Buffalo AirStation 125Mbps Wireless CableDSL Router - £28.45 delivered @ ebuyer ! - HotUKDeals
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Have just had one of these delivered and it's a great device for the cash. It's also a base station you can flash with custom firmware (such as DD-WRT, OpenWRT and Tomato).

4x LAN ports, 1x WAN port and Wifi antenna (antenna can be replaced with an aftermarket one).

Note that this doesn't have a built in ADSL modem. It's perfect for either cable cutomers (NTL/Virgin/Telewest) or ADSL users who have a seperate ethernet modem.

Blurb:
The Buffalo AirStation G54 Wireless Cable/DSL Smart Router combines the 125 High Speed Mode wireless performance with Buffalo's AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS). This router increases "real world" wireless performance up to 35% compared to a standard 802.11g Router. This Smart Router automatically detects and configures your Cable or DSL Internet connection. Security features include WPA, WEP, Privacy Separator, Intrusion Detector, and SPI firewall. In addition to fast wireless performance, WHR-G54S features a built-in external switch between wireless router and wireless bridge access point. The combination of speed, security, and push-button setup of wireless connections and Internet, makes the Buffalo AirStation G54 Wireless Cable/DSL Smart Router the ideal choice for your wireless network.
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#1
£28.45 delivered :)

Similar price & more info available @ Play.com thread.
#2
I used super saver delivery which is quoted as 5 working days, but it arrived next day :)
#3
I bought this a couple of weeks ago and it is a brilliant router and is definitely faster. I had a Linksys router that i had to keep on rebooting but this Buffalo router hasnt had to be rebooted yet.
:):):):):)
#4
"you can flash with custom firmware (such as DD-WRT, OpenWRT and Tomato"

Just out of curiousity, why would you want to do this and what are the advantages/disadvantages. Many thanks
#5
jayzy1
"you can flash with custom firmware (such as DD-WRT, OpenWRT and Tomato"

Just out of curiousity, why would you want to do this and what are the advantages/disadvantages. Many thanks


There's a lot of extra features to be had if you don't mind playing about with it. One feature I love is QoS - quality of service. I can configure it so that even when someone in the house is downloading music/videos/whatever, it doesn't affect either web browsing or my VoIP phone.

There's also loads of usage statistics and greater control over the wireless. I've got the transmit power set a little differently than factory so that I get a good overall signal around the house.
#6
i bought it 2 months ago. easy to set up and use. no problems with it at all. would recommend it to anyone. :thumbsup:
#7
Has anyone run 2 360's on xbox live at the same time with one of these? If so do they both get an open NAT? My homehub can do this, and I believe not many routers can but am looking to replace the homehub soon.
#8
I'll be needing a router in the next few days as i'll finally be getting the internet in my flat.
I would imagine that this is going to be superior to whatever Virgin would supply for £30?

* Edit: Ahh, how foolish of me - no built in ASDL :) Back to the drawing board.
#9
I use two of these with Tomato firmware to link two building across a car park with WDS. The routers are not even near the external windows, and the signal is great.
#10
dumbass question, but can I plug one of these straight into my xbox 360 then configure it via the 360 to connect with my bethere broadbands own modem/router?
#11
might seem silly to some but can someone let me know if i can use this for my BT broadband and what will i need if my pc doesn't have built in wireless feature???? cheers if u can help me out :):thumbsup:
#12
THE FURY - Surely if you are on BT broadband then this router wouldnt work as it is not ADSL it is for cable only.
#13
jpieter i cheers for lettin me kno it wont work any gd suggestions as to a cheap alternative that will work????
#14
This seems like a pretty strong deal to me.
#15
Edit:If you read this post earlier, never mind me, made a mistake with some hidden P&P.

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