DD-WRT is a Linux alternative perfect for a large variety of WLAN routers and integrated systems. The general importance lies on offering the easiest possible management while at the same time supporting a large number of options within the framework of the particular hardware platform used.
The GUI is logically structured, and it is conducted via a common Web browser, so even non-technicians can set the system in only a few simple steps.
Separate from the clean handling, stability and speed are in the focus of the development work. Compared to the programs preinstalled on many WLAN routers, DD-WRT grants a reliable operation with a clearly bigger functionality that also achieves the demands of professional deployment.
The large user community offers support to DD-WRT developers and the users themselves in many ways. Thanks to this, potential bugs in the system can be discovered very quickly and can thus be repaired without delay. DD-WRT users can detect suggestions and help from others in the user forums, and the Wiki including further data and how-to tutorials is being extended and maintained by the DD-WRT community as well.
- supports more than 200 distinct devices
- comprehensive functionality
- supports all common WLAN standards (802.11a/b/g/n)
- supports outdoor deployment
- supports improved frequencies
- VPN integration
- supports various Hotspot systems
- bandwidth administration
- multilingual user interface
|Date Updated||May 25, 2015, 08:14 GMT|
|Version Date||May 25, 2015, 08:14 GMT|
|Last Week Downloads||1|
|All Time Downloads||36,537|
|OS Support||Linux, Unix|
|DD-WRT 24||May 25, 2015 - Latest Version|
|DD-WRT v24 Final||May 28, 2008|