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Synology plans to release a router with a nice Synology web interface. I don't know about you, but I am really excited. However, I am not sure if I will actually buy that router since I already own too many routers. :lol:

 

Hopefully, someone will port that firmware to other routers of the same architecture. I also doubt they will release this GUI as a package for their Synology NAS.

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Synology plans to release a router with a nice Synology web interface. I don't know about you, but I am really excited. However, I am not sure if I will actually buy that router since I already own too many routers. :lol:

 

Hopefully, someone will port that firmware to other routers of the same architecture. I also doubt they will release this GUI as a package for their Synology NAS.

Now we need PCI-E cards with atleast 4x Gigabit lan :razz:

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Yah... don't forget about the PIC-E wireless card and also 2 pcs of 9dbi antennae as well

 

 

 

 

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Synology plans to release a router with a nice Synology web interface. I don't know about you, but I am really excited. However, I am not sure if I will actually buy that router since I already own too many routers. :lol:

 

Hopefully, someone will port that firmware to other routers of the same architecture. I also doubt they will release this GUI as a package for their Synology NAS.

Now we need PCI-E cards with atleast 4x Gigabit lan :razz:

 

Those are really expensive.You can just spend that money on their router. Unless you need super performance. Also that router is probably not going to be the x86-64 architecture, so you can't just run that firmware on your pc.

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Yes, router is usually have SoC chipset, to run all those full feature stuff, which is not equivalent with our modern PC architecture.

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