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Tenda Wireless-N150 Router and USB Bundle @ Ebuyer for £27.26 (or £22.47 if you are buying other stuff as you get free postage if you spend over £50)

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Sorry tired and late so its a copy and paste job :) Tenda seem really good, I have used a wireless N Tenda for about a year and it is so easy to use and keeps people out, and no fluffing about when yo… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Sorry tired and late so its a copy and paste job :) Tenda seem really good, I have used a wireless N Tenda for about a year and it is so easy to use and keeps people out, and no fluffing about when you want to get new devices connected to the internet E.G. DS, Wii, PS3 etc etc..... This is a great price for a Wireless-N router and a Wireless-N USB stick for your laptop or PC, It is a lot better and faster the Wireless-G and works with all the different Wireless letters togetehr, a, b, g & N, So now for the copy and paste :)

Tenda Wireless-N150 Cable Router (Detachable Antenna)
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. 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 hackers 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


Tenda Wireless-N150 USB Adapter
W311U utilizes the very latest wireless networking technologyIEEE802.11n (Draft 2.0). Unlike ordinary wireless networking technologies that are confused by signal reflections, the 802.11ns MIMO (Multi Input, Multi Output) actually uses these reflections to increase 4 times range of 802.11g and reduce "dead spots" in the wireless coverage area. It complies highly with IEEE802.11g/IEEE802.11b standard, but when both ends of the wireless link are Wireless-N, the speed can be increased even 3 times of 802.11g by using twice as much radio band. W311U supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) to free you from remembering long passwords. Besides, it can alternate its role as Soft AP (access point) to allow other wireless network to be connected with, and support PSP, WII, and NDS connecting to Internet and Xlink Kai on Station mode. Moreover, WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia) support can make your voice and video more smooth. Complies with IEEE 802.11n (Draft 2.0), IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b standards Provides USBv2.0 port Provides max. 150Mbps receiving rate and 150Mbps sending rate Supports 20MHz/40MHz frequency width Auto-detects and changes network transmission rate Provides two work modes: Infrastructure and Ad-Hoc Supports Soft AP to allow other wireless network to be connected with Supports PSP, WII and NDS connecting to Internet and Xlink Kai Supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA/WPA2 encryption methods and 802.1x authentication standards Supports WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) encryption method to free you from remembering long passwords Supports WMM to make your voice and video more smooth Storage Humidity 5% ~ 90% RH non-condensing Operating Humidity 10% ~90% RH non-condensing Sensitivity 68dbm(N mode150M, rich value);70dbm(G mode 54M);88dbm(B mode 1M) EVM 68dbm Transmission Power 15dbm CE √ 3C √ ROHS √ win2000 √ win xp √ win 2003 √ vista 32-bit √ vista 64-bit √ vista 32--bit √ vista 64--bit √ Frequency Range 2.4MHz IEEE 802.11 Standards Supported 11b,11g,11n Operating Temperature 0℃ ~ 40℃ Storage Temperature -40℃ ~ 70℃
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#1
I have ADSL over the phone line. I have 2 ADSL routers, one is wired which works fine, the other is wireless which keeps dropping the ADSL connection and really gets on my t**s. Could I simply connect the wan port of this with a crossover cable to one of the lan ports on my good router?
#2
anewman
I have ADSL over the phone line. I have 2 ADSL routers, one is wired which works fine, the other is wireless which keeps dropping the ADSL connection and really gets on my t**s. Could I simply connect the wan port of this with a crossover cable to one of the lan ports on my good router?


