Michael Lenaghan wrote:
> Yes, that part I know about. At home I only ever connect to the office
> from one machine at a time. Even so, it's very flakey. In fact, right
> now it's unusable.
> Based on feedback I'm looking at replacing the Linksys as a first
> step. Unfortunately, it doesn't really seem like any of the low end
> home routers win much praise. (The WRV200 I'm using now is actually
> supposed to be business class--and much of the time its internal web
> server stops responding!) I can't run a PC at home full time like I
> can at the office, so at the moment I'm looking into two options:
> putting something like DD-WRT onto an old Linksys or getting one of
> the small hardware kits that can run m0n0wall.
All I will recommend is a Linksys WRT54GL with firmware or a m0n0wall.
The rest are just too much trouble. You can get an old PC for next to
nothing, and use that.