Flying Fox wrote:Which router are you thinking that is DD-WRT only?
_Sigma wrote:I just got a Netgear WNDR3700 and put DDWRT on it and I'm very happy so far.
Captain Ned wrote:Both firmwares also allow for boosting the wireless transmitter power, increasing reception range. They also allow access to the b/g channels that the FCC doesn't allow to be used in the US, although this will only be helpful if you've got non-US standard client devices.
Usacomp2k3 wrote:Don't forget that technically both of those changes aren't exactly legal...
Is that due to a noisy power amp in the Broadcom SoC or something?axeman wrote:On another topic, it's not advisable on some newer routers (at least Broadcom SoC based ones) to increase the transmit power at all according to DD-WRT experts. In fact, in some cases, like the goofy spaceship-esque LinkSys models with integrated antennae, you may have better results by turning _down_ the tx power.
rykellim wrote:I am running Tomato firmware on a Linksys WRT54GL router and wanted to change it to DD-WRT because I needed to turn the device into a Universal Repeater. Can I indeed do so with Tomato?
bitvector wrote: * RADIUS & 802.1x support
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