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29th February 2008, 02:11 PM #16
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For those using the HP 420, could you tell me how many you have per number of laptops.
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29th February 2008, 02:15 PM #17
same here for our 3com's fannytastic
Originally Posted by K.C.Leblanc
3rd March 2008, 09:55 AM #18
What's the range of those 420s?
Sports are wanting a little wireless network and there are three adjoining classrooms that so it doesn't need to be a massive range. Plus the classrooms have like paperthin walls.
3rd March 2008, 09:59 AM #19
Anyone ever had any problems with netgears?
I use them at home and at work, I think they are wicked!
3rd March 2008, 01:54 PM #20
Just ordered a Netgear Rangemax Next for a trial in the boarding houses.
I'm not interested in security, it's going to be open access I'm more concerned with range, reliability and the need to handle perhaps 20 concurrent connections.
I was going to go for the Procurve 10g but the suppliers wireless expert recommends the Netgear.
The 10g's are going for two for the price of one at some vendors and I thought there might be a reason for that... i.e. they aren't very good.
4th March 2008, 03:17 PM #21
I've always recommended netgear, as they have always been effcient - then again I have never used any other brand, except some foreign wireless Router which talktalk are dishing out to customers at the moment, I configured it for my parents.
4th March 2008, 05:52 PM #22
We have Linksys WRT54GL APs with DD-WRT on. Works a treat and lets you monitor them with RFlow Collector (or presumably other packages that understand Cisco Netflow format). We haven't noticed any stability problems running at the factory transmit levels.
Originally Posted by Geoff
8th March 2008, 04:45 PM #23
Can I just say that Misco have the HP Procurve 10ag on special at the moment! Buy one, get one free!
Originally Posted by Michael
Considering they are £90 each normally this has got to be a bargain, just had four delivered for my school.
10th March 2008, 01:43 PM #24
Thanks for the heads up FragglePete
10th March 2008, 02:18 PM #25
Another vote for Belkin running DD-WRT
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