Monthly Archives: September 2005

Firmwares for WRT54G

OK, now I am going to tell you about a few firmwares that crash my linksys (luckily I have revived the router, thanks to the instructions posted at http://voidmain.is-a-geek.net/redhat/wrt54g_revival.html. The working firmware on my router is Tarifa 0003. Unfortunately, I … Continue reading

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WRT54G Revival Guide

Here I just repost from http://voidmain.is-a-geek.net/redhat/wrt54g_revival.html, in case his website is down. The steps below works perfectly on my new Linksys WRT54G v4. /* Void Main‘s WRT54G Tips */ { Red Hat Tips(); } else { main(); } ยป Linksys … Continue reading

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Spamming going nastier!

A lot of junk emails I receive everyday. I use mostly my Yahoo account for personal emails because their Spamfilter is pretty cool. But recently, I received some weird emails which originated from my blogger! Google’s blogger has a feature … Continue reading

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Broadband Penetration

Last week I borrowed a book from my professor titled Broadband Services: Business Models and Technologies for Community Networks. My professor is one of the editor.After flipping some pages, I starred on one page that has a diagram showing the … Continue reading

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Tweaking Linksys Router (Part 3)

Last night I tried to reprogram my new Linksys WRTG54GS with different firmware (I think it is Alchemy version (?)). It uploaded with no problem, but when I tried to reboot it, it just hung! Gosh, I just wasted my … Continue reading

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Use Your Unused PC Power to save Life

Many PCs around the world, especially in office buildings, are left idle when their users or employees are not using them. Many of them quite powerful PCs (such as Pentium 4, AMD or even the 64-bit version and/or with dual … Continue reading

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AMD Clock and Voltage (part 2)

It’s been awhile after I posted the first blog on the subject (AMD-64 on Compact Presario R3000). I just want to update the status on this issue: I one day checked AMD website and found out an information about “Windows … Continue reading

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Tweaking Linksys Router (Part 2)

OK, now I have upgraded my router’s firmware to this fancy firmware: v4.70.6_Hyperwrt-2.1b1-(Thibor). Unfortunately, after looking around on the menus, I still could not found the wireless bridge feature. But, there is a cool feature there: telnet! I then enabled … Continue reading

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Tweaking Linksys Router’s Firmware

I just bought a Linksys wireless router WRT45GS. It is a wireless broadband router with speedbooster. According to the box, the speedbooster feature might boost speed up to 35%.I buy this router because I want to make another ‘wireless island’ … Continue reading

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Next Generation Optical Transport?

Currently, optical transport (both SONET and SDH) technology used in service providers have reached its maturity and seems have stagnated. There is really no new features implemented on this technology. Most technology vendors have implemented features such as BLSR, UPSR, … Continue reading

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