Does Netgear have a better track record than D-Link? (We use Netgear for
our indoors router.)
I have no idea what is on the outside equipment equipment that Lastmile
installed. Would that have a router, too, or is it just an aerial?
Helge Wehder wrote:
> the d-link issue is definately down to d-link being cheep.
> I have the packet loss in my company using lastmile too and know a few
> people who tried to use a d-link who had to restart the unit at least
> once a week.
>> What happens is that the d-link is not capable of handling hughe files
> or to many connections and simply hangs it self. Happens with a few
> other low end routers too. The connection between me and my neighbor
> is solid as a rock no packet loss what so ever. He could be 2-3km away
> and the signal would still be perfect. I have here 2x18DBi Antennas
> with the Accesspoints screwed into them ;).
>>http://www.wimo.de/cgi-bin/verteiler.pl?url=wifi-directional-outdoor-antennas_e.html>>> Unfortunately I could not get the Asus 600g working with the PPPOE
> from lastmile so I had to make use of the d-link.
>> Catherine Ansbro wrote:
>>>> Can you please confirm that the D-Link router issue is completely
>> separate from Lastmile? We have Lastmile broadband but we use a
>> Netgear router.
>>>> Helge Wehder wrote:
>>> Catherine Ansbro wrote:
>>>> What are other peoples' experiences with Lastmile?
>>>>>> Hi Catherine,
>>>>>> Lastmile gives you a guaranteed packet loss of 3-4%. By the way
>>> d-link routers are crap as well and give you an additional 10%
>>> packet loss after 2 days using them if they still work at all. I had
>>> to build my own wireless connection 500m to my neighbor on a hill.
>>> Just in case someone can see a SSID "Himmelstuer" thats me ;). So
>>> Digiweb as Mark said or O2/Vodafone via 3G. They have cover maps on
>>> their pages.
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