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Has anyone got any recommendations on the best routers for DU, having problems with mine, forever resetting it
 

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I liek the Cisco range of routers. Easy to set up, clearly show you what their capabilities are at each stage (you can get a cheap basic one or the one I have which allows me to connect a media server to it). They stock the range in Plugins - as well as plenty of other models.
 

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I bought mine from Carrefour - a cheap one at around 175 Dhs which is functional. I asked the salesperson which one to buy
 

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We use two routers to cover all areas of our large apartment and have no problems with them and we are with Du.

They are

1. Sitecom 150M router
2. D-Link Xtreme N Gigabit router

both are plugn play - give either one of these a go

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Debra
 

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Bringing an old thread back to life, but im having trouble with my router.
I have just had Du activate the maximum broadband package for my apt but cannot get my wireless router to work for love nor money. The sockets are compatible with both normal phone line and the ADSL plug that the router takes, yet when plugged in, it will not recognise internet connection. Plugging directly to the PC works fine on the normal cable; what am I missing?
Its a router I brought over from UK, is that my problem?
 

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Bringing an old thread back to life, but im having trouble with my router.
I have just had Du activate the maximum broadband package for my apt but cannot get my wireless router to work for love nor money. The sockets are compatible with both normal phone line and the ADSL plug that the router takes, yet when plugged in, it will not recognise internet connection. Plugging directly to the PC works fine on the normal cable; what am I missing?
Its a router I brought over from UK, is that my problem?

You can't use a UK ADSL router. You will need a router with an Ethernet WAN port. The UK router is expecting an ADSL cable, which is similar to the ethernet one but different.

Pop down to one of the electronic shops and pick up a new router.
 
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