Posted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:55 Post subject: WRT54G v5 changing RAM question
Hi I have got my Linksys WRT54G v5 with DD-WRT for a very long time
but under heavy traffic, it always become unresponsive(e.g. Wi-fi down,Cant get in to info site etc.) though i have already changed the Maximum port to 1024 instead of the default 4096, TCP timeout from 3200 to 90 and UDP timeout from 120 to 90
And I have got a few question that hopefully the experts here could help me
1. The actual total Memory is constituted from two chips?
2. I have to change both with 16MByte so I can get a total of 32MByte of Total Available Memory?
3. The estimated cost for the 2 memory module is around?
4. Is it worthy to upgrade this device
Picture of the chips(one is at the center and the other one is at the right head corner with yellow labal stick on it)
Sorry for my poor english
If more information is required please tell me!!!
Thanks in advance!
Never thought that someone would still reply this old old old post! Thank You SO MUCH!
I have tried to upgrade the firmware, the situation improves a little bit.But under heavy traffic its still freeze but wifi is working.
I havent found anyone that is confident to do the soldering work, so I think I gotta halt this project for some time(till I found someone is cofident to do that)
But still, I would like to know more.
1.The chip Micron MT48LC8M16A2P-6A:G is also suitable for my WRT54G v5? Do I have to compare the number of pin and pins position again?
2.The WRT54G v5 support SDRAM that runs at a higher frequency?
3.You do the soldering work by your own? I saw quite a lot of professinal tools LOL...