I've been looking around recently to see if I can replace my old BTHub3 router with something a little more... robust and versatile and preferably doesn't do self updates every 20mins and restarting making people think its conked out again and go and reboot it making it loose the update and start all over again!
Anyway back on point :-)
- Suitable for LAN Streaming (HD Movies etc..) I can't think of a single router would ever not support this but needs to be said.
- Able to handle lots of simultaneous connections. (I've noticed a lot that toerrenting regardless of bandwidth caps throws everything else on the network out, just because of the number of connections it makes)
- Preferably supports OpenWRT (just so that I can have a bit of fun, but not really a requirement. It's something I'm going to be using a lot at work in the not too distant future and it'd be nice to get some prior experience)
- Modem ADSL 2+
- Must not have a built in filter! All of our wall sockets are filtered on the socket, no external or additional filters are required.
Price range: £50 - £120 should be acceptable and give a good enough range to get something decent.
I have been looking at:
But its had so many bad reviews I think I'd swerve it.