Tenda Wireless-N150 Router (Wireless B, G and N) - £16.66 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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A very good deal considering the fact that a Wireless G router at £7.99 is pretty hot at the moment! 3x quicker than G (on average)! On ebuyer, there are around 60 5-star reviews for this, just as a basis!
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1 Like #1
16.66 with postage
#2
Let me find the promotional code for free delivery....
banned 1 Like #3
Is it suitable for cable (Virgin Media)?
#4
Amazing router, had mine for just over a year with absolutely no problems and great coverage throughout the house
banned#5
MrBrightside1987
Amazing router, had mine for just over a year with absolutely no problems and great coverage throughout the house


Is it suitable for cable (Virgin Media)?
#6
It's a router. Of course you can use it with cable if you have modem.
#7
lorencpiotr
MrBrightside1987
Amazing router, had mine for just over a year with absolutely no problems and great coverage throughout the house


Is it suitable for cable (Virgin Media)?


Yeah, I've got it on Virgin Media.
You just plug the ethernet cable coming out of the modem into the router, and then configure the wireless settings.
banned#8
Thanks:)
Glix
It's a router. Of course you can use it with cable if you have modem.
#9
I have had two of these used them on Vigin cable, but they were not very stable for me (regularly losing connection, had to constantly reboot). One didn't keep the time settings, so every time I went into the configuration the time was wrong (I tried setting manually and via the internet). I am not sure if this was anything to do with the problems I had with them. I use one as a switch now and the other is gathering dust.
#10
Ok Im a PC technofobe.. we have sky with a sagem router... we have a laptop and a desk top PC.
First question
My sons Nintendo DS cannot connect to our router, he says it the next router needs to be WEP enabled, apparently our sagem isnt.. will this router fix it?
Second question.
Our desktop is wireless via a slot in card. Presumably for both the desk top and the lap top configuring this router isnt an issue?
Thanks

Edited By: ohitsaidwalker on May 02, 2011 20:53: typo
#11
I'm looking for a new router for online gaming. I know that it needs to be a G router.
The one I have at the moment has great download speed but really poor upload speed, which I was told is the reason I get disconnected while playing online.
Can anyone tell me if this is any good, if not maybe recommend something affordable. Thanks in advance. :)
#12
The sagem is G. I had also a 3com G. I then purchase a TP LINK PRE N. I found apart from it connecting at 64mbs rather than 54. The coverage over the house, did not really improve.
So i would be unsure if this will improve your coverage by much.

For regards to your upload speed, this has nothink todo with the wireless version you are running. Its todo with the exchangem your distant from it and if you are located in an urban area or not.
#13
Bought...lets see how good is it I will replace my Netgear G router with it
#14
I currently have a SKY router & two xbox's, only one can have an open nat, other is strict, anyone know if I can plug this into the SKY router (Netgear dg834gt) and have two open nat types?
#15
ohitsaidwalker
Ok Im a PC technofobe.. we have sky with a sagem router... we have a laptop and a desk top PC.
First question
My sons Nintendo DS cannot connect to our router, he says it the next router needs to be WEP enabled, apparently our sagem isnt.. will this router fix it?
Second question.
Our desktop is wireless via a slot in card. Presumably for both the desk top and the lap top configuring this router isnt an issue?
Thanks



I'd guess that your existing router will do both WPA and WEP.

The router featured here will also do both. It will also extend your existing wireless network using WDS but Sky have disabled this on the Sagem so you'd need to physically connect the new router to the modem.
1 Like #16
Chewyone
Let me find the promotional code for free delivery....


We are still waiting.......
#17
Currently using this exact router with virgin broadband. No complaints from me. Connection is perfect, Xbox 360 connection is superb.
#18
MrBrightside1987
lorencpiotr
MrBrightside1987
Amazing router, had mine for just over a year with absolutely no problems and great coverage throughout the house

Is it suitable for cable (Virgin Media)?

Yeah, I've got it on Virgin Media.
You just plug the ethernet cable coming out of the modem into the router, and then configure the wireless settings.

Does this cable have a name? My modem router offers USB and LAN connection to my PC.

I connected my (BT) wireless router to a friends (Fritz) wired router and modem hoping to get wireless and the signal wouldn't show up.
#19
Are there still compatibility problems getting these working with iOS devices?
#20
Cheapest delivery to Inverness is £10!!!! Absolutely ridiculous - I've shipped a 35kg gearbox from here to the south of England for £16 - a router weighs nothing and sent by Royal Mail would be here in 2 days for less than a fiver.
1 Like #21
Fanimal
Chewyone
Let me find the promotional code for free delivery....


We are still waiting.......


+1 (otherwise expire this muther)

Edited By: omisnad on May 02, 2011 21:51
[admin] 1 Like #22
£16.66 with cheapest postage. Edited title/price.
1 Like #23
No way I am giving them so much personal information to save a few quid.
If their site got hacked I could lose everything.
#24
Thinking of up gradi g to n. Would this work with O2? Would I replace my O2 router with this one or plug this one into it please?
#25
leeparsons
The sagem is G. I had also a 3com G. I then purchase a TP LINK PRE N. I found apart from it connecting at 64mbs rather than 54. The coverage over the house, did not really improve.
So i would be unsure if this will improve your coverage by much.

For regards to your upload speed, this has nothink todo with the wireless version you are running. Its todo with the exchangem your distant from it and if you are located in an urban area or not.


