In the meantime, i really recommend bothering tech support in your region; As i have said elsewhere, the more people who bother tech support, hopefully the sooner Buffalo will look to resolving issues with their licenses.
Any other ideas out there?
I've tried starting tftp at 6 seconds, at 10 seconds, at 25 seconds, etc. .
Consider that in many countries it is not allowed to use these frequencies.
This feature is not yet enabled.I can confirm this worked for me on the EU/UK, RUS and US routers in my possession when moving from.27.Also have tried Pumpkin tftp, the linksys tftp.This indicates that there has been a minor hardware revision OR something was added in the.25/2.26 release that acted as a precursor to the.27 restrictions.I've tried both with the dummy MAC (02-aa-bb-cc-dd-20) as well as the device's actual MAC.I'm trying the steps gatorparrot has provided - I just don't seem to have the timing right with my WZR-600DHP. .This issue has also been reported by Leonard.Plus, they've already set a precedent by helping users out in reverting/changing from.27, so it is possible by legitimate means.From power-on of the router, all the LEDs flash at about 6 seconds in; then it's another 20 seconds or so before the wireless connection LEDs turn. .I've been at this several hours and can't seem to hit it right. .At present, i've worked out that people who have new routers with.24 or older, that update.27 then use the factory-ddwrt icom 756 pro iii adjustments manual espaгol release (like myself) will have success.In each case the transmission over tftp doesn't work (it times out).
Please don't post things as fact when you may be the exception.
This does not work if you have flashed.27.
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The instructions state the connection leds should start at about 10seconds. .
Just as background for what I'm trying to do: I have Buffalo latest r30355 installed, which doesn't seem to offer a repeater bridge mode (it does not appear in the wireless mode drop-down). .As it happens i am looking into the possibility that some US routers do not update using the Factory-DDwrt Firmware.After-all, for a router that costs 120/190 you would hope that buffalo would have enough cash to rectify whatever problem there.Exe and tftp2.exe programs, all without success.The fact that it is also limited solely to US routers at the moment (until someone reports otherwise) also would signal this hypothesis as correct.If not, they should reduce the cost of the router imho as their marketing is pushing a product that since the.27 update is not as flexible as they suggest.But beyond yourself and Leonard, i am not aware of any more than a handful of people who can't update using the decoded firmware or by using a hex editor to modify the webflash releases (which makes them effectively the same as the factory-ddwrt release.