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Reccomend an effective wireless modem router combo for 50m transmission

Trying to improve my data processing - have 2 desktop PCs and and a son with an Xbox 360 - have constant drop outs - esp. with son on line too currently running separate Dynalink modem and D- link wireless router (both 802.11g) - Have a slight preference for Belkin possibly N grade Thanks - iforsyth@slingshot.co.nz

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  • iforsyth332 Jan 19, 2009

    Thanks - Notice you didnt mention Belkin (?)

  • iforsyth332 Jan 21, 2009

    Thanks again

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Since you're having this connection problem with the router that you're using, I will advise you to get a wireless N router from this manufacturer Dlink,Linksys,Netgear the wireless N router from them will definitely solve your connection problem...

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    Mark Gil Jan 19, 2009

    No problem about that, yes forgot to mention Belkin they have asome good routers also that you can get...

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