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Hi! I'm looking for one of the following:

a) A router / wireless access point that's compatible with CoovaAP (based on OpenWRT) and with detachable R-SMA antenna(s).

b) An ADSL modem compatible with CoovaAP.

Would appreciate any help.
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The WRT54GL would be perfect as it's newer than the others in the WRT54G-series (I think) and already runs on Linux by default, but unfortunately it has RP-TNC connectors and not RP-SMA.
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Thanks, I had been looking for an adapter, but had trouble finding one.
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