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Belkin G Wireless Cable Router with Easy Set Up & 54Mbps Transfer Speed (F5D7234uk4-H) £7.99 delivered @ Play

£7.99 @ Play.Com
Good price for this, elsewhere:- Scan £14.79 Amazon.co.uk £15.99 Oyyy.co.uk £17.53 Ebuyer.com £28.07 IT247 £30.83 The G Wireless Router is perfect for setting up a simple wireless netwo…
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[mod] 6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Good price for this, elsewhere:-
Scan £14.79
Amazon.co.uk £15.99
Oyyy.co.uk £17.53
Ebuyer.com £28.07
IT247 £30.83

The G Wireless 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.
Connecting the G Wireless Router to your cable or DSL modem lets you share your broadband Internet account with all your home computers. Now you can quickly and easily share documents, surf the Web, chat with friends, and email. Our advanced security protects both your wireless and wired computers from hackers and intruders.

The G Wireless Router is the central connection point of your wireless network. Position your Belkin Router in between your cable/DSL modem and your computer to start sharing your broadband Internet access.

For better wireless performance, use the Belkin G Wireless Router with a G Wireless USB Adapter (F5D7050), Notebook (F5D7010) and Desktop Cards (F5D7000) when connecting your client computers. (client adapters sold separately)

* 4 Ethernet Ports for Wired Connections
* Supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup for simple wireless security setup
* Easy setup Assistant and troubleshooting with Network Status Display:
* The Network Status Display shows the status of your network. The icons represent each component of your network and show you whether or not each device is working properly.
* Specifictaions
* Bandwidth: 20 MHz & 20/40 MHz auto
* Compliant Standard: IEEE 802.11b/802.11g (WiFi Certified)
* Firewall: NAT (Network Address Translation), SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection)
* Hardware Interface Type: 5xRJ45 10/100Mbps (4 LAN, 1 WAN)
* Humidity: Operating: 10 ~ 85% non-condensing
* Storing: 5 ~ 95% non-condensing
* IP Sharing Method: Network Address Translation (NAT)
* ISP Protocols Supported: Dynamic, Static, PPPoE, PPTP, Telstra Bigpond
* LEDs: Power, Wireless, Wired, Modem, Internet
* Link Rate: 54 Mbps
* Maximum Users: 253 of which 16 wireless
* Quality Of Service: 802.11e/WMM
* Radio Frequency Band: ISM Band: 2400-2483.5 MHz (2.4 GHz)
* Radio Frequency Band1: Europe: 1-13
* Range: Up to 400ft
* Reset Process: Hold reset button for 10 seconds when router is powered - button is on the left hand side
* Security: WPA, WPA2, Wi-Fi Protected Setup
* Supported Languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chines, Japanese,
* Supporting Software: Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Mac OS 10.4 or 10.5 for Setup Assistant
* any OS with TCP/IP support for
* User Interface: HTML Browser based User Interface
* VPN Support: PPTP, IPSec pass-through
* System Requirements
* Mac OS X
* Windows Vista 32 bit
* Windows Vista 64 bit
* Windows XP
* At least one computer with an installed network interface card
* Broadband Internet Connection with RJ45 (Ethernet Connection)
* TCP/IP networking protocol installed on each computer
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#1
£7.99 now
#2
I wouldn't have a Belkin router given to me, but perhaps a good find if you don't mind a bit of a hassle.
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#4
Old technology, G band routers are out dated for the new 802.11n ratification. 54mpbs or 300mbps, i know what i'd rather have. cold.
#5
Matt H
I wouldn't have a Belkin router given to me, but perhaps a good find if you don't mind a bit of a hassle.


Agreed, once bitten twice shy.
1 Like #6
+1 Hassle.

Voting cold, not on the product but on Play.com I'm afraid.
The router I bough a few weeks ago arrived DOA. Others got a different product to that which they were expecting.
Play.com also sent me the a different samsung microsdhc card to the one I ordered.

I feel like (the usually good) Play.com have just fired all their good staff and populated the warehouse with monkeys direct from Jersey zoo. Avoid.



Edited By: jazid on Dec 09, 2010 17:44
#7
Can this be used with a powerline plug to give another wireless network somewhere else in the house.
I've got a N router downstairs, but the signal is pretty ropey upstairs when using my iPhone for watching telly or streaming. I keep looking at extenders, but I've already got some powerline adapters, I'm wondering if I can use the 'in' port with this upstairs.
#8
I got one free with my broadband package. Range is too poor for a house imo, works so so in my studio flat. Got lots of problems with my laptop and found that it was because i was too close to the router. I had to turn the broadcast power down which resolved the problem but now i cant watch iplayer when im on the bog because the signal is too weak.
#9
caffine
Old technology, G band routers are out dated for the new 802.11n ratification. 54mpbs or 300mbps, i know what i'd rather have. cold.


What a silly reason to vote cold, lets see how many people have all N rated equipment.
jazid
+1 Hassle.

Voting cold, not on the product but on Play.com I'm afraid.
The router I bough a few weeks ago arrived DOA. Others got a different product to that which they were expecting.
Play.com also sent me the a different samsung microsdhc card to the one I ordered.

I feel like (the usually good) Play.com have just fired all their good staff and populated the warehouse with monkeys direct from Jersey zoo. Avoid.




