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Re: Home Routers/Gateways

Steve, you mention "store". I am looking to get a new WRT54GL. Do you have a your own store and is it available form the web?
Thanks, Mark 
-------Original Message-------
Date: 03/05/07 17:07:59
Subject: Re: Home Routers/Gateways
On Mon, Mar 05, 2007 at 04:13:58PM -0600, Tim McDonough wrote:
> I need a replacement for the home DSL router here. Wonder what you all
> might recommend as a solid unit that supports wired and wireless
> connections.
See the dd-wrt list of supported devices:
Right now I'd suggest either a Buffalo WHR-G54S or WHR-HP-G54, or a
Linksys WRT54GL.  (We are trying to keep all three on the shelf at the
store, BTW.)  With any of those, you'll *really* want to flash them
with either dd-wrt or openwrt as soon as you verify that the router
> I need something with port forwarding. There are two Linux machines
> here available to the outside world for SSH, SMTP, and POP services.
If you run openwrt, you can run openvpn on the box and eliminate the
need for port forwarding.  :-)
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