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Been thinking about getting the new Cisco E4200 to replace my 2 years old Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH. I really don't need DD-WRT just solid performance with great signal strength. (The Buffalo's signal is pretty nice but I just need something even stronger)

Anyone here used the Cisco E4200 yet?
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ahh...Cisco E4200 is real nice actually..my neighbor has one and I can catch signal from my room. Performance wise for cisco is superb in my opinion. I use an older cisco WRT160N, and I barely experience any drops.
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Been thinking about getting the new Cisco E4200 to replace my 2 years old Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH. I really don't need DD-WRT just solid performance with great signal strength. (The Buffalo's signal is pretty nice but I just need something even stronger)

Anyone here used the Cisco E4200 yet?
I just got my Cisco E3000 today in the mail. It was replaced by the newer E3200 and E4200, but I don't believe there's much difference. I got it refurbished for like $69 off of their website. Anyways, I'm installing it today, so I'll try to remember to come back and tell you my results. I'm moving my house to "N" from "G", so I also bought another router to bridge downstairs.
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I have had my E4200 for about a week now. It replaced my old school WRT54G that has been strong for about 5 years or so on oem firmware. The only reason I replaced it was to get N speeds.

So far I love the E4200! I can't believe how fast it is! It's easy to manually configure, has guest access, simultaneous dual band, and is IPV6 capable, which I know some new routers are lacking. I'm very happy with it and chose it over Netgear's new WNDR4000. That is another solid option as well.
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