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routers work with any provider. It's the modem you want to make sure is compatible. I use this router with a modem that Charter provided, so yes the router will work.
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Does this router work with (Linux) Ubuntu? Does it matter which OS I use to set it up, or is it strictly a browser-based set up? Aug 2, 2014
It's just an all purpose router. Works for computers, phones, tablets, games, security systems - everything. BTW, I've had it in place for about a month now, and it's giving me full house-wide coverage. I do some video streaming and it works fine. There's really no set-up to it unless you want to change your SSID and password. A router is a router is a router, and I'm not looking for special features, so this one is just fine for me.
is it possible to use this as a "wifi extender or repeater" to extend the range of my current router? May 8, 2014
I believe what you are looking for is an "access point". Personally I don't know if you can use it for this purpose.
Does anyone know how many watts this uses, or alternately, how many volts and amps are listed on the power adapter? Dec 30, 2013
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Hello, I live in the country and Sudden link is my ISP provider. I have 2 Windows 7 laptops and 0ne Windows 8 as well as one Kindle fire used on my network. I just had Sudden link tech out to try to solve my slow download times. The tech said I had an... Aug 18, 2013
Purchase a "n". Stsy away from d-link company. The tech support caused more problems snd then trief to get me to give them $200+ to fix them!