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Re: [edlug] Linux Based Linksys Router (WRT54GL)
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- Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 15:09:11 +0100
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On 10/21/07, Robert Mclay <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I've flashed my router with Linux this morning,
> and installed a few addons.
If I might de-lurk briefly to pick a few brains...
I have often wondered about going down this path myself, but never
fully understood how I'd run this box on my ADSL connection. Am I
right in thinking this router requires an ADSL modem in addition? Any
recommendations of something reliable?
Is there perhaps a Linksys offering that contains the necessary modem
_and_ can run Linux as well?
So far I have junked a Belkin that seemed to lock up every few hours,
and am currently using a Netgear box which seems to need to be powered
off and on several times a week. It'd be nice to have something
reliable which also had lots of features.
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