Thats not necesarily a good reason to vote cold either, its a good deal to many that is voted cold due to a little hassle that doesnt make much sense to me!
1 Like #10
ryouga
Thats not necesarily a good reason to vote cold either, its a good deal to many that is voted cold due to a little hassle that doesnt make much sense to me!

Some people slate Scan because of their bad hardisks experience and returns problem. Some people slate the Littlewoods because of their unreliability to honour voucher codes and sneakily charging the full price later on.

My experience and plenty of others is that currently Play.com are unable to reliably fullfil orders, which makes them an unreliable retailer (even if their customer service is good - its still LOTS of hassle to return items in the hope you will receive what your originally ordered).

I suppose it all depends how much your time is worth to you as well. I used to like Play.com and I hope Ill like them in a few months time when hopefully things will return to normal. For me, it is worth paying the extra from Amazon, as in my experience Amazon have never failed at the picking stage.








Edited By: jazid on Dec 09, 2010 18:28: £8 well spent
#11
My router cost me £120 (WNDR3700), I wouldn't dream of owning something like this. Good deal for those that don't care about N speeds and just need a wireless router I suppose.
1 Like #12
ourdave
Can this be used with a powerline plug to give another wireless network somewhere else in the house.
I've got a N router downstairs, but the signal is pretty ropey upstairs when using my iPhone for watching telly or streaming. I keep looking at extenders, but I've already got some powerline adapters, I'm wondering if I can use the 'in' port with this upstairs.


Yep! Give it a fixed unassigned IP on your current network by plugging it into a PC with a network cable either 192.168.0(might be 1 or 2 depending on your router brand).(pretty much anything, chose 150 or something) eg. 192.168.1.150 and set it as an access point (turn any DHCP features off and set your router as the DNS Server eg. 192.168.1.1, subnet 255.255.255.0, I think I've missed an option which should also be 192.168.1.1 but I can't remember it's name) - Set up your new wireless network as desired (preferably on a different channel, a few channels gap from your current network, and with a different SSID), then plug it into the powerline and that's that! You can also use the extra LAN ports :)

Edited By: aron311 on Dec 09, 2010 19:51
#13
jazid
ryouga
Thats not necesarily a good reason to vote cold either, its a good deal to many that is voted cold due to a little hassle that doesnt make much sense to me!

Some people slate Scan because of their bad hardisks experience and returns problem. Some people slate the Littlewoods because of their unreliability to honour voucher codes and sneakily charging the full price later on.
Very true,I have had the same experience,I had to cancel my order coz I cusnt wait any longer for play.com delivery

My experience and plenty of others is that currently Play.com are unable to reliably fullfil orders, which makes them an unreliable retailer (even if their customer service is good - its still LOTS of hassle to return items in the hope you will receive what your originally ordered).

I suppose it all depends how much your time is worth to you as well. I used to like Play.com and I hope Ill like them in a few months time when hopefully things will return to normal. For me, it is worth paying the extra from Amazon, as in my experience Amazon have never failed at the picking stage.







#14
LDHughes
My router cost me £120 (WNDR3700), I wouldn't dream of owning something like this. Good deal for those that don't care about N speeds and just need a wireless router I suppose.


I for one am genuinely impressed by the cost of your router.
#15
markbloke
LDHughes
My router cost me £120 (WNDR3700), I wouldn't dream of owning something like this. Good deal for those that don't care about N speeds and just need a wireless router I suppose.


I for one am genuinely impressed by the cost of your router.

Which didnt receive favourable reviews either.
#16
thanks OP, ordered one 8)
#17
LDHughes
My router cost me £120 (WNDR3700), I wouldn't dream of owning something like this. Good deal for those that don't care about N speeds and just need a wireless router I suppose.

Has to be the most stupid comment on this thread - the thread clearly says it's a wireless G router.
Can you maybe tell us exactly what your response was meant to contribute to this thread?

Good price for a wireless G router - check for firmware updates.
#18
aron311
ourdave
Can this be used with a powerline plug to give another wireless network somewhere else in the house.I've got a N router downstairs, but the signal is pretty ropey upstairs when using my iPhone for watching telly or streaming. I keep looking at extenders, but I've already got some powerline adapters, I'm wondering if I can use the 'in' port with this upstairs.
Yep! Give it a fixed unassigned IP on your current network by plugging it into a PC with a network cable either 192.168.0(might be 1 or 2 depending on your router brand).(pretty much anything, chose 150 or something) eg. 192.168.1.150 and set it as an access point (turn any DHCP features off and set your router as the DNS Server eg. 192.168.1.1, subnet 255.255.255.0, I think I've missed an option which should also be 192.168.1.1 but I can't remember it's name) - Set up your new wireless network as desired (preferably on a different channel, a few channels gap from your current network, and with a different SSID), then plug it into the powerline and that's that! You can also use the extra LAN ports :)

That's superb, thanks very much.
#19
Real bargain for a top brand.... Brab em quick.... :)

maxmix
1 Like #20
LDHughes
My router cost me £120 (WNDR3700), I wouldn't dream of owning something like this. Good deal for those that don't care about N speeds and just need a wireless router I suppose.

You win, you've spend the most money on a router. Well done.
#21
£9.99 now
banned#22
£7.99 now
#23
Its now only £6.99 today only (Monday Mega Madness) and in stock
DIRECT LINK

Edited By: zeroHour2 on Dec 13, 2010 16:12
banned#24
Back up to £9.99. Its a yo yo in disgiuse :D

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