tals wrote:The link mix gives allows you to implement it if you want - reasonably easily as well.
Definitely not ready or willing to modify the code.
tals wrote:Not quite sure why you would see better performance though, that is strange, as I understand it netgears stock is an old version of dd-wrt.
Afer I tested the Gargoyle and removed it, I tested the latest DD-WRT. The DD-WRT had the guest SSID to a great degree, as well as the USB support. However it performed even worse than the Gargoyle. It is based on a not-so-old stock FW. Unfortunately the OpenDNS thing did not work on that either
tals wrote:I've not noticed an issue with the wifi side - how are you seeing the performance issues so I can see if I get it as well (without realising)
Compared to the stock FW... the Gargoyle gave about 1 bar average less signal, about 20% across the board. On the 5ghz band I could get 68% if the computer was next to the router, and on 2.4ghz about 83%. For connect speed, the stock FW is usually between 150-300, where as the gargoyle was around 68-150. (these numbers are not next to the router, they are from a different room). And the DD-WRT was about 36-90 at the same location.