What router

  brybob 10:05 30 May 2011
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Hi Guys,l need to get me a router, l have virgin Broadband connected to my laptop, l bought a cheep belkin router fron pc world and then had trouble getting it to connect, l then in a attempt to get it working came across a write up on the very router l bought. and binned it So guys advice on what to buy that wont overheat after couple of months. Thankyou

  chub_tor 14:11 30 May 2011

I have personally owned one Belkin, two Netgears and a Sitecom. Never had any trouble with any of them. I liked the Belking because it was small, the Netgear because I could stand it vertically and the Sitecom because it was N compatible and I got it on sale. The Netgear Set Up was probably the easiest, the Sitecom had the greates Wireless range.

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  brybob 14:36 30 May 2011

Thahks for that, But what does N computable mean.

  chub_tor 19:13 30 May 2011

click here the N suffix indicates that this is the latest and fastest specification for a wireless connection. Both the router and the computer (or USB wireless adaptor) need to be to this standard to get the fastest available wireless connection.

  Strawballs 14:02 02 Jun 2011

I have a Linksys WRT 54g connected to my Virgin connection that is about 6yrs old and still going strong

  tenshin5426 21:12 04 Jun 2011

for an basic home user you cannot beat netgear routers they are very reliable, have good technical support and above all very very easy to set up!

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