Belkin N - Wireless ADSL Modem/Router - £34.99 incl delivery @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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EDIT: Thanks to OliWarner, cheaper at Play.com: http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3518192/Belkin-F5D8633UK4A-N-Wireless-Modem-Router-4-Port-Switch/Product.html


Connect your wired and wireless desktop computer and notebooks to your Belkin N Wireless Modem Router to share your broadband internet access. Now you can quickly exchange documents, share resources, and distribute large video and music files throughout your network at a link rate of up to 300Mbps.* Our advanced security protects both your wireless and wired computers from hackers and intruders. You can add up to 16 computers to your wireless network with additional notebook and desktop adapters. For better wireless performance, use the Belkin N Wireless Modem Router with N Wireless Notebook and Desktop Cards connecting your client computers.

- Shares your Internet connection and lets you simultaneously
- Stream music
- Share Photos
- Enjoy online gaming
- Surf the Web
- Email and Chat online

System Requirements:
- Broadband Internet connection with an RJ11 BT connection
- At least one computer with an installed network interface card
- TCP/IP networking protocol installed on each computer
- Internet Browser

Specifications:
Standards - IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11n draft 2.0
Security - Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)/WPA2-Personal 64-bit, 128-bit encryption; double firewalls: NAT and SPI; MAC-address filtering; security log
LAN Protocols Supported - TCP/IP, UDP, CSMA/CD, DHCP
ADSL Protocol Supported - PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet), PPPoA (PPP over ATM), Dynamic/Fixed IP (1483 Bridge), Static IP (IPoA)
VPN Support - PPTP, L2TP, PPTP/L2TP, VPN pass-through, One tunnel to each VPN server, IPSec pass-through
Maximum Users - 253 (LAN), 16 (WLAN)
LED's - Security, Wireless, Wired, Modem/Router, ADSL, and Internet
Ports - ADSL Port: 1 x RJ11, LAN port: 4 x RJ45, Power: 1 x DC input jack, Reset: 1 x reset button
Operating Range - Up to 365m
Link Rate - Up to 300 Mbps in 40MHz, Channel Mode
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suspended#1
mamboboy
Not sure if this is the same model, but you can get this (or a similar one?) for £21.98 on BigOffers:

http://www.bigoffers.co.uk/product.php?product=BELKIN-01568&cat=139&sub=&cat_title=Traders

EDIT: Seems this one I posted needs to be connected to another modem?


You dont, it says connect it to your CABLE modem!
#2
Yep, good price for the cable version mamboboy...But this is, as you say, the ADSL Router modem model. I have rarely seen any ADSL Modem router using the 802.11n draft 2.0 at this price...
#3
mamboboy
EDIT: Seems this one I posted needs to be connected to another modem?


You can the cable version if you have a cable modem (like Virgin cable) but if you want to use it on something like BT, TalkTalk, O2, etc, you either need the version with a built in ADSL modem (like the one on this thread is for) or you need a separate ADSL modem.

Just to repeat, this thread is for the ADSL version. You want this if you get your broadband over the phone line.

Personally, I'd go for an all-in-one because it cuts down on the number of networking layers between you and the internet. Less latency == nicer experience.
suspended#4
This router will connect to a virgin cable modem or the like
#5
OliWarner
You can use this if you have a cable modem (like Virgin cable) but if you want to use it on something like BT, TalkTalk, O2, etc, you either need the version with a built in ADSL modem (like the one on this thread is for) or you need a separate ADSL modem.

Personally, I'd go for an all-in-one because it cuts down on the number of networking layers between you and the internet. Less latency == nicer experience.


Let's be clear. The version offered here is the ADSL modem version, NOT the cable version which can be had cheaper.

ADSL Protocol Supported - PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet), PPPoA (PPP over ATM), Dynamic/Fixed IP (1483 Bridge), Static IP (IPoA)
Ports - ADSL Port: 1 x RJ11, LAN port: 4 x RJ45, Power: 1 x DC input jack, Reset: 1 x reset button
1 Like #6
[SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]Problem is, this is cheaper on Play. £32.99[/COLOR][/SIZE]



And a penny cheaper on Ebay. Punch F5D8633UK4A into Google.
#7
karem_lore
Let's be clear. The version offered here is the ADSL modem version, NOT the cable version which can be had cheaper.
I was talking in the context of the one he brought up (ie the cable one).
#8
OliWarner
[SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]Problem is, this is cheaper on Play. £32.99[/COLOR][/SIZE]



And a penny cheaper on Ebay. Punch F5D8633UK4A into Google.



