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Recommended wireless modem/router

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Recommended wireless modem/router

ATM I've got a Belkin FSD7632-4 which works fine to my wired connections, but the wireless connection signal is very poor (using USB adaptors)
Can anyone recommend a wireless modem router with a good signal strength, the walls in my house are brick and block

I was told the BT Voyager 2110 Wireless has good wireless strength anyone confirm this or recommend a reliable bit of kit to work with PlusNet using web, email, FTP and some P2P?
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The DG834GT isn't a bad bit of kit (I've got the non-wireless version and its stable and performs well).
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Looked at that but seemed to get very poor reviews here
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My non-wireless 834 has been online continually (atleast powered up) since I brought it - about 18 months ago now. The only issue I've got with it is with the SNMP stat's - it doesn't give proper stat's on the ppp interface.
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Posts: 14,469
Registered: 30-07-2007

Recommended wireless modem/router

The GT version has had reliability problems but most are cured by using the latest firmware.

I would however recommend the DG834G which uses different hardware and firmware to the GT version and is based on the verty popular wired version. This has been a very reliable unit and has one of the best signal ranges of the home products.
zpeterk
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Registered: 14-04-2007

Recommended wireless modem/router

If you want to try bbc multicast steer clear of netgear.

It might be worth considering a modem that also has a build in voip adapter in aswell for when it gets useable.
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Thanks for the replies, can anyone recommend a wireless router with VIOP included?Huh