okay so obviously alot of folks have hacked their WRT54G, What are you doing with your box ? I personally have given mine to my brother... it's running as a bridge allowing him to stomp all over kids in Gears2 on Xbox Live.
I've been using a WRT54GL for as long as I can remember. Never had any issues with it at all. It's serving a windows desktop, 2 mac laptops, an iPhone, a wii, a xbox 360 and a blu-ray player. No issues. But I want to upgrade to a dual band g/n router so my laptop can get better speed. Any recommendations?
I have an apple Time Capsule as my primary router and I have a wrt54G v.4 with DD-WRT loaded that I would like to use as a bridge for my xbox media center. What's the best way to set this up?
at this point who doesn't have or had one of these routers or at least knows someone with one? i have to say this has got to be the most popular wifi router.
I have a WRT54G. Not the "L" version. Is this hackable?
What are the main things you get from installing hacked firmware that you don't get in the stock product? I don't want the feature list. I want to know what you *really* use.
A Linksys WRT54G or a red shirt guy who foolishly accompanies Kirk, Spock, and Scotty down to an unfamiliar planet? I love the customizability and options that the WRT54G offers, but the couple that I have used have had very short lives.Is my experience unusual?
Seems like there are so many different versions of this specific router...does anyone know where I can find a guide to differentiate between the different types?
Lets get a good debate going between the 2 most popular firmware mods for these routers. Pros? Cons? Crazy things you have done with these firmware versions? *ding ding*
I bought a wrt54GL to supplement my aging wrt54g. Not enough ethernet ports, and decided to put a wired directional antenna 30 yards away, pointing at a poolhouse 50 yards away from the point of origin. I am running tomato firmware on both, with amplification turned up. Any other suggestions for a better custom firmware, or a good wireless n router with external antennas, capable of running custom firmware.