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    Arrow New Asus RT-N56U & RT-N76U Routers

    They were already released in FCC, maybe available in a few months.

    http://www.itechnews.net/2010/03/07/...eless-routers/

    ASUS RT-N56U:

    CPU: RALINK 3662F 500MHZ







    ASUS RT-N76U:






    BCM4748 - INTENSI-FI® XLR 2 Ч 2 IEEE 802.11N 2.4 GHZ + 5 GHZ SOC

    http://www.broadcom.com/collateral/pb/4748-PB00-R.pdf
    Last edited by hggomes; 29-10-2010 at 18:28.

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    The design router is rubbish... most people put their networking stuff away anyway

    tbh... isn't the RT-N76 what the RT-N16 should have been? with 5GHz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpte View Post
    The design router is rubbish... most people put their networking stuff away anyway

    tbh... isn't the RT-N76 what the RT-N16 should have been? with 5GHz?
    Asus do those things so you spend all your money in "unfinished" routers Other way you would buy 1 router instead of 2 or 3

    Wise guys
    Last edited by hggomes; 28-10-2010 at 13:55.

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    ASUS RT-N56U

    ASUS RT-N56U Dual-band Gigabit Wireless-N Router



    http://techinstyle.tv/blogs/wireless-made-sexy/
    http://techinstyle.tv/blogs/asus-rt-...and-heres-why/



    http://www.engadget.com/2010/03/04/a...cebit-display/

    Code:
    Model: RT-N56U
    CPU: RT3662F 500MHz RaLink HW_NAT
    Switch: RTL8367M 1Gb Realtek
    Wlan: 802.11 a/b/g/n (SoC) DualBand
    RAM: 128MB DDR 32bit
    Flash: 8 MB
    USB: 2 x 2.0
    http://wl500g.info/showthread.php?p=215929#post215929

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    Is this asus getting fed up with broadcom?
    The ralink cpu seems impressive, it'll probably outperform the RT-N16 by the looks of it.
    apart from the wifi obviously... antennas like that are just horrible! why no build in regular wire antennas

    http://www.ralinktech.com/product.php?s=30 (product brief below)

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    Yes, Ralink CPU should outperform RT-N16 and RT-N76U (it's the same 533MHZ CPU) But im hopping that RT-N76U brings a new kernel version that supports EXT4 FS and other features.

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    Asus RT-N56U

    Can you tell me if this model supports IPv6? Can you run IPv6 to IPv4 tunneling on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snydergcelt View Post
    Can you tell me if this model supports IPv6? Can you run IPv6 to IPv4 tunneling on it?
    Yes it supports IPv6 and yes it supports IPv6 to IPv4 tunneling for sure.
    It's almost supported to Third Party FW so it will support almost everything :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by snydergcelt View Post
    Can you tell me if this model supports IPv6? Can you run IPv6 to IPv4 tunneling on it?
    ipv6 is software related, ususally, most routers handle ip packets on software level rather than physical level. So even if asus doesn't include it, still you'd have a chance with the hard working developers who add some extra patches

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