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Good price for this router - it is £80+ at most other stores, and it comes with a FREE Xbox game - Far Cry Instincts!! The price on misco is £46.99, but would be £51.40 including delivery.

Details: D-Link DGL-4300 GamerLounge Wireless 108G Gaming Router: Push the limits of basic networking technology and experience the evolution in networking. Wirelessly share broadband Internet, boost network performance, stay competitive in your online games with D-Link's new cutting-edge GamerLounge Wireless 108G Gaming Router, powered by GameFuel Priority Technology. Fit for the True Online Gamer!

Features: Introducing GameFuel Priority Technology designed to provide the uninterrupted and latency-free gaming experience serious online gamers expect, Customized with game-centric features boasting maximum flexibility for configuration and performance, Enables multi-tasking between other applications without degradation in game connection, Unparalleled 802.11g wireless performance, Firmware upgrade notification feature keeps your newD-Link Gaming Router up to date, Designed for the Gamers Network.
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This is the game that comes with this offer:


Far Cry: Instincts

Incorporating state-of-the-art graphics and a host of innovative gameplay conventions, Far Cry redefines the term survival action. As Jack, you'll have to outwit hordes of cunning mercenaries by any means. Make long-range assaults, set traps, commandeer vehicles — even develop new skills and abilities to escape the island's evils. Set traps, scout ahead, snipe, and commandeer all types of assault vehicles. Enemies react in real-time and use advanced group-formation tactics to take you out.
[*]Conquer the enemy while stranded on a remote island in this action game
[*]Survive the furious and inhospitable wilderness by unveiling predator skills
[*]Plunder an arsenal of responsive, realistic weapons and vehicles
[*]Outsmart the mercenaries' complex Full Action Response A.I.
[*]Battle continues with deep multiplayer and level editor features[/LIST]
Is this a good one to get if I'm just looking for an upgrade to get high speed broadband? I don't play online games, but the deal looked good.

[SIZE=2]Great for gaming, I guess. I'll sell you a BT 2091 wireless router and USB adaptor for £30! Both unopened :)[/SIZE]
I think the 2091 is limited to 8mbps download, and I'm upgrading to 16. I think you have to unlock the BT routers as well so that you can use them with another isp, as I'm not with BT. thanks anyway
If you're just looking for any router than one of the bundles with a wifi card or wifi usb plug may be better for you Helen-Leeds. There's been several of those posted recently.

Here's one rayman posted yesterday:


It's 54mpbs but technically to make the d-link in this post go to 108mbps you'd need a matching card on the other side.
Anyone know if this is backwards compatible with 802.11b?
In the Misco specs it has:

Data Link Protocol Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g

It's a pretty safe bet that any wifi router will be backwards compatible to 802.11b as 802.11g itself is backwards compatible.
Excellent price for this and with the free game, even better, if you own an X-Box!

Thanks Ray! I'm not sure about routers and the technical aspects of this deal, but I did a quick price comparison and it looked like a good price.

Even if you don't have an XBOX you could stick the game on eBay and make yourself a few quid! :lol:
Looks like a good deal, nice find! (saves £30 plus a free game)

I've been looking at a linksys router too though, anyone got an opinion on the brands or which is best out of these models?:

As an IT Professional with vast networking expierence I'd go for the D-Link but it is worth bering in mind that both D-Link and Linksys are Cisco companys and are nearly the same stuff.

Another note Linksys equipment is usually aimed at Home and small office use, D-Link is aimed at small to medium office use.
Thanks for the input m8 :thumbsup: I think I'll go with the D-link then, just making sure it was a quality router really, plus half the reason for getting a router is Xbox Live related, so the gaming related features and free game wont hurt either. :)
Just done a quick search the D-Link DGL-4300 isn't a Router Modem so it will be no good for broadband without a modem.
So that linksys model could replace my existing modem(cable modem with NTL)? well thats something to think about, Im not sure which one to get now.
Does your NTL cable modem not work properly or did you want an integrated modem/router Kafgan?
Oh the modem NTL provided works fine, a router would have done on it's own for what I want but if the Linksys model I mentioned a few posts ago is a modem too(at the 39.99 price point) then I suppose it could save on the electric bill(envoromentally friendly option too I suppose) and more convenient than having two devices plugged in at all times. I dont know though perhaps the D-Link is simply a better router all round for what I want... I'll have to think it through.
I see what you mean. For a reliable router only, the LinkSys WRT54G-UK gets excellent reviews and is £39.99 at Amazon. I've used mine with NTL modem, no problems.
Can anyone tell me if this will work with a PS2?

I'm guessing it will if it works with the XBox... But it's only a guess!

Can anyone tell me if this will work with a PS2?

I'm guessing it will if it works with the XBox... But it's only a guess!


In short yes, it will happly play PS2 games online. Just connect it up as you would any other network device (PC, Laptop etc.)
In short yes, it will happly play PS2 games online. Just connect it up as you would any other network device (PC, Laptop etc.)

Thanks a lot captain...

Shame there's no USB there for an external HDD but I'll search some reviews and see if I have any luck getting a deal from Virgin. If I do I reckon this could well be my next purchase.

So come on Virgin... Get yer arriss in gear!?!
Just a shame these dont have a built in modem as otherwise it sounds ideal.
Just a shame these dont have a built in modem as otherwise it sounds ideal.

They are OK for Virgin yhough... Aren't they?!?

Good man... Looks like I'm going to break on the VM deal then.

Hoped to get something better but seems darn near impossible as a new customer.!

Looks like I'll have to put it down to bad luck... and experience. I've got a lot of experience!

Just checked the D-Link site & this has been discontinued... Is this any cause fir concern?

Showing my technophobia!

Having looked at some reviews, I've seen some people have had a bad time using this with anything other than a D-link adapter. Can anyone comment on this please?
Sold out... ******!

Next cheapest price I can find is £86 so far... Again I say ******!!

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