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    Firmware v1.8.1.3 (Qualification Test)


    WARNING: BETA VERSION
    TRY AT YOUR OWN RISK!

    DO NOT UPGRADE UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING
    DOWNGRADE IS NOT EASILY POSSIBLE!!


    Changelog:
    nothing known yet

    * FIXED UPnP issue when assigning port 80 for example it applied for outgoing connections as well.. e.g. you were not able to visit websites anymore
    + ADDED Logout in webconfig
    * some cleanup of webconfig

    Note from ASUS:
    After you upgrade to this beta version of firmware and please do "Hardware reset" from the back of WL-500g.
    Find file for download here: http://files.wl500g.info/asus/wl500g...1.8.1.3_en.zip

    (sorry post disappeared after database error)
    Last edited by Antiloop; 14-07-2004 at 23:39.

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    Bigpond Login Support ??

    Does this have the Bigpond Login support as in 9.8.1.2 version ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReBooT
    Does this have the Bigpond Login support as in 9.8.1.2 version ??
    yes i has all previous things in it

    i'm not aware if they have anything changed in it

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    Thumbs up

    Uploaded this early today.

    The pond came up and all is good.

    Its looking in funny places (255.255.255.255) for sm-server but it just keeps logging on. It works. what more do i need? Apart from olegs nice logs and telnet and other nice things i don't know how to use.

    All Good

    Matthew

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    I upload the 1.8.1.3 to my WL-500G , after restart the firmware is till 1.8.1.1 ,why ?

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    Reflash again.

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    I already reflash 3 times. still 1.8.1.1.........

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    Did you have 1.8.1.1 before you were upgrading to 1.8.1.3? I assume you have..

    Try the firmawe restauration method to flash it back to 1.7.5.6 and than up to 1.8.1.3..

    With the 1.8.1.1 firmware you couldn't flash back to a lower version using the webinterface, so I think it the firmware upgrade through webinterface doesn't function at all on 1.8.1.1 firmware..

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    Cannot connect to the webinterface

    After upgrading to 1.8.1.3 (from 1.7.5.2), the WL500g asks me for login/password combination but the admin/admin doesn't work.

    So, I cannot connect to the web interface and moreover the asus utility firmware restoration doesn't works because this utility doesn't find "ASUS SpaceLink Gateway in recovery mode" !

    Please, help me, what is the couple login/password for the 1.8.1.3 or what is the solution to flash another firmware ??

    Thank you very much for your answers.

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    user: empty (do not fill in anything)
    pass: admin

    Should do the trick..

    And for the firmware restoration; I had the same problem when flashing back to 1.7.5.6..

    I saw it was working when my computer had an APIPA ip.. So make sure your computer has one (not 0.0.0.0; just try to repair and you'll get an APIPA after a couple of times).. when I got an APIPA ip, I could restore the old firmware..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krypt
    user: empty (do not fill in anything)
    pass: admin

    Should do the trick..

    And for the firmware restoration; I had the same problem when flashing back to 1.7.5.6..

    I saw it was working when my computer had an APIPA ip.. So make sure your computer has one (not 0.0.0.0; just try to repair and you'll get an APIPA after a couple of times).. when I got an APIPA ip, I could restore the old firmware..
    when restoring you should set IP to static as 192.168.1.2 mask 255.255.255.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary
    I already reflash 3 times. still 1.8.1.1.........
    me too....I have the same problem with you...
    I even use firmware restoration to downgrade to 1.7.5.6...
    BUT I still see 1.8.1.1 in my explorer...

    and it show me " no wireless device in recovery mode is found"...

    well...If I could...I would like to downgrade to 1.7.5.6...
    anyone can help me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by emilyaoo
    me too....I have the same problem with you...
    I even use firmware restoration to downgrade to 1.7.5.6...
    BUT I still see 1.8.1.1 in my explorer...

    and it show me " Can't find any router to upgrade.."...
    do the following

    assing a static IP to your pc: 192.168.1.2 with netmask 255.255.255.0
    power off wl500g
    press restore button HOLD THIS while powering on
    wait untill the power led is blinking, release the restore button

    fire up your restoration tool
    NOW it should find your router, then upgrade to fw 1.8.1.3

    after finished you router should be accessible again

    if it's accessible RESTORE DEFAULTS by pressing the restore button while it's powered on, you'll notice after a few seconds that the power led will go out and on

    congrats your router has been restored

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antiloop
    do the following

    assing a static IP to your pc: 192.168.1.2 with netmask 255.255.255.0
    power off wl500g
    press restore button HOLD THIS while powering on
    wait untill the power led is blinking, release the restore button

    fire up your restoration tool
    NOW it should find your router, then upgrade to fw 1.8.1.3

    after finished you router should be accessible again

    if it's accessible RESTORE DEFAULTS by pressing the restore button while it's powered on, you'll notice after a few seconds that the power led will go out and on

    congrats your router has been restored
    Thanks for your help...
    I finally downgrade to 1.7.5.6...^^..

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    Strange.. I was certain that I had a APIPA address before I could restore the old firmware.. But heck; maybe my computer just had a valid ip just before flashing.. didn't check during flash which ip I had..

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