Saint Petersburg, FL
said by falcon2081:Yes it is....always follow the best routers for bridged networks thread here for status on updates. I always ask you guys to give me a few to test any new firmware....if I brick my router no worries....if you brick yours....that's a problem so I normally test things quickly and either give a thumbs up or thumbs down....those who are brave by all means go for it....just understand its harder to fix the brick...than to wait 12 hours while I test things just to make sure nothing wonky goin on.
I took the plunge no more than 5 min after looking at the stock firmware settings for the router lol. Didn't like a few things about it so I switched and Padavan's is miles better.
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