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[edit] Overclocking

I noticed on my WRT54GS v2.1 that my clock has been set by DD-WRT 23 SP1 to 216MHz. Is this standard behavior by DD-WRT (eg does it increase it from 200), like the Linksys firmware does? If so, it should be mentioned in the overclocking section. VoxLuna 12:15, 24 Jun 2006 (CEST)

it is neccessary to fix a hardware bug within the ethernet chipset. otherwise you will run into troubles while transfering big files (broken downloads etc.)

[edit] Status of Information

I'm not sure about the rest of you, but this page looks a bit out of date, especially compared with the Installation page. The only information that I think is fully up-to-date with the release of v23 SP1 is the Hardware serial numbers, and the Installation page links wikipedia for that.

For the serial numbers, that should be in its own section. If supported hardware is going to be used in multiple locations, it should have its own section, and if this page is going to be about the hardware DD-WRT supports, it should now have more information about the other routers it supports.

--AlReece45 04:30, 28 Jul 2006 (CEST)