I have thought about a 2 wire but I should have bought one at the time when boxed unused ones were available.
Nowadays on Ebay they all seem to be used models missing their power supplies for some reason.
I wouldn't like to pay out good money for a door-stop.
I have recently tried a Bipac 7700N which was a dismal failure until it blew up after about a week.
It wouldn't re-connect automatically when it lost sync and Billion UK sent me a firmware update within a couple of hours. This made it connect through thick and thin and the actual download speed dropped to below 1 Mb/s at night. After a couple more days it got mad hot and gave up the ghost. It went back to Amazon sharpish.
The exchange uses Infineon chipsets according to a Thomson router I had and the Billion and the Netgear use Broadcom chipsets. The Belkin uses a Infineon chipset which explains why it syncs at a much higher speed.
Unfortunately it keeps loosing it's security settings and I've lost cofidence in it.
Any ideas anyone on a decent modem router which uses a Infineon chipset and which doesn't cost a small fortune ?
Edited by towdgeezer (Mon 24-Sep-12 15:57:07)