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I've just got my windows home server and I want to move my DVD copies to it (VOB files), but I'm not sure it will play across my current 10/100. In fact, the time it takes to transfer the VOB files has discouraged me from completing a test.

I'm not interested in converting all my video to any other format because this device is supposed to save me time, not waste it.

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I just ordered an Acer H340 Windows Home Server and chose the D-Link DIR-655 router to go with it. I've currently got a D-Link DGL-4300 router that has been very stable after some initial problems. I'm replacing it primarily because my new laptop supports 802.11n.

Also look at the TRENDnet TEW-633GR if you want to save a few bucks.

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Any of the Linksys Gigabit routers. I never have any problems with Linksys stuff. The DLink stuff should be good too, but I'm not a fan of their interface.

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I'm currently using this router and it's been very solid.

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I use the D-Link 4300 Wireless G Router with gig switch. It has been very solid for over 3 years now. I would look into the next gen, the D-Link 4500 Wireless N Router with gig switch. It rocks!

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