Re: Linksys or Netgear
- From: Mike Easter <MikeE@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 07:47:38 -0700
Mike EasterAnthonyL wrote:
my supplier has special offers on:What does 'my supplier' mean in this context?
Why would you be limiting your shopping in any way based on whatever your 'supplier' is offering 'on special'?
PS I tend to buy from suppliers that are easy to buy from in terms ofThose very considerations are the numerous reasons that I buy most of my electronic goods including routers from my local electronics store.
any credit terms, returns policy, guarantees, customer service, goods
delivery tracking etc etc, and one of these suppliers is offering the
products I am looking at.
That store has an excellent returns policy; shortly after purchase the return policy is basically 'no questions asked' - that is, the item doesn't even have to be broken, just that it turned out that I didn't want it after all. Then there is a significantly longer period in which I can return an item and get a refund or a replacement because of problems with the device.
And thus and especially there is no problem about shipping costs or return shipping considerations both of which are huge considerations for something which might not work satisfactorily in your environment.
I also don't understand why you say this:
> I'll be buying two units, one will be primarily a router and the other
> will primarily be an AP, but it suits for redundancy purposes to have
> two identical units.
That sounds to me like you think that the same device, the DSL modem/router can be used as an access point, as if it were multifunctional in both those capacities.
What does the above cited sentence mean?
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