Belkin F5D7231-4P High-Speed Mode Wireless G Router with Built-In USB Print Server £19.99 @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Belkin F5D7231-4P High-Speed Mode Wireless G Router with Built-In USB Print Server £19.99 @ 7dayshop

£19.99 @ 7dayShop
The Belkin High-Speed Mode Wireless G Router with Built-In USB Print Server shares your broadband Internet access with your connected computers and enables them to print wirelessly to your USB printer…
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The Belkin High-Speed Mode Wireless G Router with Built-In USB Print Server shares your broadband Internet access with your connected computers and enables them to print wirelessly to your USB printer. With a Belkin Router as the central connection point of your network, your computers can share fi les and resources as well as print and get online, all at the same time.By achieving networking speeds that are faster than standard 802.11g, Belkin High-Speed Mode (HSM) networking products provide increased real-world networking speeds. This means you will see overall speed improvements in mixed-mode networking environments where other 802.11g devices may be present. HSM offers even faster speeds in pure HSM environments. HSM technology is interoperable with all other wireless devices

Product Features
Built-in 4-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch
Built-in NAT/SPI Firewall
Security - 64- and 128-bit WEP Data Encryption, and WPA with TKIP & AES
Using 802.11g, you can achieve up to 54Mbps
Backwards compatible with 802.11b equipment for a data transfer rate of up to 11Mbps

Please Note this Router comes in French Packaging but will work in the UK.
This does not have a modem built in, you need to connect your cable/dsl modem using rj-45.
mixed reviews http://www.amazon.com/Belkin-F5D7231-4P-High-Speed-Wireless-Router/product-reviews/B00067R3NE/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1
http://reviews.cnet.com/search-results/belkin-high-speed-mode/4507-5_7-31164286.html?tag=rnav
http://reviews.pricegrabber.com/wireless-networking/m/7317553/
instruction manual http://belkin.httpsvc.vitalstreamcdn.com/belkin_vitalstream_com/support/dl/f5d7231-4p.pdf
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#1
Good price, i'm hoping i can use to connect to my current router just to turn my printer wireless. Good find
#2
Ccontrol
Good price, i'm hoping i can use to connect to my current router just to turn my printer wireless. Good find


i recommend you read the manual before buying some multifuntion printer features such as scanner may not work.
product on the belkin site
http://www.belkin.com/uk/support/product/?lid=enu&pid=F5D7231uk4P&scid=282
check if your printer is compatiable first before purchase. i cant seem to find a compatiability list online if anyone else can please post it. alternatively contact belkin. the only link i can find is this which does not work http://web.belkin.com/support/printserver/list.asp
found a ne expert review here http://www.zdnet.com.au/reviews/coolgear/wireless/soa/Belkin-Wireless-G-Router-with-Built-in-USB-Print-Server/0,139023505,139252891,00.htm darn it this print server thing has vista compatiability issues only good for xp, curses vista.
#3
I need an ADSL router (Not Cable) but the info on site does'nt staete which they are (is it possible they work with both?) I got as far as payment but it did'nt give me the choice of type, any advice please?
The only info I could see was;

Product Group
ADSL / CABLE MODEMS / ROUTERS
#4
barriey
I need an ADSL router (Not Cable) but the info on site does'nt staete which they are (is it possible they work with both?) I got as far as payment but it did'nt give me the choice of type, any advice please?
The only info I could see was;

Product Group
ADSL / CABLE MODEMS / ROUTERS


"This does not have a modem built in, you need to connect your cable/dsl modem using rj-45."
#5
deathtrap3000
"This does not have a modem built in, you need to connect your cable/dsl modem using rj-45."


i typed that myself, not part of the product description btw, but yeah since it does not include a modem you have to use your own dsl or cable modem, refer to the manual posted and belkin site for more info. one of the reviewers says turning off hsm improves wifi so if you are reciving poor wirless connection try that.
#6
Computerman
i typed that myself, not part of the product description btw, but yeah since it does not include a modem you have to use your own dsl or cable modem, refer to the manual posted and belkin site for more info. one of the reviewers says turning off hsm improves wifi so if you are reciving poor wirless connection try that.


Yeh I know you typed it. Was just quoting it because its right.
#7
Would the usb for the printer also be able to attach a harddrive for sharing?
#8
Could I plug and Xbox into this and connect it to to my network instead of paying for a wireless adapter?

Great price anyway, Heat added.
#9
Croftybaby
Could I plug and Xbox into this and connect it to to my network instead of paying for a wireless adapter?

Great price anyway, Heat added.


Not sure whether you could via the USB, however most routers you can configure to run in bridge mode and certainly you can connect to XBL that way.
#10
cicobuff
Not sure whether you could via the USB, however most routers you can configure to run in bridge mode and certainly you can connect to XBL that way.


