Initial flashing of this model requires a modified file with the proper header. After this file is loaded you can then upgrade to any micro_file...one of the micro_plus, micro_plus_ssh mentioned above. DD-WRT supports versions 1 through 6 of the WRT54GS router. WRT54GL v1.1 is stable when overclocked at 250MHz, with no extra cooling. For information on running a v4 series greater than the CFE imposed maximum of 250mhz, please see [Increased overclocking through CFE modifications] (technical).
(Note that later versions have less flash memory and may require micro versions of DD-WRT.) Versions 7 and 7.2 must use the micro (not the mini) version.
The WRT54G v7 will probably never be supported See Linksys WRT54G v7.2 See Linksys WRT54G v8.0 & v8.2 page. DD-WRT allows overclocking the device to up to 300 MHz for v2-v3 and up to 250mhz for v4-v6.
It is not supported by DD-WRT as the WRT54G v7 isn't Broadcom based. The standard clock speed of a WRT54G(S) v2-v6 is 200 MHz.
For this reason, the HTC Desire has entered our top 10 at number 1, and the Google Nexus One has dropped out completely.
WARNING The WRT54G v7 uses an Atheros AR2317 chip, has 2MB ROM, 8MB RAM and runs Vx Works.
This model also has a 128K compressed CFE so it will load micro_plus and micro_plus_ssh directly. The WRT54G(S) v4-v6 and WRT54GL v1.x have a BCM3302 v0.8 processor instead of a BCM3303 v0.7 with previous models.
Although this was brought on by a severe AMOLED panel supply shortfall, Compared to the original AMOLED display, the SLCD display has more accurate colour reproduction, far less susceptibility to burn-in, similar peak brightness and very good viewing angles, but a lower contrast ratio.
The new SLCD display was claimed to have similar or better power efficiency compared with the original AMOLED display; however, this has proved to not always be the case because with AMOLED pixels' ability to completely turn off, black or dark pixels use very little power.
I initially had to manually configure my Wifi network on my i Phone because I wasn’t broadcasting my SSID and my network wasn’t being picked up.