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count me in

Linksys WRT300N with V.24 build 14929 blazingly fast now with all the optimizations ( I finally have 90% of what the advertised speed should be for my connection 35/35
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Wrt54g running v24. Currently testing the router with ssider, cant wait to get on modding it a bit. Im going parobolic, flat black paint, new psu, and a fan mod to keep it all cool.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by darksideleader View Post
an atom based computer with x86 DD-wrt works just as well
Why would you want anything other than a proper Linux as a router OS on a x86 device?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Shadowww View Post
Why would you want anything other than a proper Linux as a router OS on a x86 device?
DD-WRT is proper Linux is it not? Not to mention it has layer 7 support patched in, which the vanilla Linux kernel doesn't.

I'd choose DD-WRT as my router OS over anything else any time of the day. I had my Arch Linux box set up as a router for the longest time, and while it worked great and rather snappily, it didn't have a lot of features that would've liked, including proper layer 7 QoS amongst others.
Edited by gonX - 5/4/11 at 1:43am
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So I'm pretty sure you guys all know about the FCC's Broadband test program. i signed up for that program and received the Custom Netgear WNR3500L-100NAS Router. I really liked it, as it seems to do its job quite well (and faster wireless than our Qwest Modem). today I finally got around to looking and I found that the Custom Samknows firmware had been updated to support IPv6 (which is required to use the HomeGroup feature of win 7, which all but 2 of the 7 pcs in our house use).

I had my 2 systems hooked up in a wireless bridge using a TP-Link TL-WA500G, which is limited to 54MB/s and has no IPv6 or custom firmware support (so i could not use Homegroup) It could stream HD content Ok, but not if the bit-rate got too high (i.e. "300" on TNT was too high and was left stuttering).

After getting the update for the SK Router, i shopped around and picked myself up a stock Netgear WNR3500L-100NAS for $70 at staples. Currently I've got it set up in repeater mode to facilitate my wireless bridge and it seems to be working wonderfully (streamed Toy Story 3 from our DVR just fine and got HomeGroup working across it). Back when I first got the SamKnows Router, I did alot of research so I know that the WNR3500L can have custom/open-source firmware (Such as Tomato, OpenWRT and DD-WRT, hence why it was chosen by the FCC/Samknows for that program).

So I am wondering what kind of benefits I might have in putting an open source firmware on the stock router that i just bought....
Edited by Nemesis158 - 5/31/11 at 8:33pm
post #466 of 533
Noob question; could you advise me as to the best router in terms of QoS management for prioritization of gaming and voip over ANYTHING else that housemates may use.
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Pretty much anything that supports DD-WRT or Tomato. The Asus routers are pretty one of the best, such as the RT-N16
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Hey everyone. Just found out about this club. I have an Asus 520GC with v24-sp2 micro 14929. This firmware is awesome. Just wondering if anyone can help me out with something I've been trying to do.

I'm trying to prioritize bandwidth for certain games, and I've been reading various forums/FAQs/etc. and I still have no idea how to specifically do it. Most have recommended prioritizing through MAC address and through ports, both of which i would prefer not to do. Is there a way I can add a service for SC2? I don't actually know what this entails since I am pretty new to networking and I rely on pre-made guides.

Right now I plan on using it in WAN mode and HSFC. I've done the percentage values for the uplink/downlink, and now I need to add SC2 as a service. How do I go on about doing this without having to specify ports? Or is there no way to do this?
post #469 of 533
on the qos tab you can make a service priority starcraft2
[edit/add service button]

make 2
tcp&udp 1119
udp 6113

and set their priorities to express
Edited by ffejrxx - 6/14/11 at 4:38pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ffejrxx View Post
on the qos tab you can make a service priority starcraft2
[edit/add service button]

make 2
tcp&udp 1119
udp 6113
Ahh, so the only way to make it a service is through specifying ports? Guess I'm a noob

I was under the impression that you could specify applications or some sort.....well, thanks!
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