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what router brand do you have..??   307 members have voted

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Got a WRVS4400N and a E2500 as an AP

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I use a d-link dir-655. I upgraded from my old linksys wrt54g(the router everyone and their dog has had) because i wanted both wireless n support as well as wired gigabit. Works great and doesn't need restarted anywhere near as often as that damn linksys did(which was annoying).

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Used to run a WRT54GS until a year ago, when I upgraded to FIOS now I'm running on the router that Verizon supplied with the modem =)

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Cisco Linksys WRT160NL - DD-WRT

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Cisco at home, it's dud, need to have it repalced under warranty.

Netgear at home as a bridge. Has stopped working. Another dud.

Linksys at work. Awesome, but the one I used to have at home died. Dud.

I have a bad habbit of buying duds.

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Airport Extreme for more than 8 years now.

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I like how extreme has no votes and no one has said anything about them... mainly considering extreme doesn't manufacturer routers... only switches.

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Cisco Valet

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Linksys E3000 with dd-wrt

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Netgear WNDR3700

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I have a TP-LINK TD-W8951ND. It's a wireless router + modem. I'd like to point out that the wireless signal isn't very good (not too bad if you are living in a 2 bedroom apartment). Price was cheap though :)

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Two Linksys (aka Cisco) routers + a 8 port usb powered Switch :)

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2 FiOS Actiontec routers acting as MoCA bridges to split coax tv signal and internet signal. Buffalo HP N300 (DDWRT) router is connected to the internet serving Actiontec.

I have a 2nd internet connection which is a docsis 3.0 cable modem with an old D-Link DGL-4300 router.

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Some SMC crap that Rogers provides. It's a modem/router in one.

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Linksys Wrt54g with dd-wrt

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Netgear for me, does me proudly

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Asus RT-N16 running Tomato. I upgraded to this router as it supports well over 100mbps throughput, so will be perfect for when Virgin upgrade us later this year.

IPV6 and a VPN server was also very easy to setup thanks to Tomato :)

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Netgear WNDR3700

Same as mine!

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apple airport extreme

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Netgear WNDR3700 dual band, using 5GHz for my main computer because my neighbourhood is crowded with 2,4 GHz networks.

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Cisco DPC3825

came from my ISP

Lucky ******....

I have 2 TP-Link. Will play to replace them both with Cisco/Linksys as soon as 802.11ac products come out with DD-WRT support.

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pfSense 2.0.1 STABLE running on a HP MicroServer in ESXi.

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I like how extreme has no votes and no one has said anything about them... mainly considering extreme doesn't manufacturer routers... only switches.

sssshhh!!! ;-)

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Cisco, Linksys: also made by Cisco I think?

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Asus RT-N56U connected to a Ambit/VMNG300. The Asus is the best consumer router I've ever had and I've had plenty.

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