Yup it comes in 3 flavours depending on what wireless features you want.
I have the 2750n and it has been fantastic in the first month,
So far it has stayed up for over 2 weeks in one go and then that was spoilt by me restarting it when the exchange in Birmingham went funny.
I'm using a Belkin N Wireless Router F5D8236-4 because HH3 wont work with DLNA.
got one of these last week http://www.edimax.com/en/produce_detail.php?pd_id=371&pl1_id=24&pl2_id=89 working like a charm. wireless is good,fairly cheap ( mine cost £17.99 )easy setup & comes with options to please your inner geek
I have been using TP-LINK WR841N works fine been running 3 days solid might not sound long but compared to the BT one which either slowed down or i had to reboot every day.
Billion 7402NX certainly works, used this previously with ADSL2+ but can be switched to EWAN instead of ADSL mode and has the added benefit of 3G dongle USB connection for auto-fallover.
The combined units with built-in VDSL modem would be better still IMO but are very expensive.
I'm using a NETGEAR ProSafe SRXN3205 as a replacement for the Home Hub 3.
From a factory reset state, the router's administration interface is on http://192.168.1.1 and the minimum configuration is to set the "ISP Login" using "firstname.lastname@example.org" for the Login/username and anything/something (not blank) for the Password. After a short period of time (maybe 10-30 seconds), the Monitoring page will show that the connection has been established.
am i the only person that thinks it bang out of order that we should have to pay major £££££ to replace the sub standard equiptment they are providing ?????????