Posted: Fri May 21, 2010 23:24 Post subject: Potential for WHR-G300N v2 support?
I have recently found a Buffalo WHR-G300N for sale for a rather low price, although I'm aware of the current issue with the fact of version 2 of the router not being supported. My main question is, is there a chance that this will be supported in the near future, as from the router specification I can see that it has 8mb of Flash and 32mb of RAM which assumingly won't make it impossible to port to.
maybe whr-g300n v2 can support dd-wrt...
whr-hp-g300n have same Atheros 7240 chipset with whr-g300n v2 and hp have 8mb flash and g300nv2 have too, hp have 32mb ram and g300nv2 have too... but maybe I'm wrong...
^what u think about that? if u edit whr-hp-g300n firmware with this svn can it work with whr-g300n v2?
can someone accept this?
or am I wrong?
I would very much appreciate to get pm's with the boot loader of WHR-G300Nv2 attached.
Everyone ought to do backup of their boot loader and save it in case they later on brick their router during experimenting or updating.
It is a weekly occurrence here in the forum to see users requesting a copy of the boot loader for their router, users who has bricked their routers but didn't take a copy when the router was working.
You can retrieve a copy of your boot loader by pointing your browser to 192.168.1.1/backup/cfe.bin
This only works if you have dd-wrt firmware on the router. _________________ Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!
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