Re: accessible routers

On Sunday 28 January 2007 19:02, Cody Hurst wrote:
> Hi,
>   I'd like to know if anyone has suggestions for accessible routers.
> like dsl routers. When I say accessible I mean that the configuration
> web interface is easily configurable and doesn't keep refreshing and it
> is not too graphical.

if you want a real linux router with ssh, have a look at .
possible hardware, for example, is the linksys wrt54gl (the last "l" ist for 
linux). a supported hardwarelist on
or you flash it with  the freifunk-firmware (based on openwrt). there is a gui 
and ssh. freifunk do not provide wep or wpa, but a lot of other features. 
like meshing. have a look at or (german). 
there are also english, french, spanish... versions of freifunk-firmware.
(the site is sometimes down and slow)
In Berlin we have some hundreds of freifunkrouters in a mesh network. the 
freifunk firmware is realy nice and provides also pppoecd, ssh, dhcp, 
firewall etc.

i hope  this helps,


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