Linksys BEFSR41 connectivity issue resolution

By pigdog
Dec 7, 2004
  1. First off hello to everyone. I am new here and would like to share my expertise in any way I can, hope what I have to share is helpful to some of you.

    I know the BEFSR41 is getting a little outdated but it is still being sold and supported despite the move to wireless by the vast majority of the buying public. In my circumstance a wired LAN is much more reliable and I just still can't get comfortable with the idea of my bits floating around, encrypted or not :) I guess I am getting old and slow to adopt new technology, heck I still have a P2 233 as my DNS server and I am using a dual p3 1000 for my everyday computer.

    Anyway I had some issues with the BEFSR41 recently and I set up a web page outlining what I found. There are lots of pictures so it may be a little slow to load but it is woth the effort I assure you.
  2. SquAsyS

    SquAsyS TS Rookie

  3. IronDuke

    IronDuke TS Rookie Posts: 856

    Not that surprising as the post is near a year old.
  4. pigdog

    pigdog TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Try it now...

    Here ya go.

    Didn't think there was much interest in that old link.
    I have put it back up.
  5. SquAsyS

    SquAsyS TS Rookie

    Thank you pigdog, I am experiencing a problem with my linksys befsr41 version 4. Before reporting my issue, I wanted to read old issues. I hope that will help, thanx.
  6. LNCPapa

    LNCPapa TS Special Forces Posts: 4,181   +411

    That's a really interesting link pigdog - good job tracking that down.
  7. tdeg

    tdeg TS Rookie Posts: 119

    That bulging cap looks mighty familiar. As a tech I've seen too many of those around in the couple of years.
  8. pigdog

    pigdog TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I am still using this router today and it is working flawlessly.
    And with all the WEP hacking going on it is nice to know my network is all hard wired. :knock:
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