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ADSL Wireless Modem Router + USB Adaptor

This wireless networking starterkit gives you high-speed Wireless Internet access on your PC or Notebook. The kit contains the wireless router, with built-in ADSL modem and wireless USB adapter you need to make your network wireless.

Tuner / Reception / Transmission
Frequency range: Operates on 2.4 GHz MHz

Accessories
AC/DC adaptor: Yes
CD-ROM: Installation CD-ROM
Quick start guide: Yes
User manual: Yes, on CD-ROM

Connectivity
Plug & Play: yes
Wireless connections: Wireless LAN(802.11b/g)
Wireless LAN: 802.11b/g
WLAN security support: WPAWPA2WEP
Data transfer speed: 54 Mbps

System Requirements
PC OS: Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP
CD-ROM drive: yes
Mac OS: 9-X and higher
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#2
Can you plug the router directly into your pc using ethernet LAN cable and use the wireless usb adapter to connect another computer wirelessly? Sorry If im being thick here.
#3
you can have both wired and wireless connections

i bought this for 60 quid a year and a half ago and it works well

I needed to click connect in the configuration a lot though so wouldnt recommend it for anyone with no router experience
#4
Sold out:x
#5
Sold Out!
#6
I had this for a while - I've changed to a NetGear DG834G (better signal for me from that one). I would recommend this as a cheap router unless you are running Vista or an Intel Mac, and have voted hot at this price! Here's what I found wrong with it:

* It's a rebranded 3com OfficeConnect 11g Router - you can reflash it with the 3com firmware and get more features
* You'll have a lot of fun with Vista and this router (wirelessly). My PC (and my mac) can connect to it fine using XP/2000 - using Vista it fails to connect. Apparently this is a Vista bug, but SP1 didn't fix it.
* I had a lot of trouble using Mac OS X 10.4 on an Intel Mac Book Pro - it hardly ever connects, and once it did it kept dropping the connection. This has been fixed in OS X 10.5, and is fine if you have the wireless N enabler for the mac. No problems using a Powerbook G4, G3, or iBook G4.
* Using WDS, this router disconnects a Belkin repeater every few weeks. The same repeater works fine with the NetGear box, and also an old BT HomeHub.

Apart from the wireless issues, the ADSL seems pretty well done, although you will have to go into the settings and enable auto connect. You will also need to turn off the disconnect when not in use setting (I can't remember the name for this), and set the timer to 0 as it keeps turning itself on. Once you have done this it is a fairly solid router. It is stable once it is working. I found that if you can initially get your wireless card to connect (as I did with A LOT of PCs) it works nicely.
#7
bob_nugget

* It's a rebranded 3com OfficeConnect 11g Router - you can reflash it with the 3com firmware and get more features.


Can you direct me to where to download the firmware please and what version:thumbsup:
banned#8
hey guys, im new and im not sure if anyone still checks this thread but i have a question about this router.

i can't connect it to either of my pcs as i think the ethernet port is broken on both of them.
but i can connect it wirelessly to both of them but that wont connect me to the internet because the initial setup process must be dont though the ethernet cable using the installation cd.

and it connects great to my mac (intel. mac osx 10.5) and it even reaches the ISP but wont connect to the internet because again, it needs to go though the setup process using the installation CD. and for some reason phillips didn't think about putting installation software for macs on that CD.

any ideas on what i can do??

do you know how i can get hold of mac software for this router?
i've tried to find drivers online but came up with nothing.
and for some reason the phillips site wont load the page that has the software for this router.

many thanks.

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