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  1. Asus RT-AC68U

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega View Post
    Asus RT-AC68U 802.11ac DualBand Wireless AC1900 Gigabit Router

    Factory default setting:
    (b) User name: admin / Password: admin
    (c) 2.4GHz SSID: ASUS / 5GHz SSID: ASUS_5G

    Guide to RT-AC68U buttons:
    (a) WPS button:
    (b) Reset
  2. Asus announced the RT-AC56U router

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega View Post
    RT-AC56U 802.11ac Dual-Band Wireless-AC1200 Gigabit Router

    • 5th generation 802.11ac chipset gives you concurrent dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz at up to super-fast 1167Mbps
    • ASUS AiCloud app included! Sync, share, and stream your files on the go
    • AiRadar optimizes signal strength in any direction with 150% greater coverage
    • USB 3.0 plus USB 2.0 ports for file, 3G/4G, and printer sharing
    • ASUSWRT dashboard UI enables 30-sec easy setup with sleek network monitoring and control
  3. Asus RT-AC56U Router Preview

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega View Post
    ASUS RT-AC56U Router Preview

    This AC does more than cool you down, it speeds you up. We’ve seen many of the 802.11ac
    products ASUS currently has on offer, and soon this new addition will be joining the family.

    This is the RT-AC56U, a mid-upper range networking device that’s loaded with goodies to make
    the most of the latest in Wi-Fi. Just to recap quickly, 802.11ac takes over from 802.11n as the
    fastest and most powered Wi-Fi standard. You can
  4. Asus RT-AC67U 802.11ac DualBand Wireless-AC1900 Router

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega View Post
    Asus RT-AC67U 802.11ac DualBand Wireless-AC1900 Router

    402 802.11ac Gigabit DualBand Wireless-AC1200 Router RT-AC56U
    403 802.11ac DualBand Wireless-AC1750 PCIe Adapter PCE-AC66
    404 802.11ac Gigabit DualBand Wireless-AC1750 Router RT-AC66U
    405 DualBand Wireless-N900
  5. A little Tomato's history here

    Пост тов. Toastman'а — девелопера Tomato, принявшего наследство после ухода Фёдора Кожевникова.
    Quote Originally Posted by Toastman
    A little history here. When Fedor left, it was discussed and decided that I would take over the admin of the tomatousb fork and make periodic releases of "base builds" which could be used individually or by developers to build on. The reason being that Fedor felt that I would continue to keep Tomato base as a "lean and fast" firmware and update where necessary. This would have
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