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What is the best brand of wireless router?
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sanbooly595 days ago

@outside
TP-Link is the better and best.
but you may get (if you have money :) ) Cisco networks
its main networks and infrastructures

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Aravi596 days ago

Hi

I use TP link and I am plaing for Asus

Kinldy fine the below article:

http://www.gadgetreview.com/best-wireless-router-for-home-gaming-mac-overall-2015-2016

http://in.pcmag.com/wireless-networking/40488/guide/the-best-wireless-routers-of-2016

Regards,

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pustoi11596 days ago

TP-LINK TL-WR740N ,TP-LINK TL-WR741ND.
TP-LINK TL-WR841N ,TP-LINK TL-WR841ND.
Buy the more expensive Wi-Fi-routers with omni-directional antennas makes no sense, since no growth rate, no appreciable increase in the stable area of the signal will not be. And do not forget that it is very important to correctly position the router - an open place as close as possible to the center of the house or apartment.

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khaledmus596 days ago

ok sir before you buy anew router you should follow these steps which som of expert men said :

1) Make sure your next wireless router offers 802.11ac (or Gigabit Wi-Fi) support. Even at its base level, 802.11ac offers 1300Mbps of throughput. That’s more than twice as fast as the maximum the previous standard 802.11n Wi-Fi could manage, and it’s also backwards compatible with older devices (although they don’t benefit from that speed boost),New 802.11ac routers can also handle more concurrent connections, something that’s increasingly important now that so many devices want to use your Wi-Fi network.
2) Even the Best Rated Wi-Fi Routers Can Have Varying Results, So Buy From a Retailer That Allows Returns
3)Finally, a tip about placement of your wireless router, If you’re in a one room apartment, placement probably isn’t a big deal. But for most homes, the spot where you set up your router can have a huge impact on your Wi-Fi network’s performance.
and here are some web sites it may help you Allah 's willing to choose the best router :

http://www.cnet.com/topics/networking/best-networking-devices/

http://www.techradar.com/news/networking/routers-storage/best-router-9-top-wireless-routers-on-test-1090523

Regards,



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brendaniel596 days ago

@outside
I'm into office and home networking, what I recommend for my clients is a mikrotik router, has the ability to penetrate through tick walls and offers high security, visit www.mikrotik.com

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dodeadel596 days ago

tp link of course its very good one

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nihal29596 days ago

hi @outside TP link and Netgear. I have used both brands and they are very promising and having very good customer care service and 3 year warranty .
Regards

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omarwa79595 days ago

The Asus RT-AC88U ($299.99) is a dual-band 802.11ac router with a massive feature set and an equally large price tag. It uses Multi-User Multiple Input, Multiple Output (MU-MIMO) technology to serve multiple Wi-Fi clients simultaneously without sacrificing bandwidth. However, each client must contain a MU-MIMO-compatible network adapter in order to take advantage of the technology. The router is equipped with numerous Gigabit LAN ports and multiple USB ports. The RT-AC88U$290.00 at Amazon offers a wealth of management options in a thoughtfully designed user interface and delivers blazing throughput on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. It's our top pick for high-end routers.

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maren595 days ago

TP LINK have best routers.

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WilliamRiley595 days ago

I also use TP Link.


Best Regards,

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MrDeng594 days ago

tender is good,I use it for four years,it is quick and stable.

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yogisugandi25592 days ago

@outside
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2398080,00.asp

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slapshot173592 days ago

DLINK-DIR-628

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Catherine553 days ago

The best brand for wireless router is, I don`t even know what to choose, in my humble opinion there is no the best one. If you need a paper to be written, there is a good online web service and here is a sample of one of articles posted within the blog called Top Significant Events Of 2000s available for viewing. http://findwritingservice.com/blog/top-significant-events-of-2000s Check it out.

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AlbertBarkley474 days ago

Cisco based routers are best.

Albert Barkley
https://www.theacademicpapers.co.uk/

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AshleySewell362 days ago

Cisco routers are the one that are best according to user ratings as well as experience.

Ashley Sewell
https://www.affordable-dissertation.co.uk/

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