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Hi Experts,

It looks my D Link wireless router failed. I just confirmed while I troubleshooting Time Warner help desk.
I only have DSL and no cable TV. Since I work from home thru VPN, I want fast and reliable internet connection and I am willing to spend money for that. What are my best options(devices and DSL options etc...) out there?

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If you are referring to any residential broadband option, there is no guaranteed service. Many business class services offer SLA agreements guaranteeing availability and uptime, but not for residential services. You could install two different ISP services, install a dual wan router and have it failover to the second ISP if the primary fails.
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Ok, then could you recommend superior wireless performance router?
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