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Netgear DG834G 54Mbps Wireless Modem Router is available for £49.99 @ Argos (save £30)

Reserve online and collect in store. Good price for Netgear DG834G model. £55.81 @ Amazon !!

Features : 5 in 1 product combines modem, router, 4 port switch, wireless access point and firewall | No need for separate modem, plugs directly into ADSL line | Easily share ADSL connection with office or home computers | Includes stand, power adaptor, Ethernet cable, phone cable and ADSL filter, installation CD and guide.

Compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g wireless networks | True firewall and WPA-PSK encryption protects against intruders | Wireless speeds of up to 54Mbps | Size 28 x 175 x 119mm | Weight 0.3kg | 4 x 10/100 Ethernet ports | Not suitable for cable customers

Update: Thanks Omzy in the forum for this info: Free Netgear Wireless USB adapter (676/9101) when you buy this Netgear Wireless modem router (676/9091). To receive this offer add both items to trolley. Offer ends 19th January 2007.
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#1
Free Netgear Wireless USB adapter (676/9101) when you buy this Netgear Wireless modem router (676/9091). To receive this offer add both items to trolley. Offer ends 19th January 2007.
#2
Quick tip as well. If your wireless system is dropping its connection then remove the software firewall as the router has its own...:thumbsup: Its a great bit of kit by the way as well
#3
Or if you want it cheaper you can go HERE £30 delivered

But

It is B grade, used or discontinued.
#4
Thanks for the extra info all and for the Free Adaptor details Omzy ;-)
#5
I've got one of these and I've got to say it is Rex's Hairy Orbs - a fantastic piece of kit 10 out of 10
#6
Thanks for the feedback ODonnyBoy :)
#7
npnw
Quick tip as well. If your wireless system is dropping its connection then remove the software firewall as the router has its own...:thumbsup: Its a great bit of kit by the way as well


Yes but, surely this requires all the regular firewall maintenance,like with software firewalls, and this is where i have a problem...

I bought this Modem Router a few weeks back from Amazon, set it up (it's plugged in the ethernet port) it connects to the net, strangly, through a LAN Local Area Connection, and i don't know how to allow/deny program access rights like with zonelabs firewall, i can set instructions for programs etc, with this router i dunno what i'm doing and it doesn't feel safe conecting to the net with this device, i'm pc savvy but networking is damn confusing
#8
I don't think you can allow deny/access via Program name, you would have to do it via allow/denying relevant ports etc.

I've got one of these - 2 pc's wired up and a lappy & XBOX running off it wirelessly. Works a treat.
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like jbp says you can set up port forwarding but your hiding behind the routers firewall. Setup a password for the home network and away you go. Keep all other items going like Antivirus on all machines...
#10
For reference:

Not compatible with cable Internet such as Telewest :)
#11
And remember to encrypt your wireless... don't be like my next door neighbour ;0
#12
I have a Netgear router and wouldn't buy another one - it goes through phases of dropping the connection, particularly in warm weather... it's nothing to do with the firewall but is a known problem (if you google it) with the model I have (which looks similar to this one but mine is only a router, not a modem-router)... they overheat and the solution is either to unplug them overnight to cool down or to cut holes in the plastic casing...
My old Linksys was better.
#13
gobofraggle
I have a Netgear router and wouldn't buy another one - it goes through phases of dropping the connection, particularly in warm weather... it's nothing to do with the firewall but is a known problem (if you google it) with the model I have (which looks similar to this one but mine is only a router, not a modem-router)... they overheat and the solution is either to unplug them overnight to cool down or to cut holes in the plastic casing...
My old Linksys was better.
I'll second that. I bought this model a year ago and it eventually failed due to overheating and I have to have it's replacement on a cooler pad and it still occasionally drops the connection. :x
#14
Says £79.99 now :(
#15
Yeah expired unfortunately :santa: Thanks for the pointer :santa:

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