Linksys WRT54GR Wireless-G Cable Router With Rangebooster £22.99 Delivered / 5% Voucher/QuidCo @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Product Description: Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router with RangeBooster WRT54GR - wireless router
Device Type: Wireless router + 4-port switch (integrated)
Form Factor: External
Weight: 0.3 kg
Data Transfer Rate: 54 Mbps
Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
Routing Protocol: RIP, static IP routing
Data Link Protocol: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Network / Transport Protocol: PPTP, L2TP, IPSec, PPPoE
Remote Management Protocol: HTTP, HTTPS
Features: Firewall protection, DMZ port, dynamic IP address assignment , DHCP support, NAT support, Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), MAC address filtering, VPN passthrough
Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED
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#1
Good router, good price.

It's a very slimline unit and can be stood upright, great if you have your other in the hallway like I do.
#2
Great price. I have used this router for a year or so and had no issues. Would defo recommend.
#3
Good backup but it's nothing new or special.

I'd rather pop down to my local Argos and get this Belkin for £29.99 [url]www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/6750392.htm[/url]

Routers are the sort of thing most people try and save a few quid on. If you need one you need one.
#4
so is the rangebooster a separate unit?
#5
I have personally always had problems with all the Linksys hardware that I have.

My first purchase was a wireless router on which the 3-pin power input overheated greatly. They replaced that with another, newer wireless router model which just kept on dropping the signal 2-3 times a day. I later purchased a wired usb wireless signal receiver which packed in after about 5 months of use.

Will never bother purchasing any Linksys products again. I instead prefer Netgear, not 1 signal drop in over 8 months, superb.
#6
I must admit, having searched for info on it, it's got terrible reviews here
banned#7
Could this be attached to an existing wireless network and extend it? Ie our wireless doesn't reach one end of our house, can we put this half way down the house and use it to extend the connection?
#8
I too have issues with the Linksys I currently have at home. I find the signal to be weak and have compatibility issues with Windows and Norton Antivirus software.
#9
Manbag
I too have issues with the Linksys I currently have at home. I find the signal to be weak and have compatibility issues with Windows and Norton Antivirus software.


simple, get rid of norton software, its the worst antivirus software out there, and slows your computer down.


i would rather use avg free than that piece-o-crap.


or buy NOD32



routers a good deal, i would buy ten of these iver buying a belkin model, if you want a brand of router that would be the epitome of crapness, then belkins your one.
#10
Fujioka
Good backup but it's nothing new or special.

I'd rather pop down to my local Argos and get this Belkin for £29.99 [url]www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/6750392.htm[/url]

Routers are the sort of thing most people try and save a few quid on. If you need one you need one.


Is the Belkin you linked to something new or special? Can you buy something new or special for £23 or even £30?

What advantage would the extra £7 give me if I just want to share my 8Mb cable broadband connection to my house and not the entire street?

Personally I would look at something like THIS ONE but this deal represents excellent value for money is IMO
#11
or for those against Belkin, Linksys WRT160N currently has a £10 cashback promotion on it meaning you can get it for £40 or less
#12
I'd avoid, unless desperate. Old tech.
#13
having trouble with my linsky keeps going off have to keep unplugging .just bought netgear :x
#14
having trouble with my linsky keeps going off have to unplug and set up again ,just bought nrtgear:x
#15
If this is anything like my WAG200G then HOT HOT HOT - super little device with plenty of range and NEVER in over two years have I had to reset it or had any other problems!
#16
I've had a Liksys 540G for nearly 3 yrs , not a murmur out of it , super reliable .

Does the range booster do as it say as my garden reception is lowish so this might do .
#17
I've had one of these for about a year & it works very well in a large Victorian house with thick walls with Macs all over the house and when I use my ibook next door. Never drops out. I couldn't set the thing up myself but fortunately my daughters' boyfriend understands these things.

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