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Posted 19 September 2012 - 15:23
Posted 19 September 2012 - 17:20
let us know if works. If your able to put tomato on there, should be no reason why you can not flash from that to dd-wrt
Posted 19 September 2012 - 17:26
Posted 19 September 2012 - 17:40
Where did I say to install the big?? Where did you see to install .bin file at all?
If you can not follow the instructions given on the dd-wiki, or you have questions - the best place support is their forums. Not here, I would like to help you but I don't have the router to play with. And have no exp with it at all. Now if you were having issues with a linksys model, I could walk you through about any sort of issue you might see.
what is the exact model number you working with - you sure its supported?
Posted 19 September 2012 - 17:45
Posted 19 September 2012 - 17:50
No that is not what I linked to at all..
I clearly stated
I know you don't have a linksys, what I was saying is I have no exp with that router.. Your better off talking to people on the dd-wrt forums who have specific experience with installing on your specific router.
My point is if you can get tomato on it, then there should be no issues with install dd-wrt. I would have to assume your just doing it wrong, or are picking the wrong file.
Again - your best bet for help is their forums!! They are very responsive there in helping!
Posted 19 September 2012 - 19:04
Posted 19 September 2012 - 19:21
so did you follow the instructions in that forum
Reading the thread, you did get some answers. But this post jumped out at me
"Folks, the bottom line is, dd-wrt is just not reliable on the Asus RT-N66U. I bit the bullet and have switched to Tomato for this router. It's really similar to dd-wrt. I'm really upset, but trust me, it's not worth the agony of trying to get dd-wrt to work with this router. "
What is missing from tomato that drives you to want dd-wrt on it? If the 3rd party firmware is stable and provides the features you want, I would say just use tomato if your having issues.
Seems there is a bit of a problem with 32 or 64 nvram? And seems few people having problems getting dd-wrt on that router, but tomato seems to be working fine??
Posted 19 September 2012 - 19:30
Posted 19 September 2012 - 19:47
So guy next door is running a N router now? If not going to N on your side is not going to get you any extra speed.
As to only supporting WDS?? I would have to check on that - no experience with setting up wireless bridges or clients with tomato. I use dd-wrt for that