Belkin Enhanced N150 Wireless N Modem/Router Starter Kit - Includes Free Wireless N USB Adapter - £25.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop - HotUKDeals
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Connecting the Enhanced Wireless Modem Router to your ADSL line lets you share your broadband internet account with all your networked computers. Now you can quickly and efficiently exchange documents, share resources and stream digital music throughout your network.

For the most reliable network performance, and to achieve coverage ideal for a home or office pair this router with the Belkin Enhanced USB adapter (Sold Separately). The combination provides a wireless experience perfect for sharing your internet connection, surfing the web and demanding network applications.

The Enhanced N150 range is 802.11b & g certified and based on the 802.11n technology. This range will give you 802.11n performance up to 150Mbps at an even more affordable price.

- 4 Ethernet Ports for Wired Connections
- Supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup Push button for simple wireless security setup
- Compatible with ADSL, ADSL 2 & ADSL 2+
- Easy setup Assistant and troubleshooting with Network Status Display
- Free 24/7 technical support (local rates apply)
- Manufacturer's Lifetime Warranty

System Requirements:
- Active ADSL Broadband Connection with RJ11 (via filter)
- At least one computer with an installed network interface card and adapter
- TCP/IP networking protocol installed on each computer
- Internet Browser

What's In The Box
Enhanced Wireless Modem Router
Enhanced Wireless USB Network Adapter
Quick Installation Guide
Setup Assistant CD
Power Supply
RJ45 Ethernet Networking Cable
RJ11 Phone Line Cord
ADSL In-Line Filter
(User Manual on CD-ROM)

Specifications:
Standards - IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3
Operating Range - Up to 1000ft/300m
LED's - Security, Wired, Wireless, Router, ADSL, Internet
Maximum Users - 253 (LAN), 16 (WAN)
Wireless Security - Wi-Fi Protected Setup WPA, WPA2-Personal 64-bit, 128-bit WEP encryption
Compatible with: ADSL, ADSL 2, ADSL 2+ 802.11b, 802.11g
VPN Support - PPTP, IPSec pass-through
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#1
Unless someone else proves me wrong... That is very good for the price. Perfect for home networks.
#2
Friend bought one of these from Amazon at c£25. It was totally flakey with the LED indicator lights having minds of their own. It was then I found how typically poor the online reviews of this particular model were, and advised him to get a refund not replacement. Think you'd be best aiming for a "real" N model rather than this "half N" pre802.11n-standards one.
MKD
#3
I have this router kit and have used it for over 18 months with no problem, I got it on a deal for £39.99, which was a great price. This is an absolute steal.


Edited By: alex1234 on Feb 19, 2011 17:12
#4
I made the mistake of buying a Belkin Router for myself after a bad experience with one I installed for my parents which was eventually replaced by something that just worked; SMC.
I appreciate that statistically my experience is an irrelevance but I have to wonder why there are so many cheap deals for Belkin routers with or without a USB dongle bundled.
Mine is a ‘proper’ N300 router but was bundled with an N150 dongle which I was aware of but still seems inappropriate; I already have an N300 USB dongle so wasn’t concerned.
I was basically seduced by the low price of £36 (Scan Today Only) for an N300 ADSL router plus N150 dongle but in the morning I just felt cheap.
#5
it is an ok router for basic stuff, however if you have multiple pc connected to it, it doesnt provides QoS to share the bandwidth.

From my personal experience Belkin router has a habit of disconnect itself from the internet due to overload or overheated

Edited By: mulmul on Feb 19, 2011 17:55
1 Like #6
mulmul
it is an ok router for basic stuff, however if you have multiple pc connected to it, it doesnt provides QoS to share the bandwidth.

From my personal experience Belkin router has a habit of disconnect itself from the internet due to overload or overheated


I am just about ready to fire my belkin n router out the window. Looses wireless connection almost every night needing total reboot. No firmware update since 2009. This is very cheap though, just depends on what value you place your sanity at, I personally have had my fill of belkin and won't be buying any more of their sub standard products.
#7
I bought this from Maplin for £34.99 some time back. Was a pain in the ass to set up and 2 days later, the power supply went bust. Returned it immediately and randomly, plonked 60 quid on eBay for an Airport Express. Expensive but perfect piece of kit to date.
#8
Would this be compatible with SKY Broadband?
#9
Decent as a wireless access point?
1 Like #10
I never buy Belkin - always trouble.
#11
I have had a Belkin router for about 6 months now and its rubbish. It locks up randomly and needs a reboot and it has very limited functionality. Will be replacing it very shortly!
#12
Vast majority of Belkin stuff looks great but shoddily built and performs poorly.

They're the Citroen of the computer world.

Looking for cheap and reliable? Get D-Link every time.

More fussed about looks but would rather not have to throw it out after a week? Go for Apple as mentioned above.
#13
Belkin, no thanks. Complete tosh in my experience..
#14
I'd avoid belkin at all cost. Bought wireless n 300 6 months ago. Lasted a month then was nothing but trouble and constantly disconnected. This was replaced and second one developed a different fault. Didn't even bother exchanging, binned, best place for it
#15
Belkin is one to avoid sorry.
#16
Belkin also here a absolute pile of crud....went and splashed on a Billion and all is great you get what you pay for in the router world in my experiance anything sub £60 is a hit or miss gamble..


Oh yeah and 7 dayshop's returns system is a complete joke...
Hk

Edited By: hkphooey on Feb 20, 2011 07:35
#17
Damn. Didn't realise belkin were so pants. That might explain why I have so many issues with mine. Wish I'd known before I bought it. Disconnects, poor wifi reliability etc.
#18
Agharta - Feb 19, 2011 17:45
I made the mistake of buying a Belkin Router for myself after a bad experience with one I installed for my parents which was eventually replaced by something that just worked; SMC.
I appreciate that statistically my experience is an irrelevance but I have to wonder why there are so many cheap deals for Belkin routers with or without a USB dongle bundled.
Mine is a ‘proper’ N300 router but was bundled with an N150 dongle which I was aware of but still seems inappropriate; I already have an N300 USB dongle so wasn’t concerned.
I was basically seduced by the low price of £36 (Scan Today Only) for an N300 ADSL router plus N150 dongle but in the morning I just felt cheap.


Great last few words! We've all been there, irrespective of our wireless ADSL router purchases!

(_;)
1 Like #19
I'm starting to think I have been quite lucky with mine... We have four PCs and use a LOT of bandwith and I've never had a problem.

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