[OpenWrt-Devel] gigabit router !

Daniel Petre daniel.petre at gmail.com
Sat Aug 30 10:49:50 EDT 2014

On 30/08/14 08:47, Bastian Bittorf wrote:
> * Daniel Petre <daniel.petre at gmail.com> [30.08.2014 07:42]:
>> is there any OpenWrt compatible gigabit router that can do more than
>> 400 Mbit/s WAN to LAN except linksys wrt1900ac ?
>> I know netgear wndr3700/wndr3800 and tp-link wr1043nd do around
>> 380-400 Mbit/s but is there any other hardware more powerful with
>> OpenWrt support?
> you can just use a cheap x86-board with 2 x Gigabit RJ45, e.g.
> GigaByte GA-J1900N-D3V

Thanks for the hint, i'm just using a setup like this but with another 
mini itx gigabyte board, a bit cheaper, with usb2. Works awesome but i 
was wondering about a wireless router with OpenWrt support more powerful..

> bye, bastian
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