I am interested in utilizing the advertised feature set of the Asus RT-N16 (Print Server, File Server, WAP etc.), but I have heard negative things about the stock firmware. The word on the street seems to be, great hardware, bad firmware.
So my question is:
Is the stock firmware on the Asus RT-N16 going to be a liability for me as the IT administrator for a small office that despite my warnings, wants to do a fair chunk of their work on wi-fi?
I have already been preaching that critical operations don't belong on wi-fi, but that is another battle. For now I will try to appease and continue to preach. Any advice is much appreciated.
My suspicion is that I should not pass Go, just install DD-WRT, but I want to hear the voice of experience. Thanks in advance.