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A few years ago, I've switched over from DD-WRT to Tomato and I haven't looked back since. Before I did, I poked around with OpenWRT but found it too confusing or annoying to use (and I'm a CS major and setup and configured Linux servers using SSH).

I'm probably not going back to DD-WRT because of all the controversy but I was wondering how X-Wrt is nowadays? From the screenshots, it looks a lot more featured packed than Tomato and that definitely has its appeal. Then again, simplicity has its advantages to.

Any thoughts?

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closed as not constructive by MDMarra, heavyd, random May 19 '10 at 11:47

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X-WRT is a web interface for OpenWRT. i've been using it for years and it's very capable, but for most of my tweaking i go straight to the SSH interface. – quack quixote May 19 '10 at 12:12
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I've been very happy with Tomato over the last couple years, and honestly, how much more do you need in a router?

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