Bumping this thread.
The DIR-655 is a very popular router due to the high transfer speeds. I upgraded to the 655 from the WRT54G and the only thing I still miss is the DD-WRT firmware. Someone, please figure this out.
That may be true, but I remember when the only chipset supported was broadcom (okay, so that wasn't all that long ago.. but still...). Just because it isn't currently supported doesn't mean it won't be. :crosses fingers: _________________ I'm not a pirate. I'm a preemptive salvage specialist.
I would also love to see this router supported! I want to be able to monitor my bandwidth now that Comcast has enacted bandwith caps. DD-WRT is the only way I know that I can do this easily. I already had my internet turned off once in July for using 774GB in less than 30 days.
-Oh, and the DIR-655 uses an Atheros chipset, not a Ubicom chipset.
The new d-links dir-655 & Co. won't be supported, becose they use Ubicron architecture - AND this is not open sorce, thre are no tools/library fore this crap! the root of mipsel - MIPS are used by broudcom are 30 years so the library is good. D-link make some broudcom/atheros based routers as premium routers _________________ wrt54gs v1.0 BS build 14289 mini
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