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February 9, 2009, 1:17 am
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sustain lots of connections and often requires a reboot. I was thinking of
buying this D-Link model (DSL2540), as it seems quite good judging from its
manual and brochure:
Alternatively I could go for D-LINK DSL-584T, but I don't see it on D-Link
website, so it might be an older model :
or ASUS WL-AM604, which doesn't look that good :
What do you think of that? Will it be worth the upgrade? I would like a
more powerful processor and more memory from my current router. Normally I
would go for a Linksys, but it's not easy to find non-wireless dsl routers
at the shops here.
Re: D-Link DSL2540 ADSL router
I've never used one of these but yes based on the casing
style that 584T is an old model.
Why do you need a non-wireless dsl router? Often that's a
free feature costing nothing extra, and often newer models
have it so the may have bugs worked out that existed in
prior models. That is, if a mature product that's been on
the market for awhile, not revision 1 of whatever it is.
If you don't wish to use the wireless feature just disable
it in the menu, or at worst get a model with all
external/removable antennas that you can unscrew to prevent
an effective access range.
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