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Linksys WAG200G Wireless ADSL Modem Router (gateway) with 4 port Switch is just £33 delivered from Amazon.co.uk

Brilliant product at a Bargain price !! At least £41+ in most other sites.

Description: The Linksys Wireless-G ADSL Home Gateway is the all-in-one solution for Internet connectivity. The ADSL Modem function gives you a blazing fast connection to the Internet, far faster than a dial-up, and without tying up your phone line.

Features : ADSL2+ Modem, Internet-sharing Router, 4-Port Switch and Wireless- G Access Point in one box | High-speed ADSL2+ Modem gives you a fast, "Always On" connection to the Internet | Connect your home PCs and other wireless devices to the Gateway and the Internet using the built-in Wireless-G Access Point, or connect directly with the 4-port Ethernet Switch | |Advanced Firewall, Content Filtering and Security features protect your PCs, your data, and your family
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[mod]#2
Great price edi, thanks! :)
#3
nice one edi...has anyone got one of these so we know if they do the biz.
banned#4
Only 1 review on ebuyer but it is 5 stars out of 5

Several reviews on broadbandbuyer.co.uk where it gets 4 thumbs up out of 5


I've ordered one as my now elderly Netgear WRG614v2 + Zoom 1 ADSL modem pairing keeps crashing & you can send stuff back easily with Amazon.
#5
does anyone know if you can turn off the wireless and still use this as a modem and wired router?

so i could have a wired connection to a desktop and xbox (both via lan cable)
and then be able to switch on the wireless as needed (laptop etc)

thankyou
#6
arnold.rimmer
does anyone know if you can turn off the wireless and still use this as a modem and wired router?



Yes you should be able to, i use a Netgear and just turn off the wireless in the settings
#7
Ive JUST ordered mine from Misco this morning for £45.75 which is being delivered tomorrow! What the hell should i do now?? £12.75 thrown away for the sake of 7 hours! :x
#8
currychops
nice one edi...has anyone got one of these so we know if they do the biz.


I have this Currychops :thumbsup: which is why I said 'brilliant' product in OP ;-)
#9
Thanks everyone :)

fu510n
Ive JUST ordered mine from Misco this morning for £45.75 which is being delivered tomorrow! What the hell should i do now?? £12.75 thrown away for the sake of 7 hours! :x


lol... hope you went for next day delivery (~ £8 ). I chose 3 days delivery (£5) but was delivered next day ;-)

Refuse the parcel on delivery which should then be send back to Misco.
#10
I bought one of these 12 months ago when Argos was selling the router and a USB wireless adapter together for the bargain price of £49.99 (total separate price at the time was about £120 ).
It has been a brill bit of kit... very fast (even though I am limited to 1mbps on my internet due to geography).
My sons computer feeds wirelessly off it from hs bedroom a good way away as does my laptop. Even the other son's Wii is happy connecting up with it.
I'd be interested to know if this particular one ships with the antenna.
Mine hasn't got one but still performs to a high standard without it.

Miles better than a Netgear I tried before I settled on the Linksys.

Go ahead... buy... you won't be disappointed!!:prop:
#11
jtcg
I bought one of these 12 months ago when Argos was selling the router and a USB wireless adapter together for the bargain price of £49.99 (total separate price at the time was about £120 ).
It has been a brill bit of kit... very fast (even though I am limited to 1mbps on my internet due to geography).
My sons computer feeds wirelessly off it from hs bedroom a good way away as does my laptop. Even the other son's Wii is happy connecting up with it.
I'd be interested to know if this particular one ships with the antenna.
Mine hasn't got one but still performs to a high standard without it.

Miles better than a Netgear I tried before I settled on the Linksys.

Go ahead... buy... you won't be disappointed!!:prop:

I have a similar one, though it's for cable and not ADSL, so it doesn't have the router built in.

Anyway, it didn't come with an external antenna, so I bought one off ebay. Was only a few pound and it made a difference with signal.
#12
Would this work with a Netgear WG111T PCMCIA card?
#13
edi
lol... hope you went for next day delivery (~ £8 ). I chose 3 days delivery (£5) but was delivered next day ;-)

Refuse the parcel on delivery which should then be send back to Misco.


I did go for the next day delivery - £8.95 excluding VAT and about £10.75 inc. VAT :shock:

Unfortunately my Mum will be home tomorrow and i doubt she's gonna be up for hiding behind the sofa everytime someone knocks at the door. If she genuinely did miss it somehow though, what would happen? Are you sure it would go back to Misco? Or would it just be dropped off at my local Post Office?

At the end of the day though, for the sake of £12.75 i dont really want to have to wait until the middle of next week to be able to have the internet on my new Vista PC. Thats why i decided to pay almost double the delivery fee, just so i could have it for the weekend.
#14
LOL... She doesnt need to hide... just refuse to accept the parcel (its your right) :) This is what I did with a recent Play.com order and got full refund.

Delivery is through Initial City Link courier who will attempt 1 or 2 deliveries, and then hold the item in their warehouse for a week or so and subsequently return to Misco. Speak to Misco if you wish ;-)
#15
I have a Demon connection and I'm looking to get an access point for my xbox 360.

I have a Dlink DSL 624M downstairs
a DSM-520 PCI Card upstairs
Could i use the Linksys to connect to Dlink 624M wireless and not use it as a ADSL modem?

