Dynamode R-ADSL-C4W-G2 54Mbps Wireless ADSL2/2+ Router And Wireless USB Adapter Bundle £15.00 - HotUKDeals
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Dynamode R-ADSL-C4W-G2 54Mbps Wireless ADSL2/2+ Router And Wireless USB Adapter Bundle £15.00

£15.00 @ Play.Com
Play.com have a sale on and i found this wireless router and usb adapter bundle which is now only £15.00. ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ (1/2/4/8/24Mbps) integrated Modem IEEE802.11g+ (54Mbps), 802.11g(54Mbps)… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Play.com have a sale on and i found this wireless router and usb adapter bundle which is now only £15.00.

ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ (1/2/4/8/24Mbps) integrated Modem
IEEE802.11g+ (54Mbps), 802.11g(54Mbps), 802.11b (11Mbps)
Wireless Encryption: WPA, WPA-2, WEP, MAC Filtering
Safe&Secure Dual SPI Firewall with Port Forwarding & DMZ
DoS protection with advanced cloaking techniques
uPnP (Universal Plug n Play) for automatic device discovery
VPN Pass through supporting IPSEC and PPTP
Supports both DHCP Server and DHCP Client
Proxy DNS with URL blocking feature
Built-in 4 Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch Supports QoS & VLAN
Removable Antenna for easy Antenna Upgrade
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#1
Great price but an awful review regarding setting it up
#2
Brad
Great price but an awful review regarding setting it up


The reviewer is not being truthful at all, it's a simple wizard to set it up and all the default settings are for UK broadband (meaning all you need is your username and password for the ISP). This is a fine piece of kit and fantastic value for the money, I highly recommend it.

The only thing worth noting about it is the 'hidden' admin section, which gives you access to further more advanced settings. 75% of users won't even need to know where the admin page is but those that do will be suprised at how feature rich such a cheap router is.

For this price it's a steal!


PS. The fact that the admin section is even hidden from 'non tech' users should tell you how easy it is to setup, so the reviews criticising this product are highly suspicious...
#3
Thanks - ordered..... ill brave the setup and its handy for a spare.
#4
I have one of these in my loft, was given to me. It is VERY easy to set up but not as good or solid a performer as my Netgfear or even CHEAPO safecom router. I would say well worth £15 though and thats even if it didn't come with a USB dongle.
#5
does anyone know if the USB adapter is compatible with Mac?
#6
Could you use this as a wireless bridge for an original xbox?
#7
Nice one!
#8
pimpMe
The reviewer is not being truthful at all, it's a simple wizard to set it up and all the default settings are for UK broadband (meaning all you need is your username and password for the ISP). This is a fine piece of kit and fantastic value for the money, I highly recommend it.

The only thing worth noting about it is the 'hidden' admin section, which gives you access to further more advanced settings. 75% of users won't even need to know where the admin page is but those that do will be suprised at how feature rich such a cheap router is.

For this price it's a steal!


PS. The fact that the admin section is even hidden from 'non tech' users should tell you how easy it is to setup, so the reviews criticising this product are highly suspicious...


There are always a few bad reviews on any router, someone always has a network issue or gets their authentication details wrong then blames it on the router. The review said "requires CD and USB to even get running" well I doubt it. They probably had issue with wireless and wep keys drivers etc. Im pretty sure like all routers you just need an ethernet cable and a web browser to set it up.
#9
is this a modem/router?

from spec
ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ (1/2/4/8/24Mbps) integrated Modem
#10
Those specs just answered your own question and in case of any doubt it's a yes.

Morgancomputers have a Belkin Wireless G+ MIMO ADSL Modem Router F5D9630 for £22.99 and a couple of other Belkin routers for £19.99 one of which is the Belkin ADSL Modem with Wireless-G Router F5D7632-4.

A little more pricey than this deal, but some people like brands and whilst I'm not a massive fan of Belkin routers they seem like reasonable deals. Morgan also have Belkin Wireless N1 Router F5D8231 for £22.99 which is a cable router.

Morgancomputers is a pretty good shop, bought a couple of things from them in the past, sometimes they are a bit expensive and sometimes they offer some cheap deals.
#11
hey some good deals on that morgan computers site.
I now believe that this is as stated , just a router, after reading other sites description of this item inc amazon i think play may have made an error stating its also a modem, could be wrong!
#12
Bully
hey some good deals on that morgan computers site.
I now believe that this is as stated , just a router, after reading other sites description of this item inc amazon i think play may have made an error stating its also a modem, could be wrong!


The same model name R-ADSL-C4WG2 on Dynamode's website lists Integrated ADSL2+ Modem, up to 24Mbps speeds
#13
its a shame they can't list whether the adapter is a windows only device or whether it's compatible with Mac OS X as well...seems like a fairly basic spec to leave out considering most other companies specify.

Does anyone know?
#14
sancho1983
Could you use this as a wireless bridge for an original xbox?


Yes, as it's a router... Why not just use it for your internet connection for the Xbox too, rather than bridging to another router?
#15
Dannyb2007
its a shame they can't list whether the adapter is a windows only device or whether it's compatible with Mac OS X as well...seems like a fairly basic spec to leave out considering most other companies specify.

Does anyone know?


Taken from another site selling the same item;

Operating Systems Supported : Microsoft Windows 98, 98SE, Me, 2000, XP • Apple Mac OS X • Linux
#16
Got this today what a awful bit of kit to set up. My old BT voyager was just plug and play with its own wep address etc. This thing needs a degree in computer networking to set up. I wsh I'd taken note of the review!

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