Thanks.
I was thinking of just using the ethernet cable into the router then send that to my main router using wireless if that makes sence.
1 Like #11
Croftybaby
Thanks.
I was thinking of just using the ethernet cable into the router then send that to my main router using wireless if that makes sence.


Yes, you could use any router that can be configured as a wireless bridge, including the wireless bridge that Belkin have as their "Wireless gaming adaptor" which morgan computers sell for 25 quid. And any router that can be configured to work as a bridge would work this way, ethernet out of your xbox, into the router and then its bridged (after configuring your main router password into the bridge) to work with your main router.

I personally just use one of those Wireless gaming adaptors Belkin produced, I got on clearance for 20 quid from Comet a year or so ago...but all that effectively is is a bridge with an intuitive interface.
#12
Ccontrol
Good price, i'm hoping i can use to connect to my current router just to turn my printer wireless. Good find


I dont think this supports bridge mode, certainly doesnt state it as a feature so would imagine not.
#13
mikeyp
I dont think this supports bridge mode, certainly doesnt state it as a feature so would imagine not.


If thats the case also would be useless for XBL
#14
I was looking at this last week. The Print Server part of this router is for Windows only, so can't be used with a Mac.
#15
i bought this last week for my kids, all thou it is a good product the instruction are in german i think all thou the installation cd is in english and there is an english manual tucked in a folder in on the cd in .pdf format so you well need to download and install abode reader first, other than that it was easy to up, step by step destructions on the cd.......... BUT you willl need to but a figure 8 power cable as the lead that it comes with is the 2 prong type (shaver style)
#16
cicobuff
If thats the case also would be useless for XBL


on installing the software and entering the router setup think it was 192.168.2.1 i am positive i so bridge options
#17
Croftybaby
Could I plug and Xbox into this and connect it to to my network instead of paying for a wireless adapter?

Great price anyway, Heat added.


yes it has 4 ports on the back to attach what ever you like but might need to have some ports opened for xbl to work proper once router is installed and working open web brouser and type in 192.168.2.1. and this lets you into the router and set up passwords and bridging and port forwarding and all that
#18
In that case not a bad buy, if bridging mode does work.
#19
stitch2005
i bought this last week for my kids, all thou it is a good product the instruction are in german i think all thou the installation cd is in english and there is an english manual tucked in a folder in on the cd in .pdf format so you well need to download and install abode reader first, other than that it was easy to up, step by step destructions on the cd.......... BUT you willl need to but a figure 8 power cable as the lead that it comes with is the 2 prong type (shaver style)


do yu have a list of compatiable printers?
#20
Hmmm very tempted by this, as I'm having trouble connecting to an Apple Airport Express router in a new house I've moved into.

Hopefully I can run a second ethernet cable from the modem to this router and get a wireless connection to my PC that doesn't constantly drop out.
#21
Computerman
do yu have a list of compatiable printers?


sorry no i dont and as the kids would just print everything off i have no intension of adding one lol
#22
Zerobob
Hmmm very tempted by this, as I'm having trouble connecting to an Apple Airport Express router in a new house I've moved into.

Hopefully I can run a second ethernet cable from the modem to this router and get a wireless connection to my PC that doesn't constantly drop out.


i am currently on virgin media 10mb running xbl, 1 main computer and 3 laptops all at the same time and no drop outs, xbl play's up a bit if downloading a large file at same time as playin live but thats to be expected on 10mb
#23
hopefully this might help you all

http://www.belkin.com/support/dl/f5d7231-4p.pdf
#24
stitch2005
i am currently on virgin media 10mb running xbl, 1 main computer and 3 laptops all at the same time and no drop outs, xbl play's up a bit if downloading a large file at same time as playin live but thats to be expected on 10mb


Thanks for the info.

I think I'm currently having problems because the router I'm connecting to is an Apple router, and optimised or whatever for connecting to Apple PCs and also allows for seamless streaming of iTunes among other things.

I'm going to try and get a more solid connection working tonight, but I just hope this router doesn't go out of stock before then.
#25
Zerobob
Thanks for the info.

I think I'm currently having problems because the router I'm connecting to is an Apple router, and optimised or whatever for connecting to Apple PCs and also allows for seamless streaming of iTunes among other things.

I'm going to try and get a more solid connection working tonight, but I just hope this router doesn't go out of stock before then.


if your not bothered about the printer server then there is plenty of these in stock

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=106486
#26
stitch2005
if your not bothered about the printer server then there is plenty of these in stock

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=106486


heres one with adsl modem http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=106497
#27
for those who still want to buy this check back soon. 7dayshop page says "STOCK : ON ORDER".

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