Tenda Wireless-N150 Cable Router / Access Point £11.98 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Only an N150 router, but still seems to be a reasonable deal at this price. Previously on HUKD at £12.48 (back in September I think). Now reduced further in price. Mostly really good reviews. More than 250 currently in stock.

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 computer’s downloading speed is supported as well. Moreover, the included Setup Wizard on CD-ROM will be easy and fast for non-savvy users to install the device and access to the Internet.
•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 Firefox 1.0, IE5.5 or above
•Supports SNTP
•Supports virtual server, DMZ host
•Built-in firewall for hacker’s attack prevention
•Supports DHCP server/client
•Supports auto wireless channel selection
•Supports LAN control over the Internet access
•Provides syslog to record the status of the router
•Supports WDS wireless network extension
•Supports QoS function
•External detachable antenna support for replacing demand
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#1
Ordered, works out at about £15 inc delivery. Gets very good reviews so looking forward to replacing my Belkin with this when I get round to this.
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Have one of these, awful. Upgraded to the latest FW and it seems to drop connections left, right and centre (particularly iPhone). Downgraded it one revision earlier and again, seemed unstable with the PS3 in particular signing me out of PSN periodically.

Gave up in the end, ended up with an Edimax AP (at 2.5x the cost) and it's head and shoulders above the Tenda, full N (not draft) and 300mbit, as opposed to 150mbit of which you can expect hlf their respective advertised speed.

Just a heads up, but if there's anyone in West London that wants a Tenda, it's yours for a packet of Fox's Crunch Creams, seriously.
banned#3
My dad has a BT homehub setup or something.
He needs to extend the range to another part of the house.
Will this device deliver that functionality?

Also, on a related note, is it possible to replace the BT homehub with a better router/adsl modem combo?
#4
J400uk
Ordered, works out at about £15 inc delivery. Gets very good reviews so looking forward to replacing my Belkin with this when I get round to this.


We have a Tenda W541R and have found it to be very reliable over the last 18 months ----- if you ever need to reboot a Tenda router,a good tip is to switch both the modem and the router off ---- Turn the modem on first ---- wait until you see the lights are stable on the modem ----- then turn on the router------ its the best way to get it up and running again.
#5
Got one when it was £12.48 but that price included free delivery. Very happy with it on a simple home network for computers and Wii.
#6
The_Hoff
Have one of these, awful. Upgraded to the latest FW and it seems to drop connections left, right and centre (particularly iPhone). Downgraded it one revision earlier and again, seemed unstable with the PS3 in particular signing me out of PSN periodically.

Gave up in the end, ended up with an Edimax AP (at 2.5x the cost) and it's head and shoulders above the Tenda, full N (not draft) and 300mbit, as opposed to 150mbit of which you can expect hlf their respective advertised speed.

Just a heads up, but if there's anyone in West London that wants a Tenda, it's yours for a packet of Fox's Crunch Creams, seriously.


Agree. I have this as a backup, and when my buffalo router went this replaced it... I had applied the latest firmware and when connecting the signal would more often drop and reconnect. Avoid!
#7
Tenda fix >

http://www.strayed.co.uk/2010/09/08/update-tenda-n-150-w311r-router-ifix/

Edited By: fishmaster on Oct 16, 2010 02:08:
#8
The_Hoff
Have one of these, awful. Upgraded to the latest FW and it seems to drop connections left, right and centre (particularly iPhone). Downgraded it one revision earlier and again, seemed unstable with the PS3 in particular signing me out of PSN periodically.

Gave up in the end, ended up with an Edimax AP (at 2.5x the cost) and it's head and shoulders above the Tenda, full N (not draft) and 300mbit, as opposed to 150mbit of which you can expect hlf their respective advertised speed.

Just a heads up, but if there's anyone in West London that wants a Tenda, it's yours for a packet of Fox's Crunch Creams, seriously.


Where in West London, and which taste of Fox's Crunch Creams?
#9
Got one of these. Works well. I have no iphone issues :)
#10
had one for a year , no problems at all.

use it to provide additional wireless access in a remote part of the house.
don't forget its a CABLE modem.

most will buy this as a cheap bridge , there is plenty of setup help in the forum
http://forums.ebuyer.com/showthread.php?53591-Tenda-Wireless-N150-Cable-Router-(Detachable-Antenna)-(Quickfind-169923)/page2&highlight=tenda+n150
#11
Most unstable router I've ever used. That was when I could actually get it to connect. I am on the latest firmware, but anything I have connected wirelessly to it has real problems staying connected. In the end, switched the wireless off and it became an overpriced 4-port wired hub.
#12
how did you turn wireless off? i am using it as bridge with virgin netgear modem had to flash netgear v9 to update firmware. it only works with wep secuirty was thinking of getting another tenda so can use wpa secuirty. it will be great to use it as reciever only and only one router gives wirles signal atm it doesnt work great with wii. wep secuirty is rubish took me ages to type in wii.
#13
fwiw, I helped set up one of these a few months ago. Wireless N is turned off and I never got around to upgrading the firmware. It has excellent wifi coverage and seems to work fine with iphones. No problems reported so far.

I only recently discovered this router seems to work best with original v3.2.5 firmware, and with wireless N function disabled. ie. set it up as a 802.11b/g wifi router only to fix any iphone issues.

Personally, I wouldn't buy this product specifically for its wireless N functionality. At end of the day, this is a most probably a draft-N product and the wireless 802.11n standard was only finally ratified earlier this year.
#14
Could this be used as a bridge?

If so wouldn't this be a great and cheap Xbox360 Wifi adapter?
#15
I had a Tenda W541R.... bloody awful, wireless just stops working every other day requires a reboot. I've recently bought the Sitecom WL312 from Play for £17.99 and I'm very pleased with it. Spend a few pounds more and save a world of grief. Link Here

Edited By: paulgee31 on Oct 16, 2010 19:10: spelling
#16
I plugged it in (when at more expensive price) and got it working in minutes. Improved the range on my old wifi and can now use a netbook in the bedroom which is furthest room form it. Go for it
#17
Avoid this router. I got it about 6 months ago when Ebuyer had it on for £11.99 including delivery. Had nothing but grief with it. Similar problems to those reported here with connection being constantly dropped. Had to reboot the router at least once a day to keep it going. Tried various firmware versions and I found it worked best in G mode only but still had problems in this configuration. Eventually gave up on it and paid £31 for a Cisco router which has been faultless. The only good news is Cisco had a £20 trade in offer for your old router so I actually made money on it! You really do get what you pay for.
#18
Hmm very mixed reviews this time round, in the older threads people were very positive towards it...

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