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Two routers but which is better?

Discussion in 'Computers, Smartphones & Tablets' started by Scrazy129, Jun 10, 2014.

  1. Scrazy129

    Scrazy129 Rootin' Tootin'

    Jul 28, 2001

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    Ubee DDW2600 vs Netgear wgt624v3

    I've had my Netgear router for years but my cable guy told me that I'm going to need to upgrade. I was offered the Ubee router for free from a friend. Is this a step up?
  2. seth-magic

    seth-magic is best-magic Premium Member

    Feb 22, 2002

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    That all depends on what you intend to use your router for.

    Things to consider:

    - Internet Service
    - Type of Modem
    - Wireless network vs wired network
    - How fast you want data to be transferred in your local network
    - Features you want/need (i.e. Firewall, VPN, VLAN, DD-WRT etc) - though, pretty sure both these routers are only going to really provide firewall.