If you're planning to upgrade to a router that uses the 802.11n standard, I would wait until there are more true 802.11n routers on the market. The 802.11n standard was finally published less than 3 months ago so products based on this standard are still in production. Lots of routers were produced using different drafts of this standard. I wouldn't recommend buying anything based on a draft standard because changes were always being made. My advice: wait.
I don't think I'm alone when I say I'd like to see more and more planets fall under the ruthless domination of our solar system.
I got the DIR-825 Xtreme N Dual Band Gigabit Router
It puts out 2 bands at the same time. One is at 2.4 and the other at 5. The weird thing is that the 2.4 seems to have a stronger signal. It's probably over-kill but my other one lasted a LONG time. Tomorrow I may play around with the Qos to see if I should make any changes since I'm using voip.
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