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Hello, and welcome. Everything you need should be in my original post. The installation wiki is here.
im not really understanding what mod has been made here. what are you guys modifying on the modem , if its not the speed, what is modified ?

i had to add a fan to keep the heat down, but its just mounted externally, the modem is just sitting ontop of the fan.
can i connect the fan to the power of the modem somehow also ??? if so, where ?
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im not really understanding what mod has been made here. what are you guys modifying on the modem , if its not the speed, what is modified ?

i had to add a fan to keep the heat down, but its just mounted externally, the modem is just sitting ontop of the fan.
can i connect the fan to the power of the modem somehow also ??? if so, where ?
We are completely changing the OS that is running on the router.

You can open the router up and connect the 2 lines from the fan to the power supply leads.
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We are completely changing the OS that is running on the router.

You can open the router up and connect the 2 lines from the fan to the power supply leads.
The power supply is already way below spec, so I'd advise not to do that.
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We are completely changing the OS that is running on the router.

You can open the router up and connect the 2 lines from the fan to the power supply leads.

change the OS why ?

my modem works perfectly fine, and is running at 60mb/7mb

also, yeah, onthe wiretap, ifigured its prolly not a good idea, and ive already hooked up a seperate transformer/fan/combo.
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change the OS why ?
I think you're missing the point. I replaced the OS on my router so that I could create virtual WANs and setup QoS better than the stock could. That's just one example.



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Anyone else try running ddwrt on the asus rt-n16? I can't seem to get my rate above "54Mbs" when set to N-Only.
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change the OS why ?

my modem works perfectly fine, and is running at 60mb/7mb

also, yeah, onthe wiretap, ifigured its prolly not a good idea, and ive already hooked up a seperate transformer/fan/combo.
The same reason why some people prefer Windows XP over Windows 98 It's better in some ways, but you do in theory lose all warranty on it.
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change the OS why ?
Bandwidth logging, overclocking, QoS, better firewall, VPN, WDS, sometimes lower ping, Dynamic DNS, virtual interfaces, scripts, logging, SNMP, MACupd, and more
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Any news on a proper firmware upgrade for a Netgear wndr-3700? I'd love to turn up my transmit power.
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