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  Reply # 695006 2-Oct-2012 17:13
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Friend has put many of the cheap TP links thru their house, 2 in several locations to get a seperate network for the kids and they seem to be one of the most stable reliable AP's I have seen recently.




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richms: Friend has put many of the cheap TP links thru their house, 2 in several locations to get a seperate network for the kids and they seem to be one of the most stable reliable AP's I have seen recently.


Love my TP-Link. I have one of their wireless routers. Best router I have ever owned, hands down. Also by far the cheapest!




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Good things happen when you dont stuff up the reference design. I also like that they sell accesspoints, while using another router with stuff disabled works fine, its a prick for someone non technical to set up.




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