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Review: D-Link DIR-655 Wireless Router

by Michael on December 30, 2010 · 2 comments

This review has been a long time coming, but I thought I’d go ahead and put it out there… Better late than never, right? The short version is that we’ve had the D-Link DIR-655 wireless router for a bit over a year, and we love it.

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Belkin N+ Wireless Router Drops Connections

by Michael on February 7, 2010 · 0 comments

Last fall, we got a Belkin N+ wireless router. After we got the initial kinks worked out (including a near-impossible firmware update) and got over the fact that it won’t work with HFS+ hard drives, we started running into problems with dropped connections, especially on my wife’s MacBook.

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We recently replaced our HP LaserJet 1200 with a Brother 2170W wireless laser printer. The new printer arrived today, so I thought I’d share some tips for setting it up to work in a Mac environment.

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This is just a quick followup to my previous post about the Belkin N+ wireless router. While I’ve been able to get my firmware problems sorted out, I’ve run into another snag with this otherwise excellent router.

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I just picked up a new Belkin N+ wireless router. This is an 802.11n router with four gigabit ethernet ports as well as a USB port for attaching an external hard drive. All in all, it seems like a very nice wireless router. I did, however, run into a semi-major snag while setting it up.

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