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  Reply # 1216307 16-Jan-2015 20:10
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Mikrotik RouterOS is more capable than DD-WRT in every way.

For granular control of EVERYTHING for $100 you can't beat Mikrotik.



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  Reply # 1216309 16-Jan-2015 20:17
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Well, for $136.85 including gst you mean...  ($119+gst)

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  Reply # 1216373 16-Jan-2015 22:27
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RobBB: Well, for $136.85 including gst you mean...  ($119+gst)


I also made it easy for you by even including a guide :) I'll add how to do queues (a but like QoS but better) as well as port forwarding tomorrow.






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  Reply # 1216374 16-Jan-2015 22:31
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michaelmurfy:
RobBB: Well, for $136.85 including gst you mean...  ($119+gst)


I also made it easy for you by even including a guide :) I'll add how to do queues (a but like QoS but better) as well as port forwarding tomorrow.


Yes, I appreciate it.  I think the extra ram and the faster cpu will make a difference.  

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