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Wanted: your spare router: Buffalo, Linksys or Netgear £13.00

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:27 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I am going to build a "dd-wrt" wireless bridge for my XBOX 360. Do you have a spare (working) router (Buffalo, Linksys or Netgear) that matches the model number in this page?

http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices

If so, please let me know how much would you like for it.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:27 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Hi, i have a netgear dg 834g for £13 delivered.
I dont have the disc of it , but you can download the driver from their website.
#2
got a Linksys WRT54g v2. Already been flashed with the dd-wrt firmware :)
looking for £20 delivered.
#3
nono
Hi, i have a netgear dg 834g for £13 delivered.
I dont have the disc of it , but you can download the driver from their website.


Hi,

Thanks for the reply. It is quite a popular router - unfortunately the model can not be used with the "dd-wrt" firmware that I am after.
#4
djaliboy
got a Linksys WRT54g v2. Already been flashed with the dd-wrt firmware :)
looking for £20 delivered.



Cool, it will be handy to have it pre-flashed... What version is the dd-wrt?

The price is a bit over my budget - Because my alternative is 200Mbps home plugs at 43 pounds for a pair...

How do you feel about 15 pounds delivered?
#5
it v23...

£15 is too low...as after postage not left with much...£20 is a fair price and can post it monday morning first thing if payment is received by then :)
#6
Thanks for the info.

Right I will try if I can find any N based tomorrow on ebay.

If no luck in that, I will buy yours on Sunday Evening at 10 pm. £20 is via paypal gift and posting via 1st class?
#7
Just to add if above deal falls through, I have a Fonera flashed with DDWRT, tiny router consumes 5 volts and has excellent signal range - was going to use it with XBOX but never got around to it.
#8
The lower power is certainly a plus - What is the exact model and how much would you like to sell it for?

Also, am I able to turn off the "FON public network SSID"?

Thanks
#9
Inspiring
The lower power is certainly a plus - What is the exact model and how much would you like to sell it for?

Also, am I able to turn off the "FON public network SSID"?

Thanks

Its been flashed with dd-wrt, therefore has no fon firmware left on...so no public ssid...
I also have the same, would do for £13...the model is FON2100, not sure on what version of ddwrt, but im sure you could whack the latest version on there no problem
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tazxxx
Its been flashed with dd-wrt, therefore has no fon firmware left on...so no public ssid...
I also have the same, would do for £13...the model is FON2100, not sure on what version of ddwrt, but im sure you could whack the latest version on there no problem


Great little routers. I got mine flashed with dd-wrt as well. Currently using as a repeater for someones open wifi signal.

Theres a great little hack for it where you cut the plug bit off and you can stick a usb bit on the end and have it powered by the 360 itself.
Have a look at this site on how to make the usb power cable:
http://fonerahacks.com/index.php/Tutorials-and-Guides/USB-Power.html
and heres how to set it up for use with the 360:
http://fonerahacks.com/index.php/Tutorials-and-Guides/Xbox-360-Wireless-Adapter-Using-the-La-Fonera.html
#11
Wow nice info there, deathtrap3000

To play it safely, I might not modify the power cable. But it is interesting to know this. Especially tazxxx's adapter is 5V.
#12
tazxxx
Its been flashed with dd-wrt, therefore has no fon firmware left on...so no public ssid...
I also have the same, would do for £13...the model is FON2100, not sure on what version of ddwrt, but im sure you could whack the latest version on there no problem



Cool, the package will include the router + power brick right?

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Cheers!
#13
zaheer2003
Just to add if above deal falls through, I have a Fonera flashed with DDWRT, tiny router consumes 5 volts and has excellent signal range - was going to use it with XBOX but never got around to it.


Sorry didn't realise that there is two Fonera on offer here - what is your price for the Router + Power delivered?

tazxxx: to be fair I might wait for zaheer2003's response first because he first replied.
#14
Inspiring
The lower power is certainly a plus - What is the exact model and how much would you like to sell it for?

Thanks

FON2100 - I'll have a think about the price but haven't you said you'll buy djaliboy's? Don't want to step on anyone's shoes.

deathtrap3000
Currently using as a repeater for someones open wifi signal.

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That's naughty :roll:
#15
[QUOTE=zaheer2003]FON2100 - I'll have a think about the price but haven't you said you'll buy djaliboy's? Don't want to step on anyone's shoes.

Well I am a bit vague here... I think with djaliboy the deal is that if I didn't find any router better, then I will buy his on Sunday Evening.


Now certainly I prefer a FON2100 since it consumes less power and have a (almost) matching color :thumbsup:

So what is your price delivered? Cheers zaheer2003
#16
zaheer2003

That's naughty :roll:
Its not my fault they left their signal unencrypted and I renamed the repeated signal 'Free Internet'.
#17
yeah im pretty much 3rd on the list, ill just sit back and wait..
and thanks for the info deathtrap, you sly dog
#18
I think I will purchase a FON2100 instead of the Linksys WRT54g kindly offered by djaliboy since the FON2100 needs less power and matches well with my xbox 360.

I will wait till 9 PM for zaheer2003 to put up a price - If no news then I will go ahead with yours, tazxxx
#19
Sorry for posting but what do these do? do they just work like an ethernet wireless adaptor?
#20
Well firstly it will give the device with a Ethernet port the Wireless capability.

Then it can also be used as a signal booster so that your original router can reach further.

And when you use it as the broadband router, I believe that you can set up multiple SSIDs - i.e. multiple wireless networks for home computer and guest computer.
#21
Sorry i'm withdrawing my device.
#22
Cool then - I will take tazxxx's.

tazxxx plz check your PM>
#23
djaliboy - sry for coming back late. I am afraid that I am going to purchase tazxxx's adapter.

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