bexley401 at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 22 15:12:39 MST 2009
> > The Linksys WRT54GL router is advertised as linux compatible.
> > Can someone tell me if it is also suitable for a windows network?
> The 'L' designation means that the firmware is Linux-powered.
Actually, I believe *all* of the WRT54G's are "Linux-powered"
(or, at the very least, easily reflashed with a Linux kernel)
> In fact,
> I have one of these myself and have set them up for
> numerous other
> people. Depending on the firmware you use, they're
> rock-solid and very
> fast. I'm currently using Tomato Firmware on all of my
> 54GLs, but I've
> used DD-WRT in the past.
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