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Belkin 802.11g Wireless Modem Router and Usb Adapter Bundle (F5D7632uk4 / F5D7050uk) - £44.97 delivered @ Amazon !

Edit: now reduced to £34.97 delivered

Suitable for ADSL broadband (BT, TalkTalk etc.)

Description : Connect your wired and wireless desktop computers and notebooks to your Belkin Wireless G Modem Router to share your broadband Internet access. The Modem Router also lets your computers quickly and efficiently share large files, printers and hard drives. Our advanced security protects connected computers from unwanted intruders. You can add up to 32 computers to your Wireless Network with additional desktop and notebook adapters. The Wireless G USB Adapter connects your desktop or notebook computer to your wireless network. With a wireless router as the central connection point for your network, your computers can share files, printers and hard drives quickly and reliably and - via a DSL Modem - broadband access to the Internet.
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#1
now reduced to £34.97 delivered :)
#2
Will it work with xbox live?
1 Like #3
I have had this for over 2 years now. Works perfectly with the 360, PS3 and the Wii

Excellent bit of kit. Only having to replace it now as I need an ADSL2 router. Voted hot as this is great!

Tho I must say, the adapter is **** imo.
#4
pakichan
I have had this for over 2 years now. Works perfectly with the 360, PS3 and the Wii

Excellent bit of kit. Only having to replace it now as I need an ADSL2 router. Voted hot as this is great!

Tho I must say, the adapter is **** imo.


Thanks for the help pakichan, rep added.
#5
read all the amazon reviews it's at this price for a reason not a very good prouct
#6
pricelunitic
read all the amazon reviews it's at this price for a reason not a very good prouct


I use these routers regually with many customers, never had a single problem.

Steve
#7
pricelunitic
read all the amazon reviews it's at this price for a reason not a very good prouct


ive got one of these, works fine, never had a problem with it
#8
i also have one of these and have no problem with it , but have a diffrent adapter in use with it .
#9
The only problem with the router is that every so often you will need to reset it because the internet becomes inacessable.
#10
deathtrap3000
The only problem with the router is that every so often you will need to reset it because the internet becomes inacessable.


I have the same issue! thought it was just mine....
#11
deathtrap3000
The only problem with the router is that every so often you will need to reset it because the internet becomes inacessable.


Having similar problem with my Netgear DSL modem..

Restarting my laptop solves the problem :)
#12
deathtrap3000
The only problem with the router is that every so often you will need to reset it because the internet becomes inacessable.


Same problem with my Linksys router as well :evil:
#13
I have had my Belkin router for a year and it started disconnecting all the time. I sent it back to Belkin under their "lifetime guarantee" and they sent me a brand new one. Prior to this i have also sent back 2 adapters to them as they had broke and they also replaced them with brand new ones. No questions asked on any occassions
#14
Doesn't support ADSL2/2+ though, whereas this slightly cheaper (£33.68 delivered) Ebuyer one does (£25 if you can get the Google Checkout discount - you can add batteries to get your order up to £30).

No adaptor though with that one, so if you need one the Belkin is your best bet.
banned#15
i got one of these given to me by a mate.he now has adsl2.ive had no problems with it neither did he infact using it just now,definately aright for the money!;-)
#16
Do u need the usb adaptor to work with the Wii?
#17
alan_g1877
Do u need the usb adaptor to work with the Wii?


No. The Wii has built in Wireless. But oddly, not ethernet.
#18
Bought this router from Curries a couple of weeks ago and coudn't get the dongle working. Took it back and got a replacement, which also didn't work. Spent thirty minutes on the phone to Belkin and they couldn't work it out. I then looked at the reviews on Amazon which were very damming. Back to Curries, money back. Voted cold.
#19
GB603560
Bought this router from Curries a couple of weeks ago and coudn't get the dongle working. Took it back and got a replacement, which also didn't work. Spent thirty minutes on the phone to Belkin and they couldn't work it out. I then looked at the reviews on Amazon which were very damming. Back to Curries, money back. Voted cold.


You're voting it cold coz you couldn't get an obviously not faulty product working?

Ok then.
#20
I'm quite far from my exchange and my experience is that some routers are better then others at staying connected on the outer reaches of the exchange.
#21
I will never install a Belkin router in a customers house ever again due to all the problems with various types....resetting itself back to factory defaults, poor signal range, constant disconnects, outright failure.

yeah, they get replaced withot any problem from Belkin, but I would rather have a router that works and does not need sending back.

The Linksys wag200g which was £33 delivered at Amazon a few weeks back, currently £37.99 there, but £36.99 at ebuyer currently, is a far superior product than this....

USB dongles are also rubbish (imo).

edit: Amazon now doing wag200g at £36.99 also.
#22
I've had one of these for over 2 yrs now and apart from having to reset it maybe 3 times it's been trouble free. I live in a town house on 3 floors and I have it connected to the desktop by ethernet cable, xbox 360 by a belkin bridge unit, ps3, laptop and internet radio by wireless. Looks like a bargain at that price, as well as the bonus of the tech support being on a freephone number. ;-)
#23
Does this price include the Wireless USB adaptor/dongle thingy?

I have clicked on the link, and at Amazon site it appears this IS NOT included in the Bundle..........

Can someone please clarify, as I am not sure :whistling:

THANKS in advance :thumbsup:
#24
Are wireless routers hard to set up?
I'm fairly advanced with the old pc knowledge but always been too scared to buy one in case they are. I've set up my orange and bt home hub in the past no probs (both on wireless n wired to pcs and my consoles).

Just wondered if these where any more tricky to set up?

Just that most ISP's offer a lower priced package if you don't want their Router.I'm currently with BT. Any help would be appreciated :)
#25
focux007
Are wireless routers hard to set up?
I'm fairly advanced with the old pc knowledge but always been too scared to buy one in case they are. I've set up my orange and bt home hub in the past no probs (both on wireless n wired to pcs and my consoles).

Just wondered if these where any more tricky to set up?

Just that most ISP's offer a lower priced package if you don't want their Router.I'm currently with BT. Any help would be appreciated :)

If you have a homehub then you can use it with other providers by unlocking with different firmware, this is easy to do see here http://www.the-scream.co.uk/forums/t22917.html? the warning makes it seem scary but its easy to do.

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