The last time I looked Eircom's products were vastly overpriced, although I
honestly haven't looked in a while. I'm on my second Netgear now, formerly a
DM602 router and now a DG834G 802.11g router/AP, and I've found them both
fine. Haven't had a chance to use the wireless AP yet though. The DM602 came
from DSL-Warehouse.ie, the DG834G from Amazon.co.uk.
I believe there's a "sticky thread" on the Broadband forum on Boards.ie
about routers, but to be honest it was only marginally helpful to me in
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cork-bounces at linux.ie [mailto:cork-bounces at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> Hooton, Gerard
> Sent: 22 April 2004 15:30
> To: 'cork at linux.ie'
> Subject: [CLUG] ADSL Router/Firewall Advise
>>> Hello all,
> Can anyone advise me on what to bye when it comes to a ADSL
> Should I just go with what Eircom offers or will I do better to
> source it my
> self ?
> If so, what should I bee looking for ?
> Gerard Hooton
> Department of Microelectronic Engineering U.C.C.
> Butler Building,
> Enterprise Centre,
> North Mall,
> Email: g.hooton at ucc.ie>http://www.ue.ucc.ie/staff/gerard_hooton.htm> Tel: +353 21 4904576
> Fax: +353 21 490 4573
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