|FAQ]]''' <br/> 常见问题解答
    41: __NOEDITSECTION__
  12. Buffalo (19,777 bytes)
    2: ...o identify your router model correctly, and see [[Firmware_FAQ#Where_do_I_download_firmware.3F|Where do I downlo...
    6: '''NOTE:''' For some models you can use the [[ddadder]] program.
    9: The web interface on a Buffalo router cannot be used the very first time to convert the Buffalo route...
    11: It is very easy to bypass this on most models (see specific models below for exceptions):
    14: ...in or the latest NEWD (NOT NEWD2 or K26) SVN release that is recommended in the broadcom forum announc...
  13. Linksys E900 (3,054 bytes)
    38: *Never use a build older than 18946, as E900 support was add...
    40: ...inksys E-Series units use nv60k builds, the E900 uses nv64k builds.
    41: *See: [[Firmware_FAQ#Where_do_I_download_firmware.3F|Where do I downlo...
    47: ....php/Hard_reset_or_30/30/30 Hard reset] (or GUI reset) the router
    53: # Power cycle by unplugging the E900 for 10 seconds.
  14. Linksys WRT1900AC (7,146 bytes)
    2: These instructions have only been tested on the [https:...
    4: ...200ACM] and other versions are so similar that these instructions will probably also apply to the othe...
    8: #See [[Firmware_FAQ#Where_do_I_download_firmware.3F|Where do I downlo...
    20: To see historically available packages, see [[What_is_DD-WRT%3F#File_Versions|File Versions]...
    22: =Setup=
  15. Netgear R7000P (2,446 bytes)
    48: !Serial
    54: ...RM routers!''' Use the GUI ''Factory Defaults'' reset.
    55: *'''DO NOT USE THE ROUTER DATABASE!'''
    56: *Use builds in the ''netgear-r7000P'' directory (some ...
    57: *Initial flash: GUI reset then flash factory-to-dd-wrt.chk (BS) or dd-wrt....
  16. Linksys WRT600N (4,386 bytes)
    36: ====Reset====
    37: ...re to do a proper [[Hard reset or 30/30/30|hard reset]] before and after updating the firmware. This i...
    42: #Reset to factory defaults
    44: #Reset again after flashing
    46: ...com'' folder non-micro build under 7872 KB (see [[Firmware_FAQ#Where_do_I_download_firmware.3F|''Where do I down...
  17. Hard reset or 30/30/30 (5,230 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Hard_reset_or_30/30/30}}
    9: ...upgrade is complete and the router has rebooted itself.</font>
    19: ... nvram on a Linksys EA series router as it may erase the CFE and brick your router<sup>[https://www.dd...
    29: ...#Hard_Reset_on_ARM_and_other_newer_routers|Hard Reset on ARM and other newer routers]].</font>
    36: ==Hard Reset (aka 30/30/30 reset)==
  18. Linksys WRT54GL (7,178 bytes)
    2: ...olor=red><b>To find other WRT54* model wiki pages see [[Linksys_WRT54G/GL/GS/GX|here]].</b></font><br>
    10: **Use `cat /proc/cpuinfo` to verify BogoMIPS. Default ...
    21: ...009) Non-removable molded antennas may have been used in the past a year or two
    23: *'''Serial''' / '''JTAG''' / '''USB''': Yes / Yes / No
    27: '''See [[Firmware_FAQ#Where_do_I_download_firmware.3F|the DD-WRT FAQ]] ...
  19. Linksys WRT150N & WRT160N (7,909 bytes)
    4: These have a 4.00 MB flash chip (0x400000 bytes) with s...
    13: #Use a wired connection to the router (disable any wir...
    14: #Perform a [[Hard_reset_or_30/30/30|hard]] reset.
    15: #Navigate to http://192.168.1.1/ in your web browser of choice.
    16: #Enter no username, and the password "admin".
  20. D-Link DIR-600vB / 300vB (8,588 bytes)
    10: ...0_rev_A| well documented elsewhere]]. Rev B1 is based on Ralink RT3050 SoC and from all accounts, incl...
    12: ...rsion is also stuck on the bottom of the router itself. This means it's quick and easy to check the ha...
    14: ...ctory default IP for this router is 192.168.0.1, user is "admin", password is blank.
    17: * 4 MB board, so no need to use "micro" DD-WRT builds.
    19: ...d amount were sold, they are fairly easy to find used.

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