darco wrote:Have you just tried using autoboot? I personally just use autoboot and I usually have a way to disable autoboot from the widget itself if I need to get to the bootloader (usually something like http://ybox2/reboot?bootloader)
darco wrote:Instructions are in the first message on this thread.
If you are testing the WRT54G stuff, then keep in mind that you will need to use some other DHCP server to get the old bootloader booted first. After it is booted, you can then upload the new bootloader and go from there.
Keep in mind that my original disclaimer still applies. If you don't have a serial adapter, then installing this bootloader may not be the best idea. (I haven't had any problems, but that does necessarily n't mean that you won't)
darco wrote:So, just to be clear, you are saying that you are using a WRT54G, and with 804/806 bootloader you can successfully get a DHCP address?
darco wrote:Yes, that would matter. But, nonetheless, it would be good to know if it ran from dd-wrt as well.
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