WAG54G2

WAG54G2 : Wireless-G ADSL2+ GatewayThe all-in-one modem and router solution for Internet connectivity
High-speed ADSL2+ Modem gives you a fast, "Always On" connection to the Internet
Connect your PCs via the built-in Router and 4-port Switch to jump start your Ethernet network and share the Internet throughout your household
Built-in Wireless-G (802.11g) Access Point with integrated high-gain antenna also lets you connect without running wires
Advanced firewall and security

12 comments:

  1. MAke a new firmware ffs.. it sucks

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  2. Agreed.... It doesn't even work with my XBOX360's wireless.

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  3. I dont have any problems ... its working fine with my xbox too .... just assign a static ip address to xbox and forward these ports for that IP Address :

    TCP 80
    UDP 88
    UDP 3074
    TCP 3074
    UDP 53
    TCP 53

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  4. Why DHCP doesn't work proper on Wi-Fi? Who know answer, please answer skoky@msn.com

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  5. The DHCP works fine ... try to reset and configure the router again .... it shld work

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  6. No ssh, no telnet, not possible to do wake on lan... just incredible.

    Upgrades of the firmware are not available on many countries and there is a big security hole in the original firmware. Not very serious...

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  7. upgrade firmware to 1.00.17 does not help.

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  8. Or Playstationnetwork or Xboxnetwork u must set MTU

    in Dos commande in windows type

    ping -f -l 1470 playstationnetwork.com

    u see reasult , when not true answer u must less than 1470

    when true answer set in router

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  9. yep - pain in the ass router - Cisco should hold their heads in shame...

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  10. Can't even reboot from web interface. Avoid this piece of shit

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  11. how the hell do i download thing like java and stuff

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  12. can't forward to 255 in order to wake on lan
    the firmware triple checks if the input value is between 1 to 254
    it's inteded to work like this
    horrible piece of hardware

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