[SATLUG] Router recommendation
threeway at gmail.com
Thu Apr 30 02:00:44 CDT 2015
I have the WZR-600DHP - there's a newer model of it now, and they haven't
done any firmware releases for it for a while, but you can always build
your own ddwrt firmware for it and upload it to the box. It supports that
too. Personally I haven't had the need (oh the horror, I have 2 machines
that I don't muck around with - my router and my cell phone) or inclination
(what? i need to receive phone calls and get on the net!) to do that, but
the option is there. It's served me well since the day I got it, and it
works with the TW 300/20 service, just login to the cable modem (default
password is "password" on 192.168.0.1) and set it into bridge mode and
you're good to go.
On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 12:38 AM, Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Brad Knowles wrote:
>> On Apr 29, 2015, at 9:53 PM, Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I also just received the new 300Mbs from TWC and was faced with the same
>>>> dilemma. I opted for an old dell desktop, dropped in two 1/100/1000
>>>> NICS and
>>>> installed centos and made sure I was using gigabit cards and switches
>>>> throughout the house.
>>> That's a good thought, but it doesn't handle wireless.
>> Speaking only for myself, I like to keep routers and access points
>> And the Ubuiti EdgeRouter has a very good reputation for being able to
>> high speeds and multiple WAN connections. I’d prefer to pair that with
>> decent wireless access point any day, than depending on a device that
>> to do everything.
> That's an interesting idea. I could just use that small dedicated router
> and use my current linksys for the wireless. Do you have any particular
> model in mind? The simplest seems to be the EdgeRouter Lite ERLite-3 512MB
> 3 Ethernet Ports Router for about $100 at Amazon.
> -- Bruce
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