Sorry this is for cable users, it will not work on a BT line. If your cabled router is plugged into the phone line this might be able to plug into it or wireless connect like a bridge, but not entirely sure for this.
#3
Excellent brand of router, i have the earlier W302r which has been nothing but stable and f you like to tinker, it has all the bells and whistles such as port forwarding, port redirecting, DDNS, mac filtering and much more.
Very tempted at this price to get one to keep as a spare :) v hot from me
#4
Excellent brand of router, i have the earlier W302r which has been nothing but stable and f you like to tinker, it has all the bells and whistles such as port forwarding, port redirecting, DDNS, mac filtering and much more.
Very tempted at this price to get one to keep as a spare :) v hot from me
#5
damn, i just order a hdd from them yesterday, I would have gotten this aswell!
#6
Extremely tempting. Anyone know what the signal range is like on this bad boy? Heat!
#7
Desperately need a new router, my crap Phillips on is on it's last legs, after just a year! I think I saw a review of this in a computer magazine a few weeks ago giving it the thumbs up. shall think about getting one =] thanks op!
#8
Awesam
damn, i just order a hdd from them yesterday, I would have gotten this aswell!


Change your order its easy to do, i did it last week :)
#9
i ordered and received the buffallo whr-g125 last week, ive opened it and been using it but thats only wireless g+ and that was £20 delivered, do you think ebuyer will let me return that and buy this as ive opened/used the bufallo?
#10
risheet
i ordered and received the buffallo whr-g125 last week, ive opened it and been using it but thats only wireless g+ and that was £20 delivered, do you think ebuyer will let me return that and buy this as ive opened/used the bufallo?


Not sure, you would try if the signal keeps dropping out ;) (Notice the wink)

The trouble with Buffalo is they are so good, why are't more people buying the Buffalo's and Tenda's of this world when Linksys, Belkin or Netgear are so POO
#11
yeah the router itself is very good, but cant help but think i might as well go a wireless n if its backward compatiible none of my devices currently comply with wireless n anyway, but it might be worth investing in one for a few quid more ay!
#12
Just got an Amazon Credit Card and they are giving back £15 anything bought from amazon and paid off via that cc.

So I'm looking at the edimax 6574N which £49.99, - £15 = £34.99!

The eidmax won best budget buy in computer shopper
#13
I have Virgin broadband and am after a router

Will this work with Virgin ?

What else do I need to make a second computer active online.

My broadband cable is currently going to an upstairs computer, via the wall and directly into the modem supplied by Virgin, well actually it was Telewest at the time of the installation
#14
wbmkk
I have Virgin broadband and am after a router

Will this work with Virgin ?

What else do I need to make a second computer active online.

My broadband cable is currently going to an upstairs computer, via the wall and directly into the modem supplied by Virgin, well actually it was Telewest at the time of the installation


Yes this will work :)

you can jsut plug in your 2nd pc into it or get a 2nd wireless usb
#15
not sure i can return the buffallo to ebuyer as theyre returns policy state the item must be unused if its unwanted and i need to cover postage. not worth the hassle oh well!
#16
risheet
not sure i can return the buffallo to ebuyer as theyre returns policy state the item must be unused if its unwanted and i need to cover postage. not worth the hassle oh well!


dohhhh thats why the signal keeps dropping out, you must have missed the *wink* lol

Buffalo are good anyway, from now on i am only buying Tenda or Buffalo if i need this sort of stuff, as the big brands have let me down :(
#17
Many thanks Chuckles1001 for your reply

I'll buy one, plus the additional USB
#18
wbmkk
Many thanks Chuckles1001 for your reply

I'll buy one, plus the additional USB


Your welcome :), hope it all helps
#19
anewman
I have ADSL over the phone line. I have 2 ADSL routers, one is wired which works fine, the other is wireless which keeps dropping the ADSL connection and really gets on my t**s. Could I simply connect the wan port of this with a crossover cable to one of the lan ports on my good router?


Don't see why not as long as you've got a networked adsl modem.. fine! :thumbsup:
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Excellent product and price point but remember it is only 10/100 and not Gigabit. So, if you plan to hang a NAS from this, you will be choking its performance. If you need Gigabit, the best deal I have found is for a Buffalo at a little over £37 delivered: http://www.expansys.com/d.aspx?i=181886
#21
sharpcroft
Excellent brand of router, i have the earlier W302r which has been nothing but stable and f you like to tinker, it has all the bells and whistles such as port forwarding, port redirecting, DDNS, mac filtering and much more.
Very tempted at this price to get one to keep as a spare :) v hot from me


i am really disappointed with the w302r.. have to set it to dmz to get xbox live working but then i can't get my sling media player to work because i can only set up one dmz at a time..

also the router has real problems with bittorrent and crashes becauses it can't cope with the traffic..

i.e. the router isn't compatible with bittorrent.

i also find it problematic with certain online gaming.

as for the n150.. my backup router doesn't even work.. not sure why.

so tenda routers have not worked ideal for me.
#22
Can anyone tell me what the QoS options are like on Tenda stuff?

