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Netgear Range Max Next Wireless Router ( Draft IEEE 802.11n draft version) £43.29 (was £78.29) @ Argos reserve and collect £43.20

£43.20 @ Argos
Seems like a great price for draft N router, reserve and collect or add £5,80 for home delivery. * Product no WNR2000. * Speed 270Mbps. * Range 150m. * 6 internal antennas. … Read More
clondikemike Avatar
8y, 16h agoFound 8 years, 16 hours ago
Seems like a great price for draft N router, reserve and collect or add £5,80 for home delivery.

* Product no WNR2000.
* Speed 270Mbps.
* Range 150m.
* 6 internal antennas.
* Built-in firewall.
* WEP, WPA-PSk built-in security.
* Wireless compatibility:
* IEEE 802.11n draft version, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b, 2,4GHz.
* 5 x 10/100 ethernet ports (1 WAN port, 4 LAN ports).
* Netgear smart wizard set-up tool included.
* System requirements:
* Broadband (cable, DSL) internet service and modem with ethernet connection.
* 2.4GHz 802.11n draft specification.
* Adaptor or 2.4GHz 802.11b/g.
* wireless adaptor or ethernet adaptor and cable for each computer.
* Windows Vista, XP, 2000, Me, Mac OS, UNIX or Linux.
* Internet explorer 5.0 or Netscape 4.7 or higher.
* Size (H)17.75, (W)13, (D)3.5cm.
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/157-6757766SPA71UC551627X.jpg
#2
Got one of these on the weekend for the GF's parents. Does the trick.
#3
steevie_b
Got one of these on the weekend for the GF's parents. Does the trick.


Umm wonder what trick:whistling:
#4
Sharing their cable broadband to more than one computer...? :thumbsup:
#5
marian_14_jul
Umm wonder what trick:whistling:


Connects to the internet i would have thought:)
#6
good deal but according to the spec it doesnt have wpa2 security. nevertheless im sure its an excellent router voted hot

edit: it does have wpa2 but it doesnt have a modem so u got to connect ur modem to the rj45 port.
#7
Computerman
good deal but according to the spec it doesnt have wpa2 security. nevertheless im sure its an excellent router voted hot


I can confirm it does.
#8
Computerman
good deal but according to the spec it doesnt have wpa2 security. nevertheless im sure its an excellent router voted hot


it does support wpa2, pdf link on this page : http://www.netgear.co.uk/wnr2000.php
#9
More money spent:roll:
#10
clondikemike
Connects to the internet i would have thought:)


congrats, u guessed it right!, i meant it more in a humor way though;-)
#11
Computerman
good deal but according to the spec it doesnt have wpa2 security. nevertheless im sure its an excellent router voted hot

edit: it does have wpa2 but it doesnt have a modem so u got to connect ur modem to the rj45 port.


No, this is not a modem, it's a router, so you need a modem (cable or ADSL) to plug into it with an ethernet cable.
#12
steevie_b
No, this is not a modem, it's a router, so you need a modem (cable or ADSL) to plug into it with an ethernet cable.


and thats what computerman said, and your point in repeating will be???
#13
marian_14_jul
congrats, u guessed it right!, i meant it more in a humor way though;-)


Ditto:thumbsup:
#14
I have the older white version of this, and for this price, this is going to get hot!!!
#15
This thread I laughed much.

ha.
#16
Love netgear, looking to upgrade to N but also 5GHz, no 5Ghz right? (dual band)
#17
I've got a wireless-g bridge attached to a switch in the living room which is connected to x-box etc. Any recommendations on a bridge to replace it with to make the most out of this router, have trouble streaming hd stuff at the moment.
#18
Just a word of warning I have the previous model n from netgear and it can sometime be temperamental with my PS3. I very often get signed out or can't even sign into psn due to dns problems, once I turn the console off then back on and it works. I have my ps3 connected via ethernet as i was hoping to stop this issue but sadly it happens with both wireless and wired connection. On the flip side i have never had any issues with my p.c, laptop or iphone just the ps3. I googled the problem and found that it is common.

if you are streming media in your home this is also excellent as can stream HD sources.

Hope this helps someone.

