[CentOS] Dual Band Wireless

Wed Feb 26 19:49:28 UTC 2014
Billy Crook <bcrook at riskanalytics.com>

I think I have a WNDR3800 at home, it welcomed openwrt very easily.
netgear's own firmware upgrade page accepts the bin files from
openwrt's site!  I was almost a little angry that I didn't have a
reason to open the thing up.

On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 1:31 PM, John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com> wrote:
> On 2/26/2014 11:21 AM, Joseph Hesse wrote:
>> Because of heavy interference in the 2.5GHz range in my neighbourhood, I
>> want to switch to wireless dual band (5GHZ) and wireless ac.
>> Do you have any suggestions for USB wireless adapters for CentOS 6.5
>> that work with dual band and ac?
>> Also, if you have any suggestions on wireless routers for these bands I
>> would like to hear about them.
> the netgear N600 family of routers work pretty well for 5.6Ghz .... I
> have a WNDR3700 here.
> ... but due note, 5.6ghz has less wall penetration, and shorter range
> than 2.4ghz
> can't help you with usb wireless, all my centos systems are on ethernet,
> and my laptops all have integral wireless.
> --
> john r pierce                                      37N 122W
> somewhere on the middle of the left coast
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