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  1. Telus IPTV (also known as Optik TV)
    I do have the Telus D-Link wireless router that Telus gave me, but I'm having some interference issues at my place. Thus, I've decided to buy a dual-band router (Linksys Cisco E2500). I've setup the Internet fine, with a good performance, but when I've turned the TV ON, the Internet connection...
  2. Industry News
    DD-WRT is an open source router firmware also has a feature that can keep track of your bandwidth usage. It doesn't work on all router models, so I recommend checking out their website to see if it would work on your router. Although it doesn't have the traffic control feature like in NetGear...
  3. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    I have Sympatico DSL plus a Linksys wired router. If I upgraded to Sympatico’s claimed wireless networking, which as I understand it is just a wifi transceiver and receiver and not a router, could I continue to use my Linksys wired router? And if so, how? Or do I have this wrong?
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