Andrew's New Toy

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    We've just got an Airport Extreme at ready for the move to our new offices on Monday.

    It's by far the best router I have tried, just a shame it doesn't have a build in ADSL modem

    1. Caitlyn Imburgo [deleted] 95 months ago | reply

      Beautiful looking. I'm contemplating buying an Airport, but I had a lot of trouble with my Express so, I dunno.

    2. nathan makan 95 months ago | reply

      Definitely agree about it needing an ADSL modem.
      Most other routers have them these days :/

    3. Andrew* 95 months ago | reply

      It's not been 100% perfect but has more options and controls that any other router I have used plus does NAS and NAP just by plugging in a usb printer or a usb hard drive.

    4. darkomen 95 months ago | reply

      wo this is more cool than an apple tv!!!

      Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

    5. mikefranklin 95 months ago | reply

      also doesn't have gigabit ports, which all the macs do at this point...

    6. Leanda 95 months ago | reply

      Agreed, really does need a build in ADSL modem. But, since I installed mine in May I've not had to reboot it once. It's possibly the best router I've ever owned.

    7. OndraSoukup 95 months ago | reply

      Having the modem in just sucks...because ADSL sucks itself ;)

      I'm happy with having different components I can easily swap if anything fucks up...

      *knocks on 4 years old Motorola SurfBoard 5400 Cable modem which works all the time*

    8. Grayapple [deleted] 95 months ago | reply

      I think the reason it doesn't have an ADSL modem inside is because they don't want to have 2 products, the Airport DSL and Airport Cable.

    9. Andrew* 95 months ago | reply

      And since everyone gets a free modem with their provider usually too

    10. Sam Figueroa 93 months ago | reply

      I'm enjoying mine ever since I got it. I especially love the feature that lets you roam around the house while still being able to access external hard drives.

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