gotapex, you mentioned that after having the 2 antennas, the DIR-825B1 signal was definitely better than the Netgear WNDR3700.?
You also mentioned that you bought a Netgear WNDR3700, and that the Signal was significantly higher than the Dlink especially a good distance ... How well is the WNDR3700.?
It is true that apart from the problems of the firmware, which seems Netgear is working on a Fix, the WNDR3700 is the Ultimate-Router, as many have mentioned in the Netgear forum.?
If the Netgear WNDR3700 was better than DIR-825, why you want to continue using the DIR-825 and further says that the use of new antennas DIR-825 exceeds WNDR3700.?
I've noticed that other DIR-825 problems, and not just the signal range, the biggest problems I have are the performance and incompatibilities ... gotapex Do you have noticed other problems, appart the signal range or antennas.?
Unfortunately, I would like to inform all that after receiving my second antenna, I found that the signal DIR-825 is the same and now have also experienced the following problems:
-I have not noticed any change or increase in the range of the DIR-825 ... Worse yet, now the wireless connection is much more unstable than before.
-After installing the two new antennas the DIR-825 disconnects every 2-3 hours on the Internet ... It may be that they are interfering.?
I've been looking for information and complaints about the Netgear WNDR3700 in its Forum, and although I've also found too many complaints from users WNDR3700 is also true that these complaints are lower than with the DIR-825...
For all the above said, and as you can imagine, I have decided to return it my D-Link DIR-825, and will have to purchase a Netgear WNDR3700 to see if at least I get better signal and less problems.
With regard to Antennas, I will have talk to L-Com to see if I can return them.