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post #91 of 533
heres my set up

Main Router
Buffalo WHR-G125
Firmware: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (05/21/09) std

Repeater Bridge
Buffalo WHR-G125
Firmware: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (05/21/09) mini

Repeater Bridge

Netgear WNR834B v2
Firmware: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (05/21/09) mini
Edited by sky - 8/16/09 at 7:50pm
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I'm using WPA2 AES with a hidden SSID. Call me paranoid, but I don't mess around when it comes to wireless security.
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Add MAC check and single allowed connection and you have my setup.
I dunno why but this cracked me the frick up
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I dunno why but this cracked me the frick up
I'm not paranoid, They really are trying to get me!
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Ahh the joy of pre-releases Currently running b12533 - probably going to update very soon.
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I'm not paranoid, They really are trying to get me!
Do you have your tin-foil-anti-mind-control helmet on?
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Do you have your tin-foil-anti-mind-control helmet on?
They snuck in and took it! Devious bstards.
post #97 of 533
i LOVE the firmware... i have a wad of MKV files and store them on a network server. Streaming them over wireless stutters like crazy to my ps3 even using playstation media server. so i thought maybe i could connect them wired.. the main obstacle was the loss of internet to my ps3 and my fileserver because i COULD do that but the router that is connected to my modem is downstairs and my extra router to connect my server to my ps3 will just act as a switch, then i came accross the dd-wrt firmware. i bought a wrt54gl as recommended by the dd-wrt wiki for 50 bucks, upgraded the firmware and set it up as a client bridge (i could have set it up as a wireless repeater bridge but had no use for wireless because my primary router already has wireless) then connected my server and ps3 to the client bridge and it works flawlessly! i deffinately recommend this type of setup to anyone who likes to stream videos to their ps3! no stuttering even on HD video content
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post #98 of 533
2True, I have 4 systems 24/7 on my wireless bridge and max out verizon fios. 20dn/5up With no issues to speak of.LOL upload is a little slow today but here's with 4 systems using the connection from across the street.

post #99 of 533
whats the difference between all these versions? Which is best should i flash WRT54GL to? haven't setup yet. just been doing alot of reading for info.
post #100 of 533
iirc v1.1 or 1 is best, most mem and original chipset, oh wait i think 1.1 had the best chipset.

There is a chart on dd-wrt forum maybe it should be linked in op.
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