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Dynamode Wireless Cable DSL Router 802.11g - just £27.40 delivered

£27.40 @ Ebuyer
I know this has been posted before, but it's now a bit cheaper, and with super saver delivery it works out even less. Dynamode Wireless 802.11g Router (for DSL / Cable) is £22.94 inc VAT @ ebuyer.… Read More
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9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
I know this has been posted before, but it's now a bit cheaper, and with super saver delivery it works out even less.

Dynamode Wireless 802.11g Router (for DSL / Cable) is £22.94 inc VAT @ ebuyer.com

Free delivery on orders over £49.99 or £27.40 delivered ! Suitable for DSL / Cable connection (such as Virgin) to go Wireless.

Features : NAT/NAPT (Network Address Port Translation.) | PPPoE & PPTP support | Dial-on-demand and Auto Disconnect for PPPoE | DHCP Server/Client | Web-based Management | URL Filter to block access to undesirable sites | Stateful Packet Inspection | Frewall protects against DoS (Denial of Service)attacks | Access Control | UPnP (Universal Plug & Play) support | DMZ | Dynamic DNS | Virtual Servers

Description : The BR6004W-G is an IEEE 802.11g compliant wireless router with a built in four-port fast Ethernet switch. The BR6004W-G is designed for SOHO users to cost-effectively share a DSL or cable modem, providing Internet access to all your LAN/WLAN users. The integrated 802.11g Wireless Access Point allows wireless users simple and flexible to access all LAN or Internet resources by your wireless users. The BR6004W-G provides not only the ease of Internet access, but also the privacy of data transmission. Network Address Translation (NAT) provides your network with protection from intruders, while 64 and 128-bit WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) encryption guard your wireless network for maximum privacy. Additional security features include pass-through of multiple concurrent IPSec and PPTP VPN sessions for telecommuters or for anyone who needs to transmit sensitive information more securely.
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#1
I got this when it was cheap a few months ago and it's a great router, very easy to set-up, just make sure that you activate the firewall as it's off by default. Setting up security on it is easy using the set-up URL, I'm using WPA2 and it's secure as anything, although it also has WPA and WEP for those with other bits and bobs that can't handle WPA2 encryption.

Highly recommended router, easy set-up, I'm on Virgin Cable and I was using the previous router with the USB connection, just plugged this together in teh right order and hey presto it worked without having to change my PC settings at all. Check out the comments on eBuyer for tips and follow the instructions to the letter for initial power-up, it really is that easy. Also has a good wireless range.
#2
is it ok for vista?
#3
bjmcghee
I got this when it was cheap a few months ago and it's a great router, very easy to set-up, just make sure that you activate the firewall as it's off by default. Setting up security on it is easy using the set-up URL, I'm using WPA2 and it's secure as anything, although it also has WPA and WEP for those with other bits and bobs that can't handle WPA2 encryption.

Highly recommended router, easy set-up, I'm on Virgin Cable and I was using the previous router with the USB connection, just plugged this together in teh right order and hey presto it worked without having to change my PC settings at all. Check out the comments on eBuyer for tips and follow the instructions to the letter for initial power-up, it really is that easy. Also has a good wireless range.


do you use ethernet or usb cable? will the router accept usb?
#4
does this include usb adaptor?
i'd want to plug it into virgin media modem and use for desktop in loft- would this be suitable?
#5
The router requires an ethernet cable, there is no USB port. Most motherboards have a LAN connector now so it shouldn't be a problem.

As for Vista, I'm running XP Pro and haven't installed my OEM Vista (the one at £39.66, wahoo!) that I got from eBuyer. Would be worth doing a Google on the model number and Vista and see what comes up.
#6
Just checked and this one doesn't mention a USB adaptor, I got one with mine, but it was a different product code. However it was the same model of router.

