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Netgear WPN824 108Mpbs Wireless Router & USB Adapter - £27.00 Delivered @ MyMemory

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- Product Description: NETGEAR WPN824 RangeMax Wireless Router - wireless router - with NETGEAR WPN111 RangeMax Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter - Device Type: Wireless router + 4-port switch (integrated) -… Read More
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- Product Description: NETGEAR WPN824 RangeMax Wireless Router - wireless router - with NETGEAR WPN111 RangeMax Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter
- Device Type: Wireless router + 4-port switch (integrated)
- Form Factor: External
- Dimensions (WxDxH): 22.3 cm x 15.3 cm x 3.1 cm
- Weight: 0.5 kg
- Localisation: English / United Kingdom
- Data Transfer Rate: 108 Mbps
- Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
- Routing Protocol: RIP-1, RIP-2, static IP routing
- Data Link Protocol: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, 802.11 Super G
- Network / Transport Protocol: TCP/IP, PPTP, UDP/IP, L2TP, ICMP/IP, IPSec, PPPoE
- Remote Management Protocol: HTTP
- Included Accessories: Vertical stand
- Features: Firewall protection, DMZ port, auto-sensing per device, dynamic IP address assignment , DHCP support, NAT support, auto-negotiation, auto-uplink (auto MDI/MDI-X), Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), DoS attack prevention, manageable, Intrusion Detection System (IDS), E-mail alert, VPN passthrough, URL filtering, firmware upgradable, Smart MIMO technology
- Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
- System Requirements: UNIX, Apple MacOS, Novell NetWare, Linux, Microsoft Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP
- Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year warranty
- Bundled with: NETGEAR WPN111 RangeMax Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter
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#1
Looks good. I paid around £90 for this two years ago. You soon get bored with the flashing lights.
#2
Very tempted, good seller and good product but not wireless 'n' ready. Not sure ;/
#3
What do you expect for £27
#4
u do karate OP?
#5
My son!
#6
wax on
#7
kippy
u do karate OP?


Wadokai
My son!


:thumbsup:
#8
HOT from me! This is an excellent router, for those who have problems with other home users spending too much time on youtuebe etc using valuable bandwidth while your doing your work. You can block websites by name with this router!
#9
Had this router for about 3/4 years now (Paid £110), still get transfer rates of about 1.5mbps on my laptop when downloading which is the equivalent to a 15mb broadband connection. I have various connections to it at one time between:
2 PC's
2 Laptops
2 iPhones
1 PS3

Now I'm not saying I connect them all together at one moment in time, because I don't, but most of the time I'm usually using my PC, PS3 and at least one of the two laptops and a phone, yet the router just keeps on going.

Its never let me down (needs the occasional factory reset about once every 6-18 months), solid build, still suprisingly clean (mine still has some of the plastic wrapping on it!) At this price it's a steal :thumbsup:
#10
Can you plug a USb Hard drive into this for network storage?
#11
Its an ok router i used to have one

lots of bittorrent = crashed router after a few days
it wont work with over 1 xbox 360 to connect to live
#12
good price.
same bundle £40 delivered from Play.
#13
6% Quidco too :)

I just bought 4 of these from Dabs at £40.00 each, they were advertised as ADSL routers :lol:

They are definitely all going back and I will order a couple of these (what actually turned up), the wifi transmitter is extremely powerful compared to most and is adjustable, they are good if you need to fill a very large space with a wifi singal..

They also work as wireless repeaters I believe and the wifi sticks are worth a tenner of anyones money to make a computer wireless :thumbsup:
#14
Hi All - Just wondering if this will work with orange broadband?
We have the free orange broadband but have bought a 2nd laptop so need to go wireless if possible.
Thanks in advance for any advice.
#15
is this cable router?
#16
Is it Cable or ADSL
Microsoft Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP - not very up to date:)
#17
binuchander
Hi All - Just wondering if this will work with orange broadband?
We have the free orange broadband but have bought a 2nd laptop so need to go wireless if possible.
Thanks in advance for any advice.

Dont see why not, you should be able to set up with any broadband sevice, these are not locked like some routers you get free and you can set up you own WEP security code and change it if required. Ive had mine for about 4 years now never had any problems used with Tisacali, would recommend at this price I paid about £90 cfrom pcworld.
#18
whelpin
Is it Cable or ADSL
Microsoft Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP - not very up to date:)


its neither this is a router not a modem/router ie u plug this into your existing modem so should work fine whatever your connection
#19
Brilliant Router, Flawless performance for the last few years for me. Connection has never dropped.
#20
this gigabit or 10/100?

never mind, just looked, it's 10/100.. why do they still put that in!
#21
i need a new router to replace my DG834G router (which is wireless with adsl modem built in). I dont need a usb adaptor but would consider such a deal. Can anyone recommend which one to get please ?
#22
removed.
#23
I bought a second hand Netgear DG834GT on eBay for about £12 including the USB adaptor. Although quite old the wireless is outstanding giving me a strong Internet connection even when on a different floor ot the router, I get 20mbps down wireless, and 20-21mbps down over wired. You'll ony benefit from a gigabit wired connection when transfering huge files between computers on the network.

