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Anyone know or can help me get the firmware for this Linksys router?
WRV54G running firmware 2.36
www.linksys.com does not have it and when you try to find it there it takes you to a Cisco site where you have to log in which does not work. I'm not the only one with this issue. I tried chatting on Linksys.com but they cannot help also. What a joke.....

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It looks like the only way to get the firmware is to sign up for an account with Cisco.  They've really decided to integrate the Linksys small business side into their brand.

Although, right now it looks like the most current version is v2.39.2e.

Hope that helps.
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Thanks RunningGag,
I finely got the login to work, as I stated before I could not log in so I can download. Cisico's site is working properly this morning
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thanks
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Huh, maybe their sign up system was down.  I didn't have any issue logging in with my existing credentials (once I remembered what they were, heh).
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