I read this thread on Linux-based wifi routers, and I'd like to check what my options are.
I'm looking for 1) an affordable wifi router that 2) can be reflashed with Linux to provide load balancing (so VoIP is usable even when I'm downloading a big file) + can act as a wifi bridge between a laptop and a remote wifi router with a weak signal + supports 802.11n.
I have a couple of questions:
I guess the venerable Linksys WRT54 series is on its way out, so at this point, what modern hardware should I get?
Are there other open-source Linux projects besides OpenWRT and DD-WRT that I should know about?