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Looks like the Ubiquitis could be installed by a highly trained monkey with the software they've included.
10 Gbps would be nice, but I'm guessing the cost of this system would be at least a magnitude greater than the AirFibers.
I do especially like the "dirtbags" tag for NS, though. I can't stand them, even though we do get bottom-barrel pricing through them here at SAIC (via secretive back-room dealings).
I use Gandi.net for my personal domains. They seem to be the antithesis of poor registrars such as GoDaddy and NS.
Connection Up Time : 617 day(s), 12:04:53
My last router was a WRT54GL that decided to brick itself after about three months of DD-WRT. I think I should agree with some of the above posts that offloading network services can help these routers, but I'm not sure. I run my own DNS and DHCP, so this router has never had to bear that load.
If these things work anything like the Stealth Tanks in Command and Conquer, then war has officially became scary."