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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote godathunder Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 April 2009 at 11:16pm
thanks for all the advice chaps; although I have to admit to not being significantly wiser.
 
shall I just kick it a few times (again), see where it lands and hope for the best?
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Originally posted by Jay_jet Jay_jet wrote:

belkin N1 is the best!!
For about four months, till it dies, if it works out of the box in the first place.
 
Tenda are more reilable, and their the cheapest there is.
It just is.
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Used to be a Netgear fan but had too many of them fail over the last couple of years. Bought a Cisco router about 18 months ago and apart from the odd BT glitch have been connected ever since.
Sound is analogue, get over it!
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Get a linksys WRT54G off the 'bay, peach of a router, only about £40 new in PC world. I woudn't give netgear house room, let alone work room. Netgear switches (the big ones) maybe but their white domestic range is pure junk.
The draytek stuff is OK but offers far more more than almost any home user will ever need or use and by the time you need all the functionality it does offer you will want something branded a bit higher up the food chain than draytek.
 
 
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