VOIP generic????

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jdog006
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 30, 2006 22:12    Post subject: VOIP generic???? Reply with quote
This might seem like a dumb question. All of the versions of DD-Wrt have a "generic" bin. However the VOIP doesn't specifically list a "generic" bin. I am assuming the file labelled only "VOIP" is the generic. But I want to make sure.

Is the plain voip.bin file the generic voip?

Personally I run a wrt54g with dd-wrt. But I am going to flash a whr-g54s for my mother tonight and I will REALLY be upset if I ruin her router.
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dvpatel
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 0:02    Post subject: Re: VOIP generic???? Reply with quote
jdog006 wrote:

Personally I run a wrt54g with dd-wrt. But I am going to flash a whr-g54s for my mother tonight and I will REALLY be upset if I ruin her router.


You don't need to flash her router with the VOIP version do you? I thought the VOIP version lets you run a VOIP server so does she really need the VOIP version?
Cool Dude
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 5:46    Post subject: Reply with quote
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Matthiaz
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 13:01    Post subject: Reply with quote
The different endings of the firmwares are only header modified to enable users TFTP flashing. If you flash over the Web-Interface, it does NOT matter which one you take.

And the VOIP Version only has SIPatH added (see here.

That this VOIP version is only to be used on a WRT54GP2 is just wrong: it can be used on ALL routers which are alble to run the standard version.
rkramer
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 16:16    Post subject: Re: VOIP generic???? Reply with quote
jdog006 wrote:

Personally I run a wrt54g with dd-wrt. But I am going to flash a whr-g54s for my mother tonight and I will REALLY be upset if I ruin her router.


why? you are using very advanced FREE firmware not authorized by the manufacturer... You need to take 100% responsibility if you brick it. it is possible, people have before, and it is just something you take into account.
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