@the person that said you can configure a WEP code: Select WPA not WEP for security because WEP can be cracked in about 2 minutes.
#24
So could i use this as the prime modem and then use
my existing one as a kind of extender, so i can put it next to the xbox to use as a wired connection?
#25
Wolf
So could i use this as the prime modem and then use
my existing one as a kind of extender, so i can put it next to the xbox to use as a wired connection?


No, because it's a router, not an ADSL modem router. It expects to connect to ethernet, not a phone socket.
#26
Wolf
So could i use this as the prime modem and then use
my existing one as a kind of extender, so i can put it next to the xbox to use as a wired connection?


I use this to dish out my wireless an dhcp, its plugged in to the LAN side of my ISPs (Be Broadband)_thompson router which i just set in bridge mode as it has a modem an this router doesnt.
#27
Tom Pickering
Looks good. I paid around £90 for this two years ago. You soon get bored with the flashing lights.


Yeah you're right I just switch them off
#28
Ouch.... so much techy speak .... Im rather lost. Help please - I have a wireless connection between laptop and broadband cable line which is fine. I want to wirelessly connect my printer to my laptop. Would this router be able to do this if plugged into my printer??
#29
criky18
Ouch.... so much techy speak .... Im rather lost. Help please - I have a wireless connection between laptop and broadband cable line which is fine. I want to wirelessly connect my printer to my laptop. Would this router be able to do this if plugged into my printer??


Not unless your printer has what's called an 'ethernet' interface. Look at the first photo on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethernet to see what the connector looks like.

If your printer connects to your laptop by USB, you want a 'USB wireless printer server'. Check when you're shopping that the one you buy supports the same encryption type as your current setup, either WEP or WPA. Given the choice, WPA is more secure than WEP.
#30
xenny
Not unless your printer has what's called an 'ethernet' interface. Look at the first photo on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethernet to see what the connector looks like.

If your printer connects to your laptop by USB, you want a 'USB wireless printer server'. Check when you're shopping that the one you buy supports the same encryption type as your current setup, either WEP or WPA. Given the choice, WPA is more secure than WEP.


Agreed if you can get off of WEP asap i can hack the password in under 60mins so im sure loads of other ppl can to, id never use WEP again i think most sky default routers come as WEP
#31
benjefreys
I use this to dish out my wireless an dhcp, its plugged in to the LAN side of my ISPs (Be Broadband)_thompson router which i just set in bridge mode as it has a modem an this router doesnt.


Thanks.
#32
Thank you so much :). That is what I was waiting for :whistling:
#33
good price
#34
benjefreys
Agreed if you can get off of WEP asap i can hack the password in under 60mins so im sure loads of other ppl can to, id never use WEP again i think most sky default routers come as WEP


It can be cracked in 5mins 90% of the time. Sky routers have in the past come with WEP encryption enabled by default, but for about the last 12 months at least, the Sky routers have been set to WPA or WPA2 by default. O2 broadband seem to still be giving out routers defaulted to WEP though.

Also until recently Sky routers had another major security blunder where the default WPA key could be calculated based on the SSID and MAC address (which are available to anyone withhin range) by using a simple algorithm that someone discovered. This has been fixed now and the algorithm for generating the WPA key makes use of the router serial number aswell.
#35
benjefreys;7829429
Agreed if you can get off of WEP asap i can hack the password in under 60mins so im sure loads of other ppl can to, id never use WEP again i think most sky default routers come as WEP


Is this true even if your network name is hidden?
1 Like #36
bookshifter
Is this true even if your network name is hidden?


If you're concerned about security, hiding the network name is futile. It's easier to find a hidden SSID than it is to crack WEP, and cracking WEP isn't hard.

If you want wireless security, use WPA encryption.
#37
does anyone know if you can upgrade the firmware to wireless "n" standard?
#38
Yes
when u do the update it e-mails the router fairy's who come around the next night
and fit a wireless n card



ajithpr
does anyone know if you can upgrade the firmware to wireless "n" standard?
#39
ajithpr
does anyone know if you can upgrade the firmware to wireless "n" standard?


Shonk
Yes
when u do the update it e-mails the router fairy's who come around the next night
and fit a wireless n card

Nice sarcasm (not)...
You cannot upgrade to wirless n as its a hardware change, not just a simple software change. Only way to move to n is to get wireless n routers and pci/usb/built in wlan that is n ready.
#40
the182guy
It can be cracked in 5mins 90% of the time. Sky routers have in the past come with WEP encryption enabled by default, but for about the last 12 months at least, the Sky routers have been set to WPA or WPA2 by default. O2 broadband seem to still be giving out routers defaulted to WEP though.

Also until recently Sky routers had another major security blunder where the default WPA key could be calculated based on the SSID and MAC address (which are available to anyone withhin range) by using a simple algorithm that someone discovered. This has been fixed now and the algorithm for generating the WPA key makes use of the router serial number aswell.


It is worth pointing out that you have to be very close to the source of the signal.

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