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  1. Greetings, I have an Actiontec router from Verizon Fios. It is very buggy with UPNP devices as well as other network devices. Anyone else have issues, or is it just me? I'm having trouble with my Sonore Rendu (just checked by them, and its working fine) as well as with printers and NAS drives. They work sometimes, but then I need to reboot, clear out the DNS table, etc etc to get them up again. I'm about to go down the route of getting my own router, but its some extra work and cost I'd rather avoid. Any hints, or should I just dump their router? Many thanks, Matt