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Old November 5, 2008, 01:10 AM
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its also not supporting v5 or newer...
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Old November 5, 2008, 01:18 AM
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Neither one supports my Dlink 802.11n goodness :(
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Old November 5, 2008, 01:23 AM
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i really dont know if d-link have some 3rd party firmwares... i mean i did quickly search and can't find or one clue...
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I haven't tried digging any deeper then the supported hardware sections for tomato/ddwrt/openwrt saying the router model isn't supported. Dlink went with a chipset none of them code for. It's a shame really.
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Old November 5, 2008, 05:14 AM
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dd-wrt runs on a lot of stuff "At the moment DD-WRT supports more than 80 different router models", it's based on chipset compatibility. Supported Devices - DD-WRT Wiki I have it running on a wrt54g v4 (linux based) and also on a wrt310n (pos no jumbo frames on a gigabit switch) the wrt54g v5 is a beast of it's own. Basically they cheaped out trying to lower the cost of manufacturing and really ruined a good thing for us. The v6/7/8 are flashable, but with much more work. I had a v8 working but then it randomly broke 6 months later, exchanged it for the 310n. Have to say I haven't used tomato, but i'm happy with DD-WRT.
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