You can purchase any D-Link, Linksys, Airport, etc wireless router to get them on the Internet.
They will all provide you with fine performance, and should all cost about the same amount.
Well, I am going to differ with you on that. Actually when you have a Hughes Satellite Internet connection and you install D-Link, not only does it not finish installing, it crashes completely. Then you find that it has wiped out your internet connection in some obscure way. You’ll end up calling Hughes for sure.
What I don’t understand is, if your software can’t finish installing, why don’t you put things back the way you found them? And why doesn’t it ask you if you have a Satellite Connection?
I think the people at D-Link are careless, and poor at their jobs. I was a programmer for 12 years and I would never have installed software that would have left my client’s network in a shambles. Good God. What do these people do with their time?