Michael Watterson writes:
> Brendan Kehoe wrote:
> > Barry Flanagan wrote:
> >> PÃ¡draig Brady wrote:
> >>> WRT54GL for â¬51.50
> >>> http://www.komplett.ie/k/ki.aspx?sku=314078> >>>
> >>> Throw dd-wrt on it (v24 just released):
> >>> http://www.dd-wrt.com/> >> Yeah, I was going to suggest the exact same.
> > And me. I've set up three in different places (my sitting room, my
> > son's school, a friend's house) and all have been working like a charm
> > for a range of six months to two years without a single hiccup. The
> > dd-wrt project is amazing.
> > B
> Why not http://openwrt.org/ ?
> (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.
I switched from OpenWRT to Tomato about 6 months ago, on my WRTs.
Basically, OpenWRT is appallingly underdocumented. I regularly found
myself having to trawl through IRC logs to find info on how to do
DD-WRT and Tomato, however, are a good deal more usable -- if you're not
planning to do something really hairy like build a custom firmware, I'd
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