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Would a WRT54G cut it?

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by Phairestofthemall, Apr 4, 2005.

  1. Hey guys, I've got a unique situation hopefully someone can help me out with, lend me your noggins a moment please.

    OK so I work for a startup fixed wireless ISP, and presently our line of service is as such: our 802.11b AP -> directional antenna mounted on customers' home -> coax -> coax to ethernet bridge -> ethernet cable -> wired/wireless combo Router -> customer PC's via ethernet cable or WiFi adapter. To reduce our overhead we're looking into a single device that could combine the functions of bridge and combo router- is that something that a WRT54G with custom firmware can do? And if so, are these firmwares free or if not, how much $$? Any drawbacks or functionality compromises? TIA!
     

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