[kwlug-disc] ASUS RT-N16 router.
bjonkman at sobac.com
Tue Mar 12 02:34:40 EDT 2013
There was a discussion on home routers on the TLUG list a few days ago.
Consensus: DLink DIR825 is OK (but older), and "the TL-WDR4300 is a
well-researched alternative". Both take alternate firmware, eg.
OpenWRT. The Buffalo wzr-600dhp was mentioned as good, too.
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On 13-03-11 06:58 PM, Chamunks Arkturus wrote:
> Anyone had any complaints or compliments to give to this router? I'm
> curious as its apparently ddwrt supported and I'm looking to find a more up
> to date thing to reccomend to people as a standard baseline for routers as
> the WRT-54GL's are a bit outdated now.
> This router touts 10/100/1000 ports all around and a broadcom chipset
> compatible with ddwrt topped off with wireless n 300+ something or other.
> Seems decent. I've been pushed by several people to go towards the
> direction of the netgear routers but I've never really heard anything
> exceptional about netgear and I've always had exceptional experience with
> ASUS. Yes it is a bit of fanboyism but its been earned I believe having
> several ASUS mobo's and laptops that just wont die.
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