WAG354G v2 Problem

  Bob The Nob© 21:57 27 Aug 07
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Hi, I was messing about with the IP setup on my Linksys WAG354G v2 router and I put the Web interface and router IP as 192.168.2.100 but left the auto assign IP's to x.x.x.64 onwards, now when the router boots, the power light just flashes, and I've pressed the reset switch held in for 20secs but to no avail. I need some help to reset it all.

Cheers

  Taff™ 09:10 28 Aug 07

If you can get to the router management pages (suggest you use the ethernet cable) you will find a factory reset on one of the setup pages. I`m not using my own linksys router at the moment but I remember seeing it - I`ll look later this evening if you can`t find it.

  Taff™ 09:17 28 Aug 07

Manual click here

The setting is under Administration tab. HTH

  Bob The Nob© 10:20 28 Aug 07

My router on the second network is 129.168.2.100 but DHCP auto IP Range being 192.168.2.64 and higher, but somthing went wrong in the reboot and now, the Linksys WAG354G v2 router just has a flashing power LED, as if its not bootin properly, I cannot gret an IP via the cable in the 192.168.X.X range and I cant access via wireless as it hasnt booted properly, I have had the reset switch pressed in for ages but nothing and also instered the power and pull out very quickly a lot too. Its as though it isnt booting r the reset is stuk, but the reset doesnt seem stuck.

  setecio 12:09 28 Aug 07

Sounds like corrupted firmware

click here

  setecio 12:11 28 Aug 07

Beware: the example used in that page is the wag54g v2 ... NOT your WAG354g v 2

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