gerard at seibercom.net
Fri Apr 4 10:36:00 UTC 2008
On Fri, 4 Apr 2008 17:52:22 +0800
"Ruel Luchavez" <ruel.freebsd at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a Linksys wireless-g broadband router model WRT54G here and I
> tried to configure it..but still i could not connect to Internet.
> I don't know if I've configured it wrong..could some one help me how
> to do it step by step?
I have the WRT150N myself; however, the setup is virtually the same. By
the way, are you sure that you want to invest the time is using a 'G'
protocol router? The 'N' version is readily available, much faster and
has a greater range.
Anyway, I used a Windows box to do the initial
configuration/installation of the router. Visit the linksys site and get
the latest installer package:
Obviously, that should be all one line. After downloading and running
the installed, download and run the updater program. It works on your
router and might very well have an updated firmware for you.
Now that the router is working, you can start configuring it for your
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