We've featured tons and tons of methods for boosting your Wi-Fi signal. We've upgraded our routers with DD-WRT to make them extra powerful. There is no dearth of available tips for getting the most out of a router, but what's the best combination? What hardware works best with what strategies? Let us know what you think.If you've experimented with consumer router hardware that can be hacked to perform better than it was designed to perform, we want to know what hardware you used, how you positioned your router, how you upgraded the firmware for better performance, and what other modifications you made to make your router the holy grail of hackable Wi-Fi routers. Share your experiences and expertise in the comments.
What Is The Holy Grail Of Powerful, Hackable Wi-Fi Routers?
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