Philips SNB6500 108Mbps Wireless Cable Router £7.99@tekheads - HotUKDeals
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Product Description
Philips SNB6500 108Mbps Wireless Base Station enables you to send, direct and receive wireless signals and unleash the full potential of your connected home. Access computers, other Wi-Fi-compliant devices and a broadband connection to enjoy your favorite content.

Technical Specifications
Form Factor: External
Device Type: Wireless router
Interfaces: 4 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45 ¦ 1 x network host - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45
Features: Firewall protection, DHCP support, NAT support, NAPT support, manageable, firmware upgradable, plug and play
Connectivity Technology: Wireless, wired
Data Link Protocol: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Network / Transport Protocol: TCP/IP
Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.1D, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED
Data Transfer Rate: 108 Mbps
Status Indicators: Link activity, power
Remote Management Protocol: SNMP, HTTP
Selectable Channels Qty: 13
Routing Protocol: RIP, RIP-1
Line Coding Format: CCK
Spread Spectrum Method: OFDM
Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
Compliant Standards: CE, UPnP
Encryption Algorithm: 128-bit WEP, 64-bit WEP, 40-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2
Power Device: Power adapter - external
Software Included: Drivers & Utilities
Antenna Quantity: 1

System Requirements
OS Required: Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft Windows XP, Apple MacOS 9.x or later
Peripheral / Interface Devices: CD-ROM

Key Features
Easy to install:


■Set-up wizard guides you through installation
■Internet and local phone support
■Set-up options for basic or advanced installation
Safe and secure connection:

■High level security protection
■Advanced firewall protection
■Parental control options
Wireless freedom:

■Wireless networks bring flexibility
■Connects to any Wi-Fi device

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Looked a good deal to me as i was looking for one for a friends xmas present (yes its starting already!).Was in two minds about posting it because you can collect from their trade counter but if you are needing it posted then it goes up to £12 or so,i believe so that may upset some people but still not a bad deal.Hope it helps someone out there :-)

If you're not collecting cheapest delivery is £3.95 + vat.
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#1
Thanks for this one, and as I live less than a quarter of a mile away no post to pay, I only ordered one so I'm not being greedy. Voted Hot.
#2
thanks
#3
Is this ok for pc/laptop in a normal sized house? I read that some are only suitable for flats etc? But dont know much about them.
#4
6angels
Is this ok for pc/laptop in a normal sized house? I read that some are only suitable for flats etc? But dont know much about them.

To be honest i think its always a gamble no matter what end of the spectrum of router you buy.It all depends on the structure of the building and of course the size.I would say this would suffice for a normal size modern house,but say a building from about the 50's with more concrete and metal may have tricky areas of coverage.I would suggest at this price give it a go,you could always pretty much get money back on ebay or even send it back within 7 days if the coverage is bad
#5
You are all very welcome,glad its a deal you find worthwhile and i appreciate all the added heat.I dont post many deals simply for the fact the ones i have found someone beats me to it so its nice to repay other peoples great posts by adding one.
#6
Not my thing so sorry for the noobish question.
If i have a wireless router can this 'move' the signal on to other things?
For example would it pick up the signal from my dsl router and allow me to plug things into the device to use the signal? Thanks.
#7
Not to sure what you are asking Wolf .Firstly its meant for cable broadband not DSL however i did think i saw somewhere that you can use ADSL or Cable on these (Not sure how true that is though).

Basically you plug your cable modem into this and then most folk have their comp near so usually just run a cable from the router into the back of the computer but you can just leave the cable out and fit a receiver which you will need to make it wireless.Basically means that if you have a laptop in another room you will get an internet signal from the router so you do not need to be connected by wires.Not sure if that helps you much but if not give us a bit of a better idea on what set up you mean and i will give it a go or i am sure someone will be able to help.
#8
Sorry.
I have a wireless ADSL router and wondered if the Phillips would use, or pick up, the signal in another part of the house so i could connect via that wirelessly.
#9
have heat chief. I think this is hot.
#10
Wolf
Sorry.I have a wireless ADSL router and wondered if the Phillips would use, or pick up, the signal in another part of the house so i could connect via that wirelessly.

Its maybe just the way its written but im still a bit confused,sorry.If you already have a wireless adsl router why would you need this to connect things to?Unless you wanted to expand the signal as an access point which most of these should do although doesnt seem to say so in the description.
#11
Jonbhoy
Wolf
Sorry.I have a wireless ADSL router and wondered if the Phillips would use, or pick up, the signal in another part of the house so i could connect via that wirelessly.


Its maybe just the way its written but im still a bit confused,sorry.If you already have a wireless adsl router why would you need this to connect things to?Unless you wanted to expand the signal as an access point which most of these should do although doesnt seem to say so in the description.


I think i am just having one of those days.
Yes, it would be to extend the access. The TV i have has internet facilities but needs a cable connection. The idea would be to use the Phillips device to connect to the TV via a wire. The Phillips would be extending the ADSL signal. Hope that makes more sense.
#12
Wolf... get home plugs.
banned#13
One day someone will do a really cheap wireless n bridge
#14
FREEZIN WOLF
Wolf... get home plugs.


Better idea than this?
#15
I expired it as it seemed they were out of stock but seems they have some stock in again.Can a mod unexpire it please?Many thanks.
#16
More expensive but an absolute dream to use. I got 2 pairs of these

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/179960

so 4 in all.... couldnt recommend them highly enough!

up the wolves
#17
This Product Has been discontinued
(Out of Stock)

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