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    can anyone give me some intel on this?
    http://www.dse.com.au/cgi-bin/dse.st...ct/View/XH6311
    would it work well/ have enough capacity to run the wii online?
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    I dont know about that particular router but ive had bad experiences with d-link personally i would pick a linksys wrt54g its around the same price and in my mind alot better.

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    cant find that perticular linksys but there all around $130-$190 mark.

    wat problems did you have with the d-link, were they on the wii or just internet related? cuz the guy at dick smiths said that router should work fine and if not just return it.
    and thanks for the reply's dood, i'm not a complete hack at computers but i'm not used to this wireless crap.
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    I'd say no as well, It would be able to work with the Wii, but I'm not a fan of D-Link either. The Linksys router No Smoking pointed out, can only operate at a maximum of 54 Mbps, where the Netgear one i pointed out can operate at a maximum of 108 Mbps, and the site I'm looking at, there both the same price...

    http://www.umart.com.au

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    none in victoria dammit.
    can someone find me a link to something in melbourne possibleh.
    but i dont need anything flashy i just want something that'll be easy to connect up and run my wii online for the updates, i dont need it to be superfast
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    d-link i found that they can be hard to work with also with my wired d-link i lost my internet quite offend never tried a d-link wireless though but i know alot of people who arent very happy with them.

    Try this link
    http://staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/sear...max=&links=100
    its basically the cheapest price found in vic. static ice is a good website if your looking for computer related parts it basically searches all the computer shops in australia or in this case vic.

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    just noticed the wrt54gc comes up in that search too i not sure how good that is but i recommend getting either the wrt54g or the wrt54gl (btw when i said my friend hacked it that is not required its still a good router hacked or stock)

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    That site is the shiznitz man.

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    what extra options did you get from 'hacking' it?

    Oh BTW, heres a link to the Netgear one...

    http://www.centrecom.com.au/catalog/...ducts_id=14355

    and store locations, not sure how close they are to you...

    http://www.centrecom.com.au/catalog/locations.php
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    cheers that helps, my dad knows about all this stuff cuz he works for the abc he's an editor abd he'll probly know some computer place that sells them cheap.

    so do you have that perticular router connected to your wii?
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