The N support seems to be there, just not working quite right. I then try to set up the one radio as N-Only. I see it does indeed have two radios, wl0 and wl1. Fri Jun 04, 6: Since you are using wl1 to do the repeater function you can set wl0 up as a client, once you have done these 2 steps you should see an IP address in the
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I have one wireless network with access to the internet, managed by a router at I originally installed Firmware: If you have further problems try first disabling encryption until you get it working.
Found a bad link?
WNDR3300v1 — RangeMax Dual Band Wireless N Router
What encryption type are you using? Tue Jun 29, I now am using Firmware Version: Check out Port Forward Troubleshooting for more info.
Firmare then try to set up the one radio as N-Only. I set up a single network on wl0, set it to mixed mode.
Wed Jul 14, 9: My guess is a bug in Airport. Download using the button to your right. Sun Jun 06, 3: You must reset the router to factory defaults after the upgrade.
With any encryption enabled, it’ll see it, asks for a password, and says “See Administrator”. Firmawre you would like to check that the upgrade was successful, log in to the router again at http: I’m at a loss as to what else I should try – will you please guide me?
My old Linksys WRTN finally started to exhibit major signs of breakage the other day, and when I took it out of the network stack it smelled funny and the plastic was discolored from overheating. Mon Apr 26, 4: Download What’s New Quick Specs.
WNDR3300 with DD-WRT Wireless N Issue
Except the rate instantly drops to 54 Mbit. I would have gotten a Linksys WRTN, but the damned thing is such a funny shape nothing will sit on top of it.
It has been working for a week now without any problem.
Since you are using wl1 to do the repeater function you can set wl0 up as a client, once you have done these 2 steps you should see an IP address in the Wed Jul 14, 5: Click Browse and find the file you just downloaded.
I had setup this kinda link with a Linksys and a Buffalo 54G before but there are more options here.
WNDRv1 | RangeMax Wireless N Router | NETGEAR Support
Optionally, You can use the Smart Wizard configuration assistant on the CD to reconfigure the router. Display posts from previous: It works fine on my MBP with Do not upgrade the firmware using a wireless connection. The N support seems to be there, just not working quite right.
Oddly enough it is restricted to the MBP. When I try it says: Wed Jul 14, 4: