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Vonage I know HyperWRT works very well (I've been using it for a long time with Vonage),



I know HyperWRT works very well (I've been using it for a long time with Vonage), and I'm sure (from reports others have made) that DD-WRT is also excellent.

I have no experience with Sveasoft myself, but from what I understand it is no better than HyperWRT or DD-WRT, some even say worse, but that is just what I have read on other forums. Sveasoft also costs money.

Of course, if you use HyperWRT or DD-WRT, please do send the author a few bucks. ;)

The basic choice between HyperWRT and DD-WRT is:

HyperWRT: Written as an "overlay" or "mod" to the stock firmware (though, of course, it is compiled as a complete package), upgraded with new stock firmware as Linksys releases new versions, designed to be as close as possible to stock firmware while adding features. The screens look very much like the original firmware, with lots more options. Current version: http://www.thibor.co.uk/

Example: screenshots of HyperWRT QoS screen (as part of a tutorial I wrote up on configuring HyperWRT for Vonage:

http://vonage.nmhoy.net/wrt54glqos.html



DD-WRT: Took stock firmware and basically "started fresh", adding huge swaths of features Linksys never intended. Some VERY cool stuff there if you need advanced features.

From the feedback I have seen, DD-WRT is more complex to manage (but, with that many features, well DUH! (grin)) but really, really unlocks your router if you need very advanced features.


Speed reports are a toss up. The router is a 200MHz processor Linux machine, so it's going to top out at about 15MBps on the WAN link no matter what you do. I don't think anyone has any serious benchmarks proving that DD-WRT or HyperWRT Thibor (the current version) are slower or faster relative to the other. Both are fast.

Personally, I went HyperWRT because I have little need of the super-advanced features of DD-WRT, and HyperWRT added what I needed. I also use it because it appears to be simpler to manage, and that is important when I recommend and support something to relative network newbies at forums like this one. But, I don't think you can go wrong either way.



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Numerous Vonage Customer Service and RTP300 Problems...


To make a long story short, I switched to Vonage because my ISP was switching their
The RTP300 is a good Vonage box, but as you have experienced, a barely adequate
I have had the following configurations on my network: 1. BEFSR81 as the main
Have you tried disabling your main routers firewall? My experience with Vonage
When the WRT54G (hardware version 2) router was the main router, I had Firewall
I am using a Linksys WRT54G as my main router, then I have a RTP300 on port 1, a RTP300
Pardon my ignorance, I did check out dd-wrt.org, but what are the benefits of using
Many more available features than the stock Linksys firmware. Much better
I am torn between Sveasoft, DD-wrt and Hyper-wrt. Anybody try all three and

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