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Wireless router help?

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Ok here's the situation... I had a D-Link G wireless modem router for s couple of years and it kept it kept dropping connection. So now I have a Belkin N+ router which holds signal and is su… Read More
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Ok here's the situation...

I had a D-Link G wireless modem router for s couple of years and it kept it kept dropping connection.

So now I have a Belkin N+ router which holds signal and is superfast but only with certain thongs, tried a million things for my PS3 and researched to find it has comparability issues.

So I need help, can anyone suggest a decent N router which will work with:

2 PS3s
2 Laptops
1 iPhone
1 iPad
1 iPod touch

I really want a modem router too not a cable one
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Everything has to be N rated for them to all run at N speeds, have 1 G and all run at G speeds.

Didn't know routers could hold thongs ;-)
#2
If you dont mind spending for a decent box any of the draytek kit I would recommend
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stevebl
Everything has to be N rated for them to all run at N speeds, have 1 G and all run at G speeds.

Didn't know routers could hold thongs ;-)


Lol sorry posted it on my iPhone, wasn't the easiest of tasks


Edited By: obriendean on May 07, 2011 05:14
#4
The one you have is seems to be good enough. Most wireless transfers are rubbish and susceptible to much slowness/

However what ps3 issues are you having . is it getting 2 ps3 online with nat type 2 if so. In router enable dhcp and enable upnp save apply ok , test ps3 to see if upnp is available if it says upnp is not available (make sure you have it enabled in router and you are using DHCP) if it fails.

Use a cat5e cable and test to see if upnp is available over the wired connection ) (maybe go looking on belkins site for a firmware update that maybe fixes the no upnp over wireless) making sure you take note and care over the model number and VERSION number of any firmware you get.

Edited By: dontasciime on May 07, 2011 17:09

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