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Linksys WAG200G i am based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and using Linksys WAG200G. i have using this modem over 5 months with a dsl 512 connection. since 2 weeks internet doesn't get connected. i upgraded the firmware but still no chance. i replaced it by speedtouch and works fine. what should i do? thanks alot

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Pls find below URL link to download firmware’s compatible with STC, in case any of your consumers who has purchased modems earlier are facing problems due to STC upgrading their network.

Note # The latest models of WAG 120N, WAG 160N AND WAG 320N have the STC Compatible firmware’s preloaded from factory.


MODEL NO
LATEST FIRMWARE
DOWNLOAD URL
WAG 200G
1.01.09
http://www.linksysbycisco.com/UK/en/support/WAG200G/download


OR
you can also login into the router by typing 192.168.1.1 and default username/password is admin/admin and change the DSL modulation from multimode to T1.413

WAG 54G2
1.00.19
www.linksysbycisco.com/ANZ/en/support/WAG54G2/download


AWARD WINNING TECHNICAL SUPPORT ARABIC/ENGLISH NO FOR LINKSYS 8008445905

Steps to upgrade the firmware

Log on to the router > go to Administration > go to firmware upgrade > browse the downloaded file > click upgrade

Posted on May 28, 2010

  • ZAFER12345 May 30, 2010

    RESOLVING LINKSYS WAG200 COMPATIBILITY ISSUES

    WITH STC ( HUWAEI MSAN’S)

    لشركة الاتصالات السعودية DSL برمجة

    (For STC, Saudi Telecom Company, ADSL Service ONLY)



    1. Open your web browser. Enter http://192.168.1.1
    in the web browser’s Address field. Press Enter.

    1. قم بفتح متصفح الانترنت بعد التأكد من توصيل جهازك بشبكة و كتابة العنوان التالي http://192.168.1.1 مع الضغط على زر الإدخال.

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OK the main problem right now that the only data carrier in Saudi Arabia (STC) is upgrading its infrastructure to provide high bandwidth to end users. STC is using Huawei MSAN which doesn't support linksys.

Here is a firmware update which they say it will overcome some of your problems.

Mirror1
Mirror2 - rapidshare.com
Mirror3 - Google Groups


here is the link for the original article in Arabic

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Hey there. do u still have this linksys modem/router? is it still working well? r u still using it? coz if it is not, i want to buy it from u. thnx a lot. call me 0537983120

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