Hey Awesome Folks, Apologies if this has been answered elsewhere. I have a brand-new, out-of the box R8000. Every Kong DD-WRT .chk file I have tried flashing through Netgear's firmware has failed. I have tried six different file versions from February, 2017 going back to March, 2016. I even tried a version from November, 2014. Each file made the Netgear GUI return the same
Computer can't see the printer. It thinks it is connected (though this was normal with the RT-N66U because the router is on 100% of the time so the computer only sees that, not the printer). I've tried: Turning USB printing support off/on on the USB and NAS page. Enabling/disabling Bidirectional Copying on that same page. Reboot the router.
· CFE for Foxconn Router R8000 version: v1.0.9 Build Date: Fri Dec 22 17:43:26 CST 2017 I'm not sure if this is the right place or if it's a pl_shibby/tomato-arm issue since it's unclear who compiles the initial .chk image and who can change the embedded version information.
4) Download putty and telnet to the router. 5) Sign into your router with your username and password. 6) burnboardid. Run that command to get your current board id, if it says some gibberish dont worry, thats what you’re fixing. I don’t remember what the board id for R8000 is but I’ll look and let u know.
· Posted: Tue Sep 24, 2019 15:34 Post subject: Not Resolved: Recommend changing the status and reopening this thread. This is definitely not solved because if you follow the instructions, LUCI doesn’t work (corrupted), which means that your router would have network access and do its job as an DHCP server, but you won’t be able to access its web interface.
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· I'm not sure if it was some kind of ip conflict or something, since both routers were using the same subnet with the same IP. I have no networking experience whatsoever so I'm just speculating, but I disregarded it and just connected it directly to my cable modem as rwrjr said. Although this isn't a fiber connection through an ONT, I had the same issue and rwrjr's solution worked flawlessly.
· Depending on your router, the setup wizard will launch or you will get a login screen. The default username is admin and leave the password box blank. DO NOT use any of the default settings. Write down your new WI-Fi network name (SSID) and password, as well as the router's password which will all be created during the setup wizard.
Solved: I've recently purchased a new R7000 which came with firmware V18.104.22.168_10.2.64 installed. When trying to update my router with any .chk file
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