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  1. Bell Fibe TV
    Can I change the name/password that came on my new router to something else? I recently replaced my Fibe router/modem: a Home Hub 2000. It came with a network name and password printed on the label on the back of the device. Everything worked fine and my various wireless devices were easily...
  2. Bell Aliant Home Phone, Internet, IPTV
    Hello, I just recently had Fiber Op installed and it came with the r3000. I have the one gig down package but my speeds are no where near that. I've also had a drop in connectivity so I've had two technicians in the last few days come and take a look. After moving the Actiontec around and...
  3. Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    i use bell's modem/router 2701,but the signal is not good,i wanna put a router,so can i connect the router with bell's modem/router 2701,if i can ,please tell me the step.
  4. Bell Fibe TV
    I have 3 FibeTV Motorola TV receivers connected with coax to the Bell Sagemcom router in my home. The Sagemcom router is in the basement and the Wifi coverage is not adequate to cover our home. I noticed that if I plug the Playstation ethernet cable directly into the back of the RJ45 port on the...
  5. Videotron
    Hi guys, I recently switched over to Videotron's service for telephone ( I had their internet for many years without any problems ) The new modem the tech installed at my home was changed because I changed my bundle and went with Videotron for phone also. Since this happened, I get...
  6. Industry News
    D-Link this week began shipping its latest router, the DHP-1320 which combines the functionality of a Wireless-N Router with Powerline 200 Mbps networking technology. The result is users can share data on their home network wirelessly, through Ethernet or through powerlines. The entry level...
  7. 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...
  8. Home Computing
    I am in the market for a router than I can flash with DD-WRT quickly and easily. I don't want to make it a huge project! I have been to the DD-WRT router database and I see lots of router that are available in stores today. My only real physical requirement is that it have Gigabit ports and a...
  9. Home Computing
    In my searching yesterday I came across the Dlink DSR-500N router. I was very interested but it appears to have two issues: First, I don't know if its available in Canada yet and second, one of the key features (dual wan) has not been enabled and won't be until a future update. What I am...
  10. Home Computing
    Nice Idea. I personally wish my router had 8 ports so I could eliminate the need for a switch almost right beside my router but why 10/100 LAN? Anyone wanting 8 ports on their router probably wants Gigabit Ethernet too. I think a lot of people will be disappointed with this router.
  11. Industry News
    Thanks to an ever increasing number of Ethernet enabled devices in the home, consumers nowadays are finding that four Ethernet ports on the back of their router is simply not enough. In addition to multiple computers, todays digital home also contains numerous other devices which require a...
  12. MTS
    I'm having some issues with the WRT300N I have just incorporated to my home network. This is how everything is installed right now: From the 2wire: 1. Via CAT5 --> PVR 2. Via CAT5 --> HD receiver 3. Via coax --> HD receiver 4. Via CAT5 --> WRT300N From the WRT300N: a. Via CAT5 --> Desktop PC...
  13. Rogers High Speed Internet and Home Phone
    Hey folks, Been a long time Rogers HI-SPEED internet customer, but lately I've noticed my internet connection is dropping (a lot). I have what I consider, a somewhat vanilla setup (nothing too fancy by my judgement). I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium (64 Bit). I've got a : - LinkSys...
  14. Shaw High Speed Internet and Home Phone
    I have very recently switched my Internet provider from Telus to Shaw and have learned (am very tech challenged so could be wrong here) I must now purchase a router if I want a wireless connection for my laptop. From what I can gather, this was something Telus included with their modem. As...
  15. Telus IPTV (also known as Optik TV)
    Not sure if this is the appropriate forum to put it in but I have a question with the 3-in-1 (modem, switch, router) D-Link box Telus is supplying with TTV service. From what I see, it appears that the ethernet-connected computers first go through a Switch (on the Vista network map) before that...
  16. Industry News
    At CES in Las Vegas, D-Link has introduced three new wireless N routers which the company promises will deliver improved network speed and wireless range. The D-Link Rush, the D-Link Touch and the D-Link Wireless N Pocket Router will be available in the first half of 2010. The most notable...
  17. Industry News
    Want a router that is pretty and functional? If so then you may be interested in a D-Link's new all-in-one home network router that combines 802.11n Wi-Fi connectivity with network attached storage (NAS), USB device-sharing, a digital photo frame, Internet content player, FTP server and energy...
  18. 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?
  19. Home Computing
    D-Link Canada announced this week that it is now shipping Xtreme N routers capable of reducing the home owners power consumption without sacrificing performance. Upgraded my Router and took advantage of the new scheduling feature to shut down the wireless portion of the router during the night.
  20. Windows Computing
    I want to set up 2 wireless networks in my house and would like to know if this is optimal? WIFI1 ------ WAN: Dynamic LAN: 192.168.1.1 Mode: 54g Encryption: WPA-PSK Wireless Clients(54mbps): W2K, XP Pro (2) Wired Clients(100mbps): DNS-323 (with USB print server), Slingbox Solo Channel: 3 WAN...
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