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Nice! Had no idea this club was around. Running the latest K2.6 build on my Netgear 3500L. Been using DD-WRT for years on a multitude of different routers. Has anyone here tried the x86 version? Wondering how it compares to pfsense or untangle.
I haven't used it myself but i was told its very snappy and fast compared to other router distros.

In terms of functionality and add-ons however, your much better off with pfsense. For security go with untangle. Pfsense doesn't require much hardware anyway.
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Firmware: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (08/12/10) micro
WRT54GS v7.2 Overall, I'm happy but i've had to flash downgrades and upgrades to get everything to 'stick' in this router. MAC filtering doesn't work and WPA2-AES doesn't always want to play well with the wifi. Had to disable the b broadcast to get it to work.

I wish I had kept all those original 54's I used to have!
I am about to flash my new router (asus rt n16), i'm pretty excited to finally have the full version. this product is really fantastic to have available in the home.
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gah...gotta reinstall ddwrt on 2 of my wrt54g (v2+v4)(ddwrt v2.3)
me thinks it cant handle the wpa (tck) encryption..and based on the wiki Im not suppose to use sp1 on client bridge mode...this is so time consuming...going to use VINT bin on the v2 and std generic 2.4 on v4
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Just got DD-WRT installed on my Asus RT-N12. I want to setup 2 SSID's, one being unrestricted access with a WPA code, and the other have limited bandwidth but no WEP/WPA code needed. So far I have only figured out how to create the SSID and have the security for each, but I can not add restrictions for JUST the guest account.
Thanks!

Running mini btw!


EDIT: I figured all that mess out, but even before I messed with the dual SSID's, I was stuck at 54Mbps. This router is rated at 300. I know I won't get all that, but at least give me 150! Any one have any ideas?
Edited by Vispor - 1/5/11 at 2:20pm
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Just got DD-WRT installed on my Asus RT-N12. I want to setup 2 SSID's, one being unrestricted access with a WPA code, and the other have limited bandwidth but no WEP/WPA code needed. So far I have only figured out how to create the SSID and have the security for each, but I can not add restrictions for JUST the guest account.
Thanks!

Running mini btw!


EDIT: I figured all that mess out, but even before I messed with the dual SSID's, I was stuck at 54Mbps. This router is rated at 300. I know I won't get all that, but at least give me 150! Any one have any ideas?
I've been unable to get N-speeds on my RT-N16 with dd-wrt. I'm just gonna cave and get a N access point and throw it on my switch for the laptop and other devices that can use N.
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That sucks. If that's the case, I'll just use the Asus firmware.
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well got my wrt54g ver2 and ver4 bridges updated from v23 ddwrt....after having problems with the old sp1 firmware (turns out it could have been because I changed the SSID from 6 to 11) >>>used the new sp2 v24 ddwrt (gui is non existent and uses htm style pages)...went easy maybe because I figured that channel 11 was degrading the connection...I could be wrong...but after I installed ddwrt on the v4 (mini.bin) I had an easier time with v2 (vint.bin build 13064?) sp2...still have a wrt54g v6 to update...and that requires a different ddwrt...will probably do a mini file as its still stock linksys firmware (used VINT ddwrt for v2)...also I thought the culprit was that ddwrt bridges dont like wpa (tke)...wrong!....
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just finished flashing WRT54g ver6 > what a PIA > needed 2 other progs (tftp/vgui xx.exe) to get it reflashed with a MAC address + it requires a 30/30/30 hard reset (b4 and after) + and several files *.bins + saving a bin after initial flash ----note to beginners refer to the DDWRT wiki (ver.5-6 specific)and FOLLOW it to the letter no matter what...mine went without a hitch but it is a major PIA
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I have the Asus RT-N16 on the latest DD-WRT big firmware and then a Linksys E2000 on the latest DD-WRT firmware in wireless bridge in my roommates room so he can connnect his PC, xbox, and blu ray player to it without needing a wireless adapter.
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