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Gigabit routers compatible with UMA

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On the assumption I do eventually upgrade to Infinity (see other recent posts) I need two things.  Gigabit ethernet and UMA compatibility.  I understand HH3 has only one gigabit port.  So how does that work with a gigabit ethernet connection to the HH3 from a PC and then to a gigabit NAS or other device.  Surely that needs two?  Have I missed something?  Also my present router nicely reboots everytime I attempt a UMA call.

 

So my question is can you recommend an alternative to HH3 that has at least two GB ports and is known to work with UMA?  Presently a Blackberry Torch 9800.  Alternatively if the HH3 can run a GB connection between PC and device 2, plus works with UMA can you confirm (despite the apparent lack of wall mount capability and the appearance, to me, of a plastic toy rather than a piece of technology Smiley Wink) as it would save me buying a new one.  Cheers in advance!

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HH3 is UMA compatable.
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Re: Gigabit routers compatible with UMA

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In respect of GB port, its a bit pointless really as it only has one. This will come in handy when FTTP exceeds 100mbps, other than that, i would just purchase a GB switch. I have a netgear unmanaged 8 port GB hub, it has always worked faultlessly, and its cheaper than investing in a router thats got more than one GB port!
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Same, just get a 1gb switch, also using a 8 port net gear, they are not expensive
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I'm pretty sure my netgear 3700 works with UMA. It also has 4 GigE ports.
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Thanks to everyone who replied so quickly.  It is much appreciated and wish I could have marked all as accepted solution.  I had not thought about the GB switch and that is a good idea.  I do not believe the HH3 can  be easily wall mounted which may end up being the reason for changing router.  Nevertheless a big help!