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Master Geek


Topic # 9514 24-Sep-2006 08:04
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I have the Nokia m1122 which has been great.

So whats the latest and greatest ADSL Modem for Telecom jetstream.

I need, I guess, all in one
- Fast speed modem
- More than 1 port
- Minimum 100 MPS
- UPnP
- Wireless and Ethernet/network card combo ( ??? Apparently you can get both together )
- Works with old and new stuff (like 802.11b cards - My jas jar has this)
- Adsl+2, future ADSL versions
- 24000 mps speed support ( if we every get there !)
- Easy management software
- Easy setup
- All the other stuff that I dont understand....

Please post your recomendations, and advice

I have seen this product "D-Link DSL-G604T Router", however reviews on Amazon not that great and issues with wireless working correctly ??? Can you concur..What other products compete with this Dlink item ???

http://www.dlink.com.au/Products.aspx?Sec=1&Sub1=1&Sub2=2&PID=50

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Master Geek


  Reply # 46790 25-Sep-2006 12:54
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I have found this baby..

http://www.pctronix.co.nz/product_info.php?products_id=6881

3 COM ADSL modem

Product ID - 3CRWDR101A-75

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  Reply # 47145 29-Sep-2006 11:13
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The Cisco 877 ADSL router has all those bells and whistles, its great I have it, it can be a simple or as advanced as you want.
The 877Wis with intergated wireless..  Both are expensive since it's Cisco...

However won't do UPnP, but ugh! why would you want UPnP, it's full of security holes..




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