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Old March 3, 2008, 09:16 AM
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Hi all,

I would like to get some suggestions on what I should look for in a gigabit router, and hear about any of your experiences with specific brands/models. I want to use it to hook up 3 computers that all have gigabit ethernet, so I can make my LAN faster, though I believe cat-5 only goes up to 100mbps.

Anyways, its been a long time since my CCNA days (pre-wifi), so I was hoping that anyone can bring to my attention anything that I should consider.

I am hoping that there is not too much to catch up on.

Thanks folks!
You're not missing much from CCNA. There is no wifi coverage yet.

What I think you should consider is the price. If you have a current router now, and you're getting a router with a built in gigabit switch...why not just get a gigabit switch? Thats what I've done. It means that the gigabit computers are on their own switch and connect to the router just fine for internet.
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