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HOWTO: Setup Ubuntu as a wireless router

Monday, March 12, 2007

GOAL: To have a seamless replacement for my Linksys WRT54G with more wireless range and more control.

Achieved? Yes. This HOWTO on the Ubuntu forums (posted by pedalwrench) is a great read for any that may want to set up an old computer as a wireless router. It is very easy to follow, and provides good instructions on what you need to do to get everything working! I just may have an old computer lying around that I could try this on... hmm.... ;)
Check it out @ the Ubuntu forums.

Running a full computer as a wireless router is probably not for everybody, due to the increased power consumption over a normal router. But, for those looking for a noticeable difference, this is the way to go. Also, having a computer (running Linux) as a router provides infinite possibilities to do some nice hacking and get your network, exactly how you want it.
posted by linnerd40, Monday, March 12, 2007


That is a great how to. I find the support over at Ubuntu forums to be great. It has helped me solve the majority of my problems when I switched.

I have to wonder though, is it practical to run a computer all the time as a wireless router. A stand alone wireless router would use considerably less power than a computer.

commented by Anonymous LGR, 1:33 PM  

Since you have a WRT54G you could always flash it to DD-WRT. It's Linux and it has tons of features.


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