On Fri, 6 Jun 2008, Michael Watterson wrote:
> Why not http://openwrt.org/ ?
Easy to respin custom images to squeeze the last out of 2MB flash
routers, e.g. by leaving out the X-WRT web GUI, and by building in
packages to the squashfs that you'd otherwise install to the jffs
> (I have a WRT54G3G modified to run 5hrs on batteries with openwrt.
> Runs ethernet WAN (cable Modem, DSL router bridge Mode, Breeze,
> Ripwave etc) or PCMCIA modem (3G, EDGE, Digiweb Flash-OFDM modem).
> The Flash-OFDM driver is not yet publically available though. USB
> modems via USB-PCMCIA adaptor is possible.
Here: WRT54GS doing closed SSID (WPA) + firewalled, throttled open
SSID + WDS + DHCP + DNS. AG241 doing DSL/ATM (PPPoA) and firewalling.
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