On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 9:15 AM, Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie> wrote:
> No - but it probably does detract from my getting the thing up and running
> in the minimum amount of time. But anyway, I decided that I'd like to play
> with OpenWRT myself, so I've just ordered a 2nd one.
In my workplace, we've been using a mix of dd-wrt, openwrt (actually
Xwrt, which is openwrt with some gui improvements) and tomato.
- dd-wrt has been phased out in our place due to possible licensing issues.
- Xwrt has been quite stable, as of this morning, one AP just reached
197 days of uptime and is still serving wireless.
- tomato can be slightly unstable depending on releases (we are
currently running 1.19).
They all are WRT54GL 1.1 boxes.
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