There are very many routers out there. I am looking for one that matches the following requirements.
1. It has to be conpatible with DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices
2. N Wireless
3. Gigabit Lan
4. Very good wireless reception, detachable areals, prefarably more than 1 or 2.
I guess that technically I would just want to check out the good CPU and RAM routers on the link above, however, there are many. That's why I'm posting this here to see if someone has already done this research.
The Buffalo WZR-HP-AG300H seems to have 128MB or ram for example (and all of the above on my list), would this be a good contender?
Anybody experience with Trendnet's TEW-673GRU? It's got 64MB ram...
With DD-WRT being a requirement, there is of course the Linksys range, which is very extensive. Their new routers are nice and powerful whilst cheap, but have only internal antennas. Personally, I am happy to hack this one and solder antenna connectors onto it in order to have 10dB antennas connected. If so, should I go with one of them instead? Their specs can be seen here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linksys_routers#WRT610N
Please let me know which direction I should choose? Which tech. specs. are really important? CPU and RAM? or also other stuff?