Powerline Ethernet adapters & UPS?

Richard Esplin richard-lists at esplins.org
Fri Mar 15 09:16:50 MDT 2013


I recently mentioned this as part of a different thread.

But I really like the flexibility of the Asus RT-N16, and Easy Tomato is a great firmware:

http://www.easytomato.org/

Richard

On Friday March 15 2013 00:51:05 Dan Egli <ddavidegli at gmail.com> wrote:
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> *I wouldn't want to do it on a WRT54GL though, simply because that's an
> 802.11g router. Does anyone know of a good 11n or draft-11ac router that
> supports OpenWrt/DDWrt? Considering 11g only supports a theoretical 54Mbps,
> and that the usual transfer rate is about 1/4 of the theoretical max, I'd
> like to stick with something that will allow me to wirelessly push more
> than 12Mbps or so. 11n's speeds of approx 150Mbps still means around 32+
> Mbps real world, and the 11ac standard, while not offically ratified last I
> heard, is even faster. So what I'd likely do is buy two of them, flash
> both, and use one as the actual AP and one as a bridge.*
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