For a little over two years, I’ve been using an Apple Airport Express because my Asus RT-N16 needed to be replaced. After I got the replacement, I never opened the box — until today.
Charter Communications sent a contractor this morning to our new place in Temple City to setup our internet connection (which went smoothly, by the way). After they left, I removed the shrink wrap and installed DD-WRT on my Asus router without a hitch.
For now, I look forward to proper bandwidth monitoring at home, especially since we have a 250 GB/month threshold for Charter’s Internet Plus plan.