Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
I went a bought a new router on Tuesday evening and set it up the way that I wanted. I bought an 802.11n capable unit this time in case I can afford to upgrade/add a new Mac later this year. So far, it is working flawlessly even when one of the other local networks comes on line - apparently, no more bumps. Signal strength is better than the previous router and the speed even in g is a little faster on the mini (my wife even commented that things were faster). So, maybe all my problems with the other router were due to the router itself (defective) which culminated in its total failure on Monday evening. I'm going to try to return it to Best Buy this weekend, but it is beyond their return policy time limit. They should give me store credit, at the least.<br><br>
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