Linksys


Linksys WRT54G 4
I said “goodbye” to a couple of good friends today when I asked them to step down and retire after years of stellar performance. These two old friends were the last remaining Linksys WRT54G routers in use on any of my networks. I replaced them today, and in doing so, […]

Saying Goodbye To An Old Friend: Linksys WRT54G


Cisco/Linksys E4200 overclocked to 532 MHz 20
For the past few years, I’ve maintained an article on this blog offers my recommendation for the best DD-WRT build and settings to get max speed from a Linksys E4200 router. One of my recommendations in that article is to use the Administration: Commands tab in the DD-WRT GUI interface to […]

DD-WRT Speed Tweaks: Do they Really Work?


Cisco/Linksys E4200 overclocked to 532 MHz 42
UPDATE: Newer versions of the DD-WRT firmware now include a web-based option for selecting your overclock speed, if it’s supported on your device. You can still follow these steps to overclock (and I recommend you continue reading so you understand what you’re doing), but now you can access overlocking on the Administration/Management tab. […]

How To: Overclock a Cisco/Linksys E4200 Router running DD-WRT



WiFi connection on iPhone 4 656
UPDATED May 22, 2016. This post is a reference post for those looking to squeeze maximum speed out of their Cisco Linksys E4200 v1 wireless router running DD-WRT. The DD-WRT build I currently recommend for this router is K2.6 29739 (by BrainSlayer). IMPORTANT: My testing shows that DD-WRT K2.6 builds are much faster on the […]

My Cisco Linksys E4200 DD-WRT Settings for Max Speed


WRT54G 11
Like many owners of the ubiquitous Linksys WRT54G wireless router, I like to run aftermarket firmware on my device to unlock more of this router’s potential. I use one as my primary wireless router in my house, but I also use some as wireless Ethernet client bridges and wireless repeaters. […]

Bricked WRT54G with Blinking Power Light. Hard reset? TFTP? Nope ...


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If you’re using an AT&T 3G MicroCell to help boost your cell phone range, and you have your 3G MicroCell set up behind a firewall, you should set up the Quality of Service settings (more commonly referred to as QoS settings) on your router to give your voice calls the […]

Set Up QoS in Tomato or DD-WRT for AT&T 3G ...