Benjamin Juang (ibneko) wrote,
Benjamin Juang
ibneko

WBR-2310 disconnect/reset issues (and solution)

If you have a WBR-2310 router, it might actually be a DI-624 router in disguise.

The WBR-2310 firmware is crappy - if too many connections run through it at one time (aka, if you're using BitTorrent), it'll crash and reset.

Problem:
You'll see pings slow down then time out, then if you're on wireless, the wireless connection will drop.

Solution:
Upgrade to the DI-624 Rev D firmware. This has been echoed at several places as a working fix, and this livejournal post is just to confirm that the recent DI-624 Revision D Firmware version 4.0.4, beta 44 WORKS for WBR-2310. It fixes the bittorrent problem and as far as I can tell, ping responses are much, much more stable. It would flake out a bit while deleting the useless "virtual server" applications, but once I got rid of most of them, things got better. Potentially unnecessary, but I prefer it clean.

http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r18326572-WBR2310-with-DI624-Rev-D
http://www.broadbandreports.com/forum/r17797918-DI624-Rev-D-New-firmware-available-404-Beta-11
http://www.fixya.com/support/t298768-d_link_wbr_2310_will_not_download_large

You'll find the DI-624 firmware here:
http://ftp.dlink.ru/pub/Router/DI-624/Firmware/Rev%20D/
(save the file that ends with ".bin".)

Be advised: This is not an open forum for you to request additional information. I'm not responsible for your stupidity if you do something wrong.
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