I have connected the router using the ethernet but the upload speed does not improve, the thing is my router is not meant for online gaming but I can still play online. I do live in an urban area but my brother lives in the middle of nowhere and has better upload speed then I do, but much poorer download. I just dont get it. :|
#26
J400uk
Are there still compatibility problems getting these working with iOS devices?


I never had a problem. This worked fine with my iPhone but could not keep a steady connection with my notebooks, so I got rid in the end.
#27
owens101
Thinking of up gradi g to n. Would this work with O2? Would I replace my O2 router with this one or plug this one into it please?

you cant replace the o2 box with this as it has a modem in it to connect to the ADSL line, and this does not, its just a router.
#28
owens101
Thinking of up gradi g to n. Would this work with O2? Would I replace my O2 router with this one or plug this one into it please?


You can plug this one in to the O2 router using ethernet ports (not the WAN port though on the Tenda), and use it as a wireless access point.
#29
does with work with talktalk? I dont want my old talktalk router. it doesnt reach any speeds higher than 8mb
#30
Bought this but it's on the shelf. It won't connect to the wireless N usb dongle I bought for use with it in any WPA mode. I've changed the firmware up and down and used manufacturer drivers and chipset drivers for the dongle and it just won't assign an IP. Ebuyer forums were no use. The dongle connects fine to a Bebox in and my current router WPA mode but they're both 54g.
#31
I have two of these - one as my main router (on Virgin Cable) and the other in use as a second wireless access point to extend the range. Everything is pretty stable and reliable.

Had some issues with my Iphone 3GS staying connected to wireless. Solved this by moving to Android (HTC Desire HD) and now it's rock solid.
#32
cheekygirl79740
leeparsons
The sagem is G. I had also a 3com G. I then purchase a TP LINK PRE N. I found apart from it connecting at 64mbs rather than 54. The coverage over the house, did not really improve.
So i would be unsure if this will improve your coverage by much.

For regards to your upload speed, this has nothink todo with the wireless version you are running. Its todo with the exchangem your distant from it and if you are located in an urban area or not.


I have connected the router using the ethernet but the upload speed does not improve, the thing is my router is not meant for online gaming but I can still play online. I do live in an urban area but my brother lives in the middle of nowhere and has better upload speed then I do, but much poorer download. I just dont get it. :|


Probably the telephone wiring in your house, try connecting your router to the master socket and see if that improves things.

It 'could' indeed be your current router, but it's far far more likely to be something else (wiring or your actual bt line and/or exchange - use http://www.samknows.com to check what your line is capable of and/or ask your isp).
#33
ohitsaidwalker
My sons Nintendo DS cannot connect to our router, he says it the next router needs to be WEP enabled, apparently our sagem isnt.. will this router fix it?


Your current router most likely already has this option but you need to select it. WEP is the most basic form of wireless encryption so even the oldest devices will likely support it.
#34
Hideru
does with work with talktalk? I dont want my old talktalk router. it doesnt reach any speeds higher than 8mb


It doesn't include an ADSL modem so no. Best to also check (www.samknows.com) that your bt line is capable of speeds higher than 8mb, you'll probably find it's not and that's why your speed is like it is.

(>8mbps is known as 'ADSL Max' or 'ADSL 2+' and does require a compatible modem, but first step is to find out whether your phone line is capable of such)
#35
I have got a netgear 5 port 10/100m switch. Would this be a better upgrade? http://www.ebuyer.com/product/64190?utm_source=google&utm_medium=products <---- This is the one I have.
#36
With this would I connect my hub downstairs, to this upstairs using an ethernet cable. and would anything wireless such as my laptop connect to this one instead of the hub?
#37
ohitsaidwalker

First question
My sons Nintendo DS cannot connect to our router, he says it the next router needs to be WEP enabled, apparently our sagem isnt.. will this router fix it?

Your router should be able to do WEP as it's the most basic encryption. Don't use it though, it's totally useless like other have said.

I've got my daughter's DSi connected to my router using WPA-2, does the DS not do WPA as well?
#38
Works fine for me on my computer, laptops, iPhone, Androids, X360 and PS3. Never had issues, and unlike my Belkin, it's never needed a restart.

I also had 2 setup before, one as a repeater so that I could get a wired connection to the 360 when it was in the attic.

zaphodbb

Does this cable have a name? My modem router offers USB and LAN connection to my PC.

I connected my (BT) wireless router to a friends (Fritz) wired router and modem hoping to get wireless and the signal wouldn't show up.


It's the LAN cable, if you're running a wired connection now then it's probably going from the modem to the back of your computer (or to your router if you've already got one). You just plug this into the router.
1 Like #39
owens101
Thinking of up gradi g to n. Would this work with O2? Would I replace my O2 router with this one or plug this one into it please?


Yes it will work with O2, by plugging this into one of your O2 modem ports. I have disabled the wireless function of the Thomson unit, and everything wireless now connects to the outside world via this then the modem. You will of course need to have n class adapters or cards in your machines to get the increased speed. You can still run b and/or g machines via this router, as long as you set the router to that setting in the browser. HTH.
Forgot to say, as earlier post, don't use the WAN port on the Tenda router, use one of the four LAN's into one of the 4 LAN's of the O2 unit. See review on ebuyer by Paul Howell on how(ell) to set it up. You will need to change the default IP address of the Tenda unit to fall within the range of the O2 unit.

Edited By: Chuck U on May 03, 2011 13:49: Added info
#40
price gone down to 12.49

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