Belkin G Wireless ADSL Modem Router with Easy Set Up & 54Mbps Transfer Speed (F5D7634uk4-H) - £8.99 delivered at Play.com - HotUKDeals
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A good price for this Wireless Modem Router.

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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#1
These aren't the ones that had problems overheating are they? If they aren't, this is very cheap!
#2
thermomonkey
These aren't the ones that had problems overheating are they? If they aren't, this is very cheap!


They are ! had one of these , sent back twice free with warranty still does the same over heat and random disconnect, go for Netgear at least, stay clear from Belkin
#3
mulmul
thermomonkey
These aren't the ones that had problems overheating are they? If they aren't, this is very cheap!
They are ! had one of these , sent back twice free with warranty still does the same over heat and random disconnect, go for Netgear at least, stay clear from Belkin

Thanks for that - I'll stay clear then!
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thermomonkey
These aren't the ones that had problems overheating are they? If they aren't, this is very cheap!
Hmm, I got one before xmas for 7 quid and have had it on 24/7 since. Cool as a cucumber.
The f5d7230 are the ones to steer clear from - they drop signal and overheat!
#5
are these any good for the chipped virgin cable?
#6
kaiser051
are these any good for the chipped virgin cable?

Phone Virgin and ask them, i'm sure they will be happy to advise you ! (_;)
#7
KAISER, Does it say for cable or adsl?
#8
# 4 x RJ-45 10/100Base-TX Network Auto-negotiating LAN
# 1 x RJ-11 ADSL Network WAN

RJ11 is the phone jack socket.
banned#9
In other words it for the BT phone line ones, not the cable broadband
banned#10
And I agree, stay away from Belkin but tbh you cannot argue at this price
#11
xela333
And I agree, stay away from Belkin but tbh you cannot argue at this price


You can. It's a good deal, but regardless of price it should meet basic standards. If it doesn't work as advertised, drops signal and overheats you can definitely argue, regardless of price - it still has to work.
1 Like #12
kaiser051
are these any good for the chipped virgin cable?


Yes work fine i have my four boxes feeding off this, Just off now got some whiskey distilling in the shed
#13
Good for the price, so heat to be had.:) I would say by now that wireless G is getting a little old to invest in.....
#14
williamj1
xela333
And I agree, stay away from Belkin but tbh you cannot argue at this price

You can. It's a good deal, but regardless of price it should meet basic standards. If it doesn't work as advertised, drops signal and overheats you can definitely argue, regardless of price - it still has to work.

Got mine 4 months ago from Play for £10, it's on 24/7 no problems at all and perfectly cool.
#15
ch3ggs
Good for the price, so heat to be had.:) I would say by now that wireless G is getting a little old to invest in.....

£8.99 is hardly an investment....
#16
toaster
williamj1
xela333
And I agree, stay away from Belkin but tbh you cannot argue at this price


You can. It's a good deal, but regardless of price it should meet basic standards. If it doesn't work as advertised, drops signal and overheats you can definitely argue, regardless of price - it still has to work.


Got mine 4 months ago from Play for £10, it's on 24/7 no problems at all and perfectly cool.


I wasn't questioning the product. I was merely stating that if a product is not working properly, you are perfectly entitled to argue and complain. The price of it is irrelevant - it still must function as stated and to normal expectations.
#17
ch3ggs
Good for the price, so heat to be had.:) I would say by now that wireless G is getting a little old to invest in.....


It's actually not. Everyone is obsessed with Wifi N and so on thesedays, and go mad if their machines don't accept it. Yet the majority of broadband equipped homes in the UK receive under 20mb speeds, with a huge number on <10mb. Therefore G, and even B wifi are actually still perfectly capable and adequate for most people.
#18
this good for TalkTalk and PS3?
#19
Got one of these a couple of weeks ago, trying to cure random drop-offs with my Philips Streamium stereo (which has now gone off to be repaired). It was replacing a o2 modem.

Got to say, seems good at the moment. Not as good range as the o2, but I guess thats because it doesn't have an external ariel. Easy to configure, and has a heap of options if you want to delve into its config.

Not running hot at all, just mildly warm to the touch. Well worth the sub £10 I payed for it. Even if I just use it as a spare.
#20
Yeah bought one of these a few weeks ago, would only allow one wireless connection to be stable all others dropped ... a frustrating waste of time play refunded me no questions asked
#21
Yeah bought one of these a few weeks ago, would only allow one wireless connection to be stable all others dropped ... a frustrating waste of time play refunded me no questions asked
#22
Got a Belkin for my family in law, and has worked perfectly fine - no drop outs ever. I'm a Netgear fan myself, but my Netgear D834GT dropped out far more than the Belkin has!
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got one a month or two back when posted before.
It is on 24/7, and is fine. No problem with dropouts with 3 devices connected.
No overheating issues either.
#24
Anyone know if this can be put in bridge mode and just connect to existing WLAN?
#25
Expired now - £35.69 now..
#26
The model name on the underside of the ADSL router is F5D7634-4A-H V2 for anyone interested.

When I searched Belkin UK site I could only find this section:
Support - Routers - G - F5D7634uk4A-H - v1000

Not sure what improvements the V2 has over v1000 (assuming verbose name for V1).

Edit:
I've been given this router as it kept dropping ADSL connection and was unable to reconnect. So I swapped it with my Netgear DG834GT that hasn't suffered any lose of ADSL since.

The Belkin came with the latest firmware "2.00.20 (Oct 5 2009 17:14:37)" already. And if you need to update the firmware yourself you can find it listed under the F5D7634-4A model.


Edited By: Arstar on Apr 03, 2011 17:56: Testing router

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