Great Range and decent user interface.
Buffalo uses the RAlink chipset, which has a lot of documentation for dd-wrt available.
Does not support dd-wrt yet!
This is identical to Buffalo WHR-300N v1 but has a newer chipset. The older WHR-300N supports dd-wrt, so support for dd-wrt will probably be available in next 6-8 months. Great router if you don't really care about dd-wrt.
Overall: $18 shipped is a pretty good deal for this, IMO.
Out the 54g, through the dd-wrt, past the firewall, down the cable modem, over the fiber line, off the i-net peer,... nothing but NET.
Good price, but I had 2 of these in my wireless setup and after a few months one of them just stopped working. So I pulled both of them in favor of Encore 2AN3's and these Encores are rock solid. Just saying those one star reviews are probably warranted on these Buffalo's.
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