xendrome, on 18 November 2012 - 19:28, said:
ISP equipment in my dealings has always been pretty good, simply because they do their research and put something out that is reliable. They don't wan't to have to send a truck out to every customer all the time because they went with some cheap modem/router. The problem with ISP equipment is being locked out of controlling the routing functions. Just ask them to put the modem into bridge mode, and then you an use your own router to control everything else.
They said I'd have to use my own router. Which is cool, I already have a RT-N56U for the task.
Or a DGL-4500, but that's old kit.