From: "Adrian Urquhart" <adrian at urquhart dash consultancy dot com>
> "Andrew Greenwood" <lists at silverblade dot co dot uk> wrote:
>> Ah... I've owned several bits of D-Link kit and none of them have
>> lived up to their expectations. My old DSL-500 router kept crashing,
>> my DES-1008D switch doesn't perform very well and doesn't like being
>> connected to other switches, and I tried using D-Link equipment for a
>> wireless network over a long distance and it kept messing up - other
>> brands worked fine.
> I must admit to having had varied results with D-Link kit. The 300T is
> working fine, but lives in a relatively cold room. A wireless LAN
> installed at a client is getting ripped out asap - it falls over if you
> glance at it sharply.
D-link is some of the most heat sensitive equipment I have ever seen.
Breaking out the "tabs" to give more holes for venting helps a lot. I small
CPU fan would probably be a godsend. Or, just get something that works the
first time. That said, I still have a few d-link APs out there.