|reply to clarknova |
Re: Router Comparison
Well, my current router is a bit old, it support b/g/n but it is at EOL, they are done releashing firmware for it, and also lacks some features, but it is a decent router. The Sagemcom is a modem/router gateway, why don't you recommend that? It doesn't appear to support N either, just b/g. But if I went with the sagemcom, the telco would replace it when it went bad.
I don't recommend modem/router combinations because I've seen many, but never one that worked reliably. Put them in bridge mode (ie, disable the router function), if they support it, and they're usually fine.
Likewise, I've seen loads of consumer routers that just aren't reliable on factory firmware, and every modem-router I've ever seen fits into that category. Get a simple modem, pair it with a router that works, and don't worry about the overrated telco support.