Zte h118n openwrt. openWRT / Wireless modem router ADSL+2

Zte h118n openwrt Rating: 8,5/10 1277 reviews

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I have seen it discussed a number of times. First thing is if your cards in your machine do not also support the 300m then it will just negotiate a slower speed anyway. If money is a large issue then the 150m will be good enough. You will likely never even get the 150m because that is only in perfect conditions but it will likely be many times faster that you internet connection. Be aware if your goal is to set a hard limit ie quota I don't think openwrt or dd-wrt have that feature. I suspect the largest issue is that the route must maintain data over a long period of time and it has no place to store it. I have seen people claim you can do it but you would have to build the image yourself since they cannot distribute dsl software.

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If the only difference is the 150m vs 300m it may or may not make a difference. . You would then put pretty much any router behind it. They range from simple single band routers all the way up to the new 802. . .

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