Over-the-counter routers are fine and work as they should, but they simply aren’t enough for some of us. Quite a few of the standard routers located around the homes of the world allow for an open source WRT-based firmware to be installed, but that might still not be enough. If that’s the case, you might want to look into the idea of building your router. Today, I’m going to take you through the basics and show just how easily you can get a router and firewall with any feature you could want on more powerful hardware than pre-built routers offer.
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