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    I am thinking a bout replacing my bt home hub 2 for a different router and was wondering if anyone could recommend a brand which is fast ,wireless B/G/N and NAT complatible. At the moment i was thinking about going for a

    NETGEAR Wireless
    -N Router WNR2000

    Belkin F6D4630uk4A Wireless N150 Modem Router

    Belkin N300 F5D8636uk4A Modem Router

    if any can think of another router makes and models that are ADSL compatible i would be happy to hear what they are.

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    I have been using the Netgear WNDR3700 for about a year now and have not had a problem.

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    I like the D-Link I think they make a great router plenty of different models to choose from



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    sorry to ask this but do you know if they are any good for xbox live (open nat) and psn (type 2 nat).

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    I've been a linksys (cisco) fan for several years. Many options to choose from. I have the E1000, but you can look at several models here: http://home.cisco.com/en-us/wireless...es_compare_btn

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    Here is a link to a review of the WNDR3700

    http://reviews.cnet.com/routers/netg...-33485574.html



    Quote Originally Posted by bloodyrose View Post
    sorry to ask this but do you know if they are any good for xbox live (open nat) and psn (type 2 nat).

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