[Durham] wireless access point/router

Richard Mortimer richm at oldelvet.org.uk
Wed Jan 22 09:46:56 UTC 2014

Hi Andy,

Many thanks for the suggestion. That looks great I'll suggest that they 
get that one. Then I guess I'll be in for a few hours installing cables!



P.S. Strange but I saw someone else saying that bought that same model 
for their parents about a week ago.

On 20/01/2014 15:47, Andrew Glass wrote:
> Check out the tplink wdr-3600 wireless n router and ddwrt and openwrt
> compatible
> Cheers
> Andy
> On 20 Jan 2014 15:15, "Richard Mortimer" <richm at oldelvet.org.uk
> <mailto:richm at oldelvet.org.uk>> wrote:
>     All,
>     Does anyone have any suggestions for a wifi access point that would
>     be suitable for use in a village hall. I'm not expecting it will get
>     a massive amount of use/traffic just the usual Book of Faces and
>     Twits etc.
>     It will be wall mounted high up and wired back to the ADSL modem
>     that lives in a far corner of the building. As an open source geek
>     I'd naturally have a tendancy for something that would potentially
>     support Openwrt (and friends) but that's certainly not a deal
>     breaker. Cost is naturally an issue so no high end NSA-enabled Cisco
>     devices required.
>     Regards
>     Richard
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