I'm in the market for a new router/modem because the one I have now is, quite frankly, lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalaLALALALALA.
So please give me some suggestions, the price is no object, but please only tell me about router/modems you've had personal experience with and if there are any problems or what not I'd need to know about it.
Thanks for all and any help and suggestions
Edit: The one I have now is fine for interweb browsing, but it absolutely sucks donkey balls for gaming duties, so make sure the one you suggest is up to the task
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Thread: Help me choose a router
09/06/12, 05:32 AM Location: Melbourne, Ausland | Posts: 1,495 | #1
Help me choose a router
09/06/12, 05:51 AM Location: 'Muricuh | Posts: 1,804 | #2
Netgear N600. Works wonderfully, does 802.11 a/b/g/n up to 300mb/s, has a USB port for printers/storage, and is quite small and light. Expect somewhere from $60-100US, depending on model. Posting from one right now.
Edit: May have a bit of difficulty setting it up to work with LIVE, I did but then again my network is all kinds of screwy so it's probably just a me problem.
Last edited by NotACactus; 09/06/12 at 05:55 AM.
10/06/12, 07:25 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,273 | #3
Not all UK routers are sold in Australia. I would suggest checking the products listed on the websites for LinkSys and Netgear and maybe also Netcomm (I have a NB6).advertisement
Also buying a router isn't going to help you as you need to buy an ADSL2 Modem (that is also a router and perhaps WiFi if you need that).