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    Default What network router are you using for wireless

    What network router are you using for wireless.

    I am using the Linksus WRT54GS.
    It hooked up to all computers and game systems with out a problem.

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    Im using Japan's very own Buffalo wireless router, and MS wireless adapter for gaming. No hiccups here.
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    I've got a Belkin F5D57230 that's a 2.4GHz 802.11g unit. I've had it about a year, I guess...maybe a little more. You gotta like a lifetime warranty! 3 PC's work from it wirelessly and the desktop close to it is directly connected. Works great....
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    I was have problems connecting to game systems like WII.
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    Linksys,,, vonage comes in thru it,,works great,,also eliminates the vonage modem/router
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    Quote Originally Posted by engtaz View Post
    What network router are you using for wireless.

    I am using the Linksus WRT54GS.
    It hooked up to all computers and game systems with out a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by engtaz View Post
    What network router are you using for wireless.

    I am using the Linksus WRT54GS.
    It hooked up to all computers and game systems with out a problem.

    engtaz
    Ditto

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    NETGEAR FWG114P for VPN access. So far so good.

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    double ditto..it is more reliable than my previous one, SMC Barricade. I haven't had to reset the router for a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by engtaz View Post
    What network router are you using for wireless.

    I am using the Linksus WRT54GS.
    It hooked up to all computers and game systems with out a problem.

    engtaz
    x2 great router. Just got the gaming bridge tonight for slingbox and it was easy as hell to setup.
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    Well I just have to wait for my AirLink to die, but then Linksys will screw up their next line of routers so I can be pissed again at them. On the other hand I will say it works fine as I had my neighbor bought it 2 hub for him, the D-Link hub I couldn't get to work with ethernet printer with a Vista laptop. So I now own the D-Link POS, since he couldn't return it he mailed to rebate UPC on the box in. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by disneyjoe7 View Post
    Airlink 101, I'm on a Linksys boycott due to an software upgrade which then forced me to re-power hub twice a day.
    Had the same experience with a Linksys, but overall Linksys is a good router.

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    Ok, so I'm not alone here, but it did it 2 routers I owned. I say Owned due to them being trashed, $80 a pop so I wasn't happy. I didn't what to try another $80 for one for the same issues, so I was over it. AirLink was recommend by a computer store which sell parts for computers to build or have built. Never happier, owned it for 18 months it works.

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    same as you....

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    Quote Originally Posted by engtaz View Post
    What network router are you using for wireless.

    I am using the Linksus WRT54GS.
    It hooked up to all computers and game systems with out a problem.

    engtaz
    got the linksys WRT54GL.

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    Just stay away from D-Link. They have a lifespan of 2 years at most. I've had a couple die within a year. POS.
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    Had nothing but trouble with a dlink... I use a linksys wrt300n which has been a nightmare until a recent firmware. I also had a tiny linksys not sure of the model but I bricked it doing a simple firmware update!!!

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