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ZoneLabs Router - anyone know anything useful about it?

I was considering the ZoneLabs router (division of Check Point). It is an 802.11b/g not a draft N but has a nice range spec. Is anyone familiar with it?

Thanks
Phil

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Look up reviews on it.

In reply to: ZoneLabs Router - anyone know anything useful about it?

Nothing seems to stand out as "gotta have." Let me share I use the routers at home and office that we installed OpenWRT since it beats the usual names for stability and features.
Bob

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Indefinite pronouns

In reply to: Look up reviews on it.

Bob
You put up many good posts but your response was a little vague for me:
Did you mean "I use the [ZoneLabs] routers at home and office [now] that we installed OpenWRT since it [OpenWRT or ZoneLabs router] beats the usual names for stability and features."

Thanks

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I left out names on purpose.

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Let me try blunt.

1. We use routers we can install OpenWrt on.
2. Looking over the ZA router reviews, I see no reason to have one.

Bob

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