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Old 09-11-2007, 09:23 PM   #1
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Default For those that think D-Link can never be stable, look.

96 days uptime so far. And yes it's a D-Link. Post your other impressive uptimes.

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Default Re: For those that think D-Link can never be stable, look.

I love my D-link. DIR-655, amazing
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Default Re: For those that think D-Link can never be stable, look.

Router?? What is it.
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Waht is mine??
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Old 09-11-2007, 11:16 PM   #5
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Default Re: For those that think D-Link can never be stable, look.

Our DI-604 never went down. My Encore and my old, but powerful 16-port switch never let me down either. Got to love Encore and Synaptics!
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Default Re: For those that think D-Link can never be stable, look.

Oh, I love d-link routers. Just as reliable (imo) as Linksys, but with a better web layout. My DI-624 is going on three years old and it still purrs.
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Default Re: For those that think D-Link can never be stable, look.

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Router?? What is it.
"Websmart" switch. Alot more than a simple switch, it handle many network functions. QOS, VLAN's, Rate Limiting, etc.
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Default Re: For those that think D-Link can never be stable, look.

I've only dealt with a D-Link PCI wireless adapter, never a router. The PCi adapter I have gets a Very Good connection in a place a Linksys would get Excellent. I'm not thoroughly impressed with D-Link over Linksys. Just got the D-Link for $10 so might as well save the money instead of getting the Linksys.
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Default Re: For those that think D-Link can never be stable, look.

we just use or modems on board wireless, but it sucks though. we need our wireless router elsewhere
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Default Re: For those that think D-Link can never be stable, look.

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I've only dealt with a D-Link PCI wireless adapter, never a router. The PCi adapter I have gets a Very Good connection in a place a Linksys would get Excellent. I'm not thoroughly impressed with D-Link over Linksys. Just got the D-Link for $10 so might as well save the money instead of getting the Linksys.
I am there with you, I've used both d-link and linksys pci adapters andto this day, the Dlink still causes driver related blue-screens. They have had a year at least to fix it...

On the other hand, no a single problem with the router, and it looks nice too.
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