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[howto] install openwrt on tp-link archer a7

I was reading some recent threads and found that DD-WRT was no longer recommended by many people. Is it true that it’s no longer good? I’ve since moved to Merlin, which I like, but I used to use DD WRT on everything and recall it being the most common custom firmware a few years ago. On an old router at my parents’ home, it’s still working perfectly. Instead, what firmware are people using these days? There are 52 comments so far. 88 percent upvoted by sharesavehidereport This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

Vanin juplink rx4-1500 router review: wi-fi 6 is a big

I live in a big house with a lot of people and at least 30-40 computers. We’ve had nothing but problems with our WRT3200ACM operating DDWRT. Devices will be kicked off the network. It will assign 169.254 addresses to devices that it has never seen before. We have cameras, and their networks will randomly lock up (though I’m not sure if that’s more on their end than ours), but we pay for fiber and get gigabit speeds. We still get 10-20mbps on 5ghz near the router even when there are just a couple of people at home and just around 10-11 computers. We’ll get the whole thing derp and die at times as well. I’m not sure if OpenWRT is the better choice for management and options. We pay a lot for fiber, which is fast but only works over ethernet. We purchased the router with the understanding that it would be capable of handling the load. I’m just curious if tomato/owrt is the solution. 24 savehidereport83 percent commentssharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

Advanced tomato qos settings for gaming on nighthawk

I’m searching for some suggestions for a new DD-WRT router. I currently have an old Sam Knows TP Connection WDR3600 (DD-WRT v24-sp2 (04/18/14) std (SVN revision 23919), but the Wifi range isn’t big, and it’s been unexpectedly dropping Wifi and needing a reboot recently. I don’t want to spend too much money, so anything up to £130 is fine. I’d like one that has good DD-WRT support and is mostly stable. I probably don’t use a lot of the DD-WRT functionality, but I’ve been burned before by factory router firmware that doesn’t do a good job of what I want from a router: The following are some of the stuff I’ve been thinking about: Secondhand Netgear are inexpensive, but most of the ones I’m seeing are the “cable modem” versions – am I correct in thinking I need the non-modem version for DD-WRT? I could also purchase a new one for £110. Although the Linksys has a much better spec, I’ve seen some really negative reviews of it. Please make hardware and firmware build recommendations. There are 16 comments. 100 percent upvoted by sharesavehidereport This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

Firmware upgrade – tp link powerline wifi extender av200

Right now, I’m running DD-WRT on a $25 TP-Link Fast Ethernet router. It’s finally beginning to cut out the Wi-Fi (authentication errors), forcing me to restart it, much like all the other cheap routers I’ve had. With taxes due this year, I’d like to finally invest in a fine, dependable gigabit Ethernet router. Dualband isn’t required, but AC would be preferable. However, I need the ability to install DD-WRT on it. I’d like to keep it under $100, and I’m not interested in buying one that’s been used or refurbished. There are 14 comments. 61 percent upvoted by sharesavehidereport This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

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