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Okay thanks for the reply's, new router it is.
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I recommend you use RouterOS. Mikrotik routers are pretty nice. wide open configuration. The RB450G is a 4 port gigabit router. I have one that runs thousands of active clients. $150. It is not a wireless router, so you would need to pick yourself up a wireless AP if you go that route. If you do, i recommend a ubiquity bullet M2 with a 15dbi omni directional antenna.... If you go this route, you WILL have an impressive network to show off to your nerd friends =P
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Okay thanks for the reply's, new router it is.

Like I posted before, the TL-WR1043ND is a pretty impressive router if you want a router that can handle a ton of connections. Considering that DDWRT tends to cap the number of connections to 4000, While mine can do 65535. Why IDK, considering every other router I have used with DDWRT has the standard limit.

Router is solid as a brick, and wifi single is strong even with stock antennas. Though I do plan on replacing mine with better ones, one of these days.


Can't think of a better router when it comes to p2p, especially when it can handle so many connections. Most home router handle less then 4000 connections, and a few asus routers handle little more then 4000. Kinda crazy that I happened to pick this router up, as this info isn't wide spread.
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Like I posted before, the TL-WR1043ND is a pretty impressive router if you want a router that can handle a ton of connections. Considering that DDWRT tends to cap the number of connections to 4000, While mine can do 65535. Why IDK, considering every other router I have used with DDWRT has the standard limit.

Router is solid as a brick, and wifi single is strong even with stock antennas. Though I do plan on replacing mine with better ones, one of these days.


Can't think of a better router when it comes to p2p, especially when it can handle so many connections. Most home router handle less then 4000 connections, and a few asus routers handle little more then 4000. Kinda crazy that I happened to pick this router up, as this info isn't wide spread.

Thanks again for the info, going to pick up one here soon.
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