I checked the instructions and I'm also ready to test the new beta webflash image, just one question before I mess something up - there is a file called WHR-G300N-webflash.bin in the directory as well. It's not mentioned anywhere in the guides. What is it for? Don't wanna mess something up, you know
Joined: 06 Jun 2006 Posts: 6684 Location: Dresden, Germany
Posted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 19:41 Post subject:
its not our problem. its the problem that buffalo didnt release any information about the firmware encryption. they just provided the preflash image i provided which does not work good. i'm in discussion every day with buffalo to get finally the real documentation to create flashable firmware images. to dont put the pain on me _________________ one cigarette costs 2 minutes of your life.
one bottle of beer costs 4 minutes of your life.
one working day costs 8 hours of your life.
Linux DD-WRT 4.9.13 #17 SMP PREEMPT Wed Mar 8 00:16:54 CET 2017 armv7l DD-WRT
root@DD-WRT:/sys# nvram get DD_BOARD
Netgear Nighthawk X10
I flashed my Buffalo WHR-G300N with v24sp2 but am having problems connecting wireless.
I have a netgear modem/router and connected to that my Buffalo router. I have a pc connected to the Buffalo router by wire and have access to the internet so everything looks fine. The router gets his IP from the netgear router and so does the pc.
When I want to connect wireless however this doesn't seem to work. Strange thing is also that I set wireless security to WPA2 personal, AES. But Vista then says there is security difference and I need to set my wireless adapter to WPA personal. No matter what settings I use on the router I can't connect wireless. Another strange thing is the channel setting, I set it to 1 and then click apply. It then gets changed to channel 2, but in status it says channel 1??? I tried DHCP dissabled & enabled also setting from gateway to router and vise versa doesn't make a difference.
When I reset to default, which setting do I need to change to be able to connect wireless to the router??