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FS: Wireless Routers and bits

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months agoFeedback:9 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
For Sale the routers left over from upgrading.

2x Netgear WGR614 v9
1x BT HomeHub 2.0

Each Router will come with it's appropriate power supply and I've got one ethernet cable to chuck in aswell.

The Netgear routers are for use with a cable modem such as Virgin.

The BT Homehub is for use with ADSL connections such as BT.

There is also a Wireless 108Mbs D-link PCMCIA Wifi card that is still sealed for sale.

Netgear router £12 each delivered
BT Homehub £14 Delivered
D-Link Wifi card £10 Delivered

My other thread has some Xbox 360 games for sale!
Payment By Paypal Gift, or the buyer pays fees.
I also accept bank transfer.
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months agoFeedback:9 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative

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Hi you don't happen to have the BT home hub phone as well do you? and was wondering will the old hub phone work with this hub? thanks
Hi, unfortunately I don't have the phone.
Yes the old hub phone will work with the new hub but although the handsets work with a v2 Home Hub, the v1.x handsets don't fit the new housing for the v2 Home Hub, so you'll have to charge the older handset on the little base unit that came with the older handset.
To get the old hub phone to work with the new hub, you will have to register it, help is:

Hope that helps. Doc
I am having some issues with my wireless network & someone suggested I should get a wireless adapter.


Does any of your stuff sort out my issue?
I've had a read through your network issues post, then tried to look up the specification of your laptop.
As far as I can understand it, you've not managed to confirm whether or not the problem is hardware or software.
The D-link wireless card I'm selling is another type of "dongle" if you can so call it, which has it's own connection software, this may sort out your connection issues. You can disable your internal wireless by leaving the switch off, plug this card in and use it's software to connect. (This way you'd be using different hardware and different software to connect)
Just so I can be clear, as much as I'd like a sale naturally it would be better if you could rule out whether your current problem is hardware or software, then you might not need to buy the card I'm selling. :)
bump 1
bump 2 :)

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