kassube at gmx.net
Fri Jun 25 18:30:23 UTC 2010
Albert Wagner wrote:
> I have never been wireless before, but am exploring wireless routers.
> So far,
> Cisco-Linksys WRT54GL Wireless-G Broadband Router (Compatible with
> seems OK for me. Does anyone know just what "Compatible with Linux"
> means for this product?
It means that you can install your own Linux based firmware on it, like
openwrt, dd-wrt, etc.
However you may also have a look at other newer devices like the TP-link
TL-WR1043ND which is also Linux compatible, i.e. there is an openwrt
firmware available. But that one can operate with the faster 802.11n
standard (300 MBit/s). It also has a USB port where you can connect an
external harddisk to share files over your LAN.
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