My recommendation - from experience with a number of this very same model router - is to forget about the "Original Firmware Link" and use the KONG Builds mensioned in the Wiki - specifically I use this one but the build from October - because that was the latest when building my deployments. Both are rather long so I'm not copying the information here. To answer your question:
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You can easily search by manufacturer, router model and revision and can get the development status and firmwae files if the router is supported with a simple click.
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It can also run on additional hardware, including WRT v1. I am sure the build developers do a wonderful job - I like DD-WRT itself - but the website makes it quite hard to find one's bearing if one is not already an expert.
To answer your question: I think that answers my question. One post Rd saw mentioned that you get the Web CFE when you have the wrong firmware, in order to avoid bricking. Post as a guest Name.
To quote the firmware wiki. You can deconstruct decompile your old firmware which you know it is working and see what has changed in the new firmware.
And this is firmwage same file you link to yourself. Did you do this? The worst part is that some information is invalid or incorrect, which you have to filter out.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. With this router database we want to give to the users a simple tool that allows an instant search for the routers and a fast solution for finding more information and the related downloads. Recently, I wanted to rd it so I went to https: Entering the router info got me.
Big advice on ddwrt wiki is to know which firmware to use. If I can't figure out which one I need, what's a normal user supposed to do?
The interface was overhauled, and some new features were added. Some instructions tell you to use resets, firmwars say nope, is for old routers, don't use. It can also run to some extent on routers with low flash memory ex. For those looking for a complete list or search features by hardware specs we are working on extending the router database to provide these features. But please take care - everybody can edit the information there so we cannot prove that they are correct in every case.
If you would like to tell me in comment. Your link is bad: Old version, no longer supported: