wireless router

  nhojnhoj35 22:01 17 May 2006
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i`m going round in HUUUUUUUUGE circles trying to select a wireless router. its so ridiculously complicated.

ive been looking at the dlink di-524 which is only £39.99 at pc world but i dont think it is suitable for an adsl connection.

could someone help me please

  ade.h 22:08 17 May 2006

Good guess; it's not.

You need a modem/router, for which there is quite a simple choice. Belkin 7632 (I prefer that to the pricier 33 as it still has a USB printer port), or maybe the Linksys WAG354G (not the GS; the extra speed of proprietary boosted equipment is not really worth it for most folk). I have also used the 3Com equivalent, but the exact model number is so long, I can't remember it off-hand.

  nhojnhoj35 22:12 17 May 2006

hi ade.h, thanks for that. i`ve seen the belkin 7632 and think i`ll take the plunge with that one and stop buggering about.
many thanks for the late night response

  Mikè 22:14 17 May 2006

The Netgear click here is excellent, used by a lot of people.

  ade.h 22:33 17 May 2006

But not as configurable.

  nhojnhoj35 22:34 17 May 2006

oh god! choice again!

whats the difference between the dg834g and the dg834uk (apart from the price)?

  ade.h 22:35 17 May 2006

Stay with your original choice.

  nhojnhoj35 22:36 17 May 2006

lol. theres plenty of scope for dithering. i think you`re probably right!

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