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Topic # 15180 8-Aug-2007 14:25
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I'm looking at investing in a new router to replace the 3 devices I am currently using with 1 device.

Currently have:

Dynalink RTA1320 ADSL2+ Modem/Router
D-Link DI-704UP Router/USB Print Server
Belkin F5D7230-4 Wireless Router running in AP mode

I would like to replace all of this with a single device if possible. I may be pushing my luck here but below is what I would like. Any suggestions would be appreciated:

Must Haves:
ADSL2+ Modem
Wireless G Access Point (WPA encryption as a minimum, WPA2 perferable)
Very Good stability
USB Print Server
A price tag under $200.00

Ideally would have:
Good QOS for VoIP
Custom Firmware capable

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  Reply # 85231 4-Sep-2007 09:04
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Great question, I am in the same boat and will watch this for any replies. I have been looking round for a couple of weeks, most computer shops want to sell me the Dlink G604t, but reading the reviews on this site has put me off. I have just been reading another forum that recommended Cnet, belkin or netgear, here is a link to one product http://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?ItemID=349363

Hope this helps, Here is the link to the other forum that I found interesting http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=49&TopicId=12822

Please let me know what youfind out or end up buying.

Thanks Isky



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