[QUOTE=CDan;2534944]No such thing. Wireless coverage and performance is entirely dependent on your environment. External interference, internal interference, location of router vs location of APs, etc. etc, etc. No one router can claim superior performance, it’s purely trial and error. Some router antenna configurations claim to provide better coverage, but again it’s the specific environment that makes the most difference.
Wired Ethernet is hugely superior in every way and well worth the trouble.[/QUOTE]
No such thing as decent wireless coverage? That’s a bit extreme don’t you think?
I have used Netgear and Cisco in the past, but where one seems to be more reliable (Cisco) the other seems to need to be rebooted once a week or every 10 days to maintain broadcasting the network (Netgear).
The Cisco doesn’t actually have a visible antenna like the old Netgear and thus doesn’t seem to broadcast as well. Even if they are on different frequencies and in very similar locations when in use.