Originally Posted by nleksan
How about the Asus RT-N66U, their new top of the line router? I have been looking at getting it to replace the WRT300N that is currently the backbone of my network (with DD-WRT and a few WRT54Gv2 or v3 routers with DD-WRT acting as wireless bridges). The house is 5700sq-ft and the main router is at the top floor on the side of the house, while my home theater is in the basement, so speeds are currently "acceptable", but I would think that using the Asus as primary and the WRT300N as a wireless bridge, and then moving the 54G's further to the corners of the house would result in far faster speeds, by having a 150MBs minimum connection speed (54G's are used mostly for guests, and all home devices can be set to select which router to grab from), yes?
I really want to be able to better use XBL and stream 1080p video without buffering constantly...
+1 for N66u, I decided to spend a bit more for a good router and never looked back. This is the router of choice for video streaming. Make sure to download the latest firmware from the Asus website (unless you plan to flash to tomato, I don't think DD-WRT is very good), the inbuilt updater didn't update to latest version for me.
Its not their new router btw, its now a generation old. The new one is ac66uEdited by .:hybrid:. - 10/15/12 at 1:43am