It has 4 wired ports, wireless, ADSL support (connects to internet) and is compatible with Intel Centrino Wireless. It's also supported by AOL and you can download an installer from them that sets it all up for you. It gives excellent signal all throughout my house. click here to buy it. I had an excellent experience with CCL and they have competitive prices.
I bought one for my 1 then 2 Meg connection and it performed fine. However, after upgrading to MaxDSL I found the noise margin reported fluctuated wildly e.g. it would be 9 then 5 seconds later 2 back up to 8 then 5 seconds later down to 3. It's necessary to keep the noise margin above 6 to hold a stable connection on Max and although it only lost sync once this bothered me. When I started to search around I found a lot of others experiencing this problem.
I replaced the Netgear with a Speedtouch 585 and this synced at the same speed but with a much more stable noise margin, currently it's 8 and no fluctuations.
The OP is free to decide but it could be a costly mistake and I thought I should tell of my experience.
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