DD-WRT Linux

Modify the firmware of your home router, swapping it for an open source one thanks to DD-WRT, customizing your wireless experience to the maximum extent

7 / 10 (6 Votes)

DD-WRT is an open source firmware based on Linux that can run on a wide range of WLAN routers and embedded systems, that present a graphical user interface based on the web that even the less advanced users will be able to master.

Recover your freedom on the Internet.

Apart from its very user-friendly interface, it also stands out for its ease-of-use, speed and stability, providing the user with a firmware that is as easy to use as possible, without sacrificing any of the system's functions.

Main features of DD-WRT

  • Compatible with over 200 different devices, including those of Linksys, D-LINK, Belkin or Buffalo.
  • Wide range of functions available.
  • Supports all current WLAN standards (802.11a/b/g/n*).
  • Integrates a VPN.
  • Compatible with several Hotspot systems.
  • Bandwidth management.
  • User interface translated to several languages.
Requirements and additional information:
  • Each router model requires a different file available in the download link.
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