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Topic # 173269 17-May-2015 19:10
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hi guys.

my router has gone kaput and now looking for a replacement one. 

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  Reply # 1306733 17-May-2015 19:10
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  Reply # 1306751 17-May-2015 19:19
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Netcomm NF8AC

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1306754 17-May-2015 19:21
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Got one of the Telecom provided ones you can have if you're in Wellington. Don't think I've ever taken it out of the box.




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  Reply # 1306786 17-May-2015 19:45
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i got a huawei HG659 if you interested. 802.11AC dual band, 5x gigabit, UFB/VDSL ready, possible VOIP(with vodafone only) as well.



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  Reply # 1307054 18-May-2015 11:07
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thanks for the responses. let me give more detail about our house.

We are a relatively big household with 7 people. everyone has their own phone and wifi device. And some days there can be as many as 26 devices connected to the Wifi ( with 1 pc connected by Ethernet).

Would regular routers be enough or should I invest an an industrial one? ( or use an old router as a bridge of sort)

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  Reply # 1307099 18-May-2015 12:03
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Dstarzero: thanks for the responses. let me give more detail about our house.

We are a relatively big household with 7 people. everyone has their own phone and wifi device. And some days there can be as many as 26 devices connected to the Wifi ( with 1 pc connected by Ethernet).

Would regular routers be enough or should I invest an an industrial one? ( or use an old router as a bridge of sort)


I would say it depends, 26 devices browsing Facebook or 26 devices trying to stream/torrent/game?

If the house is (physically big) I would consider a second router.

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  Reply # 1307107 18-May-2015 12:14
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Dstarzero: thanks for the responses. let me give more detail about our house.

We are a relatively big household with 7 people. everyone has their own phone and wifi device. And some days there can be as many as 26 devices connected to the Wifi ( with 1 pc connected by Ethernet).

Would regular routers be enough or should I invest an an industrial one? ( or use an old router as a bridge of sort)


That completely changes the scope of your requirements. That isn't an average home and none of the solutions above apply.

If you want to tell us your budget, I'll suggest a solution - any in reality building a good solution for much under $700ish is going to be a hack if you want something reliable.


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