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Thanks,
Jim.
Brian Whigham wrote:

>What Linksys model are you using?
>
>I'm using openWRT for this on my WRT54G.  If you are familiar with Linux 
>and have a little time to figure out how to configure it, I would highly 
>recommend it.
>
&gt;<a  rel="nofollow" href="http://openwrt.org/";>http://openwrt.org/</a>
&gt;
&gt;Brian
&gt;
&gt;  
&gt;



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