The Open Source Wireless Router from Netgear

WGR614l - this linux based wireless router is wonderful product from Netgear. It supports many third party open source broadcom based firmwares like DD-WRT, Tomato etc. This is a good one for the newbies since its easy to setup and configure and as well as for the developer since it provides the freedom to choose third party software to port on it.

I love Netgear. I have been

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I love Netgear. I have been using this router for almost 2 years. Wohhoo..

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myopenrouter.com has

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myopenrouter.com has published dd-wrt and tomato firmwares customized for WGR614lv8. Another broadcom based independent firmware MOR has also released. So its a good news for wireless router developers.

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