Linksys Wireless Router :: Befw1154 Version 4 Firmware Update?
Nov 8, 2007
I am needing to update the firmware for my router. befw1154 version 4. I went to the download section of the linksys website, and it does show that there is an update there, but I have read in alot of places that the update downloads are in a zip file. WEll it definately wasnt in a zip file, and all it did was download a strange file and there was nothing to install or anything. My router is still on the blitz, and going down every few minutes and I am having to restart just to have it go down again. firmware update for this router?
I just recently updated my firmware on my linksys router WRT54G with the new version of linksys firm ware and now my router does not work. I can not access the GUI under the ip address 192.168.1.1. I 've tried to reboot the router using the 30/30 method that is suggested by Linksys, but I still can not access the routers GUI.
ASDM access to 5500 using Java was just a frustrating experience. If you manage only one device you may not notice the pain. But if you are managing multiple devices with some device 'forbidden' to update ASA firmware,
I spend few days looking at the issue and came to a conclusion and decided to post to guide all newer VPN admins who will go through the same pain and hopefully we can reduce some combined wasted time.
MY belkin router model no :F5D7234-4v1, recognizes only my laptop and my other devices such as mobile and tab are getting the signal and w-fi gets connected but the internet is not working. when contacted service provider he asked to upgrade the firmware. Is there any recent version firmware upgrade of the model. current version is F5D7234-4_UK_1.00.01.
When i try to update the firmware it tells me the it is an incompatible update.ive followed all the instructions.my model number is f5d8235-4 v2.i have downloaded the correct version for the firmware update (2).
I am trying to update my WRT110 which has 1.0.04 firmware on it right now but when i try to update it toVer.1.0.05 all i get is this message.... i dont know what to do i never had a problem updating my older router's befor i had this one this is the first time im updating this one i tryed updating it on IE 8 RC1 & also Safari 4 but i get the same message . I've also tryed saving the firmware file in it's own folder still no luck try updating on my xp desktop & my laptop with vista with same message? is it a problem with linksys with the file on there website maybe?
I go to the support page for the WRT54G routers. I set the version number to version 2 and there is no firmware file to download. For every other version there is a firmware file to download but not for version 2. Where can I get the latest firmware for my router.
I found this router still in box and am now using it. I want to update the firmware because i am having issues with it. it has what i assume is the original Firmware 1.00.1. The downloads for this router are no longer available. Why?
an EA6500 router that has intermmitent connectivity issues. Went into the configuration page and saw he was a couple versions behind on firmware. Used the online update option, firmware downloaded and then indicated that router would reboot. Did not power off router or leave the configuration web page. Watched light go out on router and come back on, but the spinning wait icon never went away after 5 minutes. Powered off and on and was back at the same point with the old firmware still. Downloaded the firmware to local drive and applied from local file, but same results. Waited 10 minutes this time. Surely it doesn't take more than 10 minutes for the router to reboot itself from a firmware flash?
Gave up on trying to update firmware and configured wifi settings. Left friend's house and then got a message about 15 minutes later that the router had locked up again. If he pulls power for 2 minutes it will then work for another short period of time.
Is there anything that can be done to try and restore normal operation to this particular router, or are these all signs of a hardware failure and the unit should just be replaced?
Just got a WRT120N and went online to get the most recent firmware and when i performed the upgrade it's gets about 3/4 of the way completed before it just stalls and start screen blinking like it's caught up or something. I using a modem, wrt120n router connection with a Brand New Sony Vaio laptop. I was able to upgrade my old WRT54G V5 router but can't seem to get the new router to update.
I've got an older SRX200 that is starting to "disconnect" frequently (loss of wireless connectivity). I've gone to the Linksys website to download a firmware update, as a potential fix, but the website says no firmware is available. The current version I'm using is 1.01.18.
Nom du modèle : Linksys E4200Numéro de modèle : E4200Numéro de série : 01C10C17152754Version du microcode (firmware) : 1.0.03 build 14OS : Windows 8Version du logiciel : 1.4.12284.0Type de connexion (réseau étendu) : DHCPAdresse IP (réseau local) : 192.168.0.1Adresse IP (réseau étendu) : 192.168.1.101Adresse IP de l'ordinateur : 192.168.0.135
I downloaded this file :[URL]I upgraded it, I typed 192, etc. in firefox, when to the maintenance tab, put the dowloaded file in "new firmware location" and clicked "update". It said: "you put a wrong file".this is written in the same tab : Current Firmware Version 6.0.0 Build 100906 Rel.43560
I am waiting for half year. And I read the forum know the NAT though put perfromance of 1.0.01 is poor than that of 1.0.03 of E4200.Actually a bit disappoint to CISCO LINKSYS products. It is not value to cost high selling price with poor functions and performance.
