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Key: Class I routers - Class I (Conexant) routers Class II routers - Class II (AR7RD/AR7WRD) routers Windows - Windows compatible Linux - Linux compatible


 

Router Diagnostic Tool Class I routers Class II routers Windows

A simple tool which will create a report based on the router and network settings. This can be useful for novices and for people in a hurry, who want to provide information on the forum. Previous version downloads: v1.2.4 = 683, v1.3.2 = 7

When running the tool, make sure no other modem/router is connected (to the PC and/or phone-line) apart from the one you want to test.


Download v1.3.1
10373 downloads

Version 1.3.1

Will require permission from your firewall to access the Internet (it will simply ping Google to test the Internet connection). You must enter your router's password so that the tool can access the router's log and you may need to enter your router's IP address also. There is no reason to be concerned about the security of your password.
This version of the diagnostic tool has a few tweaks to work more effectively with the timestamp that is applied to the log in the RouterTech.Org firmware(s). It also now has a new graphical interface and improved error checking.


Download v1.3.3
20497 downloads

Version 1.3.3 (September 2007)

Includes the ability to identify the ISP hardware (now using a file making it easier to update) for Class II routers and it will retain the router class user selection.

Router Pinger Class I routers Class II routers Windows

This tool will try to ping the router at regular intervals to see if the router drops the connection when under heavy load etc.


Download here
3028 downloads

Enter the router's IP address, a suitable interval (in seconds), select the relevant network adaptor and click on 'Start'. This should help monitor the router's status and traffic levels. The 'fix location' can point to something like the location of a batch file

 

Router Rebooter Class I routers Class II routers Windows

This little utility can be used to reboot a (compatible) router if and when the router looses it's Internet connection. The utility will periodically try to ping the predefined address (Google by default) and if it fails a certain number of times (which can be user-defined) then it will attempt a manual router reboot. The utility can be minimised to the system tray and be left running in the background on the PC. Previous version downloads: v1.2.0 = 482, v1.4.0 = 150


Download v1.4.1
4363 downloads

Will require permission from your firewall to access the Internet (it will simply ping Google to test the Internet connection). You must enter your router's password so that the tool can reboot the router and you may need to enter your router's IP address also. There is no reason to be concerned about the security of your password.
This version works with Class II routers and can operate in a simplified 'shrunken' mode.

Most of the above programs will require the VB Runtime Files installed on your system.

In addition, they use the following components

Router Diagnostic:
OLE Automation - STDOLE2.TLB
Microsoft Internet Controls - shdocvw.oca and shdocvw.dll
Microsoft HTML Object Library - MSHTML.TLB

Class I Router Backup Utility:
Microsoft Internet Controls - shdocvw.oca and shdocvw.dll
Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0 (MSCOMCTL.OCX)
Winsock control (MSWINSCK.OCX)

Router Rebooter:
OLE Automation - STDOLE2.TLB
Microsoft Internet Controls - shdocvw.oca and shdocvw.dll

If any of these components are not installed on your PC then the respective programs will fail to run correctly, so they will need to be downloaded and installed on your PC.

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