KWGR614 is powered by the same RTL8651B processor used in the high performance Netgear Rangemax WPNT834 Access Point. Besides the RTL86151B SoC at 200 MHz, KWGR614 also sports the RTL8185L/RTL8225 WiFi chipset supporting WPA2-PSK and a generous 4 MB Flash/16MB of SDRAM enough to run many additional applications.
The NETGEAR Wireless-G open source router (KWGR614) is a customizable open source product. At its heart is a Linux operating system, which can be customized and modified at will by users to arrive at customer software applications or to achieve custom functionality / optimizations.
- Dimensions: 28 x 175 x 118 mm (1.1 x 6.9 x 4.7 in)
- Weight: 0.3 kg (0.7 lbs)
Note: this product has reached its end-of-life. You can find information on NETGEAR's newest open source router, the WGR614L, here. Material on the KWGR614 will still available on MyOpenRouter.com.
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