I liked the Linksys E3000, but its about $90-130. It has a USB port and while I didn't try a HDD in it I was able to turn it into a print server.
Only reason why I don't use it anymore is because I wanted a Apple Time Capsule so I could use Time Machine to back up my MacBook.
Well I used to use a Linksys WAP54G which is just an access point then later upgraded to a Linksys E3000 router and I put DDWRT on it. I was able to do virtual wireless networks on both but I never went into it too much.
Now I use an Apple Time Capsule.
Flashing would remove the feature...
Personally I would do this:
Modem>Switch>New Router for you
>Old Router for him
I know with ddwrt you can create virtual wireless networks, surely you can do this with tomato? If a router has a guest network flashing tomato on it would remove this feature.
You want to access your router's web interface from your phone when not at home? You would need to setup remote administration on the router itself, not a port forward.
From what I can find, it's under Administration. Look for Remote Access under Web Admin. Make sure you use a port other then...
Leave the port forward you have now, you need that.
If you have setup your router with your DynDNS credentials then replace the IP address on your phone app with your DynDNS name.
What router do you have btw?
If 192.168.1.2 is the computer with Usenet then it looks like you have it done correctly.
If you setup a DHCP reservation in your router it will make sure that PC always receives 192.168.1.2, it's like static DHCP; a static IP without having to configure the PC.
If you want to use DynDNS you...
No, DHCP reservations are for your internal IPs only. It just makes sure they always get the same 192.168.x.x address.
You forward it like you would any other port, to the internal IP address that runs the service you want external access to.
Then you didn't setup DynDNS properly. It's a...
That option is in the BIOS, not in Windows.
If you install Windows when AHCI was selected and it gets changed to IDE mode then Windows will fail to boot and vica versa.
It has to do with SATA mode. AHCI is a better mode and yes a reinstall would fix it if that is the problem however changing...