[Noisebridge-discuss] Upgrading your router.
sundquistjames at gmail.com
Sat Mar 16 02:57:07 UTC 2013
Openwrt, which is the original Debian-spinoff, gives you all the geeky
options. DD is based on Openwrt, but is designed by one guy who attempts
to sell it commercially and recommends you support him when installing it
on a router. At this point DDwrt is a drop-in WebUI solution, while
Openwrt pops you into a shell (during installation). Tomato is highly
recommended as it focuses on being totally user friendly, while including
lots of features. All of them are great. There are other firmwares, which
are designed around free software poitics, but I've never been interested
On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 3:38 PM, <akleider at sonic.net> wrote:
> Which is the truely open source one verse not so open? dd or open WRT?
> > There have been several threads related to openwrt and ddwrt in the the
> > last couple weeks alone. Search back through the discuss archives and
> > you'll see them. Compatible routers show up in the hackbin about every
> > week. If you really want one, I'll give you a spare I have.
> > -James
> > On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 5:23 AM, Norman <pryankster at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I just thought I'd pass this along. I haven't tried it as my router is
> >> listed as a "No" as far as the modifications are involved. If nothing
> >> else
> >> you could increase the output power and prioritize which types of
> >> processes
> >> get the most bandwidth.
> >> http://lifehacker.com/178132/**hack-attack-turn-your-60-**
> >> router-into-a-600-router/<
> >> Norman
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