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...
axeman wrote:Is that due to a noisy power amp in the Broadcom SoC or something?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