I'm not after it for VOIP which is what most of them are aimed at.. Im after it for BT Vision which stutters without proper QoS for the on demand video stuff.

(I'm an ADSL customer so I cant use this anyways but I can always get a seperate modem if needed)

Any other reccomendations of decent deals on ADSL Modem/Routers with good QoS? (The buffalo mentioned earlier seemed good but only has 3 rules that you can configure for QoS and is aimed at VOIP it seems)
#23
Brillaint price for what you are getting.

Ordered for a friend who was looking to pay £50 for a worse-spec bundle from Staples.

Cheers!

H&R Given
#24
Lowtrawler
Excellent product and price point but remember it is only 10/100 and not Gigabit. So, if you plan to hang a NAS from this, you will be choking its performance. If you need Gigabit, the best deal I have found is for a Buffalo at a little over £37 delivered: http://www.expansys.com/d.aspx?i=181886


Be careful because when you check up the Mfr Part #: WHR-G300N no on the Buffalo site it says it's only 10/100 standard and not gigabit. Unless I am being really thick (which is possible)

http://www.buffalo-technology.com/products/wireless/wireless-n-nfiniti/whr-g300n-wireless-n-nfiniti-router-access-point/
#25
Lowtrawler
Excellent product and price point but remember it is only 10/100 and not Gigabit. So, if you plan to hang a NAS from this, you will be choking its performance. If you need Gigabit, the best deal I have found is for a Buffalo at a little over £37 delivered: http://www.expansys.com/d.aspx?i=181886


I could be mistake on this (and I usually am so apologies in advance) but when you check out this Buffalo router on their website using the part no from expansys, it says it's only 10/100 standard and not 10/100/1000. I also checked a few reviews which confirmed this router was not gigabit.
#26
I have used a Tenda router and wireless PCI card for a good 18 months now and they are fantastic! On my model it can be setup to broadcast two wireless networks - something I took advantage of by creating a separate network for the Wii / DS / XBox which sometimes struggled with the higher encrypted WPA2. Obviously one network can broadcast at n and one at g, allowing your n devices to get the fastest connection possible.
Recommended!!
#27
Will I be able to use this instead of my o2 router which has poor wireless signal.?
#28
sorry im thick at computers, anyone know if this will work with any speed internet?
#29
kellyandhoney
sorry im thick at computers, anyone know if this will work with any speed internet?


Hi Kellyandhoney

Yup this will work with and cable broadband set - up though if you had a really fast connection - more than 10GB/s say, you might want to go with a pricier option so as not to slow up your system.

For a better known make of router you might want to check out some good deals on Play.com.
I saw this one - http://www.play.com/Product.aspx?title=5599124&r=PCSH&ptsl=1 - for a Belkin at about the same price - private seller rather than Play.com itself though.
#30
Chuckles1001
Not sure, you would try if the signal keeps dropping out ;) (Notice the wink)

The trouble with Buffalo is they are so good, why are't more people buying the Buffalo's and Tenda's of this world when Linksys, Belkin or Netgear are so POO


You have obviously had a bad time with Netgear, however my experience having used both Buffalo and Netgear (DG834PN) is that the Netgear unit was much more stable and user friendly.
#31
radiohead999
You have obviously had a bad time with Netgear, however my experience having used both Buffalo and Netgear (DG834PN) is that the Netgear unit was much more stable and user friendly.


Maybe, but its luck of the draw i surpose. I have had a Netgear and it was 'orrible the connection kept dropping especailly when i had multiple devices on it I.E. it hated my DS, 360 and 2 x PCs on at the same time.

