Tenda Wireless-N150 Cable Router / Access Point £11.99 delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
318Expired

Tenda Wireless-N150 Cable Router / Access Point £11.99 delivered @ Ebuyer

£11.99 @ Ebuyer
***For free shipping select 'super saver' delivery at the checkout*** This on 'deal of the day' (Monday). Reviews look quite promising!... I won't add an expiry date, as sometimes ebuyer keep the pri…
huggychair Avatar
6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
***For free shipping select 'super saver' delivery at the checkout***
This on 'deal of the day' (Monday). Reviews look quite promising!... I won't add an expiry date, as sometimes ebuyer keep the pricing for 2-3 days, depending on demand....

W311R+ includes wireless AP, router, 4-port switch and firewall in one, and increases over 3 times transmission speed of ordinary 802.11g products. Compatible with IEEE802.11n (Draft 2.0) and IEEE802.11g/b standards, it can provide stable transmission rate and be dedicated to SOHOs and family networking. In addition, URL and MAC address filtering can take it easy for parents and network administrator to manage networking life, and QoS bandwidth control over specific computers downloading speed is supported as well.

* Includes router, wireless access point, 4-port switch and firewall in one
* Supports WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) encryption methods to secure your networking
* Compliant to IEEE802.11n, IEEE802.11g, IEEE802.11b
* Supports over 6 times transmission range of 11G products
* Supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2, WPA&WPA2 encryption methods
* Provides one 10/100Mbps Auto-Negotiation Ethernet WAN port
* Provides four 10/100Mbps Auto-Negotiation Ethernet LAN ports
* Supports xDSL/Cable MODEM, static and dynamic IP in community networking
* Supports remote/local Web management
* Supports WMM to better smooth your voice and video
* Supports SSID stealth mode and access control based over MAC address (up to 30 entries)
* Supports Auto MDI/MDIX
* Supports wireless Roaming technology for high-efficient wireless connections
* Supports auto negotiation/manual mode for 802.11b/802.11g/802.11n
* Supports UPnP and DDNS
* Supports SNTP
* Supports virtual server, DMZ host
* Built-in firewall for hackers attack prevention
* Supports DHCP server/client
* Supports auto wireless channel selection
* Supports LAN control over the Internet access
* Supports WDS wireless network extension
* Supports QoS function
* External detachable antenna support for replacing demand

...Obviously, although described as 'Cable' will also happily work with any ethernet based ADSL modem/router too!
More From Ebuyer:

All Comments

(79) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
http://cpimg.beareyes.com.cn/p_img/665/665_663_0.jpg
#2
Hot price!
#3
Can you put DD-WRT on it?
#4
Thanks just ordered one, never had wireless before so i am fully prepared for a massive headache trying to set it up . At least it wont be an expensive headache .
#5
rash;8233565
Can you put DD-WRT on it?

Not supported, according to their web forum and the official list.
#6
just got one thanks
#7
Just ordered one of these, Wireless N for £11.99 all in and excellent reviews everywhere...Got to be done!! :thumbsup:

Cheers Mikhail!!
#8
For £12 it's got to be worth a punt, will have a play and see if I can depart with my beloved Linksys WRT54GL running Tomato or not, as I'm dying to see what kind of improvement 802.11n will give in our house.
#9
[QUOTE=Skyboat]For £12 it's got to be worth a punt, will have a play and see if I can depart with my beloved Linksys WRT54GL running Tomato or not, as I'm dying to see what kind of improvement 802.11n will give in our house.

Well the blind spot for me has always been the kitchen as its a town house and the walls double up in places killing my 802.11g signal stone dead there, my router died a week ago so this is a godsend at that price, if I can watch the tv on my iPod Touch in the kitchen streaming from this router I will be very pleased...
#10
Skyboat
For £12 it's got to be worth a punt, will have a play and see if I can depart with my beloved Linksys WRT54GL running Tomato or not, as I'm dying to see what kind of improvement 802.11n will give in our house.


Whilst these are amazingly versatile devices (esp for the money) their 'n' range isn't amazing because they lack the array of aerials most 'n' devices sport.

The aerial their have can be upgraded but compared to other 'n' devices I've used, they aren't quite as good.

For everyone else - this device does 3 things

1 - acts as a switch and/or wireless base station for a network
2 - will extend an existing wireless network (act as a repeater)
3 - can be made into a wireless client adaptor (e.g. for an XBOX 360 or non-wireless PC)

What is does NOT do is act as an ADSL modem - you still need one of those (and a cable modem I think too tho I've not got cable so I can't comment!!)
#11
I'm sure it was about this price the other week (but without free delivery) I missed ordering it then, so now glad I did. Excellent buy (hopefully).
#12
Extremely cheap for an 802.11N router... but am I correct in thinking if one 802.11G device connects to it they will all slow down?
#13
Worth it for the WDS alone ( Wireless Distribution System). Extends the range of your wifi - as long as your existing Router supports it :)

Along with the ability to turn into a client adaptor... :)

Paul
#14
J400uk
Extremely cheap for an 802.11N router... but am I correct in thinking if one 802.11G device connects to it they will all slow down?


Nope. That channel will only work at the slower speeds. If an "N" is also connected, that will run at the N speeds.
banned#15
like that retail them from my place lol
#16
Bough one of these about 18 months ago for ~17 quid...

I use it as a Wireless client adaptor for my desktop which sits upstairs...Was fairly painless to set up although there is some 'engrish' involved in the the web pages but a cheap and cheerful device....

