Tag: dd-wrt

Powerline Network Adapter Kit vs. DD-WRT Linksys Wireless Bridge

The Powerline Network Adapter uses the existing home electircal wiring as a wired network cable. A wireless bridge is used to connect two LAN segments via a wireless link. The Powerline network Adapter is sold as a kit and offered by several companies. However, for this test, the Actiontec Powerline Network Adpater Kit (SKU # PWR511K01) is used to compare…

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Linksys T-Mobile WRT54G-TM with DD-WRT makes for a faster internet connection.

I recently purchased a Linksys T-Mobile WRT54G-TM with DD-WRT v.24 pre-installed. I wanted it for the client mode so that a couple of remote devices and computer can access the internet without having to wire the house. Originally, all devices were accessing a wireless access point through their wireless network cards. However, after installing the WRT54G-TM router in client mode,…

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HOW TO: Cheap Wireless for the Xbox 360

The Microsoft Xbox 360 can be a versitile product capable of much more than playing games. I am not a gamer, however, I have an Xbox 360 only to stream Netflix videos. I have used several third party addons to the Microsoft Media Center (various versions) and the Netflix interface is easier to navigate and has eye appeal. Recently,had to…

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