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I would like to see a revised 7800n with the faux-nas feature of the linksys/cisco e2400

that would be boss

unless one already is available?
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Hmm i happen to get the same thing on my phone. What option is it? I had a quick look earlier but i couldnt find it.
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I would like to see a revised 7800n with the faux-nas feature of the linksys/cisco e2400

that would be boss

unless one already is available?

you mean like a transfer your call to wifi/voip thing?

http://fritzbox.com.au/product-fritz-wlan7390.html
they can do that. reports say they can be a bit flaky & support from ZE GERMANS is usually a big fuck you deal with it if you do actually get a response.
they're significantly more exxy than a 7800N as well
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interedasting, my wi-fi occasionally drops out when im sitting on the couch with my macbook air. i had assumed that the airport card was overheating from shitty ventilation. will investigate because i also factory reset mine when my internets wasn't working (aka workers cut my phone line).

I thought my wireless card was on the way out and I bought a new wireless mini-dongle (was going to any ways to get the faster data transfer).

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Oops, yeah I had it set to a single channel, but I did a factory reset before sending it to you.

No biggie. I think it was on single channel to begin with and I changed it to auto-search thinking that it'll find the optimal channel and stick with it.
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Nah more so the built in upnp server

http://home.cisco.com/en-apac/products/routers/E4200
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TP-Link TD-W8960N $59.95 at Umart. They handle heavy torrenting like a champ and the chipset is especially good if you live far from your exchange or have a noisy line. I've used one for a while now, bought one for my parents and several of my friends use them. All very happy with it.
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Thread bump!

I'm a huge fan of the 7800N, but I'm trying to find a router with dual band N spec wireless.

Is there one with a Broadcom ADSL interface and a decent number of gigE ports (4 minimum) which does dual band N? The E4200 is almost there but I'm looking for an all-in-one, or seeing what's out there.
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If you are willing to stump up a bit more $ there are the new Cisco smb options, it's a fair bit more for gigabit switching though. A $20 yumcha switch can be a lot more economic in that instance.
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Thread bump!

I'm a huge fan of the 7800N, but I'm trying to find a router with dual band N spec wireless.

Is there one with a Broadcom ADSL interface and a decent number of gigE ports (4 minimum) which does dual band N? The E4200 is almost there but I'm looking for an all-in-one, or seeing what's out there.

The truth is, unless you're prepared to fork out for the fritzbox 7390 there just isn't a decent home adsl2 dual band N AIO modem router.

Without ISP promos you're looking at $275 delivered, minimum.

http://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/...ox+7390&spos=1
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Alrport Extreme plus an el-cheapo ADSL2+ modem in bridge mode maybe? Still close to $250 all up though.

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i've seen them on ebay for a bit less but they go quickly
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