An additional note: beginning with v1.22.2, passwords stored in configuration backup archives will be encrypted. As a result, if you upgrade to v1.22.2 but then rollback to v1.21.5, you have to reconfigure Dynamic DNS (if you are using it).
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Router doesn’t appear to be working since I updated this firmware this morning. After the update I can see the network name and when I connect I get “No Internet, secured” on my Windows Wi-Fi menu that shows possible wi-fi networks. I have rebooted the router a couple of times but it doesn’t seem to make a difference. Have tried different devices as well but still no internet connection. On the pcwrt Status page the Status is “down” and shows local time a Sunday March 19 instead of Tuesday MArch 21. The settings I had prior to the update seem to be in place (parental profiles/calendars).
There is cable from the pcwrt to an Arris modem. At one point several weeks ago I had two routers connected to the modem but it has been 1-2 months since the other router has been turned on or connected to either the modem or pcwrt router.
The internet page has DHCP client as the protocol, hostname is blank, broadcast flag and custon DNS server boxes are not checked, override MAC address is blank, override MTU blank.
I reset the Arris and waited 2-3 minutes until all usual lights were lit
I then reset the pcwrt. There is no change. The same error messages, same light pattern, same internet page settings, status is still down with no IP address
I could go back to restore faculty default – the modem is only a couple of months old and using screenshots of the current setup reinstall the profiles. The firmware change would not prevent that rolling back to the earlier version, would it?
Please try resetting the pcWRT. The procedure below will wipe out all custom settings and restore factory default:
1. With the pcWRT router powered up, use a pin or pen tip to press and hold the reset button for 10 seconds. Then let go.
2. Wait for a few seconds. All lights on the router will blink once, and the router will reboot.
3. After the router comes up, you need to do the initial setup again. Internet should be restored after the initial setup.
Do not disconnect power during the process.
Let us know if that works. If you still have trouble, send email to [email protected].