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Enjoy popular community firmwares and rich feature sets with the WGR614L from NETGEAR. The WGR614L open source router is based on a Linux platform and is highly customizable. It features an overclockable 240 MHz processor. A variety of third party firmware packages can be used.

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How to Overclock the NETGEAR WGR614v8/L Wireless Router

by MCHIU on May 17, 2010 2:30 PM

I noticed we didn't have any articles with reference to overclocking this legacy router, so I decided to share this tip (credit goes to the modding/dd-wrt/tomato/openWrt etc. community). First note however: Do this at your... More »

How To Use DD-WRT To Create Multiple SSID's on One Router (For Nintendo DS, Sony PSP, Other Uses)

by Peter Redmer on May 7, 2010 11:52 AM

Several newer versions of DD-WRT, including many builds that we have available on the community , support the ability to set up virtual SSID's. Having multiple SSID's with various encryption methods solves several problems that... More »

Upgrading to DD-WRT on NETGEAR WGR614L or WNR3500L: Demystified

by Brandon C on April 29, 2010 5:21 PM

So... you bought a WGR614L or WGR614v8 router, or perhaps the WNR3500 Version L, U or 2 router. You've also been hearing a lot about this "firmware upgrade" and "DD-WRT" stuff but have no idea... More »

Why Do You Need A Special Serial (USB-TTL) Cable to Debrick Your Router?

by Brandon C on February 8, 2010 1:52 PM

I have been asked a few times if there is a way to convert a basic USB cable to allow it to connect to your WGR614L/WNR3500L. The answer is basically no - allow me to... More »

Using NETGEAR WGR614L (with DD-WRT) As A Wireless Client Bridge

by Brandon C on January 12, 2010 10:00 AM

Updated 01/12/2010 by BrandonC. Introduction A wireless client bridge is needed to connect two LAN segments with a wireless link. The two LAN segments will be in the same subnet. In this article, we will... More »

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What is Wi-Fi Protected Setup? (WPS)

by NETGEAR on March 17, 2008 11:30 AM

WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) was introduced and developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance (http://www.wi-fi.org/) to help standardize and simplify ways of setting up and configuring security on a wireless network. Traditionally, users would have to manually create a wireless network name (SSID), then manually enter a creative, yet predictable security key on both the access point and the client to prevent unwanted access to their wireless network. More »

New Independent WGR614L Firmware Build Now Available!

by Community Headlines on June 24, 2008 5:21 PM

A new independent, custom firmware build for the NETGEAR WGR614L Open Source Router has been published and is available for download! This new firmware is based on Broadcom code but modified to support the WGR614L.... More »

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Configure WDS with Tomato Firmware

by SouvikGhosh on June 16, 2008 8:43 AM

A Wireless Distribution System is a system that enables the wireless interconnection of access points in an IEEE 802.11 network. It allows a wireless network to be expanded using multiple access points without the need... More »

Upgrading to DD-WRT on NETGEAR WGR614L or WNR3500L: Demystified

by Brandon C on April 29, 2010 5:21 PM

So... you bought a WGR614L or WGR614v8 router, or perhaps the WNR3500 Version L, U or 2 router. You've also been hearing a lot about this "firmware upgrade" and "DD-WRT" stuff but have no idea... More »

Configuring Guest SSID using My OpenRouter Independent Firmware Build

by SouvikGhosh on July 21, 2008 9:35 AM

This article will tell you how to configure your guest SSID with the new MyOpenRouter independent firmware for the WGR614L. Let's get started! What is a Guest SSID? A Guest SSID allows users to assign... More »

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