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Philips DSL/Cable Router & USB Adapter £19.98 save 50%

The Philips DSL/Cable Router & USB Adapter lets you wirelessly share your broadband internet using a 2.4GHz frequency. This router has a speed of 54Mbps and comes with the latest encryption technology, allowing you to encrypt data for secure transfer. Includes AC/DC adapter, CD-ROM installation and quick start guide.


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Accessories IncludedAC/DC adapter, CDROM installation, quick start guideBackwards CompatibleYesBrandPhilipsFeatures of ProductWireless non-ADSL modem routers & USB adapter Latest encryption technology - WPA, WPA2, WEP Works with existing internet 0906 101 0017 Windows 98SE,ME,2000,XPFrequency Band - GHz2.4Other Brand Specific DetailPlug and play, WLAN security support WPS, WPA2,WEPProduct Depth1.2 cmProduct Height2.8 cmProduct Width1.8 cmSecurity - Encryption CapabilityYesSpeed - Mbps54Technical HelpPremium rate callWi-Fi StandardIEEE802.11b/gWindows CompatibilityYes
#2
good price compared to
Dixons £34.94 delivered
PCWorld £34.99 CIS or + £4.95 p&p
Bigpockets £50ish delivered (certainly will need big pockets at that price :w00t:)
#3
Just incase people dont notice, this doesnt have a modem built in for ADSL. You would need to plug it into an Ethernet port on an existing ADSL modem/router
#4
great price, voted hot.
Not sure what Philips router's are like though as Ive got a linksys
banned#5
Please Help... is this what i need to connect my daughters laptop....we currently have virgin cable broadband connected to the home pc....daughters laptop has wireless capability!! Am a total Blonde when it comes to this kind of thing please help

:oops:
#6
sadiepenniston
Please Help... is this what i need to connect my daughters laptop....we currently have virgin cable broadband connected to the home pc....daughters laptop has wireless capability!! Am a total Blonde when it comes to this kind of thing please help

:oops:


yes.. i just purchased one for my sister to do just that
#7
sadiepenniston
Please Help... is this what i need to connect my daughters laptop....we currently have virgin cable broadband connected to the home pc....daughters laptop has wireless capability!! Am a total Blonde when it comes to this kind of thing please help

:oops:


In a word YES

Try here for free advice on setting it up

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=121274
#8
this is the router to buy to share an internet connection provided by virgin media or other cable companies. i.e. one that doesn't use the phone line.

heat given
#9
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#10
hi thanks for any rep and heat for this :)

and yes its for a cable DSL line :)

as in virgin or *** :)

thanks again

scooter
#11
great price - just ordered one for a friend who was after this!

Heat and rep added!
#12
any good compared to the netgear dsl one?
#13
I dunno how good Philips are for routers, I had a phone from them which sucked a lot.
#14
£4.85
Standard next day delivery

£4.85
Collect from store

Next day delivery available if ordered before midday (Sunday to Friday) in most areas

Free collections available on orders of £25 or more. Collect from store currently only available in a limited number of stores

This means that you may aswell get something for a fiver so that you then get free delivery, rather than paying £5 for delivery
#15
i have this one and i paid 44.99 i have had no problems
#16
This sort of thing isn't my field - so could I use this to get my Wii to connect to the internet by connecting it to my current modem/router?
thanks
#17
Dear Mr Echo
This sort of thing isn't my field - so could I use this to get my Wii to connect to the internet by connecting it to my current modem/router?
thanks


Do you have ADSL or cable?
1 Like #18
Dear Mr Echo
This sort of thing isn't my field - so could I use this to get my Wii to connect to the internet by connecting it to my current modem/router?
thanks


If it's an ethernet modem, yes. Just connect the router to your modem's ethernet port.

If it's a USB modem, no, not really. You could connect the USB modem to your computer then connect this router to the ethernet port In your computer and share the internet that way. That would require some computer fiddling though and you're computer would need to be on for all the other computers to get internet access.

As for connecting to another router, this will probably work but some routers dont like it when you do this. Possible also requiring some fiddling.

If you have ADSL and want to connect a router straight to your phone line do not buy this.
#19
scooter
hi thanks for any rep and heat for this :)

and yes its for a cable DSL line :)

as in virgin or *** :)

thanks again

scooter


Cable is not DSL they are different technologys
#20
jamesdew
If it's an ethernet modem, yes. Just connect the router to your modem's ethernet port.

If it's a USB modem, no, not really. You could connect the USB modem to your computer then connect this router to the ethernet port In your computer and share the internet that way. That would require some computer fiddling though and you're computer would need to be on for all the other computers to get internet access.

As for connecting to another router, this will probably work but some routers dont like it when you do this. Possible also requiring some fiddling.

