miT Posted February 28, 2010 Share Posted February 28, 2010 I finally broke down and bought myself my very own all-in-one outdoor wireless access point. I decided to pick up the Senao EnGenius EOC-5610 because it obviously supports the ever so powerful DD-WRT firmware. This thing is really tricked out. Not only does it utilize the Atheros AR2313 wireless chipset (yay for aircrack-ng), it also has a built in 8db internal omni-directional antenna and 8mb of storage if you ever wanted to capture some yummy wireless packets. In this post, i walk you through installing DD-WRT Professional on a Senao EnGenius EOC-5610 wireless access point / client bridge. http://timashley.me/node/365 Enjoy! :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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