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Old October 3, 2010, 07:53 PM
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Originally Posted by ammark
hehe. This router is totally for geeks. Trust me. I own one. I have a WRT54G version 2.2 whose firmware I got rid of and replaced with tomato. The WRT54GL is the same thing (actually a WRT54Gv4), with "L" standing for Linux. I would recommend you install DD-WRT or Tomato on yours to unleash the full potential of your router. You can increase wireless range, improve security, run servers, run scripts and a heck lot more from the router with these firmwares. Basically its a cheap $70 router for people to modify and turn into a $500 Cisco router suitable for enterprises and ISPs. Essentially you can run your own 'para'r ISP' with this one router.
i was almost novice with networking and wireless networking devices. and from some suggestions and advice from a BD gaming forum this was what i was recommended. currently i am happy with what ive got. anyway thanx for the advice may be it will help me in future. next time when i need some advice i am gonna knock you.

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