Captain Ned wrote:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833320038
Some folks seemed to be able to put DD-WRT on it. The expensive points of this one are the dual band N and multiple SSIDs (i.e. guest network) support.Dieter wrote:I also have the Netgear WNDR3700-100NAS, and I've been very happy with it (fast AND stable), but as far as I know it doesn't run 3rd party firmware, and it's well over $100, so it's probably out for you. But, I really like mine, so I always toss it in as a suggestion.
With N router with a gigabit switch down to around ~$80, I question the cost argument here.Usacomp2k3 wrote:I would highly recommend getting a separate gigabit switch and so remove that need from the router. Also, if you're not planning on getting a dual-band -n card anytime soon, just go with a cheap -g and save the money so that in a couple years you can upgrade to a good -n router when you have -n devices.
Flying Fox wrote:I'll throw the WNR3500L to the mix as well. You can look at the other thread for more information.
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