It uses the same antennas and the Tomato firmware works just as well. Customer Support Portal for Broadcom enterprise customers now available via myBroadcom While it was adequate, and I never lost signal on my property, it would start to fade once I started moving away from my house.
Now that I have been using the router for a while I have decided to make a list of what I have done to make it even better.
TL DR For those of you who just want the facts, here is a list summing up the article: Since I upgraded to the Asus RT-N66 in November of 7566 I have been very happy.
Also, all of the features work out of the box (unlike port forwarding which seems to be broken with any recent DD-WRT build on this router.
I am not going to go into great detail about this, but after playing with the stock firmware, and DD-WRT, I decided that Tomato was where it was at.
More feature filled than the stock firmware, and more stable than DD-WRT.
Aside from overclocking, everything should work as written.
However, I was somewhat disappointed in the range of this router.
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