Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router with RangeBooster WRT54GR - £29.78 delivered @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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I bought one of these last week and works a treat.
Great price too.
Can be used as a Router, Wireless Access Point, Repeater or Bridge.
Has a 4 port ethernet switch on board as well.

Note, this needs a Cable or ADSL Modem for sharing Internet.

Be sure to select super saver delivery for this price.
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#2
Great deal, heat added
#3
Good deal if it works better than my Linksys, have to re-set it so many times as just cuts off my net. Pre-N Belkin for me next if an offer like this comes up for one.
#4
Yomanda
Good deal if it works better than my Linksys, have to re-set it so many times as just cuts off my net. Pre-N Belkin for me next if an offer like this comes up for one.


Snap. voted cold because it is a poor product.
#5
Yomanda
Good deal if it works better than my Linksys, have to re-set it so many times as just cuts off my net. Pre-N Belkin for me next if an offer like this comes up for one.


I had that a few months ago with my WAG200G, tried re-installing my firmware, checking/changing settings, pressing the reset for a few seconds, no dice.

So I saved my config, and held the reset button down for a good 10 seconds, a single red status light (instead of the green power light) went on, let it boot up - took longer than usual, good sign, loaded my saved config, flawless since.

It was perfect for a year and a half before that, the only thing I can think of that might have caused it was me being cheeky and doing a firmware update over the Wi-Fi (which they tell you not to do) instead of an Ethernet cable.
#6
Nookster;2930947
doing a firmware update over the Wi-Fi (which they tell you not to do) instead of an Ethernet cable.


:) what followed wasn't surprising, it was expected :) ... Been there done that. ouch
#7
do these routers support port forwarding like forwarding port 80 to port 22? (as opposed to forwarding port 80 to port 80 to internal ip address)
#8
alchemistkevin
:) what followed wasn't surprising, it was expected :) ... Been there done that. ouch


Yeah, only thing I can think of, serves me right! :oops:

alchemistkevin
do these routers support port forwarding like forwarding port 80 to port 22? (as opposed to forwarding port 80 to port 80 to internal ip address)


My oldish one supports Port Triggering (under "Port Range Triggering"), as well as the usual single port forwarding and port range forwarding. This one does too according to the specs.
#9
alchemistkevin
do these routers support port forwarding like forwarding port 80 to port 22? (as opposed to forwarding port 80 to port 80 to internal ip address)


I'm actually away from home atm. Will let you know when I get a chance to play on the router.
It did have standard port forwarding when browsing past it while setting it up.
#10
Yomanda
Good deal if it works better than my Linksys, have to re-set it so many times as just cuts off my net. Pre-N Belkin for me next if an offer like this comes up for one.


Same model as the on offer here?
Have you checked that it isnt your cable/adsl modem?
#11
Does anyone have a N router yet? Cant find online which router gives the best range and signal.
Need to get at least 15 meters, tried with a normal Linksys, old BT Hub (Not the new N) and the another one.
Not very good signal and in and out of range.

Any help?
#12
No then.
Okay.
#13
EyeDoubleYou
Does anyone have a N router yet? Cant find online which router gives the best range and signal.
Need to get at least 15 meters, tried with a normal Linksys, old BT Hub (Not the new N) and the another one.
Not very good signal and in and out of range.

Any help?


How many walls are between your router and the client?
Also, are we talking about different floors?
You might find that you need a second router to act as a repeater in-order to get better signal at your client.
This to get around dead spots caused by too many walls or angles.
#14
alchemistkevin
do these routers support port forwarding like forwarding port 80 to port 22? (as opposed to forwarding port 80 to port 80 to internal ip address)


Just checked, you can forward external ports to different internal ports etc

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