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Plexus Wireless-G ADSL2+ Modem Router **PRICE DROP** £14.99 @ ebuyer

£14.99 @ Ebuyer
Very good piece of kit with loads of positive reviews,,, Was £24.99. Limited time only at this price. Shipping from £4.79, not sure if there;s any free shipping options Plexus Wireless Broadba…
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Very good piece of kit with loads of positive reviews,,,

Was £24.99. Limited time only at this price.
Shipping from £4.79, not sure if there;s any free shipping options

Plexus Wireless Broadband Router ADSL2+, providing up to 24Mbps downstream rate and up to 1Mbps upstream rate. The device includes all as ADSL2+, router, wireless AP and 4-port switch in one, suitable for SOHOs and small-sized enterprises. It also supports dual SSID, which can separate the private network from the public one. Meantime, it provides WEP, WPA, WPA2, 802.1x encryption and security mechanism, and supports IP and MAC address filtering to protect your network against malicious attacks. In addition, it supports DHCP server, virtual server, DMZ host, static routing, DDNS, etc. Web management utility, Telnet and SNMP are also supported. Moreover, the device can be managed anywhere through Remote Web management interface.
Complies with G.dmt, G.lite T1.413 G.992.3(ADSL2)G.992.5(ADSL2+)Annex A standards
Supports ATM fragmentation/de-fragmentation: CBR rt- VBR nrt-VBR UBR- with-PCR UBR
Four 10/100M auto-negotiation & auto-sensing fast Ethernet LAN ports
IEEE802.11b/g wireless access point
Supports 64/128-bit WEP and WPA/WPA2 encryption and 802.x security authentication standards
USB1.0/1.1 Device port
Supports Telnet, Local/Remote Web management interface
Supports VPN pass-through over L2TP, PPTP and IP protocols
Supports Bridging mode based over 10/100M Ethernet, USB and 802.11g wireless LAN interfaces
Supports RIPv1, RIPv2 and NAT protocols
Provides system configuration backup tool
Supports DHCP Server/clients
Supports the static IP routing
Supports MAC address filtering, UPnP, DMZ and IP OoS
Supports 16 PVC (Permanent Virtual Circuits) entries
Supports ATM Forum UNI 3.0, 3.1 and 4.0 PVC standards
Supports SNTP protocol
Supports local administrator, local user and Telnet login
Supports anti-DOS attack for WAN/LAN, including SYN flooding, IP surfing, ping of Death, fraggle, - UDP ECHO, port 7, teardrop, land
Supports Point to Point Protocol (PPP): PAP (RFC1334), CHAP (RFC1994) and MSCHAP authentication protocols
Supports auto wireless channel selection
Supports dual-SSID for public and private wifi access
Supports Wireless Distribution System (WDS)

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#2
Nice price, probably clearing out the old tech as this is the previous standard. Still a very nice all-in-one and as good as what I'm using now.
suspended#3
looks like a great deal cheers
#4
doees this "Supports Bridging mode based over 10/100M Ethernet, USB and 802.11g wireless LAN interfaces"
Mean I could use this as a bridge?
connecting printer etc...
though then I guess I'd need a printserver :(
#5
IWANTBLUE
doees this "Supports Bridging mode based over 10/100M Ethernet, USB and 802.11g wireless LAN interfaces"
Mean I could use this as a bridge?
connecting printer etc...
though then I guess I'd need a printserver :(


As far as I'm awaire this will allow you to connect one network to another, acting as a "bridge" between the two. Looks like this can bridge over ethernet, USB cable and wireless (pretty good)

As for connecting a printer if you have this on the "other" network then yes this will allow you access this resource from both networks, but yes you will need a print server - I dont think this is a printer server itself......now that would be good for the price! :p
#6
I would think it would work OK as a bridge, but beware the firmware is a little buggy and this router WILL NOT SUPPORT WEP AT ALL. WPA is fine but WEP is a no-no...

No you cant use it as a print server.
#7
Dose the antenna comes off from the back? :?

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