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Does the T-Mobile linksys router work better then say the normal WRT54GS? Is there a big enough difference to warrent changing my router from the WRT54GS to the T-mobile router? what are the major differences? does anyone know?
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With the right firmware and settings your router should work fine. The TMo already has all the right settings and firmware built in and is supposed to be ready out of the box.
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With the right firmware and settings your router should work fine. The TMo already has all the right settings and firmware built in and is supposed to be ready out of the box.
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I upgraded to the latest firmware for my WRTGS54 router. I read about some thrid party firmware. Should I just stick to the linksys firmware or is there a better one out there for using it with a phone?
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