RickyTick wrote:I didn't want to hijack Druidcent's thread from a couple of weeks ago, but I have a similar question.
I just bought a new house too. It's a 2 story, about 2100 square feet.
As much as I would like to wire it up with Ethernet cables, I'm just not sure I want to go through all the trouble.
I currently use an old draft-n router (WRT300n). I'm considering upgrading to maybe something like the Asus RT-N66U, which is currently $163 at Newegg. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6833320091
No heavy file tranfers. Mostly just streaming Netflix and such.
Is this Asus router a good option? Any comments or suggestions?
Thanks for any help.
Deanjo wrote:I've owned a lot of routers in my life and I can honestly say that the RT-N66U thumps them all.... drastically. Don't waste your money on anything else and the very first thing you do is grab one of Merlins builds of the firmware for it.
anotherengineer wrote: I have a Dlink DIR-655 h/w ver A4, f/w ver 1.21? It works pretty well, usually goes 6 months or longer before I give it a reboot.
However it is circa 2008 now and I am considering the N66U, basically for the IPv6 future proofing. Just wondering if IPv6 works well on the N66U and if it's worth the money over the DIR-655??
Waco wrote:What does the current one not do that you want it to?
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