Posted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 19:52 Post subject: Builds later than v17201 on WNDR3700 v2?
I flashed my WNDR3700v2 through the regular process using the images provided and from stock fw 220.127.116.11. Everything went fine and I have v17201 build running on the device.
I am now trying to disable the web gui access through the WLAN and cannot find where to set up this functionality. In other DDWRT builds this functionality was under Wireless-->Advanced Settings-->Wireless GUI Access. On the build I flashed there is no <Advanced Settings> tab under <Wireless> but an [Advanced Settings] checkbox under <Basic Settings>. However the -Wireless GUI Access- feature is not there.
Are you aware if this feature was put somewhere else?
I need some dd-wrt for my wndr3700 v1 to be used as repeater bridge, I've check few verions already and it was no this option, /why?
Could someone give a link to any version suitable 4 wndr3700 v1 where will I have repeater bridge option?
I found info that is no repeater option on routers with this chip, however I should be able to use it as a repeater bby setting client mode with virtual network,
no matter how many times I've tried to set it, it doesn't work:(
My primary router is some cisco from upc, working in mixed mode, with WPA personal encryption
Double-checked, no SNMP on the Services tab. The only services I see are:
- DHCP client
- DHCP server
- IP over DNS Tunneling
- PPPoE Relay
- SES / AOSS / EZ-SETUP / WPS Button
- Secure Shell
- System Log
- WAN Traffic Counter
Posted: Tue May 30, 2017 5:17 Post subject: WNDR3700v2
The wiki for this model appears to be inaccurate, but I was able to flash the advertised "Web Flash BIN" (r31924) on the Netgear WNDR3700v2 with the steps below. The firmware build advertised in Router-Database (presently r21061) can not be flashed via the factory default firmware (Netgear v18.104.22.168). The non-viable firmware has filename wndr3700v2-factory_NA.img and is organized under the heading "Netgear WNDR3700 / WNDR37AV v2". Flashing with the prescribed steps in the wiki reliably produces a failure mode characterized by a blinking green power LED and continual boot loop. ICMP echos have TTL=64 indicating that something other than the bootloader is running (that would have TTL=100 according to another user), but no SYN-ACK is received when attempting to open TCP:80 to request http://192.168.1.1/.
Using the newly flashed DD-WRT GUI, upgrade the firmware again and select "After flashing, reset to: Don't reset" with the latest supported "Web Flash BIN" from the wiki.
GOTCHA: after flashing any firmware you must allow somewhere around five minutes for opaque internal processes to complete or you'll soft-brick the device. It can be restored by entering recovery mode and flashing again via TFTP.