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  Reply # 698178 8-Oct-2012 22:09
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sonyxperiageek:
nakedmolerat: Get DGND4000?- click to see price

Can you get Telstra Cable in your area?

I have DGND3700, and it works well for ADSL and FIBER



Is there any lag with accessing or playing files from HDD when connected to the DGND4000?


I have DGND3700 (slightly slower)

No lag whatsoever that I am aware of. My TV stream the movies from my NAS using gigabit LAN. Streaming through wireless via netgear wnda3100 usb also did not seem to cause any issue.





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  Reply # 698192 8-Oct-2012 23:17
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Draytek Vigor 2710n - excellent router. Has 4 100Mbit ethernet ports with the VPN termination that you wanted, and a bunch of other features.

The high spec models have 4 gigabit ports.

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  Reply # 699345 10-Oct-2012 21:37
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Thanks for your help everyone. Decided on the DGND3700. Went to JB HI-FI yesterday and saw one at $326 then checked online just now and I can get the same thing for $229 from PB Tech. $100 difference - and this is just from retail stores!

Thanks again everyone!

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  Reply # 699349 10-Oct-2012 21:47
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darreljnz: Thanks for your help everyone. Decided on the DGND3700. Went to JB HI-FI yesterday and saw one at $326 then checked online just now and I can get the same thing for $229 from PB Tech. $100 difference - and this is just from retail stores!

Thanks again everyone!


I would go for DGND4000!





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  Reply # 699352 10-Oct-2012 21:52
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nakedmolerat:
darreljnz: Thanks for your help everyone. Decided on the DGND3700. Went to JB HI-FI yesterday and saw one at $326 then checked online just now and I can get the same thing for $229 from PB Tech. $100 difference - and this is just from retail stores!

Thanks again everyone!


I would go for DGND4000!


Yes, I agree.






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  Reply # 699441 11-Oct-2012 07:07
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Other than the 300M/450M difference what are the differences between the 3700 and 4000? There is a $100 price difference.

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darreljnz: Other than the 300M/450M difference what are the differences between the 3700 and 4000? There is a $100 price difference.


yes, there is a bad batch of DGND3700v1. DGND3700v2 fixed it.

DGND4000 obviously better.





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  Reply # 703872 20-Oct-2012 02:46
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it is only $299 including GST from computerlounge.co.nz





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