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Ultimate Geek
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# 18854 26-Jan-2008 14:56
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Hi,

I got home wireless network system which consist of 1 Netgear wireless router as adsl modem and 3 other Linksys 54g with custom firmware to act as AP to connect its own wired computers in each room.

I'm looking for upgrade this 802.11g network to 802.11n network due to reduced bandwidth which causes very slow file sharing.

I would like to know which router/modem and AP combination would good for upgrade existing network, I wonder whether recent 802.11n routers also can working as AP which wasn't common feature in 802.11g era.

Cheers

Shin

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Master Geek


  # 107647 30-Jan-2008 22:22
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I would also be interested to know what people think is a good 802.11n router/adsl as I am looking at upgrading my US Robotics 802.11g.  I have been looking at the netgear rangmax 802.11n one.  The info I have found looks promising.  I also found out that Netgear is the old BayNetworks as Linksys is CISCO

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