I'm looking for a fairly straightforward ADSL2 / ADSL2+ router/modem. Since I spent some time recently trying to identify and isolate what turned out to be an external telephone line problem (since fixed by BT), I'm looking for a router/modem which has a useful diagnostic log which can at least give me a record of when drop-outs have occurred.
Until recently, I have been using a Buffalo WBMR-G125, but this has started to be unreliable, losing connection almost daily. And I have generally found its diagnostic log to be pretty much useless, with minimal content, clearing after every reconnect, and no way of telling how long a connection has been up for. I am now using an older BT 2100 Voyager - ADSL1 - which has no diagnostic log that I can find, but it at least reports how long the connection has been up for (currently over 9 days so far).
Apart from a reasonable logging facility, all I require is a solid, reliable, disinclined-to-overheat ADSL2 / ADSL2+ router modem. Wireless is optional, since I rarely use that and have a repeater for that purpose should I need it.
Any suggestions folks?