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Selling a router with 3rd-party firmware: Is it better to flash it back to stock firmware? I have an Asus RT-N66U that I've decided to try to sell, since I recently replaced it. I had been using the Tomato firmware on that router, and I'm wondering if it would be better to try to flash it back to stock firmware before selling it? Using a Third Party Router with FIOS Internet ‎09-08-2017 05:54 AM. Message 1 of 5 (17,364 Views) You hereby waive and release any legal claim you might have against Belkin with respect to these sites or third-party products or services, and your use of these sites, third-party products or services. We encourage you to read the terms and conditions and privacy policy of each third party website that you choose to visit. 9. INDEMNITY. This router is still on the web page. It is still advertised as open source compatible. It does not wanna take any firmware. The last firmware I tried on it, upon flashing, asks for a reboot, and after the reboot the router is in non responding dead state, not casting any Wi Fi, not giving any IP when connecting ethernet cable to it.

Third-party firmware is firmware you can add or install on your router in addition to the “stock” firmware (the firmware your router came pre-installed) with. Why you might want that may have varied answers, but in general these third party firmware help you boost the performance of you otherwise rather “average” routers and make them

Jul 31, 2006 · my is wrt54g V1. can somebody tell me or give me a link on which 3rd party software to update? i am tired of switching on and off my router each time my BT is on. Thibor 15c is the best. I'm going to post a thread here regard WRTxxx 3party firmware soon.

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THIRD PARTY FIRMWARE & ROUTERS – Big Ears THIRD PARTY FIRMWARE & ROUTERS. big ears; 24th July 2019; 0; Basics. Start with the basics when setting up a new Wi-Fi router, there is the easy way, which will result in poor security, and then there is the slightly more involved route. Everyone has a Wi-Fi transmitter in their home, all of your neighbours, this can lead to a lot of Selling a router with 3rd-party firmware: Is it better to