Buffalo Wireless-N300 Cable Router / Access Point £24.78 Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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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 AirStation Nfiniti Wireless Router upgrades an existing Wireless connection and provides greater coverage than Wireless-G.

Wireless-N Standard Networking offers up to 300Mbps and better coverage
Enhanced Multi-Level Security WPA2, WPA-PSK (TKIP, AES) and 128/64bit WEP security are supported
Secure and easy Set-up with AOSS or WPS
Position vertically, horizontally or wall mounted
Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti Wireless-N Router & Access Point is the next standard Wireless router designed to 802.11n specifications. The AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS) or Wi-Fi Protected Set-up (WPS) provides a quick and easy way to create secure Wireless connections within minutes. Each connected PC or laptop can use different security levels simultaneously. It is also possible to restrict access from other devices connecting with different encryption levels. For example TKIP/AES encryptions can be used for your PCs and WEP encryption for a gaming console simultaneously, but if someone tries to access the network using WEP encryption (which is the weakest encryption) they cannot access other devices connected via TKIP/AES. Internal antennae and compact chassis. Can be positioned vertically, horizontally or wall mounted.

Looks a good router for not much money.
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#1
Could I use this along with an O2 (ADSL) wireless router ?
#2
I dont think so Rudz. Its for cable modems, virgin etc.
#3
No Rudz, as Mickrick mentioned it's for cable broadband not ADSL mate.
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Rudz
Could I use this along with an O2 (ADSL) wireless router ?


Depends what you want to use it for...it's an access point so should co-exist with the router no problem. If you want to knock off the wireless on the O2 router and run it in bridge mode (so that it effectively acts as a ethernet adsl modem), that'll depend on the O2 router's capabilities.
#5
Even better now 19-99 !! :thumbsup:
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Rudz
Could I use this along with an O2 (ADSL) wireless router ?


Yes you can, I have got a separate router plugged into mine for wireless access.

Simply turn off DHCP and UPNP on the router your adding to the network since you don't want these features handled by the router that isn't the internet access point.

Now take the router and plug it into one of the O2 box's ethernet ports (LAN to LAN, you could do WAN to LAN if you wanted but obviously for simple users who need maximum compatibility with minimal setup LAN to LAN is best). And that's it, wireless N access point.

P.S you don't need to turn off the Wifi on the O2 Box if you don't want to, just make sure they are not stepping/overlapping on the wifi channels or your neighbours.

P.S.2 Also some users of the O2 box 2 have reported that turning off the Wifi on it made it more stable (less warm restarts, but I'm not bothered about them). If need to login remember it is now SuperUser and the password is the serial CP******* on the sticker on the underside of the box.
#7
mackem1966
Even better now 19-99 !! :thumbsup:


no your forgetting that the OP as already included the cheapest P&P which makes it £24.78
#8
Is this dual band
#9
doggerthecat
Depends what you want to use it for...it's an access point so should co-exist with the router no problem. If you want to knock off the wireless on the O2 router and run it in bridge mode (so that it effectively acts as a ethernet adsl modem), that'll depend on the O2 router's capabilities.


Glix
Yes you can, I have got a separate router plugged into mine for wireless access.

Simply turn off DHCP and UPNP on the router your adding to the network since you don't want these features handled by the router that isn't the internet access point.

Now take the router and plug it into one of the O2 box's ethernet ports (LAN to LAN, you could do WAN to LAN if you wanted but obviously for simple users who need maximum compatibility with minimal setup LAN to LAN is best). And that's it, wireless N access point.

P.S you don't need to turn off the Wifi on the O2 Box if you don't want to, just make sure they are not stepping/overlapping on the wifi channels or your neighbours.

P.S.2 Also some users of the O2 box 2 have reported that turning off the Wifi on it made it more stable (less warm restarts, but I'm not bothered about them). If need to login remember it is now SuperUser and the password is the serial CP******* on the sticker on the underside of the box.


cheers guys, repped you both for your help
#11
Just buying one now for use with Virgin broadband - hope its as good as people say

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