Physically smallest router to run Tomato?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by nonstock, Aug 11, 2008.

  1. nonstock

    nonstock Guest

    Recommendations for the smallest router that will run Tomato? Travel is one use and the other is I want one as a bridge for a small networked printer (<6" tall)--velcro to the back setup. A Linksys GS next to it is huge. A Buffalo whr isn't bad, but is there anything smaller?

    Needs to support 1+ wired, WPA2 (Personal), 802.11g.

    Cheers, ns
  2. FRiC

    FRiC LI Guru Member

    Buffalo is probably smallest since Tomato has limited hardware support...
  3. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    If all you need is print server functionality for the printer, there are many very small wireless printservers on the market that do a great job.
  4. LLigetfa

    LLigetfa LI Guru Member

    I can see no reason why you would need Tomato for such a rudimentary function. There are lots of tiny radios that dd-wrt supports.
  5. szfong

    szfong Network Guru Member

    I've been using a dd-wrt-based F*nera on several net printers in client-bridge setup. They use to be free and very small. I also use velcro on the smooth side mounted on the back of printer. The Meraki will work also. These are Atheros-based routers.
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