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I’ve pored over spec sheets for routers for years, and have never found one that lets you do that.

After a lot of research, it turns out that if you get a router that allows you to upgrade the firmware, you can gain a lot of control. First, there are many services that let you set up a wireless hotspot, like at your local cafe or airport.

So you need a router that is, in short, a fairly capable computer in its own right.

This crosses the vast majority of routers off the list, but there remain a huge number of routers that can run Open Wrt, ranging from major enterprise-level systems costing hundreds, even thousands, of dollars, to ones that are barely more expensive than that cheapo router you would buy at Best Buy.

Any router that will run Open Wrt should let you run Gargoyle.

As it turns out, none of my three routers (home network, rental network, and an old router that I’ve got kicking around) are built to allow you to upgrade the firmware.

That said, finding the one for your router can be tough.

The download lists are based on “architecture” meaning the chipset your router uses.

We started offering internet to guests at our vacation rental in 2010.

The problem is that we are on a satellite internet system which limits monthly usage. We switched to a new provider, Hughesnet, who gives us 10GB of anytime bytes and 10GB of “bonus” bytes for use between 2am and 8am.

I’ve recommended it to two other friends with a total of five vacation rentals and they’ve all gotten one.

We have two up and running and I just got the third one delivered yesterday and I’ll set that up today or tomorrow.

Gargoyle’s list of supported routers is disappointingly small. If you go to the downloads section, you’ll find that there are hundreds of “image” files.

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