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#57105 3-Feb-2010 08:54
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I'll try to make sense :D

On Xnet Fusion, not currently set up for VoIP (no VoIP hardware)
Currently have Dlink DSL router (ick) and Linksys WRT54G Wireless running together.

Should I add something like Linksys SPA2102 to the mix so that I have 3 devices, or go for an all-in-one unit?
Ping times are pretty horrible in-game currently (750ms or more in WoW) and I'm wondering if I have too many devices to go thru to get my 'net :)

Dlink router is assigned DHCP duties and the Linksys just provides WiFi.

Suggestions people..... I gonna get SOMETHING today Money mouth

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  #295660 3-Feb-2010 11:20
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Gerbs: Should I add something like Linksys SPA2102 to the mix so that I have 3 devices, or go for an all-in-one unit?


I would get an all in one unit - much easier to administer.

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  #297256 8-Feb-2010 22:54
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nate:
Gerbs: Should I add something like Linksys SPA2102 to the mix so that I have 3 devices, or go for an all-in-one unit?


I would get an all in one unit - much easier to administer.



Yes I would go for an all in one unit too. At the moment I have 3 devices setup at my house but am intending to change that sometime this year to an all in one. The Linksys WAG310 is a pretty good all in one unit I understand.

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