Posted: Mon Mar 07, 2011 17:43 Post subject: Can't find ANY info on my router! Please help?
I have read this forum, all the notices, scanned the router database, the incompatible devices list and all the wiki articles, but my router is nowhere to be found. So, sorry, but I didn't know which chipset forum to post in. Wondering if someone can help? I'm assuming maybe my router hasn't been tested yet, but is there a way to tell whether it will work or not?
I did read the router detection on the site. It says to check the fcc website for the info, of which I stated it did not provide any info other than company information. I would prefer not to take the router apart if at all possible, which is why I posted here to see if anyone had any other ideas, could direct me to the correct information or knew anymore info about this particular router.
It's a 4 MB router, so possibly 2 2 MB chips? Not sure the notation and the site you linked is down.
Sounds like Medialink may even cooperate.
----OFFICIAL RESPONSE FROM MEDIALINK
Hello from Medialink,
The Medialink MWN-WAPR150N is a unique router with 4MB flash memory, which is enough to support DD-WRT but no DD-WRT firmware has been designed for this router as of yet. There are many differences between this router and the router this customer is referring to. Due to some of the problems that are outlined in this review, it is not clear whether this router was defective or fully functional since the range noted is so short and some web pages would not load. These symptoms are not typical with the router in its natural state. If the unit was not returned already I would suggest contacting us for help with a replacement. We are available at 856-216-8222 Tues-Sat 9am to 6pm Eastern.