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I would go with the Asus RT-N16. You want power? That's what the N16 has. The hardware inside the router is more powerful that most if not all of the routers in its pricerange. Combine the hardware with DD-WRT and you have yourself one of the best routers on the market. Fast CPU, alot of ram, gigabyte ethernet ports and it will handle everything you throw with it.

http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wirel...outer-reviewed
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consider this switch:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833127082
you can just have your desktops wired to this switch and your notebooks on the other router.

You should go for an ethernet network its more secure and faster copying of files lesser down time. Wireless N is good enough for streaming 1080p though. If your streaming go for a wireless N set up if your copying video files you'll probably want to set up a ethernet network.


Well thats what im trying too say im using a wired connection from the desktop too the laptop, And when copying stuff from one too the other everything gets slow on the internet slow while doing it.

For copying stuff i always used Ethernet because wireless is slower, Wireless is ony used on web browsing for wireless devices that i have.

Oh im also using a switch which is a neatgear 10/100 because i need more ports, But that didn't help file transfer because it still goes from the router which cant handle much at all when copying stuff over the home network and also browsing the net, The router pretty much almost freezes up trying too do both.


My setup is like this comcast modem than the dlink router than that goes too the switch and my desktop plugs into the switch and what ever computer like my laptops if i need too copy something big goes in th switch also, If i connect it any other way my comcast internet will not connect .
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I would go with the Asus RT-N16. You want power? That's what the N16 has. The hardware inside the router is more powerful that most if not all of the routers in its pricerange. Combine the hardware with DD-WRT and you have yourself one of the best routers on the market. Fast CPU, alot of ram, gigabyte ethernet ports and it will handle everything you throw with it.

http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wirel...outer-reviewed

Hmm that is kinda out of my budget but the specs are really nice and powerful on that!


So that will handle alot of load? Like copying something big over my home network from my desktop wired too my laptop wired and than downloading or browsing the internet at the same time?

When i do that on my dlink 524 it pretty much chokes and everything gets slow and i can barley load a page.


I fit can do that i guess that will be on my buy list
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