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Best wireless router for a geek/poweruser/home networking/gaming
I have been looking for a new router to replace my dlink dir-655 because it just doesn't cut it anymore. (Not enough coverage, slow wireless speed) and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions? I'm looking sub $150 I really don't want to spend over $100 but if I have to I will. I want a router that will provide good wireless speed, has lots of controls, because I am a geek/computer repair person. I also have my own home network so I want it to work well with that. It needs to have port forwarding, QOS, and I would like per user bandwidth limiting but its not terrible if It doesn't have it. I would also like it to be dual band!
Thanks so much!
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