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Well the buffalo is amazing gotta love it but handed it over to my pops along with my sb6120
he needed something and said ok ill let ya have it just dont mess with anything only let me do it please (he runs macs and is still having trouble with macs)
so now at my new place im still awaiting for new internet service to come online with suddenlink
im running a sb6121
and a Netgear WNDR3700V4
Although i was looking for v1 and v2 instead but i decided hell i think i can wait for ddwrt to come out on v4 smile.gif

Anybody have any thoughts on this weather its worth the wait for v4 ddwrt firmware to hit this router or should i just go ahead and get something that i know will support it such that of buffalo

im not worried from attacks or anything really where im residing because im currently on my neighbors (permission of course) and its slow to slow for me wireless from a hundred feet away through a wall with the router placed outside (interesting)
but again im not worried because the neighbors nor anybody near me have any kind of experience of security

As of right now though i have yet to connect to it and delve into the workings of the netgear interface and weather ill like it or not
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Seems as if the club popularity died off a bit. Guess I'll submit my new setup anyways and hopefully spark some interest.

TP-LINK TL-WDR3600

Atheros AR9344@560MHz
128MB RAM
8MB Flash
Dual Band N
Gigabit LAN/WAN

Firmware: Build 20675 DD-WRT v24-sp2 (02/11/13) std

Flashed this last night and it's just plain awesome what you can do with it. Only issue I had was that Wireless N would not work. Found out with WPA2, wireless N won't work if you use TKIP encryption. Moved to WPA AES and it fixed the problem.
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Here's my server/DD-WRT router. My native OS is Windows Server 2003; DD-WRT runs in a Virtual Machine. I am running an older build of DD-WRT from 2010 because the newer non professional builds only support 4096 simultaneous connections unless you buy dd-wrt pro and activate. This build of dd-wrt x86 standard supports 65535 connections. The only things missing are optware, USB support, and WiFi. But I have no need for any of those, since Windows Server 2003 has USB support, with the ability to run Windows programs there is no need for optware, and my mini-pcie wireless N adapter supports access-point mode in Windows. Power consumption measured using a kill-a-watt is 16 watts under normal use; for comparison my old Asus WL-500W router with DD-WRT used 13 watts if I plugged in a USB stick for storage/optware. I tried several other router OS'es like pfsense, m0n0wall, and zeroshell, but preferred DD-WRT x86.

Specs:
Intel i5 3470S
Intel DQ77KB ITX motherboard
8GB DD1333 RAM
1TB Western Digial Scorpio Blue
Mini PCIe Wireless N adapter
Windows Server 2003 x64
DD-WRT x86 in a Virtual Machine

The server/router's functions are:
Router
Wireless Accesspoint
File and Print server
Plex Media Server
uTorrent
pyLoad
Simple DNS plus




post #504 of 533
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Originally Posted by particleman View Post

Here's my server/DD-WRT router. My native OS is Windows Server 2003; DD-WRT runs in a Virtual Machine. I am running an older build of DD-WRT from 2010 because the newer non professional builds only support 4096 simultaneous connections unless you buy dd-wrt pro and activate. This build of dd-wrt x86 standard supports 65535 connections. The only things missing are optware, USB support, and WiFi. But I have no need for any of those, since Windows Server 2003 has USB support, with the ability to run Windows programs there is no need for optware, and my mini-pcie wireless N adapter supports access-point mode in Windows. Power consumption measured using a kill-a-watt is 16 watts under normal use; for comparison my old Asus WL-500W router with DD-WRT used 13 watts if I plugged in a USB stick for storage/optware. I tried several other router OS'es like pfsense, m0n0wall, and zeroshell, but preferred DD-WRT x86.

