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Old 04-18-03, 01:28 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Microsoft wired router for $19.99 AR


Decent deal...not the best but pretty good deal for a pretty good router.

http://www.circuitcity.com/detail.js...&catoid=-10265

circuit city has a 4-port Microsoft wired router for $69.99 with free shipping..then there are a total of $50 MIR's you can send in which makes the cost after rebate $19.99.....plus 3 1st class stamps..
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I've heard from people at my work that Microsoft networking hardware has a tendency to not work.

We sold about 5 of their switches and had 4 come back defective, then we did a little testing of our own, and then pulled them off the shelves.

For some reason the switch needed to be rebooted every 10 minutes or so...possibly running windows.
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Yeah, I don't know if I'd go with the MS stuff either. Mainly because of lack of options. I'm a strong supporter of Linksys. Top quality product there.

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Yeah, I don't know if I'd go with the MS stuff either. Mainly because of lack of options. I'm a strong supporter of Linksys. Top quality product there.
Especially since Cisco bought them out now...my Linksys has been going strong till I got my new DSL server which doesn't seem to like my Linksys router...time for a new router....*sigh*..
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