Linksys WRT54G2 released

Wireless internet access is great – most of the time. It saves the need for running wires through your house, but can be a bitch to set up, and can be affected by other devices that emit radio signals. Most new routers are expensive, high-performance affairs that use the 802.11n standard. But the ‘funky looking’ […]

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Disassemble Linksys WRT54g V5

There is probably only one reason why you would want to take apart your Linksys wireless router – you have bricked it due to a bad firmware flash (or something very similar). I decided to write some instructions to go with my other article on unbricking the V5. I noticed, looking at the stats for […]

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Unbrick your WRT54G V5

I decided to share my experiences below on how to unbrick my Linksys WRT54G V5 wireless router – it was bricked after I had a problem (after) installing open source firmware, and I could not find specific instructions for the V5. Having nothing to lose, as it wasn’t working, I followed similar instructions for the […]

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