What is better for home network/SOHO (hardware)?


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Option # 1:

Old (supported) Cisco 827-4V ADSL modem (like an ADSL modem) and a new Netgear WNDR 3700 (Gigabit as the switch, router and wifi access point)


Option # 2:

New Cisco 857W-G-E-K9 (adsl modem, 100 mbany switch, router and wifi AP)


It is necessary for all home network of 6 computers. With the active use of the Internet and a torrento-rocking doesn't have to slow down (of course if the canal is full). All this is assuming 24/7 use and the greatest possible reliability and bezglyuchnosti.


PS 827 the cisk found where to get not expensive easy, but it is only 10Mbps and no wifi.

Both options are roughly the same price (approx. 10 Tr.) Despite the seemingly obvious choice of option number 2, NetGear has a Gigabit network and a powerful Wi-Fi, and not bad reviews.

In cisco not strong, but the 857 is like the cheapest of sold with adsl and Wi-Fi
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and you sense that from Gigabit netherscale?
Yes "10 megabit only..." what does that mean?
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you as I understand the ISP has adsl...
therefore, the technology of ADSL is limited in speed...
_http://EN.wikipedia.org/wiki/ADSL
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Yes, on a subject I would choose the 2nd option.
less devices less problems.
and Cisco pretty stable piece of hardware.
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You can look at the same but under the Cisco brand Linksys. There are worthy things in particular www.linksysbycisco.com/ANZ/en/products/WAG320N 4-port Gigabit Dual-Band Wireless-N ADSL2+ Modem Router
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No. 2. For me personally, worth 871-K9 (my ISP ethernet+PPPoE), 20 megabit rate required pumping "Bang" (but cpu usage 70%). I still have a few devices from different manufacturers, but the cisk is one of those "set and forget". As set up three years ago and forgot about it. Anyway, if you need Gigabit at home in the apartment, you can buy a cheap switch and connect to the cisk.
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If you want to actively use Wi-Fi then I recommend still the first option.
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Had the opportunity to compare the quality of Wi-Fi Netgear WNDR 3700 and Asus WL-500W. Heaven and earth in favor of Netgear, even at the distance of one wall in the apartment. Asus connection periodically torn, even in those moments when Wi-Fi was used for web surfing, and a wired link was torrent traffic at speed 1M. With Netgear work stable under similar conditions. If Asus had to turn the laptop to optimally Orient the built-in antenna, then from the Netgear to do not need all the functions in any position.
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In addition Neatgear two separate Wi-Fi channel increases, the throughput for multiple users.
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But he has of course the fly in the ointment. Not working L2TP and multicast (does not work IPTV). But for me, these "problems" are totally relevant, especially compared with those that ceased to headache about the quality of Wi-Fi
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