Mine was this item: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/117886/rb/0
#7
Also, not sure what you mean by plugging this into the Virgin modem, you wouldn't use your current modem (if you're on cable) with this. You would unplug your old Virgin modem and install this one in its place. Sorry if I've picked you up wrong!
#8
ah gotcha thanks! i am having a loft conversion done, so i am losing my office where the ntl/vm line comes in- so if i can just buy a box and a dongle and use in the loft- this sounds like the best deal- i was looking at that netgear mimo stuff- but this is half the price
#9
Looks good, fine for cable - just DON'T use it with BT or any other [COLOR="Red"]A[/COLOR]dsl - it won't work.
#10
bjmcghee
Also, not sure what you mean by plugging this into the Virgin modem, you wouldn't use your current modem (if you're on cable) with this. You would unplug your old Virgin modem and install this one in its place. Sorry if I've picked you up wrong!


This is just a Router so it doesn't have a modem built-in. As a result you'll need to plug in your existing Cable or ADSL Modem to connect to your ISP (be that Virgin, BT or whoever)
#11
Gazbert
This is just a Router so it doesn't have a modem built-in. As a result you'll need to plug in your existing Cable or ADSL Modem to connect to your ISP (be that Virgin, BT or whoever)
#12
Yeah, I'm an eejit, I forgot that the cable modem is used with this, just checked...I'm off to flagellate myself...I said flagellate!!!
#13
Sorry for being slow but could someone please tell me what the aditional USB adaptor is used for mentioned with the combined package linked to above? In particular is it likely to reduce the number of hang-ups which I am experiencing with my current wireless router that has no USB adaptor?:oops:
#14
good price
but as an aside for anyone wnating one and a bluetotth dongle too
i got a philips SNK5600 with a philiphs dongle in the box too
from pc world for £39.99 on thurs
it's 50 quid in store but reserve and collect @ store and you get it for £39.99

havent set it up yet thats this afternoon or tomorrows job so can't comment yet on how good/easy it is yet
#15
andy123
Sorry for being slow but could someone please tell me what the aditional USB adaptor is used for mentioned with the combined package linked to above? In particular is it likely to reduce the number of hang-ups which I am experiencing with my current wireless router that has no USB adaptor?:oops:


The USB adaptor is a little dongle that you connect to a USB port on a PC/laptop that doesn't have built-in wireless to make it wireless capable. It basically acts as an aerial so that your PC communicates with the wireless router and uses it to access the internet. e.g. I bought a router for my sister's family that had a USB adaptor, wired their main PC directly to the router, my brother-in-law uses his laptop wirelessly as it's wireless capable and connected my nephew's PC to the router wirelessly using the USB adaptor. Hope that helps.

Are you having lots of hang-ups with a wirelessly connected PC/laptop to another router? What is your signal strength like? There are various things you can try including going into the set-up URL (the one with all the numbers) and changing the channel the router uses as that channel may either be used by a lot of your neighbours and you could be getting interference on it from them or from other electrical appliances in your house. Power spikes could also be a source of trouble from other appliances.

You could try (if possible) repositioning the router to see if that improves your signal or try an antenna upgrade to give you better signal throughout the house. Your PC may need a network driver upgrade or the router could need a firmware upgrade, check with the manufacturers websites of both for possible free upgrades. It could be because of the type of firewall you're using on your PC, sometimes XP's firewall can cause problems. So if you're using that then try substituting it for a free one like Zonealarm and see if that solves the problem. Another possibility is that you're getting faults on your actual line, not sure if it's a cable or ADSL line you have, please note the routers above are only for cable broadband.

If you try alll that and nothing has helped then go Googling for the problem and see what comes up as no doubt someone will have had the same problem.

Good luck.
#16
One other thing to check is that if your router can be set to "Always connected" in the set-up URL as sometimes if it's not then it doesn't reconnect when it's left idle with some routers.
#17
I aint got much of a clue about computers , would this work ok with Virgin Media as i would like to move my PC to another room can i do this with this item?
#18
Yeah, as the original post said it's OK for Virgin if you have cable broadband, wouldn't work on a normal phoneline if that's how you get your Virgin Broadband.

If your PC is wireless capable (or you have a USB adaptor for wireless) then you should be able to set this up wired and then unplug your PC from it and move the PC then connect with wireless adaptor to it. Might be a pain if you have problems with losing the connection and have to troubleshoot as you'd need to move your PC back. That is unless you also have a laptop which you could always connect with an ethernet cable to the router to troubleshoot and/or for initial set-up.

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