On Friday 22 January 2010 20:59:45 Michael Kennedy wrote:
> I've used both approaches, with "geography" being the main factor:
That wouldn't matter in my case, as router and modem
would be in much the same place.
> I might add that, a few years ago, I tried Linksys products, including
> the 54G, on a few occasions, in separate sites - with unacceptable
> stability. Tried firmware updates, tech-support, etc, etc. I've not used
> any of their products since...
I must say my Linksys WRT54GL, running dd-wrt, has served me
exceptionally well for several years.
I found it a little difficult to set up, but that was probably my ignorance;
since then it has worked without a single problem.
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