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HangOverDeMayo
May 6, 2005
Hangover so hung, it beats a horse

Nubile Cactus posted:

Also looks like they will be releasing a 750G with wireless built in soon as a sort of more advanced home AP. Should be pretty awesome once it comes out.

Where did you see this?

I'm definitely not a professional but like to try messing with networking gear. I'll probably get a 750G just to start messing around with when I can but I am curious if it's possible to create a consumer-type gateway/router/switch. One with a GigE wan port and 4 GigE ports for the switch but I would also want dual radios for wireless. What would I be looking at to do this with the routerboards?

Also, how does upgrading the OS work?

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HangOverDeMayo
May 6, 2005
Hangover so hung, it beats a horse

I figured it would be easier to just piece it together than create a single board for right now.

And I guess I was questioning more the licensing than the actual process of upgrading.

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