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    What seems to be the most stable and best wireless router out there today? Thanks.
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    I was a fun of Dlink before, I like its easy configuration. Now I am working with TPLink its also easy to set up and good connection. I recommend it.

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    Default Re: Best and most stable wireless router?

    Quote Originally Posted by ingeborgdot View Post
    What seems to be the most stable and best wireless router out there today? Thanks.
    I am using TPLINK router for last six months and this router seems to be very stable.

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    There is a difference in brands. Some have a terrible breakdown record.
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    Dlink for me.....

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    It's true that dual-band (5Ghz and 2.4Ghz) wireless routers give you the most options by supporting virtually any wireless client/adapter on the market. However, single-band (2.4Ghz) routers will do just fine if you don't use them in area saturated with Wi-Fi signals. On the other hand, if you still have a Wireless-G (802.11g) router, it's definitely time to upgrade to a Wireless-N router or access point. Wireless-N (Draft N 2.0) routers are now affordable and offer much better coverage as well as throughput speed, capable of streaming HD content. The routers on this page are all Draft N 2.0 routers, some of them are dual-band while the others are single-band. They are among the best we reviewed this year.

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    Billion for me, really steady.

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    The Linksys 3000 N is a good one, I use it for printer server and its fast.
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    Default Re: Best and most stable wireless router?

    How about Linksys E4200...

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