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I need a wireless router to connect to the wireless point in our resort. I have Vista home premium 2007. Which do you recommend? I currently have borrowed a D-link N DWA-142 and it keeps dropping the internet. Thanks..C

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You need a wireless bridge. In all honesty, try the PDP (formerly Pelican) Xbox 360 router. They are configurable from the computer, support all manner of encryptions, and look rather nice. Used ones can be had for as little as 30.00 on eBay or 70.00 new, and they are very user friendly. As they are a standard bridge, they work with anything.

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