Belkin G Wireless ADSL Modem Router with Easy Set Up & 54Mbps Transfer Speed (F5D7634uk4-H) now only £8.99 delivered @ Play (Warranty: Lifetime) - HotUKDeals
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The G Wireless Modem Router is perfect for setting up a simple wireless network that has the range to easily cover a small office or apartment. Its speeds are ideal for handling basic networking applications such as sharing your high-speed Internet connection with all your computers, surfing the web, emailing, and instant messaging-all while relaxing on the couch in your home.Connect your wired and wireless desktop computers and notebooks to your Belkin G Wireless Modem Router to share your broadband Internet access. Now you can quickly and easily share documents, surf the web, chat with friends, and email. The advanced security protects both your wireless and wired computers from hackers and intruders.The G Wireless Modem Router is the central connection point of your wireless network. Position your Belkin Modem Router in between your Broadband ADSL line and your computer to start sharing your broadband Internet access.
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Specifications
* Wireless Technology: Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b/g
* Antenna Range: 121.92 m
* Frequency Band/Bandwidth: 2400 MHz to 2483 MHz IEEE 802.11b/g ISM Band
* Channels: 1 to 13 IEEE 802.11b/g Europe
* Transmission Speed: 54 Mbps
* Transmission Speed Details:
* 54 Mbps Auto-fallback @ IEEE 802.11g
* 6 Mbps IEEE 802.11g
* 11 Mbps Auto-fallback @ IEEE 802.11b
* 1 Mbps IEEE 802.11b
* Wireless Security:
* 64/128/-bit WEP
* 256-bit WPA
* 256-bit WPA2
* TKIP
* AES
* WPA-PSK
* Interfaces/Ports:
* 4 x RJ-45 10/100Base-TX Network Auto-negotiating LAN
* 1 x RJ-11 ADSL Network WAN
* Media & Performance
* Connectivity Media:
* 10/100Base-TX Twisted Pair
* Phone Cable
* Data Transfer Rate:
* 1.25 MB/s Ethernet
* 12.50 MB/s Fast Ethernet
* 3 MB/s ADSL2+ Downstream
* Management & Protocols
* Management:
* Web Based Management
* DHCP
* Remote Management
* Security Features:
* NAT
* MAC Address Filtering
* SPI Firewall
* VPN Pass-Through
* IP Spoofing
* Land Attack
* RADIUS Server
* Ping of Death (PoD)
* URL Blocking
* IP Filtering
* DMZ Host
* Denial of Service (DoS)
* IP with Zero Length
* Smurf Attack
* TCP Null Scan
* SYN Flood
* UDP Flooding
* Tear Drop Attack
* ICMP Defect
* RIP Defect
* Fragment Flooding
* Miscellaneous
* Package Contents:

* F5D7634UK4A-H Wireless G Modem Router
* Setup Assistant CD
* Power Supply
* Quick Installation Guide
* RJ45 Ethernet Networking Cable
* RJ11 Phone Line Cord
* ADSL In-Line Filter
* User Manual on CD-ROM
* Certifications & Standards:
* CE 0682
* CE
* EN 60950-1
* EN 300 328
* ETS 300 826
* Green Compliance: Yes
* Green Compliance Certificate/Authority: WEEE
* Standard Warranty: Lifetime

Edited By: andywedge on Jan 06, 2011 14:35
1 Like #2
These wirelless G modem/routers are taking a serious price nose dive at the moment with the new N standard taking over. For the average home user however this is still more than adequate and a real bargin, although Belkin kit gets mixed reviews. Heat added.
#3
Can't believe how cheap these are getting.
#4
I'm a bit of a novice on this but I have wired broadband and have just purchased a laptop that is wireless. Is this all that I need to change my broadband to wireless??? Heat added.
#5
STEVEB72
I'm a bit of a novice on this but I have wired broadband and have just purchased a laptop that is wireless. Is this all that I need to change my broadband to wireless??? Heat added.

yes.. just plug your cable that goes to your laptop to this router .. it will emit the wireless signals although it will be unsecured.. follow router manual to set up a password...
#6
sweet, ordered 2 as spares for home, or friends,family!
#7
Could i use this as my Talk talk router, as the router talk talk provided is broke! Help would be aprreciated guys! :)
#8
Thanks ordered 1 now
bsb007
STEVEB72
I'm a bit of a novice on this but I have wired broadband and have just purchased a laptop that is wireless. Is this all that I need to change my broadband to wireless??? Heat added.
yes.. just plug your cable that goes to your laptop to this router .. it will emit the wireless signals although it will be unsecured.. follow router manual to set up a password...
1 Like #9
backblast
Could i use this as my Talk talk router, as the router talk talk provided is broke! Help would be aprreciated guys! :)

Yeah no reason why at all. To my knowledge the only ISP that "might " cause an issue is AOL, but apart from that you should be good to go
#10
£9 jeez, you cant go wrong at that, good spot OP
#11
Last time this offer was up for grabs I got a Belkin FSD7231 (c.f. this model). It was obviously a return as it simply didn't work reliably. I investigated and discovered that the mains power supply that came with it simply wasn't up to the job - it couldn't provide the current that puppy needed, which caused it to crash.
When I used a properly sized power supply it worked fine. So if you do get one of these and it doesn't work and you fancy tinkering - check the on-load voltage
#12
my orders gone to "packing" already.