:roll:
#16
This is NOT a good quality modem/router. I bought mine for £40 from PC World as part of a modem/router/USB receiver bundle. Every two weeks or so the modem or router or both, loses the connection, and you either have to reboot the modem or manually disable then re-enable the ethernet or wireless connection. A few people on various websites / forums have reported similar issues. Having said that , for anyone wanted a basic 802.11g modem/router/switch, its quite a good deal.

I have a Buffalo G54-HP router with seperate ethernet modem which runs faultlessly. Seperate router also gives you a bit more flexibility (ignore the references to 'homeplug) :-

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banned#17
Did you try a firmware upgrade?

Does anyone know if this will work on the old ADSL as I see it mentions ADSL+2? thanks.
#18
Haven't tried the firmware.

Modem works with ADSL and ADSL2.

Here's the product page for anyone that's interested.
#19
edi
LOL... She doesnt need to hide... just refuse to accept the parcel (its your right) :) This is what I did with a recent Play.com order and got full refund.

Delivery is through Initial City Link courier who will attempt 1 or 2 deliveries, and then hold the item in their warehouse for a week or so and subsequently return to Misco. Speak to Misco if you wish ;-)


Im not gonna bother mate, what's done is done, I can look forward to this great Router tomorrow and be more than content with what i paid. I reckon that if i just pretend i never saw it for £13 cheaper it wont bug me :whistling:

EDIT: Erm, ive just been asked a very important question. Will this modem be compatible with PIPEX internet?
#20
Try an email/phone call to Misco asking them to price check it and give you a refund. It can only help!
#21
I had a couple of these from Misco last week when they were around £36. Fitted them for clients, seemed to work as normal but I then lost a day of my life finding out that they needed a firmware update to access certain sites (ie Hotmail and Bebo) so not as good out of the box as the previous Linksys model. Still have to be worth £33, and the upgrade is not difficult.
#22
O.K.
Help please.
I have a 3 Mth old dimension e520.
I need to upgrade the modem (BT100)
Do I just get one of these and away I go or do I need anything else?
#23
Oh Well.

Ordered one anyway.
[admin]#24
What kind of modem are you talking about rizla01? If you mean a dial-up modem that isn't what this is. If you mean the modem for your broadband then that is unrelated to your Dell computer itself.
#25
Can you use this as a wireless access point for xbox 360 on existing Network
#26
Admin
What kind of modem are you talking about rizla01? If you mean a dial-up modem that isn't what this is. If you mean the modem for your broadband then that is unrelated to your Dell computer itself.


I have braodband connection. I have bought this as an upgrade to my modem/router. To replace my modem with wireless connection.

Wasn't sure if I needed anything else to plug into 'puter or if they now come with the required hardware for this to work.

Hope that makes sense.

I don't have a laptop, just the one machine.
#27
What model of modem/router do you have?
#28

O.K.
Help please.
I have a 3 Mth old dimension e520.
I need to upgrade the modem (BT100)
Do I just get one of these and away I go or do I need anything else?


As Stated.:)
#29
In the box........... (shot with Sony Ericsson W810i )


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#30
rizla01
As Stated.:)


Must be very rare, are you sure about the model number?
#31
Thanks Edi!!:thumbsup: Was looking for a wireless router.
Only problem is now I can work from home and the kids will drive me nuts! :whistling:
#32
swapmeetpete
Must be very rare, are you sure about the model number?


Actually a BT VOYAGER 100
#33
ah, so it's a USB modem, which is different from a modem router. If the computer is adjacent you might as well connect to the Linksys with the ethernet cable. If you want to move the computer to another part of the house and connect wirelessly you'll need another piece of equipment (wireless adapter).
#34
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ah, so it's a USB modem, which is different from a modem router
Told you I don't know much about this stuff:)


[SIZE=2]Does the Dell need an adapter or is it built in?[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]Got one somewhere but have to dig it out, but Ethernet sounds good for the mo.[/SIZE]
#35
This excellent modem/router is still available at the same low price, grab it before the price goes up!
Voted ++ :thumbsup:
#36
Ordered now anyway.
Thanks all.
#37
swapmeetpete
If the computer is adjacent you might as well connect to the Linksys with the ethernet cable


There are 4 ethernet ports & the gateway is supplied with a ethernet cable. Helpful feature if you have a desktop @ home without wireless + wireless laptop(s). The desktop PC can be connected via ethernet cable & laptop via wireless. ;-)
#38
Just a quick question, I already own one of these but with my kids xbox 360's, the PC, my sipgate phone and my dreambox all of the ports are taken. I do need another port and do not want to use a wireless adaptor so can I daisy chain this router to the other one.

I'm pretty sure I can somehow, just need someone who has done it or read the manual to confirm.
#39
davelfc
Just a quick question, I already own one of these but with my kids xbox 360's, the PC, my sipgate phone and my dreambox all of the ports are taken. I do need another port and do not want to use a wireless adaptor so can I daisy chain this router to the other one.

I'm pretty sure I can somehow, just need someone who has done it or read the manual to confirm.


Plug a switch into it - you dont want another router!

You dont even need to configure it, just plug it in and it works!
#40
gary_rip
Plug a switch into it - you dont want another router!

You dont even need to configure it, just plug it in and it works!


a switch? Please explain.

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