Best new router for tomato?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by David9799, Oct 24, 2010.

  1. David9799

    David9799 LI Guru Member

    Been using a WRT54G but it just died on me should i just buy another one? I would like to get a N router but i still have devices that use B so if i bought N wouldn't it just run in mixed mode so i wouldn't be able to take advantage of N speed?

    I was looking at buying a ASUS RT-N16. (don't really need the USB)

    But i'm thinking i should just buy another WRT54G and a cheap N access point so i can get the best of both worlds.

  2. dkirk

    dkirk Network Guru Member

    I just picked up the RT-N16 last week and so far love it. You might consider the USB-free Asus RT-N12 which might fit your needs.
  3. FattysGoneWild

    FattysGoneWild LI Guru Member

  4. David9799

    David9799 LI Guru Member

    Will the regular version of tomato work on the RT-N12 or N16? Not interested in it for the USB. I like the N16 for the gigabit and am looking for better range.

    Im guessing your using the teddy bear tomato?

    Thanks for the info.
  5. dkirk

    dkirk Network Guru Member

  6. mithunsingh

    mithunsingh Networkin' Nut Member

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