Looking at a purchasing a Buffalo wireless router. They are inexpensive and get rave reviews from tech savvy buyers. Only I don’t know/understand what DD-WRT and/or Thibor firmware is? Firmware is software built into an electronic device right? Is it something you can buy or download to the router once you plug it in?
It has been said (on New Egg consumer reviews) that you must "flash" this firmware when using this router. Can someone explain in “English” what this means? I’m just below the level where I understand this stuff. I’m pretty much a USB 2.0 plug and play person.
Edited by PuffGussy36, 17 July 2007 - 12:23 PM.