[aprssig] RE: WRT54G
rtg at aapsc.com
Mon Nov 19 20:08:50 EST 2007
According to Buffalo's website, they are currently under injunction from
a patent troll, and can't sell ANY product which supports 802.11a or g
Also, from comments here, and the OpenWRT table of supported hardware,
the current 'best fit' seems to be the Asus WL-500g 'premium' model, which
has serial ports to be hacked, as well as two USB ports. I wish I could
Rick Green N8BJX
On Mon, 19 Nov 2007, Drew Baxter wrote:
> I don't know if you can add a serial port to one, but the Buffalo WHR-G125,
> WHR-G54 and WHR-G54S are same/better hardware as the older Linux compatible
> Linksys units. They are hackable, Buffalo endorses hacking, and even
> released their own version of a unit with DD-WRT on it.
> --Droo, K1XVM
> At 03:21 PM 11/19/2007, Danny Messano wrote:
>> Partially true..
>> The WRT54GL is the (L)inux version and has a lot more RAM and is even more
>> customizable than the WRT54Gv4 was. It will support things like USB and
>> adding either SD or CF cards (I don't remember which). These are still
>> being made and supported.
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