Specs:
Intel i5 3470S
Intel DQ77KB ITX motherboard
8GB DD1333 RAM
1TB Western Digial Scorpio Blue
Mini PCIe Wireless N adapter
Windows Server 2003 x64
DD-WRT x86 in a Virtual Machine

The server/router's functions are:
Router
Wireless Accesspoint
File and Print server
Plex Media Server
uTorrent
pyLoad
Simple DNS plus
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Wow, very impressive! And I thought my 560MHz Atheros chip was fast tongue.gif
I have used that board a few times at work for AIO and SFF builds. I like it other than needing to use that huge power brick. I see you are running server 2003, did you use AHCI or leave the SATA mode on IDE/legacy? I have a similar small form factor Server running 2003 but I have a Mini ITX Atom embedded board. As you can imagine it sips power but can also be sluggish at times. I have a sandy bridge celeron lying around that I would like to upgrade to using the DH61DL board. Wondering if it would be worth it.
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I am running it in AHCI mode, I had to use nlite and make a new Server 2003 CD because I didn't have a USB floppy. I used an Atom in my first attempt at a home server/router, I agree it was sluggish. It was too slow for transcoding, and the virtualized routing although it was good enough for my cable connection, did strain my single core Atom. This build with the Ivy Bridge actually uses less power than my Atom did when idling/routing/downloading (my Atom used 26 watts under normal use). I definitely recommend using a sandy bridge over the atom, if you've got a spare lying around. My power brick isn't that big, I am just using a 90 watt brick, even a 65 watt brick is enough because the power consumption maxes out at @50 watts from the wall running Prime95 & Furmark.
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Wow, very impressive! And I thought my 560MHz Atheros chip was fast tongue.gif
I have used that board a few times at work for AIO and SFF builds. I like it other than needing to use that huge power brick. I see you are running server 2003, did you use AHCI or leave the SATA mode on IDE/legacy? I have a similar small form factor Server running 2003 but I have a Mini ITX Atom embedded board. As you can imagine it sips power but can also be sluggish at times. I have a sandy bridge celeron lying around that I would like to upgrade to using the DH61DL board. Wondering if it would be worth it.
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I am running it in AHCI mode, I had to use nlite and make a new Server 2003 CD because I didn't have a USB floppy. I used an Atom in my first attempt at a home server/router, I agree it was sluggish. It was too slow for transcoding, and the virtualized routing although it was good enough for my cable connection, did strain my single core Atom. This build with the Ivy Bridge actually uses less power than my Atom did when idling/routing/downloading (my Atom used 26 watts under normal use). I definitely recommend using a sandy bridge over the atom, if you've got a spare lying around. My power brick isn't that big, I am just using a 90 watt brick, even a 65 watt brick is enough because the power consumption maxes out at @50 watts from the wall running Prime95 & Furmark.

Good stuff, I love server 03 but I hate that I have to run in IDE/Legacy mode. I am thinking of a low cost upgrade being that I already have a dual core Sandy Bridge Celeron. I will have to throw on my kill-a-watt meter tonight to see what she pulls.
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I am using a Linksys E1000 at home and just put DD-WRT. Not sure why I did not do this sooner. SOOO awesome. Thanks goes to Jayjr1105 for pushing me to get this done. biggrin.gif

Firmware: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (04/09/11) mini
Linksys E1000 v1
Broadcom BCM4716A@300
4MB Flash

Thinking I flashed the wrong firmware. Will have to redo it here at some point.
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I am running it in AHCI mode, I had to use nlite and make a new Server 2003 CD because I didn't have a USB floppy. I used an Atom in my first attempt at a home server/router, I agree it was sluggish. It was too slow for transcoding, and the virtualized routing although it was good enough for my cable connection, did strain my single core Atom. This build with the Ivy Bridge actually uses less power than my Atom did when idling/routing/downloading (my Atom used 26 watts under normal use). I definitely recommend using a sandy bridge over the atom, if you've got a spare lying around. My power brick isn't that big, I am just using a 90 watt brick, even a 65 watt brick is enough because the power consumption maxes out at @50 watts from the wall running Prime95 & Furmark.

My Kill-A-Watt shows about 45w being used at idle. That's with two 7200rpm drives and a PCI Gigabit NIC plus I'm certain my power supply is nowhere near 80+ efficiency. A little disappointing but to be expected for junk psu and old gen Atom.
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I've got a WRT54GL v1.1 with the v24-sp2 12548 mini build.

I love it so far with one exception: it doesn't have sendmail or any other SMTP support. Is there any way to add it or do I have to flash a newer build?
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