- I m one of the admins on the site, you have been approved. I personally like to run openwrt, or dd-wrt, depending on the version and memory in the box. IfMessage 1 of 1 , Oct 24, 2008View Source
I’m one of the admins on the site, you have been approved. I personally like to run openwrt, or dd-wrt, depending on the version and memory in the box. If you have like a Linksys WRT54G V3 or earlier, I like Openwrt – It’s basically the same as last factory release, minus a bunch of bugs ("features"?) and with powerboost features (you are currently running at 50% or less), and reboot over the internet and a few other fun features. Best place to increase your signal though is to get the 7dbi antennas. Additionally, DD-WRT is Linux for these boxes on steroids, pretty rock solid as well, and I think I saw a fly the space shuttle tab on the last version. I run DD-WRT v24 micro on one of my boxes (Fon), OpenWRT on a V3 and OpenWAP on a V1 WAP54G. On top of that, I have 2 original SBC Two Wire Home Portal 1750s, so I pretty much blanket my whole court and the one on both sides. I also have a Yagi antenna in my attic, and at my parents house 2 miles away, and can, from my parents house, see my home network.
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Have 54g router that drops connection, hoping to find fix
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