On Oct 10, 2005, at 2:42 PM, Steven Rogers wrote: > > Initial cost might not be the most important thing, since a > troublesome router can waste tons of your time. Netgear is probably > OK. Linksys used to be good, but the quality is unreliable now, though > their manuals are reasonably well written. SMC has quality gear, but > the manuals are just horrible. I'm not really up on the latest on > D-link and Belkin. You can usually get a good idea by looking through > the review sites. Asanté makes routers that are reliable and their documentation, both online and in hard copy, is particularly Macintosh friendly. One does not have to know any of the geeky networking stuff. Check their documentation and products at http://www.asante.com . Al Poulin Anger, hate, and revenge are for the devil, forgiveness is for God, proactive self-defense is for the rest of us.