Originally Posted by Zen_
Is your WRT160N a v2 model? The v1 and v3 models are compatible with DD-WRT; I am using one as a repeater right now actually.
Buffalo has a good line and these are using DD-WRT out of the box:
WHR-HP-G300N - 400 MHz / 32MB
WZR-HP-G300NH - 400 MHz / 64MB
WZR-HP-AG300H - 680 MHz / 128MB
I have the v2 which is unfortunately not 3rd party FW compatible.
Originally Posted by newtekie1
If you are going to cough up $40 for the RT-N12, you might as well go for $45 for the Linksys E3000 and get Simultaneous Dual-Band and USB... Yes, you loose the detachable antennas, but in my experience the stock internal antennas on the Linksys have great range already(better than the NT-12 in my experience), probably because there are 6 of the little buggers...
I'll leave my options open. Before I make another purchase I need to wait for the rebate VISA card I used to be refunded, so that should buy me about a week.