|reply to Bill_MI |
Re: Looks like Belkin is buying the Linksys brand.
said by Bill_MI:I have yet to use OpenWRT, but have used DD-WRT, and have heard good things about the WNDR3700. I don't think I need any new equipment at the moment, so we'll see what h/w is out there when I do. said by Sandman:
Now to figure out who I'll be switching to.
Firmware... I'm an OpenWrt user that loves the pure embedded Linux environment. For hardware I've been looking here: »www.netgear.com/home/products/wi···700.aspx
Just my 2 cents. This isn't a new one by any means but I like its maturity.
I say "I don't think I need any new equipment..." because I have a Linksys/Cisco WRT610N, which is WIP in DD-WRT. It worked OK on the original version that I installed, but when I tried to upgrade it lost internet connectivity and 1 of the wireless radios. I've, since then, flashed back to the original Linksys firmware, which doesn't support DHCP reservations.
Edit: It looks like my WRT610N is now supported, but I'm sure that it was WIP as of 2-3 weeks ago.
Rule #62: Don't take yourself so damn seriously!