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Open Source Router To Replace WRT54GL?

April 24th, 2010 04:58 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

jeremyz writes “With the inclusion of 802.11n in more and more Wi-Fi devices, the WRT54GL is losing its usefulness, even though it’s still the de-facto standard for open source, Linux-running wireless routers. I’ve been looking around for a 802.11n router to replace the WRT54GL, but haven’t really found anything besides the Netgear’s WNR3500L. At first look, the WNR3500L looked great, but after some further investigation, I found that Netgear hasn’t released all of the source, as they should have to comply with the GPL. Are there any good 802.11n routers to replace my aging WRT54GL?”

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