It’s been over two years since I initially posted about all the <a title="Fun With DD-WRT" href="https://www losartan potassium 50 mg.n0dy.com/2011/01/fun-with-dd-wrt/”>fun I was having with DD-WRT and my Linksys WRT-600N wireless router. I thought it might be time to revisit the DD-WRT site and see if there have been any software updates since my last posting. The good news is that there was a very recent forum announcement (24 February 2013) in the Broadcom SoC based forum (That’s the chip the WRT-600N is based on). The bad news is that announcement says essentially that the build I mentioned two years ago is still the current best choice build.
My assessment of DD-WRT hasn’t changed, either. I’m still really happy with it. I just wish there was a more recent build, or that my WRT-600N was supported by their pay-for version. I’d happily pay the $20 or so if it was supported.
I’m also seeing that Newegg is offering several wireless routers that are supported by later versions of DD-WRT. Might just be worth giving it a try. If I do, more later.