Best router to suit

  jon4444 15:27 23 Jun 08

looking to purchase a new wireless router, one to cover 80meters squared, easily through solid block walls, and one that will keep a strong constant signal throughout, i've been looking at belkin, netgear, and draytek, but i am getting confused, can anyone suggest a robust wireless router whose signal wont decrease r breakdown

  Forum Editor 18:48 23 Jun 08

All hardware can break down, and wireless networks don't like solid block walls - it's a matter of compromising.

I tend to use Belkin N1 routers
click here in my office because they are reliable and give good coverage. At home I'm currently using a BT Home hub, and I'm pleasantly surprised - it runs well, and the coverage is fine.

If reliability and speed over a wide area is an absolute necessity you should really be considering a wired network.

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