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    Da Dragonball Kid L.J.'s Avatar
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    Wireless Routers?

    What are you using for wireless home networking?

    I've been having some problems with Netgear and I'm wondering how reliable other products are.

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    Suspended markw's Avatar
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    Dec 2001
    Noo Joisey. Youse got a problem wit dat?
    I've been using a Linksys 2.4 gig 802.11b since the end of '03 and haven't had any problems that I can think of. I've had to reset the cable modem a few times when comcast went down, and that generally entails resetting the router as well but, aside from that, I've had nary a problem.

    BTW, I had to replace the wall wart PS on the RCA cable modem last year.

    I DID notice that havyng it in close proximity to mu Belkin APC can cause problems, though

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    Forum Regular Woochifer's Avatar
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    I also use a Netgear wireless router. It had issues with dropped connections and inconsistent throughput speed until I upgraded to the latest firmware version last month. Its current uptime is going on 29 days without a system reset.

    Linksys has a reputation for its reliability, though their routers cost more than comparable models from Netgear and D-Link.
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