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Any wireless router that is stable and has bandwidth control?

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Hi,
I am looking for some wireless router that has (WAN) bandwidth control feature. Some experts already point out DD-WRT v23 has fine bandwidth control feature. I try it on Linksys WRT54G v6 and the box seems to be unreliable. Can someone tell me which wireless router has built-in (WAN) bandwidth control? If not, any WRT hardware that I can load DD-WRG on it and it is proven to be reliable? I thought Cisco wireless router should be reliable but it does not seem to have bandwidth control features.
Any way, any help is appreciated.
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Use Netpeeker (www.net-peeker.com) or Bandwidth Controller (www.bandwidthcontroller.com)
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Thank you for your post. They are interesting solutions. However, in my environment, it is not practical to put in another system. I need some wireless router with bandwidth control features. Looks like I have to go for DD-WRT solution. Can someone advise what brand/model WRT wireless routers are proven to be stable? I do care only about reliability/stability and (WAN) bandwidth control, not care any other features, such MIMO, speed, etc.
Thanks.
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Thank you.
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