It's less than £50 in my market. Maybe the reason for your extreme pricing is that it's being replaced by something else and available only in a few rip-off stores?dulcifium wrote:Thanks. £100 is very pricey (10x the 100Mb equivalent) but if it can do wireless bridge I might be able to make it work.
You'll have to do your shopping research yourself. Look at the specifications if it does have a gigabit switch and at the DD_WRT-site if it's compatible.dulcifium wrote:I can get the WNR3500 for almost half that - will that do too?
caoimhinp wrote:Hey, if you can post an anonymized network architecture that might help me help you.
Currently, I've been doing network connection sharing with my NAS but as previously stated that is totally a pain and inefficient. I just got a usb wireless dongle (checked the supported list) and my intention is to use two interfaces. I'm setting this up tomorrow. In order to access the NAS from the Internet I've been doing ssh tunnels but that is a dirty hack. Better to spend the $20 and use a wifi dongle. This will allow me to port forward from my AP and still have the direct wired connection to my PC.
Let me (us) know what services you want accessible from where and what your current LAN looks like and we might be able to make some other suggestions.
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