prompt router with wifi


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Plan to go from ADSL to cable Internet
Used dlink dsl-2640
now a question about the new router
look aside TP-link TL-WR1043ND
What else can you look?
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Any. If there are no specific requirements — why not search for relevant resources.
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As the owner of TP-link TL-WR1043ND — very happy.
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I have a D-Link DIR-320, half a year, normal flight.
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My home is D-Link DIR-320. First enough, but if Wi-Fi connects multiple devices and they all shake their torrents, WiFi clogged with packages and sooo much brakes. To solve this problem looked in the direction of any LinkSys device on the order better quality of communication. Are more expensive, but the quality is worth it Cisco.
So if wireless will swing the torrents on different machines, then my advice is — LinkSys
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I bought a Linksys e3200. Prov. Beeline. The L2TP Protocol.
Without a router: 30Мбит/s
Native extreme firmware: 20-22Мбит/s
DD-WRT: 10-15Мбит/s
% Broadcom 500MHz.
According to the article, the xl2tpd process he uses at full percent.
Somewhere I ran across a plaque with the ratio of CPU frequency/WAN bandwidth
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