The consolidated hacking guide for the Linksys WRT54GL

Tuesday, 17 January 2006, 1:10 AM EST

I recently acquired a Linksys WRT54GL wireless broadband router. The nice thing about this piece of networking gear is that it runs Linux. There is an abundance of information on the prior model (WRT54G) of this series on the Internet. In fact, there is so much information that I had over twenty tabs open in Firefox of various web sites to sort through just to get the information that I needed to hack on my new router. So I decided to write this guide to save others from information overload.

At LinuxElectrons.

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