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Topic # 13496 13-May-2007 14:05
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I use a US Robotics WIRELESS MAXg ADSL2+ GATEWAY USR9108 WIRELESS ADSL2+ ROUTER 125Mbps 4 ETHERNET PORT 802.11B/G

and im very happy with it. Not that the ADSL2+ matters but the features on the gateway interface are pretty kool.
I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a good ADSL router.

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  Reply # 70575 13-May-2007 14:09
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I have a Netgear DG834G Wireless ADSL2+

By far the best router I've ever owned. My Belkin wireless one continually dropped the connection and wireless. But this hasn't done it once in the three weeks I've had it. Fantastic.

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  Reply # 73093 1-Jun-2007 02:36
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I've had a couple of Thomson/Alcatel Speedtouch Pro routers which have been very reliable but hardly feature rich

I've mucked around with the D-Link 502T supplied by many ISPs which worked fine for me and has a lot of features, but also has a reputation for failing. A colleague has had three of them replaced by Xtra.

I currently have a Dynalink RTA 1320 ($30 on TradeMe) and it's going great.

Personally I don't like all-in-ones, preferring the flexibility of a seperate modem/router, hardware firewall (sonicwall off ebay), wifi AP (linksys wrt54G runniing sveasoft talisman)

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  Reply # 73105 1-Jun-2007 08:22
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I currently have a Dynalink RTA 1320 ($30 on TradeMe) and it's going great.


I too have a rta1320 [$20 on Trademe] excellent router and adsl2+ out the box, good support too 

I wanted my modem seperate to my wifi router so if I change technology ie cable, vdsl2 etc I just replace the modem

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  Reply # 73106 1-Jun-2007 08:26
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I have a Netgear DG834G Wireless ADSL2+

I was having some dropout issues, but were resolved after a firmware upgrade.  Now  - no worries!




Cheers, Stevo

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  Reply # 73400 4-Jun-2007 20:41
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I have a wireless DG834g and I find it the best router ever my friend also has one but he seems to get some drop out issues to. Will suggest to him that he does a firmware upgrade. I dint it brilliant and its also very small and has a good wireless range. I have never had a single problem with it in the 6 months that I have had it.

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  Reply # 73401 4-Jun-2007 20:47
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On my 3rd DLINK DSL G604T (they keep dying). Had a Linksys WAP54GP2V2 it was terrible with overheating, lockups, and flakiness.







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