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Submission + - Teach Your Router New Tricks With DD-WRT (infoworld.com) 1

snydeq writes: "InfoWorld's Serdar Yegulalp offers an in-depth look at DD-WRT, open source router firmware that can 'breath new life — and advanced features — into your old wired or wireless router.' Quality-of-service controls, iptables-based firewall, IPv6 support, DNS controls, Kai Daemon for allowing game console network tunneling, and a host of features for using your router as a public-access hotspot are among the many possibilities for hacking your router with DD-WRT."
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Teach Your Router New Tricks With DD-WRT

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  • Welcome to 2009.

    Via the comment system over there, I posted the IPv6 didn't work (in the builds I used, and read about anyway), it hasn't been actively developed as free, open source firmware in about a year for the v24-preSP2, but they will gladly take your money for it.

    Tomato for me, for now. Though I did look at Hyper/OpenWRT for a while.

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