Saint Petersburg, FL
reply to FTBoomer
Re: [Internet] Best Routers for Bridged Networks Right now the best bang for the buck on horsepower and range are the Asus RTN56U and the Cisco E4200. They also happen to be the most stable firmware wise. On the Asus side we now have choices from a VERY talented Russian programmer who continues to pump out extremely good code. The Cisco side of things is stock firmware but stable. Both give very good range...the Asus better in my opinion but I am biased a bit. Ciaco gives better support than Asus BUT I never use support anyway on routers.
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