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Replacement firmware for Linksys routers

On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 07:32:48PM -0500, Bill Horne wrote:
> * Wireless client capability; wireless bridge would be nice
> * WPA and WEP capable
> * "Set and forget" stability

I've used OpenWRT for a few years now.  It can do all this and more, and
it's rock solid.  The Xwrt web interface is a nice addition if you want a
slick web GUI:


if stupidity got us into this mess; then why cant it get us out?
                                                   <will rogers>

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