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mo' power November 17, 2008 09:41 PM

Greetings, Wireless routing is completely new to me. I will be setting up another pc at home. It's time to go wireless. Which 802.11-n router would you all recommend? Also, what cards would you recommend?

Your input is appreciated. Thanks.

JD November 18, 2008 08:27 AM

Well buy the matching cards with the router you get. Only way you'll get optimal performance.

From what I've read though, 802.11n still isn't fully ready to take over G. All the current stuff out has little quirks which makes it less than ideal.

SugarJ November 18, 2008 10:14 AM

I've got a D-link DIR-625 router, works great through 2 floors with a DWA-542 adapter, 130 Mbps connection. It's also got 3 other wireless G (2 comps and Xbox) and a hard-wired connection going simultaneously. Only problem is when we run out of bandwidth on Shaw when everyone is trying to do something at once. But that has nothing to do with the router.

joeperson November 18, 2008 04:35 PM

If you aren't moving large files around a lot you can probably get away with a G router. I'd go for one that's compatible with tomato/dd-wrt/open-wrt etc. Otherwise I've found my Dlink-655 to be very stable and capable of 10+MB/s. (hope I have the right units there)

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