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    Efficient commercial routers? Which one?


    I know this isn't specific to Linux, but I know most of you are very proficient when it comes to efficient networking. I'm not talented enough (or rich enough) to build and configure a seperate machine to act as a router. However I need an efficient wifi router since my old netgear WGR614v3 is acting up.

    Can anyone here recommend a good wifi router (11g, naturally)?

    Thanks for your time and knowledge, chaps.

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    One that I have and like is LINKSYS Wireless G 54Mbps Cable/DSL Router Model WRT55AG. Does my home PC good. I work I use Cisco. Linksys is made by Cisco Systems. Just a me thing though. I am pickE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by daemonOS
    One that I have and like is LINKSYS Wireless G 54Mbps Cable/DSL Router Model WRT55AG. Does my home PC good. I work I use Cisco. Linksys is made by Cisco Systems. Just a me thing though. I am pickE!
    I use Linksys too. Never had a problem and have been using since Red Hat 8.0 4 years
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    Edit: At work. Sorry
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    Bought a Netgear the day these were posted. Darnit. Ah what does it matter... Actually I guess it does.

    Thanks for answering though.

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    Well sorry for the late reply then.
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