I upgraded my WRT54G ver. 2 with the latest linksys firmware update (4.30.5). My previous firmware was 2. something. After the process i lost internet connection and i can't no longer access my router. I tried to reset the router to factory defaults by pressing the reset button for 10 seconds, but nothing happened. I also turned everything off and on again, but still nothing happened.
I've tried downloading the binary file and on both a mac and pc and it's not working. On the mac it looks like a normal zip file but when I click to "unzip" it it just creates another zip file. When I download it on a pc it doesn't even look like a zip it's just a blank white square. Both computers have always downloaded zips fine, so I'm thinking it maybe is a problem with the file?
I recently updated the firmware in my WRT160N V3.Ever since, the wireless signal is intermittent.It worked all day yesterday, and now today it doesn't connect at all.I can't remember exactly the settings I used to have before updating the firmware, should have written them down.From looking at articles on this site, I have the following settings:
MTU Manual 1492 MAC Adress enabled Network Mode: Mixed Channel Width 20MHz Channel: 11
I just purchased 3 E4200v2 routers. As I am prepping them to install, I am attempting to update the firmware from 2.0.26 -> 2.0.37. I downloaded the zip file from the Cisco support site and when unzipped the file is named FW_E4200_184.108.40.206047.SSA. When I attempt to do a manual update from the Admin page, I imediately get an image file is incorrect error.
I've downloaded the file a total of three times on 2 separate networks and have tried three different browsers to attempt the update, all with the same error. The support chat sessions have proven worthless, they seem very scripted and the last one kept trying to sell me a support contract...
I want to stay with the Classic firmware, even though it is lacking current bug fixes. Does anyone have a "good" copy of the 131047 firmware? It appears to me that the one on the Cisco site is broken.
I have been having numerous issues with my router dropping both my wired and wireless connection multiple times an hour. I checked the Cisco website for the firmware update and it says the download is no longer available. I am on firmware 1.02.06. Does someone have a newer version? I'm hoping a firmware update will resolve this issue.
I have wirless router WRT54G ver.2. and I had firmware 2.0 So I downloaded new firmware From Here and did exactly as in instruction.
After update went successful I unplaged my router for 30 seconds but it's not working. I mean it's flashes and everything but can't access it and it is not broadcasting. and whats most interesting, reset buttom is not working
Want can I do? can I access it with some other way and reinstall firmware?
I have been having trouble with my router with wireless network intermittently cutting out every couple minutes (on all devices, like laptop, phone, and tablet.) So, in my wisdom, I went online and downloaded version 2 firmware and after power cycling the wireless doesn't work anymore. Questions:
I have my old Dell Desktop connected (hardwired) into the router, and it works when I take the wireless router out of the loop. How do I update the firmware on the router if I can't connect wirelessly or hardwire anymore? I want to go to version 1 to see if that will solve the original issue.
For the original issue of cutting out and reconnecting constantly, would version 1 work or something else? It isn't my cable modem, as internet has always worked fine connecting desktop or laptop directly.
I currently have a WRT54GS ver 1.0 running firmware version v2.07.1Ran through the whole installation procress as described in the firmware upgrade instructions pdf and it said Successful and hit continue. Hit continue, held the reset button down for 10 seconds then powered off the router for 30 seconds and plugged it back in.My firmware version in the router is still saying v2.07.1, I would assume it should say 4.21.4?
I upgraded my WRT54G ver. 2 with the latest linksys firmware update (4.30.5). My previous firmware was 2. something. After the process i lost internet connection and i can't no longer access my router. I tried to reset the router to factory defaults by pressing the reset button for 10 seconds, but nothing happened. I also turned everything off and on again, but still nothing happened
Looking into a firmware upgrade. I have a WRT160N. The label on the back, next to Model Number, simply says WRT160N with no version number. I therefore conclude, per info on the Cisco site, that it is a V1 model, not V2 or V3. And yet the Admin web page for the router says firmware version is 3.0.02. I'm pretty confident I have never upgraded firmware on this router, which means this is how it came out of the box long ago. Latest firmware for V1 is 1.02.11; latest firmware for V3 is 3.0.03.
Should I upgrade to 3.0.03? Is there a way to downgrade to 1.02.11? I'm having some minor issues whch may or may not be the ruter's fault, I figure a firmware upgrade (downgrade?) will at least rule out router firmware issues.