ASUS RT-N16 the Perfect Linux Router

Posted by daemox on Oct 13, 2010 7:54 AM EDT
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Before we get into it though, the topic of focus, the ASUS RT-N16, is a Gigabit and Wireless-N compatible router that uses a Linux kernel based firmware (essentially, the operating system) by default. The default firmware (or, operating system) on the router can be replaced with a different operating system (OS) such as TomatoUSB.

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