I'm looking for a router that will work hopefully with low maintainance.
I have had a number of routers and i currently have a D-link G-604T
This is an aging router and I'm looking to replace it with a wireless G or Draft-N router with the best range possible.
"Draft n" may have certain advantages, but it should be considered a temporary solution. In truth, "draft n" = "not n" since the 802.11n specification has not been agreed, let alone released. It (draft n) has issues that means that it MUST be changed before the "real" 802.11n is released (primarily it causes interference with existing 802.11g networks - you won't be popular with your neighbors).
If you need / desire / can't live without the claimed advantages of draft-n then at least be an informed consumer: the advantages are real but over-hyped, and, there is no guarantee the draft-n routers, etc., will be upgradeable to the final standard (in fact, with some manufacturers, it can be guaranteed they CANNOT be upgraded). Plus, you would probably need to stick with same-manufacturer equipment for routers, adapters, etc.
Personally, I'd stick with standard 802.11g & stay away from MIMO and draft-n for now. But, YMMV.
I do like Buffalo equipment. D-Link also makes good routers.
Iceblue is going to like this, I'm agreeing with his opinions on 11n. It will proabably late in 2007 before the 11n is ratified, maybe longer with all of the problems they are having. The current course indicates they did not learn much from the 11b to g transition. I only expect it to get worst.
I use a Netgear router, wired, with a standalone AP. Don't like combo units.