[Bloat] Router ethernet devices do not connect to Internet after reboot

Ernesto Elias ernestoelias2012 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 2 13:22:47 EST 2013

Yes I'm able to use TFTP at address

My desktop receives an dhcp address after the 10 minutes wait

I'm also able to connect to wifi.

The thing is that after I set up everything after the first reboot
(following the guide like it says to bring up the wan) and I reboot the
router a second time that's when the problem arises.
On Dec 2, 2013 12:13 PM, "Richard E. Brown" <richb.hanover at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Ernesto,
> Well I'm using firmware version 3.10.18-1 and I have used the TFTP method
> to flash it for the first time then I've tried sysupgrade version also to
> see if it will fix the reboot problem but to no avail and so I just use the
> TFTP method.
> Whenever I flash my router with a newer version I wait 10 minutes just to
> be safe and make sure everything is correct.
> Yes I followed the wiki guide on how to do everything correctly and still
> the problem persists.
> Is there something I have done wrong?
> Hmmm… I don’t see that you’ve done anything wrong.  Just to confirm the
> symptoms:
> - You can use TFTP to 192.1681.1 to flash the router.
> - If you leave the Ethernet cable attached, your laptop/desktop doesn’t
> receive a DHCP address after the  5-10 minute wait?
> - At that same time, you can connect via Wi-Fi to the router?
> If this is the case, I’m going to have to look to others on the list for
> suggestions. I just jumped in with my short list because I had them in mind…
> Best regards,
> Rich Brown
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