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found a great offer! Haven't used them before though.

Linksys WRT160N router and it's wireless n for virgin cable. Router is cheap anyway and you get another tenner off by a cashback from linksys. So works out 13.99 for a wireless n router brand new and it's linksys.

Cashback is on a claim form on the site and valid for this router - http://www.broadbandbuyer.co.uk/images/PDF/Cisco/Cisco_Cashback.pdf

offer ends next week so bought mine and was told I have to claim before the 3rd May

£27.51 including VAT and shipping THEN minus the £10 cashback makes it £17.51 not £13.99.
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#1
Dont forget the shipping costs bringing it to GRAND TOTAL £27.51

then -£10 cashback :)
#2
TechNet
Dont forget the shipping costs bringing it to GRAND TOTAL £27.51

then -£10 cashback :)


good to me even @ £17.51:roll:
#3
Looked like a good deal, £60 on Amazon!

Ordered this afternoon and just had a dispatch notification :thumbsup:
#4
excellent router & price! i paid £45 for this from p*ss world when it was on offer and hasnt let me down once.... :thumbsup:
#5
For those people who recently bought homeplugs or networking, bear in mind you can use one of these to split the signal from one homeplug among four different devices. I had one feeding two PCs and an X-box. A lot cheaper than buying separate homeplugs. NB turn off DHCP in the router first so it doesn't try giving out its own addresses to clients.
#6
Voted hot i had the asdl version and it worked great :thumbsup:
#7
if i have a adsl netgear DG834GT from sky would i need one of these? what do they exactly do and what benefits would i get from this?

voted hot anyway as it is a cisco.
#8
HOT - this router takes DD-WRT (I think)
#9
Can I replace my HomeHub with one of these?
#10
Stainy
HOT - this router takes DD-WRT (I think)


only if it's v1.0,1.1 or v3. v2 is not suppoted.
#11
does this have 4 port gigabit lan i cant find it¬?
#12
Does anyone know how good the coverage is on this? im thinking of getting the adsl version?
#13
To anybody asking if it can replace their Home Hub or modem router the answer is no because it has no modem in it. All it's good for is wirelessly connecting a home network. I'd advise homeplugs instead, much safer.
#14
Gavin01
does this have 4 port gigabit lan i cant find it¬?


No it's fast ethernet so 100mb ports.

Single band too, so with mixed 802.11g and 802.11n you'll only get g speeds.
#15
I've got one of these, it's more or less bullet proof.

Have to reboot it every now and then, at this price it's a complete steal.
1 Like #16
How would the cash back work? If I pay with paypal and who do I send that form to?
1 Like #17
rew632
How would the cash back work? If I pay with paypal and who do I send that form to?


all the info is here:

http://www.broadbandbuyer.co.uk/Shop/PageTextDetail.asp?SetID=4&TextID=899

Address is:

Cisco Cashback Promotion,
1st Floor,
277-281 Oxford Street,
London
W1C 2DL.
#18
@vmessy Thanks :)
#19
does any know what version these are? I am hoping to put DD-WRT on it.
#20
hmm i need 1 gigabit with wireless n. perhaps asking to much lol
#21
I've got a homeplug system but would like to extend my wireless network. Does anyone know if I can use one of these? I'm thinking about using the output from the homeplug as a feed and turning off dhcp???
#22
DazzyB yes that would work. I'm doing it right now.
#23
When I glanced at the image in the OP I thought it was a set of bathroom scales!
#24
Can someone please let us know when they receive theirs as to what version the device is for DD-WRT upgrade-ability please :)
#25
Gavin01
hmm i need 1 gigabit with wireless n. perhaps asking to much lol


It's more cost effective to get a separate gigabit switch. You won't get more than 100mbit over .11n anyway.
#26
:x expired!
#27
thanks op, heat added
#28
newforce
:x expired!


still available
#29
oh. I made a mistake. sorry

batista
still available
#30
i take it this isnt a modem as well?
EDIT: ahh the one i want is the wag-160n D:
o well, will wait till that drops
#31
Noghar
For those people who recently bought homeplugs or networking, bear in mind you can use one of these to split the signal from one homeplug among four different devices. I had one feeding two PCs and an X-box. A lot cheaper than buying separate homeplugs. NB turn off DHCP in the router first so it doesn't try giving out its own addresses to clients.


Surely you would buy a switch not a router, for less than this.....
#32
they are selling USB adapter taking off the package and selling it at a price of £29.43

think cold for me??
#33
dont need this but MEGA cheap

HOT HOT HOT
#34
Tip: please add to post!

broadbandbuyer have an ebay outlet, they are selling this exact router for £24.99 delivered. That's £1 more than their normal site but you save £1.99 on shipping.

The ebay listing doesn't specifiy the delivery method used but if you're not too fussed how it gets to you this'll save you £1.99.

I can't give you the address or a mod will get pissy but search ebay for "Linksys WRT160N".
#35
I was reading reviews on Amazon US earlier this evening, apparently version 1.0 and 2.0 had some issues which were finally resolved in version 3.0

May be worth checking out prior to purchase.
#36
xtreme777
does any know what version these are? I am hoping to put DD-WRT on it.


The eBay outlet auction says "linksys wrt160n v3 wireless-n router"
#37
Hopefully it's v3.
#38
Thank you ordered :)
#39
anyone have an address to send the cashback claim form to?

EDIT - found it!

Cisco Cashback Promotion,
1st Floor,
277-281 Oxford Street,
London
W1C 2DL
#40
Can you ONLY claim back £10 IF you purchase it from broadband buyer?

Or can I buy it from elsewhere and get £10 back aswell?

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