If you are testing OpenWrt and DD-Wrt versions a lot (e.g. being a power user or contributor), or you just tried them for the first time, then you may want to return to Buffalo's stock firmware for different reasons (e.g. testing web upgrade from stock).
For the Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH you may found Brainslayer's post with a TRX image of Buffalo's stock EU firmware 1.65.
That firmware is already quite old but still fulfills its purpose, but there's also a Buffalo DD-Wrt build you may want to return to.
Additionally the TRX image can not be used to revert from OpenWrt.
Hence I created some "revert to stock images" from Buffalo's EU firmwares for all three cases.
I used my own naming conventions to easily recognize the file type:
* .bin = pure flash image without any headers (e.g. for OpenWrt)
* .trx = TRX flash image (e.g. for DD-Wrt)
* .tftp = TFTP flash image with Buffalo TFTP Header for recovery through U-Boot's tftpserver on router start. Only accepted when "accept_open_rt_fmt 1" is set in U-Boot.
* .img = The original firmware images are encrypted and begin with "bgn". Can always be used for tftp recovery.
Use the images at your own risk: http://ftp.maddes.net/hardware/WZR-HP-G300NH/
Note that Buffalo's DD-Wrt build can also flash the original stock firmware images besides TRX images.
Note that Buffalo's U-Boot recovery TFTP server can also receive original stock firmware images and flash them.
If you know about other "revert to stock images" for the Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH then feel free to post them here.
Buffalo's web page is undergoing an overhaul and not all files are present yet (e.g. for WZR-HP-G300NH).
But you can still access the old support page at http://220.127.116.11/support/downloads (Buffalo DD-Wrt builds: ftp://wzr-hp-g300nh:firstname.lastname@example.org/).
Please avoid "thank you" and "works for me" posts to avoid noise in the thread.
For TFTP issues please search the forum and wiki, as the images themselves are working and not the reason for your issue.
You can mail/PM me if wanted (use the links at the left of this post).
Thanks in advance.
(Last edited by maddes.b on 5 Feb 2012, 21:30)