Asus DSL-N13 ADSL 2/2+ Wireless Router pictures

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Asus DSL-N13 ADSL 2/2+ Wireless Router
Asus DSL-N13 ADSL 2/2+ Wireless Router

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  • Asus DSL-N13 ADSL 2/2+ Wireless Router
  • Asus DSL-N13 ADSL 2/2+ Wireless Router
  • Asus DSL-N13 ADSL 2/2+ Wireless Router
  • Asus DSL-N13 ADSL 2/2+ Wireless Router

cxs

May 15, 2010, 12:03 pm

So which alternative would you recommend? I am thinking of upgrading my bundled wireless router to the Netgear DGN3500 due to its wireless N and gigabit ethernet - any chance of a review?

ronaldstrain

May 15, 2010, 1:50 pm

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Martin

May 15, 2010, 3:13 pm

Does anyone know of any actually good ADSL2 modem routers? The 'Be Box' is the worst piece of hardware I've ever used.





Otherwise I'm going to have to figure out how to turn it into a bridge and use my trusty old (non-ADSL2) US Robotics router to do the actual work.

Retset

May 16, 2010, 3:42 pm

Reading this, I will stick to the old thing Orange gave (lent) me. Only 1 port but I use PL networking/router in any event to move the signal elsewhere. It virtually never crashes or needs a reboot which is more than I can say for some big name ones I have had in the past.





BTW, Very surprised you let in that blatant spam ad from ronaldstrain ...

Hans Gruber

May 17, 2010, 1:28 am

ronaldstrain's link doesn't appear to go anywhere, it's broken. Maybe he's a white hat type spammer trying to do good for a change? ;)





@Martin - you should probably try and source a router with broadcomm chipset for use with Be's network (often makes a difference with DSL connection sync' speed). The DGND3300 rev2 router uses the broadcomm 6358 but I don't think it has a very good reputation for overall wireless performance. It would be nice if TR could look into it and do some testing of their own. The new breed of dual band routers are interesting for the promise of increasing wireless transmission speed but do any of them actually offer anything worth paying for over the standard ISP supplied router?

Retset

May 17, 2010, 2:49 pm

@Red: Doesn't it? I decided not to click a dodgy link so had no idea. Still spam though IMHO. That said, I may try a meal plan to see if I can increase the range of my router ..





:)

Retset

May 21, 2010, 2:29 pm

Update: No - it still has the same range :D

Tim

January 16, 2014, 9:14 am

I had an expensive net gear before and this little router is good for the price, have ran three phones and a comp through it smoothly also I stay in flats with no fibre so I rate adsl rather well.

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