Hitachi Wireless ADSL2+ 11G VoIP Router only 19.99 del @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Really good price for adsl 2+ modem and wireless router.

The AH4051 combines a ADSL 2/2+ modem for broadband access, wireless 802.11g connectivity AND a VoIP gateway for making internet calls. The AH4051 is packed with features yet simple to set-up without prior knowledge. The AH4051 is a highly versatile gateway designed for home users. In addition to providing simultaneous wireless broadband access for multiple PPP connections, two VoIP ports allow users to make high quality internet telephone calls. Configured for the UK market, the AH4051 includes an easy set-up wizard allowing users to get started quickly without prior technical knowledge. The AH4051 is feature packed and provides users with an extensive menu of configuration options including a budget function to control internet usage by time or amount of data. The AH4051 contains an impressive suite of security features including a firewall, wireless encryption and IP/Port/MAC filtering. The full function PSTN line can be used simultaneously with the internet phone line and when one line is busy calls can still be made and received through the other line.

Features:
Supports ADSL 2/2+, backwards compatible to ADSL
Supports 802.11g wireless link with up to 54 Mbps data rates
2 x RJ-45 10/100 Ethernet ports with auto-sensing
1 x USB 1.1 client
Full router functions including DHCP, NAT and Stateful Packet Inspection Firewall
Supports WEP, WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK for secure WiFi transmission
URL/Port/MAC Address filters
Configured for the UK and tested at BT Labs
Easy set-up wizard for quick configuration
UPnP compliant


Tech Specs:
Router Type ADSL2+ WAN
WAN Protocols PPPoA PPPoE MER IPoA Wireless LAN
WLAN Standards IEEE 802.11 IEEE 802.11a IEEE 802.11b IEEE 802.11d IEEE 802.11g Yes IEEE 802.11h IEEE 802.11n IEEE 802.11y
Data Transfer Rates Data Transfer Rates Up to 54 Mbps
Encryption 64/128-bit WEP
Telecommunications G.711 Compression Yes G.729ab Compression Yes
Security Security Stateful Packet Inspection Firewall Access Control List IP/Port/URL/MAC Filtering Interfaces/Ports
LAN Ports 2 x RJ-45 10/100 Mbps Ethernet
ADSL Interface 1 x RJ-45
USB Ports 1 x USB 1.1
VoIP Ports 1 x FXO
Telephone Ports 2 x FXS
System
Management Web-Based configuration and status monitoring Remote/Local firmware upgrade and configuration update via HTTP and TFTP System log Configuration backup and restore Supports TR069 remote management Local hosts Internet usage control by time or/and payload Incoming and outgoing call logs Environmenta
l Environmental - Humidity 10 to 95 % Operating Temperature 0 to 40 °C Electrical
Voltage/Power/Frequency / / 15 W Power Adaptor Type External
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#1
good deal but only 2 lan ports so its more suited to those require wireless than wired networking.
#2
Been this price for a while but worth reposting as it is cheap for an ADSL wireless router.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/423987/hitachi-wireless-adsl2-11g-voip-rou/?p=5517759#post5517759
#3
Computerman
good deal but only 2 lan ports so its more suited to those require wireless than wired networking.


Shame only 2 lan ports, but with ADSL2 you may as well run everything wireless. Tempted to buy as in a few months ADSL2+ will be available form my local exchange. Anyone else used one of these or see a marked improvement with ADSL2+?
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#5
Brad
Shame only 2 lan ports, but with ADSL2 you may as well run everything wireless. Tempted to buy as in a few months ADSL2+ will be available form my local exchange. Anyone else used one of these or see a marked improvement with ADSL2+?


Depends on the distance from the exchange, but yes it can be a Noticeable difference.

The maximum speed on ADSL2+ is 24Mbit/s where as the maximum on ADSL1 is 8Mbit/s

Problem is the dropoff is somewhat steeper on ADSL2+

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g300/kirby_pk/internode-adsl2-dist07.jpg

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