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What wireless cards do you have in you computers/tablets? B/g/a/n support? I still just get b/g routers... I got mine from walmart. I'm a linksys guy, so I prefer those... Easy interface. So I would recommend one of those for whatever band support you need

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Make sure you specifically get a Dual Band Router & one from cisco is your best choice. Here's your 2 best options in my opinion. If you need to ask why over something else you liked & saw let me know. But thats my professional choices. Both have good support options from experience. 1. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6833704177 2. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6833320062

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I used to use my dual-band 5Ghz netgear-wndr3600 router before i swapped to FiOS (Gave to cousins) Link is for WNDR3700 (newer) [url:2utwpa4e]http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833122326[/url:2utwpa4e] That ran awesome for me back then and still does for my cousins (3 years old since new) Cisco is good as a vendor, but would recommended some networking knowledge to fully function with their gear Netgear has been plug and play for the most part for me

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6833320091 Is pretty much the best open source router on the market today. I recommend you flash it with DD-WRT because their Asus support is great. It sounds complicated but the website will guide you through it in like 10 steps. edit: Also it has two USB ports. This can be used for everything from a security cameras or buy a 2 gig portable HD and turn it into a network cloud. The DD-WRT has almost full support of all major smart tvs and dvd players. So you can stream to your device without having your computer on.

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[quote="Faultless":2gqu3k70]http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833320091 Is pretty much the best open source router on the market today. I recommend you flash it with DD-WRT because their Asus support is great. It sounds complicated but the website will guide you through it in like 10 steps. edit: Also it has two USB ports. This can be used for everything from a security cameras or buy a 2 gig portable HD and turn it into a network cloud. The DD-WRT has almost full support of all major smart tvs and dvd players. So you can stream to your device without having your computer on.[/quote:2gqu3k70] Same router I have. First one I received was a lemon, amazon.com took it back and the 2nd has worked great. I'd recommend it.

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I can part with my dlink dgl4500 for $30 shipped. Works, but the wire is a bit frayed. Maybe that's why I kept getting a d/c. I don't know if you are good at fixing those things. Also, I think my cat put his teeth on one of the antennas. Surface bite only. [url=http://s861.photobucket.com/user/BroHamBone/media/imagejpg1_zpsde02bd30.jpg.html:12k9j72d][img:12k9j72d]http://i861.photobucket.com/albums/ab179/BroHamBone/imagejpg1_zpsde02bd30.jpg[/img:12k9j72d][/url:12k9j72d] [url=http://s861.photobucket.com/user/BroHamBone/media/imagejpg2_zps73d0bf51.jpg.html:12k9j72d][img:12k9j72d]http://i861.photobucket.com/albums/ab179/BroHamBone/imagejpg2_zps73d0bf51.jpg[/img:12k9j72d][/url:12k9j72d] Edit: oops, didn't realize how old the thread was. :mrgreen:

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