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Discussion in 'macOS' started by techguy40, Mar 25, 2008.
What kind of router you have?
I have a Linksys WRT54G
I used to have a WRT54G; worked great for 3 or 4 years, then just stopped working.
why do you ask?
I also have a Linksys WRT5G.
one more for WRT5G.
D-Link DGL-4100 Broadband Gigabit Gaming Router
I have a D-Link DIR-655. An absolutely awesome router!
I previously had a D-Link DGL-4300 which was also very good, but not quite as good as the DIR-655.
Belkin G, which can be temperamental at times
I have both a Linksys router (though I have no idea exactly what kind it is, and I'm not able to check at the moment) and a 24-port switch on my network. Yes, I've got one of those industrial-strength switches instead of a hub - I put it in there to improve network performance since all but 1 of the ports on that switch are used. Boy, did it ever make a difference.
A breaking SpeedTouch router.
I can't decide whether to get the Airport Express, Time Capsule, or Extreme to plug my HD into.
If only the Express had Time Machine support...
I tried both a LinkSys and a D-link, but had problems with both with them resetting every few minutes.
i have a Netgear FR114P connected to an Alcatel ADSL modem and Netgear wireless box... thats right i have the 3 boxes. its so crappy the wireless connection drops every week and i have to reboot them... im going to buy an all in one ADSL2 modem soon.
Netgear DG834G + Airport Extreme (old round type)
Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU like Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/420.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.0 Mobile/4A102 Safari/419.3)
Netgear DG834G (very reliable)
Airport Express x2
Airport Extreme Gigabit Version
D-Link DI624+ (repeatedly crashes)
A Linksys WRT54G and some D-Link 16 port affair.
Zyxel HTW-660 EE
Previously speedstream from SBC DSL + NetGear MR814
My actual router is a Soekris Net5501 running M0n0wall 1.3b10
I have two access points, a gigabit AEBS (N only mode), and a linksys WRT54GS (B/G).
I use ADSL connection so..
Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 running DD-WRT
Netgear Rangemax Next Wireless-N Router adsl
works well strong signal throughout all 3 floors.
Netgear DG834PN. Never missed a beat.
Gnet BB0060B ADSL Modem/router, NATing 8 static IPs
Linksys 4 port bridge
Original Airport Extreme UFO 802.11g
Original Airport Express 802.11g
Formerly: Linksys WRT54GL
Now: Time Capsule
After I got the time capsule up and running, I tried out dd-wrt on my linksys. It loaded and works fine, but the version I have doesn't support ssh tunneling (so I can get around vpn port blocks on my work laptop), which is what I want to use. Hopefully a new version will come out soon that does so I can use that instead of my MBP. It doesn't really matter that much, but I just like having the ability to use an "appliance" rather than my MBP all the time.