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Amigo AMX-CA6xE

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AMX-CA64E, 4 Port 10/100Mbps Ethernet Switch with Full Rate ADSL Router using Conexant chipset solution with complete set of industry standard features for high speed access to the Internet.

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      18.04.2007 11:11

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      Simple and fast. Almost perfect.

      The configuration interface is the best I've seen on any router. HTML based configuration in an instant, no long drawn out condescending play school graphics interface like other (more popular) routers. Works with cross over or straight cabling - again unlike others routers. No problems running full load 4 connections networked at 100mbs via it all with net access at full speed low ping (under 16ms usually). Sometimes needs reset about once a week, but can be cooled with heatsinks to run for months maitenance free. Tech support also very helpful and speak in very plain logical language and have total knowledge of what they're saying - not just reading off a script like big stupid companies.

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      03.05.2003 21:37
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      I have been researching routers with in-built modems, and the prices seemed way too expensive as oppose to the dsl router/switches. (The RJ11 WAN out is the tell tale sign, as this goes straight into your wall, whereas as RJ45 goes onto an ethernet modem or cable set top box.) I found this router on adslguide.org as the best for value for money, and before purchasing, i made sure i would have all the support i needed. USB drivers for the connection, i you dont have a network card, dont come with but are availible for download on the net. There are many different sites offering set up guides, which in its self seems pretty painless as it runs through explorer, software we're all used to using! I will be installing it in the next few days and will let you know if it performs, and if it took me anymore than a day to set it up. Till then...

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