I utilise two ex-Fon routers with upgraded antennae to cover the area. Both routers are based in the western side of the block and have dd-wrt installed. The primary router is a WRT54GL version 1.1. The slave is a "La Fonera". The WRT54GL has two 9dBi omni-directional antennae with dd-wrt set to manage the send and receive ports automatically. The Fonera has a "Fontenna" connected, which is a 9dBi uni-directional antenna, aimed at the eastern side so as to hopefully cover the remainder of the population that isn't caught by the WRT.
The internet connectivity is provided by a pfSense-based router connected to a British Telecom fibre-to-the-cabinet VDSL2 broadband line rated at ~40Mbit/s downstream.
Edited by winkleburyctr, 17 November 2011 - 04:05 AM.