masterclc at gmail.com
Tue Feb 26 19:55:55 MST 2008
On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 7:44 PM, Matt Bowler <matt at mattbowler.com> wrote:
> I have the enviable problem of having bandwidth--50mb/s
> Utopia/Xmission!!--that outpaces the throughput cabilities of my Linksys
> wrt54gp2 (vonage) at 20 mb/s. Ideally I would like to keep a single box
> that does vonage, routes, and switches, but it looks like linksys/vonage
> parntership is no more.
> Xmission recommends the wrt54gl, which gets very good reviews and has the
> capacity for open source upgrades, etc, but is still only a G router and no
> I have about 5 boxes at my house and don't do a lot of gaming but do
> transfer large files and want to simplify, yet future proof my network as
> much as possible.
> So if I want wireless-N and a gigabit switch what would you recommend?
> Maybe get the gl and gigabit switch or what? Maybe time to move up to the
> Linksys SoHo line like the RVS400 or the WRV200?
About twice a week I eyeball this:
I can't tell you if it has QoS, but since it's relatively "new" I
would assume it does (and if I looked at the specs long enough I'm
sure it would tell me).
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