What kind of wireless network do you want to extend? Are you planning to use the WRT54Gv3 as a repeater or a 2nd wireless access point? Bridges have two end points. One is your WRT54Gv3. What's on the other end?
I see no web pages. URL's?
DD-WRT is my favorite. However, it is not delivered hot or even warm.
What type of VoIP function do you need? Do you need to terminate the VoIP connection in the router? If so, the VoIP version of DD-WRT includes Milkfish, which is a mini-Asterisk server.
I had a hell of time getting it to work when I tried it. Performance stunk because Milkfish gobbled all the CPU cycles in the router. Not recommended. ...Or do you just need QoS for SIP (or H.323) in the router to improve voice quality. If so, then standard or the no-kaid version will work just fine.
Yep. That's because the only way to run: nvram show wl0_corerev is AFTER installing one or the other build. Kinda a chicken or egg problem. To add to the confusion, the extremely muddled download pages include a vintage subdirectory for wireless routers that have never had a 4712 processor. What I do is install the standard NEWD build, run: nvram show wl0_corerev and reload the firmware with the vintage VINT build, if necessary.
So, I go to try it on my current router and find that the recommended command dumps the entire NVRAM. Yet another bug. Try: nvram show | grep wl0_corerev instead.