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If you do decide to go down the DD-WRT route, make sure to take precautions and flash the firmware using a wired device. I've found a handy guide for you - http://forums.dlink....p?topic=13599.0 In the section 'Where do I get DD-WRT from?' skip the download links and go for this build but make sure you get the correct file for your routers revision - ftp://dd-wrt.com/oth...2-09-11-r17990/
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Posted 11 April 2012 - 01:21
40mhz bands on 2.4ghz will only make the problem worse for everyone overall.
I think from memory that router has some decent reviews once you load it with DD-WRT. Re. Wireless channel, use inSSIDer to check what channels the networks in your GF's routers' vicinity are transmitting on and from there go for the least congested channel.
Have you also made sure 40 MHz mode is enabled if the router has such a setting?
has 17990 replaced 15962? or are you just jumping one more step ahead?
A lot of folks were having problems with newer builds in the guide I linked so I recommended build 17990 as it's been rock stable on my non-dlink router. My routers current uptime is 32 days, prior to this and a power failure, it was up for almost 60 days without being restarted.
Posted 11 April 2012 - 17:43
Note: The [most_recent_date] is at this time 12-24-10-r15962, so the folder you should be looking in is ftp://dd-wrt.com/oth...-24-10-r15962/. However, new builds are constantly released so check the most recent date folder in ftp://dd-wrt.com/oth...yer-V24-preSP2/ regularly.
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