have a WRT160N v3 which I bought and flashed with dd-wrt (www.dd-wrt.com), works very attractive!
router is fast and smooth, not like other dung piles from netgear / dlink etc. that people usually buy in the shops. -derived features a 300MHz broadcom soc mounted so nothing directly to whine about.
maybe, just maybe could have run the model with external antennas instead, but it is doubtful how much extra it would actually give then-derived structure is flexible and works just fine as it is. you can set the output (by default provides 71mW) up to 250mW. you should probably calm down at 150-200mW if there is high load and detect if it gets hot. have driven at 200mW for quite some time now at the customer and it works without any problems or heat issues though it is in trouble.
somtidigare have written you should avoid at all costs v2 version and if you peek at the serial number begins v3 on CSE41xxxx .. might be a good tip.
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