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Hi guys,

I need some help please...I would appreciate recommendations for best Wireless router I can buy to use with Virgin Media 30mb service & Superhub (modem mode) for around

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Recommending it because I use it:

[b]Linksys E4200 v1.[/b]

V2 is nice also and even faster with NTFS drives.

Other good choices that i've recommended friends:

[i]Netgear WNDR3700 & Asus RT56[/i]

Issues with signals and such all are location dependent. If you have tons of other 2.4Ghz devices in your neck of the woods no router can magically fix those issues. Use 5Ghz if you can since that's less populated.

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SHoTTa35,

Thanks appreciate your help.

The Linksys is way over my budget, and even the other two are pushing the limit of my budget. Out of the three you mentioned, I'd most likely go for Asus RT56 though I'm hoping I can find something that will meet my criteria for

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check out the [url="http://www.buffalotech.com/"]Buffalo Tech[/url] wireless routers. they have some good wireless routers for a reasonable price. plus they run dd-wrt so that's a plus

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If those are out of your budget then the TrendNet routers are a good buy too. They use basically the same hardware as the Linksys ones I mentioned and then you can just put DD-WRT on there instead to get some better GUI/performance.

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Thanks everyon

I actually opted for the Linksys E4200 even though it was over double my budget!

I could only afford it thanks to a nice

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I think D Link wireless router is best one for vergin media connection. :)

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