Switch from DD-WRT to OpenWrt in under 30 minutes

OpenWrt, like DD-WRT, is a free (libre) GNU/Linux distribution for routers. Both DD-WRT and OpenWrt have free software licences, and even share some of the same code. The major difference between the two is the approach to building a working system: DD-WRT comes with as many features as possible installed by default. Hardening Router Security on OpenWRT, dd-wrt and other NOS OpenWRT and dd-wrt are Open Source Linux router software that installs on a wide range of hardware. Today we look at steps to secure an OpenWRT router. For most users using OpenWrt default firewall configuration will fail a port scan test. DD-WRT » Other Downloads

DD-WRT vs OpenWRT vs Tomato: The ultimate custom firmware

Router Basics - DD-WRT DD-WRT is a Linux-based firmware project developed to enhance the performance and features of wireless Internet routers. This open-source firmware upgrade is developed for specific router models and used as a replacement for the inconsistent stock firmware. Modifying a router to DD-WRT lifts How to setup ProtonVPN on DD-WRT routers - ProtonVPN Support

DGND3700 OpenWRT and DD-WRT support - NETGEAR …

Of course DD-WRT is more demanding than original firmware, but who is it for? Interested beginner, experienced user or ultra-nerd? Markd1958 says DD-WRT is much better than any original firmware. I don’t mean to question that. But in what sense do you think it is better? I have also looked at OpenWRT/LEDE. And think that is interesting too. Upgrade OpenWRT firmware to DDWRT firmware - YouTube