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Topic # 25111 12-Aug-2008 14:46
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Im looking for a adsl modem that has a built in wireless router

 

 

I am looking a the netgear dg834g at the moment.

 

Can anyone recommend a good modem like that one with QOS and easy to configure port forwading?


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  Reply # 156315 12-Aug-2008 16:18
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Dynalink RTA1025W is rock solid and meets all of your requirements.

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  Reply # 156406 12-Aug-2008 21:27

Use a Netgear DG834GT wireless modem/router. Very good setup

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 156448 12-Aug-2008 22:45
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astina6: Use a Netgear DG834GT wireless modem/router. Very good setup

I have  a DG834G

 

I was thinking of DG834N .What do u guys think?


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  Reply # 156739 13-Aug-2008 22:23
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Linksys WAG200G - runs 24/7 with no dropouts, runs cool, cheap, small, looks good !

I had the previous WAG54G - it was junk but the new model is quality



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  Reply # 156766 14-Aug-2008 05:50
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As i have a G router.I would like something better

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  Reply # 156939 14-Aug-2008 15:57
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You want Wireless Draft-N? That has a pretty big price jump from Wireless G. WRT160N is apparently good.

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  Reply # 157133 15-Aug-2008 09:27
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cartman: Linksys WAG200G - runs 24/7 with no dropouts, runs cool, cheap, small, looks good !

I had the previous WAG54G - it was junk but the new model is quality

My WAG200G sucks, drops out nearly every day/at least once every 2 days. Defintely wouldn't recommend it.
I'm thinking about getting an Asus N series if you have the cash

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  Reply # 159089 22-Aug-2008 23:46
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I have both a WAG200G and just got a WAG325N a few weeks ago

both awesome stuff

wh0beme try updating your firmware

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  Reply # 159098 23-Aug-2008 01:16
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wh0beme:
cartman: Linksys WAG200G - runs 24/7 with no dropouts, runs cool, cheap, small, looks good !

I had the previous WAG54G - it was junk but the new model is quality

My WAG200G sucks, drops out nearly every day/at least once every 2 days. Defintely wouldn't recommend it.
I'm thinking about getting an Asus N series if you have the cash

WAG54G(v3) was awful. (AFAIK it's the 200G with a few more features) Kept losing sync. Every. Time. I. Tried. To. Download.
My RTA1025W doesn't. Ever.




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