Heat added for the price
#19
Why buy a router without a modem built-in? It means you'll have two boxes when one could suffice...therefore this deal seems expensive for what it is. OK it's new 802.11n spec but you could get a wireless a/b/g modem/router combo for less than the cost of this :?
#20
trd
Why buy a router without a modem built-in? It means you'll have two boxes when one could suffice...therefore this deal seems expensive for what it is. OK it's new 802.11n spec but you could get a wireless a/b/g modem/router combo for less than the cost of this :?


If you have virgin media is the only reason really. If you have ADSL then it would be better to get an ADSL router.
#21
trd
Why buy a router without a modem built-in? It means you'll have two boxes when one could suffice...therefore this deal seems expensive for what it is. OK it's new 802.11n spec but you could get a wireless a/b/g modem/router combo for less than the cost of this :?


They don't do a combined cable modem & router is the reason why. :whistling:

Although I wish they did, cause I agree having two boxes is very annoying.
#22
jamesdew;5340600
If you have virgin media is the only reason really. If you have ADSL then it would be better to get an ADSL router.


Agreed, cable internet needs both modem and router seperate.
#23
If anyone wants the model with the built-in ADSL Modem its the
DGN2000.


http://www.broadbandbuyer.co.uk/Shop/ShopDetail.asp?ProductID=7255

£64.78
#24
Got this free with my 50meg BB from Virgin.
#25
trd
Why buy a router without a modem built-in? It means you'll have two boxes when one could suffice...therefore this deal seems expensive for what it is. OK it's new 802.11n spec but you could get a wireless a/b/g modem/router combo for less than the cost of this :?


They don't seem to do integrated cable routers.

Then again I hardly see any separate ethernet ADSL modems (only a few USB) in this country... I've got the routers from cable which I'd gladly reuse if they existed! Reflashed an old router to turn it into a wireless bridge though, waste not want not (and pay not for a 360 wireless adapter).
#26
Netgear DGN2000 (wireless N router with ADSL modem) is £59.99 at PC World. Not cheap but if you want the modem and router in one device this would be better.
#27
I have the internet with my sky tv package, along with the free wireless g router. would this replace that router to speed my connection up to my wireless n laptop? or would i have to have the wireless n router plugged into the wireless g one i already have?
#28
This is useless to everyone on ADSL (i.e. every broadband except mobile and cable) unless they already have a modem with ethernet connection.

And I guess your wireless G router from sky could be configured to have wireless turned off and just plug it straight into the wireless N router! Yes that should work, and faster wireless. Won't give you faster internet though, G can already handle the full speed of a sky ADSL connection, just faster connection round the house (eg streaming HD movies to your games console).
#30
Gaaaaaah... why do these not have gigabit internet?! What is the point in the wired being slower than the wireless?!?!
#31
thanks for the info aahhaa
#32
Well nearly all the ADSL equivalents have a router combined with the modem. So I wonder why they can't produce a cable router/modem combination :?. Seems kinda odd, but interesting to know! Thanks :)
#33
if you're a virginmedia customer you can get this for £30 directly from them.
#34
chamelion
if you're a virginmedia customer you can get this for £30 directly from them.


£25 for XL
£50 for L

http://allyours.virginmedia.com/html/internet/wireless.html#grouter
#35
chamelion
if you're a virginmedia customer you can get this for £30 directly from them.


Which dept did you talk to - customer services, technical....Also, can i get it for that price if i'm on medium size BB (10Mb M).

Edit: Just seen Gumpy Joe post above, so for me it sounds like it's probably cheaper to buy Argos deal.
#36
What is the model number for this router?

Also

Has it an integrated ADSL2+ modem?
#37
Blotch
Which dept did you talk to - customer services, technical....Also, can i get it for that price if i'm on medium size BB (10Mb M).


It would cost you £50
#38
can i return this to argos..if it keeps dropping connection, as i have yet to find a wireless router that stays connected all the time..lol
#39
It's not a big problem not having gigabit wired networking. I've yet to see 802.11N with encryption enabled get 100mbit speeds in a useable fashion.
#40
bought one of these from pc world a month back for £49 runs great hasnt dropped out once running ds lites psp xbox 360 and pc

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