Buffalo Wireless-N NFINITI Router £37.53@Expansys - HotUKDeals
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Slightly more expensive than some of the 10/100 Wireless N routers being posted on HotUKDeals but this is Gigabit. Price includes delivery.

The ideal Internet and network solution for the home and small office environment. Perfect for streaming HD movies, music, and e-mailing from multiple PCs simultaneously. With speeds of up to 300Mbps, the Buffalo Nfiniti Wireless Router and Access Point upgrades an existing wireless connection and provides greater coverage than Wireless-G.

Wireless Connections up to 300Mbps
Draft 802.11n Wi-Fi Certified® ensures compatibility with other certified devices
4 in-built Ethernet Ports for up to 4 simultaneous wired devices
Simple Web Browser Configuration, no drivers needed
Supports WPA2, WPA-PSK (TKIP, AES) and 128/64bit WEP Security
Supports QoS - WMM Wi-Fi Mulitmedia

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The "Specifications" tab on the link below confirms that this router is **NOT** gigabit ethernet enabled, it is still the standard 10/100mbps...

http://www.buffalo-technology.com/products/wireless/wireless-n-nfiniti/whr-g300n-wireless-n-nfiniti-router-access-point/

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#1
Hot from me. I was looking for a Giga router a month ago and couldn't find a decent one under £80. Ended up buying a 5 port Netgear switch for £23 and joining it to my old Netgear G router.
#2
I have this router, can't say i've had any problems with it.
#3
does anyone know of similar ADSL router - so fed up with my O2 router - need a new one
#4
fizz
does anyone know of similar ADSL router - so fed up with my O2 router - need a new one


was thinking of joining o2, are their routers not fantastic?
#5
I must be thick but where does it say this is a cable router and not ADSL?
#6
Unless I am mistaken, when you check the mfr code of Mfr Part #: WHR-G300N on the Buffalo site it says it's only 10/100 standard and not 10/100/1000 which is gigabit.

Just read up a bit more cause this could be a mistake on the site saying it's gigabit when it's not.
#7
monkofdoom
Unless I am mistaken, when you check the mfr code of Mfr Part #: WHR-G300N on the Buffalo site it says it's only 10/100 standard and not 10/100/1000 which is gigabit.

Just read up a bit more cause this could be a mistake on the site saying it's gigabit when it's not.


That's correct. I own this router and it's not Gigabit.
#8
The "Specifications" tab (and then the "Wired LAN Interface" section) on the link below confirms that this router is **NOT** gigabit ethernet enabled, it is still the standard 10/100mbps...

http://www.buffalo-technology.com/products/wireless/wireless-n-nfiniti/whr-g300n-wireless-n-nfiniti-router-access-point/
#9
equalityforall
was thinking of joining o2, are their routers not fantastic?


They have a very poor signal strength/range, so if you are thinking of using a computer which is positioned far away from the router you may need to get a better wireless router.
#10
Not has hot as I thought - not gigabit :-(
#11
equalityforall
was thinking of joining o2, are their routers not fantastic?


I've got their Wireless III Modem/Router, which is the N-Draft version and to call it rubbish is an insult to my daily kitchen refuse disposal. These are cheaply made Chinese/Taiwanese/Korean rubbish. At least Sky used to provide Netgear (not anymore though, it's mostly Sagem I hear, another load of rubbish)

- Wi-Fi rarely gets anywhere near the 300Mbs, the best is 130Mbs, with 48Mbs or so being typical.
- If you copy large data or streaming on one device, it drops connections to all the other devices during Wi-Fi
- Drops ADSL connections on a frequent basis
- Drops Wi-Fi connections for no rhyme or reason

It's just getting so frustrating at the moment, I am seriously thinking of not carrying on after the 12 months are up. Either that or get myself a Linksys ADSL2 N-Draft Modem/Router
#12
equalityforall;6787572
was thinking of joining o2, are their routers not fantastic?


Get yourself a SKY Netgear DG834GT off fleebay.
Flash it with Netgear firmware of even DGteams.

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