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    Does anyone know where to get top of the range routers in Gauteng? im looking for one with Simultaneous dual band, thats good for gaming and is in general a good router. Incredible connection seems like they have old stuff.
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    budget?

    how about something like this? http://www.dbg.co.za/product_info.ph...roducts_id=759
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    1500 1600 max

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    Can I set it up on my Mac?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwmacker View Post
    Can I set it up on my Mac?
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    Be aware that the suggested product is a router and nothing more than a router. It is not a Router plus ADSL modem. You cannot plug your phone line into this device. It's exactly what you asked for, but I suspect not what you actually wanted.

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    I would go for a router with a separate cheap modem.

    what will you be using wireless?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pookfuzz View Post
    Be aware that the suggested product is a router and nothing more than a router. It is not a Router plus ADSL modem. You cannot plug your phone line into this device. It's exactly what you asked for, but I suspect not what you actually wanted.
    I though that but I looked at my old devise that was. Connected to the wall socket and it was a router (that's what it said on the box). It is a microcom router a really old one.

    Is it possible that it could work like that? Because I did work for 3 years till like a week ago.
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    I have lost 2 modem/routers to lightning in the last month, so have now gone separate modem separate router to be on the safe side, modems are relatively cheap (under R200) compared to the router.

    With your budget you probably have a few options and you also need to consider the size of area that you wish the router to cover. TP-link products are not necessarily high end, but I have found them to be very stable and good value for money.
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    Oh ok so how did mine work?
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    add this to what OMB mentioned above:
    http://www.dbg.co.za/product_info.ph...roducts_id=736

    and should be more than fine.

    can you tell us product that you had before?

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    Sorry for bringing up an old thread.

    I am also looking for Wireless N / gigabit router.

    I also need an ADSL router that will improve my connection.

    Will these two do the trick? i.e. Are they any good.

    I currently have a 7402-NX that is dead and a 7402G that keeps on dropping the connection so enough of billion for now.

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