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How could I have forgotten about the Asus RT-N16, you get a much faster CPU in there then many routers. I think it is about 533 Mhz. I don't remember about how much ram thought but I think it is way more then enough (compared to the other routers).

Ok, ill probably go with that then. My only concern is the UI, is it harder or easier to navigate than say, a WRT54G (because I know almost everyone has owned one) Because I dont want to be stuck with a router that I have to look up tutorials on to setup.
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Ok, ill probably go with that then. My only concern is the UI, is it harder or easier to navigate than say, a WRT54G (because I know almost everyone has owned one) Because I dont want to be stuck with a router that I have to look up tutorials on to setup.
I heard the UI was pretty good, but you can replace it with Tomato firmware and it will be better then good.
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I heard the UI was pretty good, but you can replace it with Tomato firmware and it will be better then good.
Ive heard of the DDrt thing or whatever its called. But ive never heard of tomato, is it essentially the same thing just tweaked for performance?
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Ive heard of the DDrt thing or whatever its called. But ive never heard of tomato, is it essentially the same thing just tweaked for performance?
Its a different firmware, its mostly made with user friendliness in mind, almost all the features are the same as DD-WRT, I have used both and would highly recommend Tomato. you have to use the viktek mod if you want to install it on that router. I'm currently running Tomato 1.28 Viktek mod.

The page is in half english and half other language but its not to hard to follow, http://victek.is-a-geek.com/tomato.html
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