Which 802.11ac router is the best for DD-WRT?

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hdstee
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2013 13:06    Post subject: NETGEAR R6300 Support Reply with quote
BrainSlayer wrote:
as soon as the device hits my table it will get support.
some other new and much better devices which are supported already will soon hit the market.
the following devices are all comming with 128 mb flash, 256 mb ram and a dualcore arm cpu with 800 mhz (runs with up to 1,2 ghz with overclocking, in theory with 1,6 ghz but its not stable)

Asus RT-AC56U (2x2 802.11ac)
Asus RT-AC67U (3x3 802.11ac)
Buffalo 1750DHP (3x3 802.11ac)

for sure all these devices are dualradio with a secondary 802.11n interface for 2.4 ghz only


I'm wondering if the NETGEAR R6300 has support yet...? Or when it is coming? Shocked Shocked
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 02, 2013 1:37    Post subject: Re: NETGEAR R6300 Support Reply with quote
hdstee wrote:
BrainSlayer wrote:
as soon as the device hits my table it will get support.
some other new and much better devices which are supported already will soon hit the market.
the following devices are all comming with 128 mb flash, 256 mb ram and a dualcore arm cpu with 800 mhz (runs with up to 1,2 ghz with overclocking, in theory with 1,6 ghz but its not stable)

Asus RT-AC56U (2x2 802.11ac)
Asus RT-AC67U (3x3 802.11ac)
Buffalo 1750DHP (3x3 802.11ac)

for sure all these devices are dualradio with a secondary 802.11n interface for 2.4 ghz only


I'm wondering if the NETGEAR R6300 has support yet...? Or when it is coming? Shocked Shocked


http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=173656 Shocked Shocked

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2013 22:24    Post subject: WZR-1750DHP Reply with quote
BrainSlayer wrote:
as soon as the device hits my table it will get support.
some other new and much better devices which are supported already will soon hit the market.
the following devices are all comming with 128 mb flash, 256 mb ram and a dualcore arm cpu with 800 mhz (runs with up to 1,2 ghz with overclocking, in theory with 1,6 ghz but its not stable)

Asus RT-AC56U (2x2 802.11ac)
Asus RT-AC67U (3x3 802.11ac)
Buffalo 1750DHP (3x3 802.11ac)

for sure all these devices are dualradio with a secondary 802.11n interface for 2.4 ghz only


Any idea when DD-WRT will be available for WZR-1750DHP
DaveTheNerd
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2013 16:41    Post subject: Reply with quote
BrainSlayer wrote:
as soon as the device hits my table it will get support.
some other new and much better devices which are supported already will soon hit the market.
the following devices are all comming with 128 mb flash, 256 mb ram and a dualcore arm cpu with 800 mhz (runs with up to 1,2 ghz with overclocking, in theory with 1,6 ghz but its not stable)

Asus RT-AC56U (2x2 802.11ac)
Asus RT-AC67U (3x3 802.11ac)
Buffalo 1750DHP (3x3 802.11ac)

for sure all these devices are dualradio with a secondary 802.11n interface for 2.4 ghz only


Any word on getting DD-WRT onto the Buffalo WZR-1750DHP?
kmand
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2013 16:03    Post subject: Any Update? Reply with quote
The last posting was in July. Are there currently any 802.11AC routers that are actually supported?
mito
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 07, 2013 23:28    Post subject: Reply with quote
Yep, check my Netgear R7000 signature Laughing
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