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DD-WRT / Tomato etc compatible router with large memory

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Hi, I was wondering if anyone knew of a router which is compatible of running the above or similar with more then 8mb memory, the reason why I wanted a bigger memory was just to future proof it and ma… Read More
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9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
Hi, I was wondering if anyone knew of a router which is compatible of running the above or similar with more then 8mb memory, the reason why I wanted a bigger memory was just to future proof it and maybe add more packages like snort etc, I've been looking for ages but cant find one with a large enough memory, if worse comes to worse 4meg would be fine but I'm struggling with even that!.
I saw http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/1131067/Buffalo-AirStation-WHR-G54S-Wireless-Router-4-Port-Switch-EN-Fast-EN-802-11b-802-11g/Product.html?P36=79TU72 last week but not sure how much memory it has.

Thanks guys, really appreciate your help :)
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9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Best thing to do is have a look about and find the ones that have the USB pins on the board - solder on a USB port and do yourself a SD-card mod - then you can have around 4GB of extra space :)
#2
Oh, and that router has 4MB flash and 16MB RAM

Its the flash memory thats the part you want to be 8MB or above.

Have a look here for supported devices:

http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices
#3
Thanks DigiGuru :), I've ended up getting the buffalo, 4meg should be fine for the main stuff, I may actually look up the SD card mod (if it supports it) and save it for a rainy day project, if it doesnt then thats fine because it was really cheap (wish I didnt build my epia machine now!, will save that for a RAID server for future use)

Thanks again for the reply

the router has gone even cheaper on ebuyer now!, may be worth posting as a deal again
#4
If I could get a couple of USB network cards to work on an xbox, I'd so debate running Linux on it :)

Load balanced, firewalled and unlimited NAS ;)
#5
lol, Good Luck ;)

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