Wireless Router

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Nov 12, 2008

Wireless Router by playallday at 7:41 PM (1,439 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. playallday
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    Any Linksys one.

    Linksys is a great brand for wireless routers.
     
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    Yeah, I second that. Linksys rox.
     
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    What about D-Link?
     
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    some linksys are good, but make sure you get a decent one, not a shit one that runs vxworks
     
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    Few of my buddies use dlinks routers and it works great for them so i would go with them if your looking at their routers.
     
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    Would this work?
     
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    I am unfamiliar with that router from Belkin, but it's not too expensive so you could give it a go.

    Linksys is your best bet. I've had problems in the past with D-Link routers (but not their wireless adapters!), but the wireless brand that REALLY gives me issues is Netgear. Staaay awaaay.

    I am currently using a Linksys N router (WEP) at home, and in my dorm room, I use the Linksys G-router (http://www.linksys.com/servlet/Satellite?c=L_Product_C2&childpagename=US%2FLayout&cid=1149562300349&pagename=Linksys%2FCommon%2FVisitorWrapper)

    It's basic yet functional, doesn't crash (when when BOTH my roomie and I are streaming video at the same time), and you can get it for pretty cheap. Works great with my DS and PC programs that require port forwarding.
     
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    Thanks. So you think I should buy this?
     
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    Linksys FTW [​IMG]
    They're very good wireless router manufacturers
     
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    this is the same one you posted, but cheaper. If you want to get it off of amazon.

    I personally have this one, but any of these would be fine I guess. This one, which is essentially the same as the one you posted, but also with speedbooster, is actually cheaper than the one you posted right now, so I'd buy this one if you decided to choose between the two [​IMG].
     

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