One good thing to backup the arguement this isn't a mis-price is this link below

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Belkin-Wireless-Router-Transfer-F5D7634uk4-H/dp/B003BIEOPK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1294326620&sr=8-1

** meaning sorry, other sellers have it priced near to plays price, i.e its not £38.99 else where or something like that

Fingers crossed


Edited By: bandsareme on Jan 06, 2011 15:13
#13
Not a big fan of Belkin but still a bargain if you don't care about wireless etc, hot...
1 Like #14
backblast
Could i use this as my Talk talk router, as the router talk talk provided is broke! Help would be aprreciated guys! :)

Shouldn't TalkTalk replace your router (provided you are still with them).
#15
They did the modem-less version for £6.99 just before Xmas - again a price you can't argue with! Perfect for friend who wants to add wireless to their apartment for vistiting laptop users.
MKD
#16
Belkin routers are cheap for a reason. If you don't mind rebooting every few days or wireless dying go for it.
#17
backblast
Could i use this as my Talk talk router, as the router talk talk provided is broke! Help would be aprreciated guys! :)


Hi, I work for talktalk 2nd line, yeah any router would work for you
just need you username @talktalk.net then your password.
Probably within Internet WAN once logging into the default gateway
#18
Nice one. heat added. Five star reviews in Amazon which sells 3x price more.. remember it is not just router but also a modem..
thinking of taking pay monthly broadband with no contract option with plusnet(£18 all incl phone line for 10GB allowance), they asked £40 for router... saved myself a £30....... Thanks..

Edited By: bsb007 on Jan 06, 2011 15:27
#19
Cheap as chips... Good as a spare when you are asked by your ISP to try an alternative router!!!

HAVE SUM HEAT!!!
#20
Anyone know if these be used as a wireless bridge?
I.e., "publish" wireless functionality connecting to an existing wireless ADSL router to LAN-only devices (like my TV...)
#21
Just brought the Belkin N from Amazon for £25 but this is a bargin! Heat added
#22
great find, ordered one as a spare as mine is quite old & is sometimes dodgy :-)
#23
If you hate somone, give them a Belkin Modem Router.

They'll soon get the message and never bother you again as the constant disconnections and network drops drive them quickly insane.

So to summarise: Belkin = months of **** pain.
#24
Crazy Crazy Crazy - the materials must be worth more than that! Heat added.
1 Like #25
dybydx
Anyone know if these be used as a wireless bridge?
I.e., "publish" wireless functionality connecting to an existing wireless ADSL router to LAN-only devices (like my TV...)


This particular model (I have one) "does not" support bridging. That option in the firmware is missing.
#26
dybydx
Anyone know if these be used as a wireless bridge?I.e., "publish" wireless functionality connecting to an existing wireless ADSL router to LAN-only devices (like my TV...)

I'd like to know this too. I'm with TalkTalk (wireless, need bridge for tv)
#27
dybydx
Anyone know if these be used as a wireless bridge?I.e., "publish" wireless functionality connecting to an existing wireless ADSL router to LAN-only devices (like my TV...)

I'd like to know this too. I'm with TalkTalk (wireless, need bridge for tv)
#28
does this mean you can run 2 differnt laptops off it at the same time? (sorry am not very good with technology!)
#29
or spelling lol
#30
teebee666 yes it will work with several laptops or pc's all connected at once. Yes.
#31
thanks very much studentprince, will order one !
#32
Im still using a usb modem. Tho i can only get up to 3.2meg broadband. Will this be good enough for reliability and speed?
#33
Are these any good to connect to a PS3 ???
If not can anyone recommend one pls
#34
Excuse my ignorance but can this be used with cable broadband? My mother is on Virgin and wants a wireless set up for her new laptop
#35
I currently have a belkin router, been using it for about 4 yrs now. Never had a problem with it, & the only time its ever been switched off is while away on holiday.
#36
karl100100
Im still using a usb modem. Tho i can only get up to 3.2meg broadband. Will this be good enough for reliability and speed?
No reason why it should be any worse. Indeed with more modern circuitry/software it may well do better. Your PC must have an Ethernet port to connect to it of course (it'll come with one Ethernet cable, albeit a relatively short one).
It would give you benefits of (1) another 3 spare Ethernet ports to connect other PCs to; (2) the WiFi for wireless connections; (3) potentially being on all the time & thus giving you a stable (eg) ADSLmax connection & instantly available.
MKD
1 Like #37
tonydee
Excuse my ignorance but can this be used with cable broadband? My mother is on Virgin and wants a wireless set up for her new laptop
It's got a phoneline MODEM built in so is NOT designed for that use. The F5D7234uk4-H model is the one without and was £7 pre Xmas but is now back to £27 I see.
That said it might be cajoled into working as a Wireless Bridge (ie connecting its 4 LAN ports to/from WiFi) but another poster says that option is missing from its firmware.
MKD

Edited By: mk-donald on Jan 06, 2011 16:30: typo
#38
I have been trying to get a Speedtouch St510v6 Ethernet modem to work but am having problems
#39
mk-donald
tonydee
Excuse my ignorance but can this be used with cable broadband? My mother is on Virgin and wants a wireless set up for her new laptop
It's got a MODEM built in so is NOT designed for that use. The F5D7234uk4-H model is the one without and was £7 pre Xmas but is now back to £27 I see.That said it might be cajoled into working as a Wireless Bridge (ie connecting its 4 LAN ports to/from WiFi) but another poster says that option is missing from its firmware.MKD

Many thanks for that, most appreciated
#40
Bought this router last time it was on offer, wouldnt recommened it. Wireless dies every 2 mins

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