[isf-wifidog] Re: WRT54G v5? What are people moving to?
pdinnen at gmail.com
Mar 1 Nov 12:22:08 EST 2005
It does seems like the Linksys WRT54GL (L for Linux) is a confirmed
product, obviously until we get out hands on them we can't be sure but
it looks hopeful. Here's an email from the Wireless Toronto list
I just got off the phone with Linksys. Apparently the WRT54GL will be
available through regular distribution channels starting at the end of
November. According to Linksys, their pricing will be identical to the
current model [WRT54G], so if a retailer is trying to charge more you
might want to think about a different retailer.
Good news for the future of the community projects that have sprouted up
around these units!
> I was reading on the OpenWRT forums, and it seems that Linksys has
> closed the WRT54G. Since this has happened, this means that it's going
> to be a lot harder to set up new sites, since the WRT54G was so common.
> I'm wondering if anyone has had problems getting older versions so far,
> and what people are moving to with regards to the client? I've heard of
> the WGT634U and the ASUS devices, but I'm curious as to others
> experience with this.
> BTW, the post is here: http://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=2903
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