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coopastank

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#41445 16-Sep-2009 13:43
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Hey Guys

Just got telstra clear and it rocks.
However, Was told I could use my old telecom wireless modem/router for getting wireless in the house.
How wrong was I
So I need to buy a router and was wondering what is the:
Best
Cheapest
Easist to setup
Router on the market?

I want to hook my xbox 360, wii and laptop wirelessly to it

We have a small place so range is not a problem

Love to hear your thoughts

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benny
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  #256273 16-Sep-2009 20:46
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Can't go wrong with a Linksys. Either of these should work perfectly for your needs. I have the first one, after using the earlier model of the second.

http://www.linksysbycisco.com/ANZ/en/products/WRT54G2

http://www.linksysbycisco.com/ANZ/en/products/WRT54GL

Shoes2468
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  #256279 16-Sep-2009 20:52
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There is a cheep belkin wireless N at harvey norman which would do the trick, If you don't have any wireless N devices then you may be able to get a cheeper wireless g but this is pretty cheep.
http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/flash/catalogues/161476/pdf/p3.pdf

 
 
 
 


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  #256297 16-Sep-2009 22:07
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Bartender's sticky gives you all the info you might need. I would heartily recommend the WRT54GL + DDWRT - absolutely rock solid.



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