No kidding! I was looking at that one a couple of weeks ago. I still have a little while to go on my router. I need to look into a way to secure my old router on the hypothetical new one so that I could run an open wireless access point with some QoS restrictions on it for my neighbors.<br><br>If you have the time, you should report back here about your experiences in case other people are looking for hackable N routers.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
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