|memeboy ||January 1, 2010 02:21 PM |
I have a WRT54G with the Tomato firmware and can recommend it for 802.11G networks. It works great and the 3rd party firmwares offer alot of options.
If you're looking for a Draft 802.11N product check out the ASUS RT-N16 which is supported by DD-WRT and has a 533 MHz Broadcom 4718 processor and 128 MB ram. The only disadvatage is that it isn't dual band, although the chip supports it.
For dual band take a look at the Linksys WRT400N, or the WRT610N. These are both above $100. The WRT400N is cheaper if you can do without a Gigabit switch. I bought the WRT610N, but it is still being delivered so I can't really say to much about it. I'm going by the smallnetbuilder.com review.