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I added a link to an SD/MMC card mod for the WRT54GL in my original post. I'm curious, has anyone here attempted this? I've got a spare SD card just lying around and I'm thinking about giving it a try.
I'm pretty sure it works, a lot of people use, it but it all depends on if you are actually going to use the storage. If I had the time to figure it all out I would be storing packet captures on an SD card, but right now I have a CIFS mount for doing that.
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I just got done flashing my WRT54GL with DD-WRT to use it as a wireless adapter for my XBOX when I go camping this weekend (the campsite has wi-fi) and it would help clean up some wires around the house. The install was easy, setting it was as an adapter was the trouble. But it's all working great now thanks to the helpful DD-WRT forums.

I might have to try out the fan mod, and buy some higher powered antennas. Right now overclocking helps with connection speed, but even overclocking it to 216mhz makes it unstable. If I order the Asus WL-500W from Newegg when I get back (my Rosewill has been acting up and I want to have 2 routers with DD-WRT) I might throw in the order of a fan to try things out.
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I just picked up WRT54G-TM v1.0 with DD-WRT Mega. Should be here tomorrow. I'll be doing a fan mod to overclock it and maybe a paint mod (flat black) to it next week or so as well I hope its a nice upgrade from my BEFSR41 v3.
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Me! Running it on my Motorola WR850G.
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I just got done flashing my WRT54GL with DD-WRT to use it as a wireless adapter for my XBOX when I go camping this weekend (the campsite has wi-fi) and it would help clean up some wires around the house. The install was easy, setting it was as an adapter was the trouble. But it's all working great now thanks to the helpful DD-WRT forums.

I might have to try out the fan mod, and buy some higher powered antennas. Right now overclocking helps with connection speed, but even overclocking it to 216mhz makes it unstable. If I order the Asus WL-500W from Newegg when I get back (my Rosewill has been acting up and I want to have 2 routers with DD-WRT) I might throw in the order of a fan to try things out.
You should check out my fan mod if you haven't already. I've had my GL at 250 MHz (the max) and 90 mW TX for a week running completely stable.

I'd like to try Mega. If I ever get around to doing the SD card mod, I will.
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You should check out my fan mod if you haven't already. I've had my GL at 250 MHz (the max) and 90 mW TX for a week running completely stable.

I'd like to try Mega. If I ever get around to doing the SD card mod, I will.
That's what actually gave me the inspiration to do the mod. It seemed like a great idea, the only problem is that I'm not sure where to get a heatsink from that will work. Any ideas? Would something from here work? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...atsinks%20only
Edited by b0mbshell - 7/8/09 at 9:01pm
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That's what actually gave me the inspiration to do the mod. It seemed like a great idea, the only problem is that I'm not sure where to get a heatsink from that will work. Any ideas? Would something from here work? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...atsinks%20only
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I just got done flashing my WRT54GL with DD-WRT to use it as a wireless adapter for my XBOX when I go camping this weekend (the campsite has wi-fi) and it would help clean up some wires around the house. The install was easy, setting it was as an adapter was the trouble. But it's all working great now thanks to the helpful DD-WRT forums.

I might have to try out the fan mod, and buy some higher powered antennas. Right now overclocking helps with connection speed, but even overclocking it to 216mhz makes it unstable. If I order the Asus WL-500W from Newegg when I get back (my Rosewill has been acting up and I want to have 2 routers with DD-WRT) I might throw in the order of a fan to try things out.
You probably dont need a fan on there, I put a 486 heatsink on mine and its running at 250 Mhz (Max overclock)

These should work nicely you should have enough for 3 routers in one pack.
Edited by Darkknight512 - 7/9/09 at 9:10am
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You probably dont need a fan on there, I put a 486 heatsink on mine and its running at 250 Mhz (Max overclock)

These should work nicely you should have enough for 3 routers in one pack.
I dug through an old junker rig and found an aluminum heatsink on the northbridge. It was basically the heatsink with a piece of double-sided tape on the bottom. You might need to use more than one, but those heatsinks will work well, especially since they're copper. Stick them on the big Broadcom chip.
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This is how I did mine if you are interested

http://www.overclock.net/networking-...tallation.html
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I just got done flashing my WRT54GL with DD-WRT to use it as a wireless adapter for my XBOX when I go camping this weekend (the campsite has wi-fi) and it would help clean up some wires around the house. The install was easy, setting it was as an adapter was the trouble. But it's all working great now thanks to the helpful DD-WRT forums.

I might have to try out the fan mod, and buy some higher powered antennas. Right now overclocking helps with connection speed, but even overclocking it to 216mhz makes it unstable. If I order the Asus WL-500W from Newegg when I get back (my Rosewill has been acting up and I want to have 2 routers with DD-WRT) I might throw in the order of a fan to try things out.
You take your 360 camping?
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