My Buffalo, never had to be restarted, and never dropped signal. I felt bad and used to turn it off every so often (as it was on 24 hours a day) just to give it a rest even when it was working great.

Linksys, was ok and never gave me any problems but was not as fast as others, the USB dongels are great thou (for me at least)

Belkin had a poo interface, and never seems to do what it said it was going to, I.E. you change a setting and it says reboot the thing and you reboot it and then it still did not work but the setting was still changed, and then after multiple resets it would finally kick in doing what i wanted, that got on my nerves.

Tenda - (what i am using now) is great works with lots of power and is very responsive and can do lots of different and nice things well.

the trouble is once your put off your put off a make, and its the customer support that makes you think never again.

I have been building PC's for 15 years now and the hard drives i used to buy were Seagate, westen Digital and maxtor (mainly) all worked quite well expect

Westen digital is a stable work horse

Seagate is now my choice as its stable and seems faster then other equivelents

Maxtor I will never touch again as i built a PC for my brother and bought one and it failed within a week, they sent a replacment which might have been reconditioned and they broke within 2 weeks, then another a week later, and then they sent a brand new newer model cos i moaned so much and that failed so 4 hard drives in nearly 3 months, in the end i got it replaced and sold it and used the money to get a seagate.
I am sure they are great for some people but each to there own
#32
This cant be full N with a single antenna. The standard mandates two antennas.
#33
Ordered. Thanks! I'm no expert but from what I've seen this seems a cracking deal for N router + adapter.
#34
DEE74
Will I be able to use this instead of my o2 router which has poor wireless signal.?


Yes, you'd have to connect this one to the O2 router (and turn off the wireless on the O2 box) :thumbsup:
#35
I'm thinking of buying one of these, but how does it work with standard laptop wireless adaptors?

Will I need to buy a PCI card, or USB adapter to get it to work? Or will I be able to use my laptops in-built adapter?

(I know the box comes with a wireless-N USB, but I plan on using that for my desktop).
#36
darkskiez
This cant be full N with a single antenna. The standard mandates two antennas.


If you read it, it says Draft-N but but still works with all my wireless N and other people seem to like these

kissenger
I'm thinking of buying one of these, but how does it work with standard laptop wireless adaptors?

Will I need to buy a PCI card, or USB adapter to get it to work? Or will I be able to use my laptops in-built adapter?

(I know the box comes with a wireless-N USB, but I plan on using that for my desktop).


It will work fine if your laptop already has wireless B, G or N it also comes with a USB adaptor to plug in to your desktop :)
#37
huggychair
Yes, you'd have to connect this one to the O2 router (and turn off the wireless on the O2 box) :thumbsup:


Cheers, huggychair. :thumbsup:
#38
My router and USB arrived today, so that was pretty quick service from eBuyer, I ordered it at about 3:30 pm on Wednesday this week and opted for the 5 day delivery.

The prodcut arriving is the Tenda W311R+ so I hope this is the same as the advertised model, the N150

My current Virgin broadband connects from the modem to my pc with a USB cable, large USB into the computer and I think a small USB or maybe USB 2 into the modem.

This router only uses ASDL cables so I'll need to buy one those tomorrow, but I was under the impression that ASDL cables were more connected with the old dial up internet access ...

or am I wrong there

Can I leave one computer wired up exactly as it is now, then use the router and USB for my second computer. Will anything else need doing ?

there's an ethernet switch on the router, but this is not mentioned on the instruction sheet, so I don't know what it is for.
#39
Not sure what you mean to be honest, on ebuyer it says N150 in the title and w311R+ in the decription so guessing the same thing.

virgin internet comes from a cable from the wall into the modem and then a network cable from the modem to the computer, dont know why yours is USB, you sure the connection in the router is ADSL (Phone line type) and not DSL (Network type)??

This is meant to go as follows Wall -> Cable -> virgin modem -> Network cable -> Router -> wireless to PC & Wired to consoles
#40
Thanks Chuckles.

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