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DIR-615
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D-Link DIR-615 Wireless N 300 Router $19.99.


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DIR-615 @ TigerDirect


DD-WRT Compatible.


http://dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices#D-Link

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$3.92 shipping (for me anyway)

I did not think all versions of this router are compatible. If not then how do we determine if this is a DD-WRT compatible version of the DIR-615?

All nine versions listed @ the dd-wrt database are compatible. I suppose there could be even more (they've been producing remakes of this model FOREVER it seems), but given the track record, I'd say it's 99% sure it will be dd-wrt compatible.

I should add though. This particularly dd-wrt router is a bit quirky as dd-wrt routers go. It has a lot of trouble w/ client and repeater modes unless you use one specific dd-wrt release, build 14265. Been dealing w/ these problems w/ other customers for a long time, so just beware.

A&B are not but I doubt they're selling rev A or B when H is the current rev...

JM77 said:   I did not think all versions of this router are compatible. If not then how do we determine if this is a DD-WRT compatible version of the DIR-615?

SithMaster said:   A&B are not but I doubt they're selling rev A or B when H is the current rev...

JM77 said:   I did not think all versions of this router are compatible. If not then how do we determine if this is a DD-WRT compatible version of the DIR-615?


I appreciate it. I was thinking some of the TEW-652BRP used the same hardware as the DIR 615 and in some case could even use the D-Link firmware, but the current version of the TEW is not compatible unless I have missed something. So it appears the C1 version of both router used the same hardware.

Thanks again.

Looks good for DD-WRT compatibility.

Thanks! I've been looking for an inexpensive router for home wifi for my laptop and TiVo and that's about it. My current router (DI-624 Airplus Xtreme G) has been briefly losing connection anywhere from once to many times a day since I changed from WEP to WPA2. Seems somewhat better on WPA, but I don't know why the encryption type would make a difference. I think it's too old for any firmware updates.

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