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Linksys Wireless-G ADSL Home Gateway Router

The All-In-One Solution for Internet Connectivity

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

Connect your computers to the Gateway via the built-in 4-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch to jump start your network. You canshare files, printers, hard drive space and other resources. Attach four PCs directly, or connect more hubs and switches tocreate as big a network as you need. The built-in Wireless-G (802.11g) Access Point allows up to 32 wireless devices toconnect to your network at a blazing 54Mbps, without running cables through the building. It's also compatible with Wireless-B(802.11b) devices, at 11Mbps. The Gateway's Router function ties it all together and lets your whole network share that highspeedInternet connection.

To protect your data and privacy, the Wireless-G ADSL Home Gateway features an advanced firewall to keep Internet intrudersand attackers out. Wireless transmissions can be protected by powerful WPA2 data encryption. Configuration is a snap with anyweb browser.

With the Linksys Wireless-G ADSL Home Gateway at the heart of your network, you're connected to the future.


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



Advanced Features

* Supports 802.11g and 802.11b wireless LAN
* Built-in ADSL modem with G.lite, g.992.3, g.992.5, G.dmt, and T1. 413 support
* Supports 4 10/100 Auto MDI/MDI-X LAN switch ports
* Enhanced security management functions: Port Filtering, MAC and IP Address Filtering, DMZ Hosting, and NAT Technology
* Build-in web graphical user interface for easy configuration from any web browser
* Support for RFC1483, PPPoE and PPPoA connections
* Statefull Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall with Denial of Service (DoS) prevention
* Wireless Access Lists to enhance wireless security
* Supports VPN Passthrough for IPSec, PPTP, and L2TP Protocols
* Supports Static and Dynamic Routing (RIP1 and 2)
* DHCP Server capability to assign IP addresses automatically
* Remote administration and remote upgrades available over the Internet
* E-mail and Web-based Logging of Security Events
* Supports traffic and event logging
* Support for NTP (Network Time Protocol) for Synchronizing with a Real-Time Server
* Support for Broadcast SSID Disable
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#1
Thanks adam0273 :)

Bought this last week from Misco for ~ £41 inc delivery. Further £1.50 via Quidco too.

Buying from Ebuyer is wee bit cheaper if not Quidcoing.
#2
When you submit deals do you have to include the delivery in the price?
#3
adam0273
When you submit deals do you have to include the delivery in the price?


Yes pls... :)
#4
Does anyone know if this router is compatible with Vista?
#5
fu510n
Does anyone know if this router is compatible with Vista?


Why not ??
#6
The router works via TCP which isn't affected by any software or OS

It may have some bundled software which won't work but the router itself can be setup with any OS
#7
Excellent!

I ask because ive just got Vista and my current Modem wont work with it :-(
#8
I bought my first router a month or so ago. It was a bit of a pig to setup however it was my first wireless network and everyone I think struggles their first time. The benefit of buying your kit from Linksys is that their support is awesome. I called a freephone number which patched me to an American sounding lady in the Phillipines! Incredibly polite and very knowledgeable, she helped me set up the router (solved network issues with a wireless laptop which turned out to be my firewall which was blocking my connection and she even helped me set up WPA security.

My model is a WAG54GS. I cannot comment specifically on this the WAG200G however it is a wireless gateway like mine and I imagine any differences will be negligable. My Linksys is very good. It has good range and decent security. I'd happily buy this at this price!
#9
fu510n
Excellent!

I ask because ive just got Vista and my current Modem wont work with it :-(


I would get onto your modem manufacturer asthey will be ableto provide drivers for use with Vista.:thinking:
#10
What modem is it?
#11
I have this router and paid £63 for it delivered, towards the end of last year :O

Got it for the power of the wireless signal which IIRC is 18dbi whereas my dead d-link g604t was either 3 or 8dbi. The signal to the wireless computer is rock solid now when before it was a bit flakey due to the walls.

At this price I would highly recommend it :)
#12
Got the WAG 54gX2 myself and use it with Sky BB - no problems at all.

Wireless signal is great compared to the Netgear offerings i've tried.
#13
fu510n
Excellent!

I ask because ive just got Vista and my current Modem wont work with it :-(

You would certainly be better off with a router rather than a modem..;-) .
#14
But do i need such an expensive one? Also, could someone please explain how exactly it works?

eg. my current modem goes like this;



[LIST]
[*]Telephone socket at the wall
[/LIST]
vvv
[LIST]
[*]telephone extention cable
[/LIST]
vvv
[LIST]
[*]ADSL filter
[/LIST]
vvv
[LIST]
[*]cable to modem >>> USB to PC
[/LIST]
+
[LIST]
[*]cable to telephone
[/LIST]



What will my setup go like if i had a router?

Cheers :thumbsup:
#15
This has no issues with Vista. I have been using it for the last week and no problems. In terms of how it fits into the physical side of it. I plugs into your adsl filter in the same set up you have. Its fairly easy to setup as long as you have your ISP's details :) Good Name for a good price :)
#16
fu510n
But do i need such an expensive one? Also, could someone please explain how exactly it works?

eg. my current modem goes like this;



[LIST]
[*]Telephone socket at the wall
[/LIST]
vvv
[LIST]
[*]telephone extention cable
[/LIST]
vvv
[LIST]
[*]ADSL filter
[/LIST]
vvv
[LIST]
[*]cable to modem >>> USB to PC
[/LIST]
+
[LIST]
[*]cable to telephone
[/LIST]



What will my setup go like if i had a router?

Cheers :thumbsup:


The same, except your router would connect to your PC via either a network cable or wirelessly if you have a Wifi enabled system. I'm assuming that your telephone cable comes out of a filtered phone socket or extension.
#17
hi..would this be ok to go on line with my xbox 360 and pc
#18
Nookster
The same, except your router would connect to your PC via either a network cable or wirelessly if you have a Wifi enabled system. I'm assuming that your telephone cable comes out of a filtered phone socket or extension.


Well its for the Dell Dimension E520 advertised here recently. Strangely it doesnt have an ethernet port but luckily for me i have one spare. If the router uses this ethernet port what will my Xbox360's ethernet cable plug into? The router?
#19
Yep!

After you configure it, the Xbox can go straight into on of the routers sockets, so no need to have your computer on for internet sharing when you go on to Xbox Live! :)
#20
Nookster
Yep!

After you configure it, the Xbox can go straight into on of the routers sockets, so no need to have your computer on for internet sharing when you go on to Xbox Live! :)


Wow, great stuff! I reckon im gonna get this then. Unless of course someone can give me a reason to opt for the Netgear DG834G instead? Its £10 more so its gonna have to be a damn good reason :giggle:
#21
I was doing the same thing - Xbox plugged into my Mac, until I cancelled my sub.

I caved and ordered this in the hope that it'll boost the range of my DS Lite, as I'm sharing my connection to it via my wifi card at the mo.

Nothing ventured... :)
#22
fu510n
Wow, great stuff! I reckon im gonna get this then. Unless of course someone can give me a reason to opt for the Netgear DG834G instead? Its £10 more so its gonna have to be a damn good reason :giggle:


My cousin has version 6 of that netgear router and despite trying almost everything, the Xbox still reports a Strict or Moderate NAT setting in the Xbox Live tests. Apparently this is due to the router incorrectly reporting something even though the ports are open. I have read that using an earlier firmware for the router that is 'Xbox certified' should work, this is what we will be trying soon.

At present, as a result of the incorrect NAT status being reported, some games detect this and do not allow him to even attempt to host games (Crackdown and Gears of War) whereas others will work perfectly (eg PES 6), until the port forwarding is removed. :(

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