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    Which router to use?

    This is a discussion on Which router to use? within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; I'm currently with AOHell (hopefully not for long) awaiting Sky Max, (suspense is killing me lol) using a Buffalo Air ...

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      Which router to use?

      I'm currently with AOHell (hopefully not for long) awaiting Sky Max, (suspense is killing me lol) using a Buffalo Air Station G54 Wireless and was wondering whether to stick with the one I've got or to use Sky's Netgear DG834GT (I believe thatís the router I'll be receiving).
      Any opinions would be well considered and much appreciated.
      Thanks in advance.


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      Re: Which router to use?

      I would suggest you try the SKY router and see how you get on. Mine works flawlessly, with a combination of wired and wireless connections. As a little experiment, I have left UPnP on, not stood it vertically, enabled Internet Gateway Icon, enabled UPnP icon in MY Network Places - all the things we are telling people not to do and I cannot get it to fail.

      It is also necessary to leave the router connected to receive firmware upgrades and to receive any future SKY services which may become available in the future.
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      You got 3 right!
      D'oh! Not good, dude.

     

     

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