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Is installing Tomato on my router will solve my problem???

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  • Started 3 years ago by scorpion99
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scorpion99
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Hi all,
I have 2 Linksys wrt54g in my work. It happens that daily, we find ourselves unable to connect to it, so we had to unplug and replug the power so it works again.
I installed the last firmware located on the manufacturer site but still have the same problem.
Do you think that installing Tomato on both (as described in the below link) will solve my current problem?
http://www.howtogeek.com/59152.....ur-router/
And in case I installed Tomato , is there a way to uninstall it and reinstall the original linksys firmware again in case i want to?

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raphoenix
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You speak about (IT) and then say you have Two routers.

Please explain the router(s) configuration more thoroughly.

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scorpion99
Posts: 1033

yes raphonenix, the problem occurs on both routers.
Simply they are connected to a switch which is connected to a DSL modem.

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