On Fri, Jul 4, 2008 at 12:05 PM, Mark Neidorff <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> A while ago I got a Linksys wrt54g router. I was going to put it into place,
> then I noticed that the soft/firm-ware on it is open source linux based.
> After a bried search, I discovered that "openwrt" (also X-Wrt) is a
> replacement on the net for the default linksys software in the router.
> Why would I want to replace the software in the router with openwrt/X-Wrt?
> What shortcomings in the router software are overcome with openwrt/X-Wrt?
> If I have the need to replace the software, is openwrt/X-Wrt the best
> replacement to use?
My favorite replacement is Tomato(1). It adds lot of functionality.
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