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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
10541 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
20690 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 Upgrade Checker Class II routers Windows

This utility has been created to help router owners find out if their routers can be upgraded to the RouterTech firmwares (and if so, which firmware file to pick). Please read the instructions included in the zip file before using it. Previous version downloads: v1.0.8 = 224, v1.1.0 = 390, v1.1.1 = 1163, v1.1.3 = 48, v1.1.4 = 3208, v1.1.5 = 470, v1.1.6 = 240, v1.1.7 = 683, v1.1.8 = 1591, v1.2.0 = 3256, v1.2.1 = 1119, v1.2.4 = 581, v1.2.5 = 222, v1.2.6 = 906, v1.2.7 = 1634, v1.2.8 = 2182, v1.2.9 = 2611, v1.3.0 = 998, v1.3.1 = 1385, v1.3.2 = 709, v1.3.3 = 6281, v1.3.4 = 6877, v1.3.5 = 4599, v1.3.7 = 3100, v1.3.8 = 3552, v1.3.9 = 5946, v1.4.0 = 7824


v1.4.1 (2.97 firmware), 226KB, MD5 Checksum = da20521a8d44b1a9c333324459f734b4
v1.4.1 (2.96 firmware), 226KB, MD5 Checksum = fe5641e22c73875b16433a7d635dfc42
v1.4.1 (2.95 firmware), 226KB, MD5 Checksum = b4fec17aa914135a3c51b4d18b2fe5ac


Anti-virus warnings etc
Due to the nature of the RUC (it needs to be able to access the router, act as a server etc), you may occasionally see false positives in your anti-virus/anti-spyware/anti-malware/security software. But to be on the safe side (to be sure you have downloaded the correct file), you can confirm the file size and MD5 checksum are correct (see above). The RUC is now regularly submitted to the AVG Whitelisting Service, so hopefully the number of false positives should be minimal.


Current version as of 10th January 2011 - update for v2.95 firmware.

Current version as of 8th May 2011 - includes v2.96 firmware list.

Current version as of 25th June 2012 - includes v2.97 firmware list.

Config Fixer Class II routers Windows

This utility can be used to 'fix' router config files. Perhaps you want to keep your settings but at the same time take advantage of the latest RouterTech fixes when you upgrade to a RouterTech firmware? Or perhaps you just want to apply the RouterTech fixes without upgrading the firmware completely? Now you can! Please read the instructions that come with the utility BEFORE you run it


Download v2.0.0
5397 downloads

This version has the fixes stored in files - the idea being that in future, when new fixes are available (often coinciding with new firmware releases), only new fix files need to be released. This means that users can apply new fixes without having to download a new version of the Fixer

 

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
3083 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
4460 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.

Telnet Scripter Class II routers Windows

A telnet scripting utility to automate telnet sessions. This utility can make it much easier to perform multiple commands on a regular basis etc. Previous version downloads: v1.0.6 = 423, v1.0.8 = 9


Download v1.0.7
2838 downloads

Supports full pathnames for input and output files.

Download v1.0.9
2530 downloads

Includes 'hidden' switch and will now continue moving through the script even if there is no WAIT after a SEND command.

Download v1.1.0
6712 downloads

Does not require the Winsock.OCX dependency file.

Router Setup Software - Class II Class II routers Windows

This software is designed to be run by new owners who wish to get their routers connected to the Internet with the minimum of hassle. Ideally it should be used with RouterTech firmwares - it cannot be guaranteed to work with other firmwares. If you have already set up your router and are just feeling curious, you may get better results if you reset your router before trying the software


A quick user guide is also available for this software - see the guide section

 

Router Stats Keeper Class II routers Windows

This simple utility monitors whether a certain IP address is pingable (e.g. this should be an IP of some website like www.google.com or similar) and also records the router's Internet connection stats (upstream/downstream speeds, SNR etc) at regular intervals. If the IP address does not respond to pings (logged as DOWN) then the utility will keep trying to ping the IP address until it responds (logged as UP). Two outputs are produced: 1) a CSV file with the full stats, 2) a text file with more condensed stats.


Download Here
2602 downloads

Current version as of 21st May 2007.

 

Router Stats Logger Class II routers Windows

This utility is an extension to the Router Stats Keeper utility and it is able to do everything the Router Stats Keeper can do and more. Extra features include extended ping test, trace route and signal strength vs frequency graph.

More information Previous version downloads: v1.0.5 = 15, v1.0.7 = 13, v1.0.13 = 17, v1.0.15 = 317, v1.0.16 = 171, v1.0.17 = 441, v1.0.18 = 197, v1.0.21 = 184, v1.0.23 = 116, v1.0.24 = 190, v1.0.25 = 340, v1.0.26 = 539


Download v1.0.27
4011 downloads

Release date: 5th October 2008. Winsock.ocx is no longer required. System log fetch and clear, visual tweaks.

Download v1.0.28
3688 downloads

Release date: 28th October 2008. Ability to change where to start using the downstream bit allocation data.

Download v1.0.29
7655 downloads

Release date: 26th September 2009. Option to name stats files based on the date and time.

Wireless Environment Builder Class II routers Windows

The main purpose of the Wireless Environment Builder (as the name suggests) is to rebuild the wireless environment of Class II routers. This may be useful if this has become corrupted and the wireless part of your Class II router has stopped working. Please see the readme for more information. For general router recovery it would be better to have a backup of the original environment (which can be obtained with the Router Upgrade Checker).


For routers using the TNETW1350A wifi chip only


Download v1.0.3
3310 downloads

Released 18 October 2007

Download v1.0.4
6685 downloads

Released 13 June 2008 - includes updated TNETW ID search

MTD Calculator Class II routers Windows

This simple tool will help rebuild a trashed router environment by calculating the correct partition sizes.


Download v1.0.0
2901 downloads

Choose a firmware file, a Flash ROM memory size, a bootloader type, click on the calculate button and the MTD values will be produced. You can even drag and drop a firmware file on to the MTD Calculator to select it! See the readme for full instructions.

 
Download v1.0.1
4089 downloads

Includes optional MTD5 for PSPBoot routers. See the readme for full instructions.

Router Repair Tool Class II routers Windows

This tool can be used to:

* Repair/restore your router's environment.
* Un-brick your router.
* Upgrade your router's firmware.
* Backup your router's environment and config.


Main info page


Download v1.0.5
7162 downloads

Please note that since this the first public release of this software, there may be bugs etc that have not been discovered yet and there are no guarantees that all features will work on all systems/routers.

 
Download v1.0.7
9516 downloads

Includes many small changes/improvements and the ability to execute scripts at the bootloader.

 
Download v1.0.8
17155 downloads

This version is able to run PCTool scripts which are in Unix file format.

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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