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replacement for voyager 105 ?

brianweir63
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replacement for voyager 105 ?

Hi  I recently purchased 2 new 3g booster boxes , 1 for home and 1 for my partners business. Problem is she has a Voyager 105 modem and unfortunatley there is no spare port on the 105 to connect to. So my question is what is a good replacement for this ?
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Brian  Grin
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Re: replacement for voyager 105 ?

welcome to the forums Brian Smiley
Bit of an open ended question there lol
What features do you want / need it to have?

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brianweir63
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Re: replacement for voyager 105 ?

Well as long as it has more than 1 ethernet connection and is not too pricey as my partner is on a budget.
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Re: replacement for voyager 105 ?

Plenty of options here for non-wireless routers.
I have a billion router which works well so the 5200 might be worth a glance

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brianweir63
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Re: replacement for voyager 105 ?

Ok thanks adiewoo I like the look of the 5200 will show this to my partner tonight.  Smiley
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Re: replacement for voyager 105 ?

Different routers work well on different lines (for example the 2wire's or old-skool Thomson's hold onto long lines well, Netgear's will allow you to tweak SNR for fluctuating lines etc etc).
For general all purpose use I'd go with a Netgear DG range, a billion, or a Speedtouch (all of which can be bought pretty cheaply online).
Of course everyone has an opinion, usually tainted by experience. Wink