[kwlug-disc] OpenWRT / 802.11n / USB / SD / GB - MAC filtering wi-fi side specific?

unsolicited unsolicited at swiz.ca
Fri Jan 15 11:50:31 EST 2010


Asus specs say 2.4 GHz only. Nothing about 5 GHz, dual band, or 
simultaneous dual band. 2.4 GHz band is already overcrowded with 
household and other devices.

Netgear doesn't say anything, but one user's blurb says both 2.4 GHz 
and 5 GHz, but not dual simultaneous. And apparently distribution 
channel not filled with any product yet. Apparently runs DD-WRT, 
OpenWRT, etc., http://www.myopenrouter.com/.

Got nothing on the RouterStation Pro to know about ranges.

unsolicited wrote, On 01/15/2010 11:10 AM:
> Consider, as in my original post, the models pointed out to me in the 
> OpenWRT forum, Asus RT-N16 (DD-WRT, at least) and Ubiquiti RouterStation 
> Pro.
> I've also come across the NetGear 3500L (L for Linux), 
> http://netgear.com/Products/RoutersandGateways/WirelessNRoutersandGateways/WNR3500L.aspx?detail=Specifications. 
> I have no specific knowledge of it, yet, though. Working on it.
> Khalid Baheyeldin wrote, On 01/15/2010 9:58 AM:
>>       every so often, i look around to see if there's a new, 
>> openwrt-ideal
>>     router out there.  and by openwrt-ideal, i mean:
>>      * runs the latest version of openwrt with a 2.6 kernel
>>      * at least one USB 2.0 port (preferably two)
>>      * supports the graphical (luci) interface
>>      * etc, etc, you get the idea.
>> Me too ... the development is behind the new models available at the
>> large stores.
>> Graphical interface is not a must for me. Command line or web based
>> is fine.
>> But to add to the list:
>> * Wireless N support.
>> Is there such a beast?
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