Thanks, I edited the top of the post...Hopefully people will read it. :whistling:
#9
It doesnt support the Ethoa protocol does it? (can anyone correct me?)

So that means it won't work with o2 or bebroadband, will it? Or is there a hack for this?
suspended#10
OliWarner
[SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]Problem is, this is cheaper on Play. £32.99[/COLOR][/SIZE]



And a penny cheaper on Ebay. Punch F5D8633UK4A into Google.


+1 for making your point loudly, lol
#11
amzmalhotra
It doesnt support the Ethoa protocol does it? (can anyone correct me?)

So that means it won't work with o2 or bebroadband, will it? Or is there a hack for this?


It will work with o2 and bebroadband:

Ports - ADSL Port: 1 x RJ11, LAN port: 4 x RJ45, Power: 1 x DC input jack, Reset: 1 x reset button

RJ11 for your phone line, RJ45 your ethernet ports to your devices, and wireless...BUT, please note the cheaper price on Play.com in the description.
#12
jonny619447
anyway guys how about some heat for my post which is just above karem_lores post... :roll:


How do you add heat onto peoples comments?
#13
karem_lore
It will work with o2 and bebroadband:

Ports - ADSL Port: 1 x RJ11, LAN port: 4 x RJ45, Power: 1 x DC input jack, Reset: 1 x reset button

RJ11 for your phone line, RJ45 your ethernet ports to your devices, and wireless...BUT, please note the cheaper price on Play.com in the description.


How will it work; just because it is adsl it does not mean that it supports ethoa!
#14
amzmalhotra
How will it work; just because it is adsl it does not mean that it supports ethoa!


According to Overclockers, it supports ASDL2+ which must mean it supports O2/Bethere BB.
#15
amzmalhotra
How will it work; just because it is adsl it does not mean that it supports ethoa!


I'm on be broadband and so did a little digging around about this modem...There does seem to be lots of posts there and on the internet about this being dodgy on bethere and o2 (same network). Some people have had it working but report dropped speeds.

So, while some people have it working, recommendation is if you are on Bethere or O2, you should NOT buy...

Thanks for pointing this out.:thinking:
#16
tsimehC
According to Overclockers, it supports ASDL2+ which must mean it supports O2/Bethere BB.


I believe Bethere uses IPOA which according to the spec listed on play, this does support.
#17
melted
I believe Bethere uses IPOA which according to the spec listed on play, this does support.


Regardless, this seems to be relatively cheap because it's not that great of a router (reviews in general mentions unreliability and infrequent firmware updates). I think I'll hold off for a Netgear.
#18
Solution to anyone on bethere (and probably o2) with this modem:

http://beusergroup.co.uk/technotes/index.php/Routers_Belkin :thumbsup:
#20
tsimehC
Regardless, this seems to be relatively cheap because it's not that great of a router (reviews in general mentions unreliability and infrequent firmware updates). I think I'll hold off for a Netgear.


I was given a DG834N V1 by netgear, but couldn't recommend that model due to reliability issues.

I think if I was buying a wireless router today, I'd be looking for a dual band one, because there are now so many 2.4ghz routers around here, since they're commonly given away by all the major ISPs, whereas I'd probably have the 5ghz channels all to myself.
#21
karem_lore
I'm on be broadband and so did a little digging around about this modem...There does seem to be lots of posts there and on the internet about this being dodgy on bethere and o2 (same network). Some people have had it working but report dropped speeds.

So, while some people have it working, recommendation is if you are on Bethere or O2, you should NOT buy...

Thanks for pointing this out.:thinking:


Broadcom chipset routers/modems do best on Be/o2 matches the Dslam dunno whats in 8633 appears to not be Broadcom if speed/sync issues maybe TX inst or atheros . Very
#22
Good price but i'd rather stay away from Belkin. I bought a similar router (it was g+ version). I'm used it on O2 BB so it does work on O2 :) but the connection keep dropping.

I called tech support, and they suggested me to switch the channel from 'auto' to something else. Then I complain about the speed and the tech guy suggested me to disable the encription and firewall on the router. That sounded funny to me, why'd anyone like to do that?

Now, I get stable wireless connection from my router to computers (speed is not great though) but the modem keep dropping the connection to the internet. It's really a pain in the neck.

(My wireless router from O2, think its thompson, works a treat)

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