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what router brand do you have..??  

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remixedcat    2,765

What router brand do you have? please vote and post the model you have? Thanks!

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firey    3,555

Cisco DPC3825

came from my ISP

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The_Decryptor    1,105

I'm running a Netgear WNDR3800 (running OpenWRT) through a Belkin modem, it's awesome. It replaced my WRT54GL simply because it ran out of flash memory (When I rebooted it lost all my configuration settings, and doing anything too stressful caused it to reboot)

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Hell-In-A-Handbasket    277

replaced my multi years old Airport Extreme with a Linksys EA4500, the EA4500 is awsome

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Max Norris    2,048

Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 with Tomato 1.28 firmware, very fast and reliable. Replaced an old Linksys router that gave me more trouble than it was worth.

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Flae_qui    31

currently running a WRVS4400N, trying to sell it for a ASUS RT-n66u

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Nagisan    248

Motorola SGB6580.....it's a gateway (modem + router) hate it, not customizable at all compared to standard routers but I currently have no choice in the matter. Other than the bad user configurability it works fine though.

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+chconline    158

Linksys WRT610N using DD-WRT.

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ShMaunder    102

Not sure. Using the BT Homehub 3 which I believe is a Huawei router under the branding

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Crisp    3,270

Yeah we get it puddy cat, you brought an "AMPED WIRELESS!". :p

Cisco / Linksys FTW.

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remixedcat    2,765

ha ha take a look at my vote crisps... :cat:

LOL

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hamslammer    66

I have a D-Link DIR-655 that I purchased shortly after they came out.to replace an old Linksys router. It has performed flawlessly since I put it in service.

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omegabyr    0

SUPERMICRO MBD-X7SPE-HF-D525-O running pfSense.

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Squirrelington    27

Linksys WRT610N v2

Tomato Firmware v1.28.0495 MIPSR2-Toastman-RT-N K26 USB VPN

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nukenorman    44

ActionTec its a Moden AND a ROUTER :-) with both wire and wireless. Saves me lots of room got to throw my linkysys out and save desk space.

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x-scratch    134

Motorola SGB6580.....it's a gateway (modem + router) hate it, not customizable at all compared to standard routers but I currently have no choice in the matter. Other than the bad user configurability it works fine though.

same here router/modem sucks

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giantsnyy    57

Apple Airport Extreme at home.

At work I use a combination of different Cisco 2821's and Adtran's.

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Crisp    3,270

ha ha take a look at my vote crisps... :cat:

LOL

You obviously want one :doctor:

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raid0    19

Asus and dd-wrt custom firmware

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John.D    50

Was using a G604T I think it was (Dlink). Till I changed ISP, it kept cutting me off. So, went back to the modem my new ISP gave me (RTA1320v6) till the power adapter decided to die on it lol. It was crap anyway it only had one port on it. So, atm, I'm using a netgear DG834Gv5. Its not too bad, dont use the wireless on it tho. I'll probably change to a Netcomm NB6Plus4Wn. Or maybe a TP-link TD-W8960N. Both are wireless N modems. Since the TP-Link has url filtering, the Netcomm doesnt. I'll probably get some powerline adapters too. Save me using wireless, or cables. Some powerlines seem to be more reliable than wireless

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remixedcat    2,765

You obviously want one :doctor:

I do... yes... but theres a few that are teasing me as well...

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offroadaaron    189

Cisco 877W

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morebaker    42

Linksys WRT54GL after market firmware is a plus.

Also have a WRT54G that is made before linksys denutted them.

under v5

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brink668    14

I have

1x Zyxel USG20W Router (Works very well for me) Current uptime 75 days and internet is 75 days as well

2x DLINK DIR 655 now acting as Access Points

1x Linksys WRT54GL running DD-WRT as a test router for lending to clients that are having problems

1x DLINK DIR 655 I just installed at work for Router/Wifi

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remixedcat    2,765

I've had my NETGEAR since 2006 WGR614 I barely even have to think about it really. It's been really good. ;-)

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