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The Buffalo WHR-G125 is a value-priced 802.11g router supporting 125* High Speed Mode wireless standard.

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Pros

125* High Speed Mode for improved speeds (up to 35% faster than 802.11g)

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Good firmware (stable, organized, fully featured)

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Inexpensive (~$45)

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Native DS Lite support

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AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS) simplifies security setup

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Cons

Difficult to see LED lights

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Trouble finding an IP address from upstream DNS servers (power the modem THEN the router)

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No gigabit ports (only 10/100)

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Flimsy plastic

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The Buffalo WHR-G125 is a value-priced 802.11g router supporting 125* High Speed Mode wireless standard. The 125* mode (aka SpeedBooster) claims to extend the speed of 802.11g by up to 35%, but Broadcom has found that real-world improvement are more in the range of 17%. This router includes 4 wired ports supporting supporting 10/100 Mbps transfer speeds. The WHR-G125 is a great value at around $45 bucks. It was released in May 2007 and along with its 802.11n big-brother, the Buffalo WZR2-G300N.

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