If you have ADSL and want to connect a router straight to your phone line do not buy this.


Hi and thanks for your reply.
I have ADSL and have a 4 port ethernet/usb router and modem - an AMX-64. So I can just connect this Philips to one of the ethernet ports... is that right? Or should I be looking at this Tesco/Philips deal? Sorry for all the questions.
#21
jamesdew;2345947
Cable is not DSL they are different technologys

Philips DSL/Cable Router & USB Adapter £19.98

hi u notice where it says dsl/cable i was just puting what it had on site not saying there the same

hope that helps you :p:whistling::whistling::whistling::whistling::whistling:

scooter
#22
Add this sandwich toaster to avoid the delivery fees, then when you've finally setup your router you can reward yourself with a ham and cheese toasty :-D:-D

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.100-6527.aspx
#23
kevyn
£4.85
Standard next day delivery

£4.85
Collect from store

Next day delivery available if ordered before midday (Sunday to Friday) in most areas

Free collections available on orders of £25 or more. Collect from store currently only available in a limited number of stores

This means that you may aswell get something for a fiver so that you then get free delivery, rather than paying £5 for delivery


Add one of the cheapy sim cards (approx £2.50) and you get free delivery!
#24
can i use this for talk talk
#25
For Talktalk, I thiiiink you can, as long as you leave your TalkTalk modem connected to the phone line, then attach a ethernet cable from the modem, to the router.

Or you could pay £5 more and get one with an ADSL Modem built in http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-4794.aspx so you can get rid of the TalkTalk modem.
#26
chetz
For Talktalk, I thiiiink you can, as long as you leave your TalkTalk modem connected to the phone line, then attach a ethernet cable from the modem, to the router.

Or you could pay £5 more and get one with an ADSL Modem built in http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-4794.aspx so you can get rid of the TalkTalk modem.


thanks
#27
I have this router and would generally recommend it for this price. I currently connect my wii to it and have an adsl modem/router in bridge mode connected to the wan like Dear Mr Echo is suggesting.

It has support for automatic Dynamic DNS updating which is nice and allowed meshing of 2 wireless networks using WDS extremely painlessly.

Only real criticism would be that the configuration interface does not work with opera for some reason.

However despite all this my other router is a buffalo Airstation using dd-wrt firmware and would recommend that over this router even for £5 more due to the fantastic configurability (only needed if you like playing with these things (traffic shaping, bt throttling that sort of thing).
#28
kevyn
...Free collections available on orders of £25 or more. ...This means that you may aswell get something for a fiver so that you then get free delivery, rather than paying £5 for delivery

or £zero p&p if it's on the shelf...:thumbsup:
#29
Got one today and they are a decent little box, comes with plenty of settings including QOS.
Didnt take a minute to set up and connected easily to my ADSL line.
#30
zis iz hot
#31
Hi

I'm slowly going off Philips stuff.

I had Philips cordless phones and they were terrible. Also recently bought this router and I'm constantly having to reset it. But when you look at Network Connections in Windows it makes out the problem is with the modem. So I always reset that first, wheich would never fix it. But resetting the Philips router cleared the problem.

I'm waiting for a new Netgear one to be delivered now.
#32
whats the wireless range for this?
#33
Can this be used as a wireless router for a laptop and connection for an xbox360 via ethernet cable at the same time?. Also could you use more then one wireless laptop at the same time.

Regards
banned#34
Gr8 price gr8 router Heat added, thanks
#35
Im a bit slow with these things.... I also have a talk talk wired modem that plugs into my usb slot on the laptop (which also has an internal wireless modem i think). Can I use this instead of the wired usb modem, or do I need the £25 one? Do I keep the wired modem and plug it into the router, or discard it?? Cheers guys
#36
You would need the £25 one (ADSL) and then plug that to the modem to get wireless.

Just ordered one today and it's still on offer :thumbsup:
#37
Cameron1983
Im a bit slow with these things.... I also have a talk talk wired modem that plugs into my usb slot on the laptop (which also has an internal wireless modem i think). Can I use this instead of the wired usb modem, or do I need the £25 one? Do I keep the wired modem and plug it into the router, or discard it?? Cheers guys


My mate got one of these today, he's also got a USB Talk Talk modem. Couldn't get it to connect to the internet. So we need the £25 one?

Surely the £25 Philips wireless router is no good, as we're connecting it to the Talk Talk modem already. Or am I being blonde! :oops:
#38
Ah, wait, the one above is a DSL/cable router isn't it, so it's no good for Talk Talk I assume?

This is the £25 ADSL one: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/198625/philips-adsl-modem-router-usb-adapt/
#39
Does anyone know if this this is compatible with the Nintendo Wii?

Thanks
Steve7

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