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Topic: Recommend me a wireless router
Posted By: SamV
Subject: Recommend me a wireless router
Date Posted: 28 June 2015 at 5:56pm
I need a new unit for the house since the last draytek may have got soaked lol.

Now if I was after just a wap I would have gone for a Ubiquiti unit but I'm not sure if they do one with them modem and router built in? 

I could just buy another Draytek which I really like but that seems like a waste of money for a single user home. 



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Posted By: shagnasty
Date Posted: 28 June 2015 at 6:35pm
look at the TP-link stuff, I use mainly Draytek (or Cisco if I need that) for £67 inc Vat they do a VDSL compatible unit, the Draytek 2860 series I tend to use are great (with 4G fallback if you want all that) but for home, Zyxel/TP-link take some beating, IMHO....


Posted By: nickyburnell
Date Posted: 28 June 2015 at 8:07pm
TP Link for home, and they WILL honour the three year warranty with an email and reciept.




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Posted By: amlu
Date Posted: 28 June 2015 at 10:49pm
i got some d-link dir615, found in charity shop, installed dd-wrt on it, works nicely.  if you getting adsl modem from your isp set it into "modem mode" or equivalent, let your own router do the routing.


Posted By: shagnasty
Date Posted: 29 June 2015 at 12:38am
The thing about TP link is don't think they use a classic processor setup, so no open-WRT ect, they seem to be FPGA based!


Posted By: ceharden
Date Posted: 29 June 2015 at 1:24am
Originally posted by shagnasty shagnasty wrote:

The thing about TP link is don't think they use a classic processor setup, so no open-WRT ect, they seem to be FPGA based!

I'm running Open-WRT on a TP-Link AP...  It was pretty useless with the stock firmware but works really well with Open-WRT.


Posted By: shagnasty
Date Posted: 29 June 2015 at 2:15am
Ok, I may be wrong, we were benching a TP router recently, no way is that running any kind of embedded Linux, it was virtually wire-speed, either way, not-bad kit on the bang/£ list...


Posted By: James Tengo
Date Posted: 29 June 2015 at 2:49am
We have a bunch of http://www.freemans.com/products/tp-link-150mbps-wireless-n-mini-pocket-router-tl-wr710n/_/A-22B080_?utm_source=GoogleProductList&utm_medium=PLA&utm_campaign=Electricals_Computers_Broadband&utm_content=22B080&ns_campaign=Electricals_Computers_Broadband&ns_mchannel=PLA&ns_source=GoogleProductList&ns_linkname=22B080&ns_fee=0&ordermedia=F0104&name=10PERCENTOFF&orderoffercode=J3SP&entry=3" rel="nofollow - these to go out on jobs with our desks for remote applications, and for a cheap access point they rock.


Posted By: JohanXV
Date Posted: 27 October 2020 at 6:18pm
When I had a problem with choosing a router, friends advised me to try Cisco routers as they were their users. Cisco Routing provides intent-based networking for WAN, LAN, and cloud. Network routers include advanced analytics, application optimization, auto provisioning, and integrated security to provide a complete, proven solution. I found out more about Cisco at https://cciedump.spoto.net/ and checked the terms that some of them offer users. I have been using it for several weeks now and am quite happy with my choice.


Posted By: fatfreddiescat
Date Posted: 27 October 2020 at 7:44pm
Wow and 5 years later I'm still running openwrt, archer C7 looks like a good choice now bang for buck.



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