In terms of reliability, i have not had any problems with it.... i can play on line with my super shiny Dell XPS 8100 with no disconnections/lag etc....:thumbsup:
#17
toibs
Worth it for the WDS alone ( Wireless Distribution System). Extends the range of your wifi - as long as your existing Router supports it :)

Along with the ability to turn into a client adaptor... :)

Paul


Is this any use if my ADSL router doesn't support WDS?

I don't need to extend my range, but can I connect an xbox to this (wired) and then have it send data to the other router over wifi?
#18
jonathan_d
Is this any use if my ADSL router doesn't support WDS?

I don't need to extend my range, but can I connect an xbox to this (wired) and then have it send data to the other router over wifi?


I believe so, this router would just act as any other wireless receiver and then pass the data out over it's wireless switch. The comments on ebuyer seem to suggest this router supports this.
#19
Ordered. My Belkin keeps disconnecting on me.
#20
Will this make an XBOX 360 Elite Wireless?:?:?:?
#21
thulme1969
Will this make an XBOX 360 Elite Wireless?:?:?:?


yes but you will have to configure it a bit, it won't be plug any play.
#22
I'm on talktalk through my telephone line into a huawai h520s wirless router at the moment, i'm guessing this being a 'cable'router' means it won't be any good for me?
#23
A snip! Heat and rep.
#24
gangstano1
I'm on talktalk through my telephone line into a huawai h520s wirless router at the moment, i'm guessing this being a 'cable'router' means it won't be any good for me?


Wrong! this will work fine for you. Or connected to any other ADSL router. The only requirement is an ethernet port. :thumbsup:
#25
Sorry to add to the questions but I'm having trouble with a Netgear wirless ADSL modem/router. I have very thick stone walls and can't get a reception upstairs. Could I use this new one to replace my ADSL Netgear model (I think it's wirless G), or is it only for cable?

Also, would I be able to use it to extend my Netgear's signal instead? If so, I'll buy in a flash! Thanks :)
1 Like #26
Fieldington
Sorry to add to the questions but I'm having trouble with a Netgear wirless ADSL modem/router. I have very thick stone walls and can't get a reception upstairs. Could I use this new one to replace my ADSL Netgear model (I think it's wirless G), or is it only for cable?

Also, would I be able to use it to extend my Netgear's signal instead? If so, I'll buy in a flash! Thanks :)


You will still need the netgear to act as an ADSL modem, but this should work great at extending the wireless range. Turn the wireless off on the netgear router and connect this to it. simple. :thumbsup:
#27
Thanks huggychair for your help and for posting the deal. Just off to order one now!
#28
Fieldington
Thanks huggychair for your help and for posting the deal. Just off to order one now!


your welcome! :thumbsup: Another thing to add is that you will have to disable DHCP on the Tenda router, if you connect it to another one (The one given by your ADSL provider for example) PM me if you have any problems.
#29
How would you use this with a Xbox 360?:thinking:
#30
Nice price ,just ordered. have been using a unbranded router from maplin which i cant find any info on So cant configure!!when im downloading keep getting message YOUR ROUTER MAY BE BLOCKING INCOMING....Does anyone know if i can configure this one to increase my download speeds any info much appreciated,,,im on Virgin with upto 10m broadband speed,,,thanks...heat added
#31
[QUOTE=crazylegs]

Well the blind spot for me has always been the kitchen as its a town house and the walls double up in places killing my 802.11g signal stone dead there, my router died a week ago so this is a godsend at that price, if I can watch the tv on my iPod Touch in the kitchen streaming from this router I will be very pleased...



buy 2 and use one as a repeater (WDS Function)
#32
I totally agree.

Bought 2 a few weeks ago, could have saved a few quid by waiting. However, this bit of kit is so good and easy to use.

Now have a WDS in the house and have a remote room on the wireless system with non-wireless kit plugged into the remote box effectively turning them wireless.

At this price grab it !
#33
Cheers OP, just bought two just for messing about with. I have about 5 or 6 routers and some support WDS and some don't. I like to know to connect things up. Lots of experimenting to do :)

Last time I connected a cheap access point to a non wired router I could only get internet access if I set static IPs on the machines. Not very satisfactory but largely down to how I set it up no doubt.
#34
Just ordered cheers.....I am assuming I can connect a PC and an XBox to 2 of the ports on this and use it to connect to my other wireless router...or am I wrong?
#35
Another ordered here thankyou, it will go with the Tenda Dongle I got last week
#36
ordered
#37
dhil1on
How would you use this with a Xbox 360?:thinking:

It would need to be configured as a wireless client and then attached to your XBOX with a (short - presumably) patch cable.

Not as elegant as the official adaptors but 1/3rd or less of the price ;)
1 Like #38
newmann
Just ordered cheers.....I am assuming I can connect a PC and an XBox to 2 of the ports on this and use it to connect to my other wireless router...or am I wrong?

You're right - set it up as a client/connecting to your wireless and then just plug in your devices.

Make sure you DISABLE DHCP on this so that your devices get their IPs from your main router/base station.
#39
therealjohnpeat
It would need to be configured as a wireless client and then attached to your XBOX with a (short - presumably) patch cable.

Not as elegant as the official adaptors but 1/3rd or less of the price ;)


Thanks:thumbsup: will order and see how i get on!
#40
Might get this and use as a switch, would be nice to have the option of wired connection to PS3 or laptop (I have a 20m wired connection between router and 360).

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Looking for Twitter login?
Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!