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Topic # 57508 15-Feb-2010 21:48
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~1.5 years old. Still looks new. I am upgrading my home network to N and gigabit so selling this. This particular model has a built in amplifier which you can use too boost the signal strength around your house. Running tomato firmware since day 1 which is easy to use and very power full.

Works with both ADSL and Cable internet. If you are going to use this with ADSL then I strongly recommend using it with a modem that supports half bridge mode.

This model can run many firmwares of your choice including Tomato, DD-WRT, Gargoyle etc

More info on the router can be found here.

http://www.buffalotech.com/products/wireless/wireless-g-high-power/wireless-g-high-power-router-and-access-point-whr-hp-g54/

More info on the Tomato firmware can be found here.

http://www.polarcloud.com/tomatofaq

Still have the original box and accessories. $75 including nationwide courier.


EDIT - SOLD!




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  Reply # 299437 16-Feb-2010 10:43
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Where in the country are you? Could be keen - cheaper if you don't have to courier? :-)



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  Reply # 299441 16-Feb-2010 10:49
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Hamilton.

$68 without courier.




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