[Chugalug] dd-wrt router.. Asus?

Jason Brown lists at masterforge.com
Fri Jan 4 15:17:52 UTC 2013

I got one of these recently: 

Buffalo N600 (It was cheaper then, I think $75).
Actual gigabit ports (hated wireless N routers with 100Mbit ports).
It's a decent router so far, the antennas are a bit weak so the range is 
not what I had hoped. I am planning to play with that some.

Bonus: It already comes with dd-wrt installed. I reflashed to Open-WRT 
just to test things and left it there.

There is a nice chart in the middle of those specs that shows the 
various features of the different models, 5 out of 7 come with dd-wrt 

Over all I am happy with it.


On 01/04/2013 09:45 AM, Mike Harrison wrote:
> What's the best hardare out there for runnnig dd-wrt for a home 
> firewall/router? Are the ASUS (RT-N16) still considered the best choice?
> The RT-N66U's look nice, but reviews say the older frmware was crap.
> Anyone got something with GigE jacks, USB file share and printer support
> and N/G/B networks that they think is better than the RT-N16 ?
> Running DD-WRT (Linux) is a plus, but not required if things work.. 
> I've just had good results with it in the past.
> --Mike--
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