D-Link or Linksys/Cisco is fine. If you need Static DHCP (DHCP reservation, where your computer or networked printer always get the same DHCP address) the new Linksys routers don't have that for some reason, D-Link does.
Some of them do. Like this one. I'm considering this as a replacement for my failed Airport Extreme. Its cheaper than the airport and has more functions.
The interface is the same as the old G models, and according to the manual it does do DHCP reservations. I'm doing my homework this time!
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