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Wanted: Cheap Wireless Router £10.00

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month agoFeedback:34 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Need a Basic Wireless Router for Uni Accommodation so we can have wireless
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month agoFeedback:34 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Who is your service provider?
#2
thesaint
Who is your service provider?

studentcom, im looking 4 one of those cable ones where u plug the ethernet into it
#3
kidchop
thesaint
Who is your service provider?
studentcom, im looking 4 one of those cable ones where u plug the ethernet into it

Got a brand new BT home HUB 2.0 which is a wireless N router, looking for £10 + P&P
#4
pants2000
kidchop
thesaint
Who is your service provider?
studentcom, im looking 4 one of those cable ones where u plug the ethernet into it


Got a brand new BT home HUB 2.0 which is a wireless N router, looking for £10 + P&P

Is it a Cable Router or a DSL router?
#5
kidchop
pants2000
kidchop
thesaint
Who is your service provider?
studentcom, im looking 4 one of those cable ones where u plug the ethernet into it
Got a brand new BT home HUB 2.0 which is a wireless N router, looking for £10 + P&P
Is it a Cable Router or a DSL router?


Its an ADSL one but you could connect this to any providers router to use as an access point to distripute wireless signal
#6
pants2000
kidchop
pants2000
kidchop
thesaint
Who is your service provider?
studentcom, im looking 4 one of those cable ones where u plug the ethernet into it
Got a brand new BT home HUB 2.0 which is a wireless N router, looking for £10 + P&P
Is it a Cable Router or a DSL router?[/quote

Its an ADSL one but you could connect this to any providers router to use as an access point to distripute wireless signal

pants2000
kidchop
pants2000
kidchop
[quote=thesaint] Who is your service provider?
studentcom, im looking 4 one of those cable ones where u plug the ethernet into it
Got a brand new BT home HUB 2.0 which is a wireless N router, looking for £10 + P&P
Is it a Cable Router or a DSL router?



Its an ADSL one but you could connect this to any providers router to use as an access point to distripute wireless signal

Would this work with an Ethernet cable as the internet source?
pants2000
kidchop
pants2000
kidchop
thesaint
Who is your service provider?
studentcom, im looking 4 one of those cable ones where u plug the ethernet into it
Got a brand new BT home HUB 2.0 which is a wireless N router, looking for £10 + P&P
Is it a Cable Router or a DSL router?



Its an ADSL one but you could connect this to any providers router to use as an access point to distripute wireless signal
#7
Its an ADSL one but you could connect this to any providers router to use as an access point to distripute wireless signal[/quote]
Would this work with an Ethernet cable as the internet source?
pants2000
kidchop
pants2000
kidchop
thesaint
Who is your service provider?
studentcom, im looking 4 one of those cable ones where u plug the ethernet into it
Got a brand new BT home HUB 2.0 which is a wireless N router, looking for £10 + P&P
Is it a Cable Router or a DSL router?



Its an ADSL one but you could connect this to any providers router to use as an access point to distripute wireless signal
[/quote]
#8
You would need to connected it via ethernet to your current router. Here is a quick quide from some one who was with Talk Talk and wanted to connect it to a Netgear Router.
http://www.avforums.com/forums/networking-nas/1261412-using-dg834gt-adsl-modem-bt-home-hub-2-0-wireless-access-point.html
#9
pants2000
You would need to connected it via ethernet to your current router. Here is a quick quide from some one who was with Talk Talk and wanted to connect it to a Netgear Router.

http://www.avforums.com/forums/networking-nas/1261412-using-dg834gt-adsl-modem-bt-home-hub-2-0-wireless-access-point.html

Looks complicated mate sorry, just want a cable router and simply plug the ethernet and share it via wireless
#10
kidchop
pants2000
You would need to connected it via ethernet to your current router. Here is a quick quide from some one who was with Talk Talk and wanted to connect it to a Netgear Router.[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.avforums.com/forums/networking-nas/1261412-using-dg834gt-adsl-modem-bt-home-hub-2-0-wireless-access-point.html
Looks complicated mate sorry, just want a cable router and simply plug the ethernet and share it via wireless

No probs
#12
Which is one with just the ethernet no telephone by the way
#13
Is it wireless N?
#14
No sorry.
#15
I am open to offers though.
#16
I got a belkin wireless b one (OLD lol) u can have for 12 delivered. Is a cable router with Ethernet input
#17
I have a netgear wgr614v9 for sale, it is a wireless G cable router, and comes boxed, pretty much as new as I already had a router. I can do it for £17.50 delivered.


Edited By: zaheer2003 on Oct 24, 2010 21:51: extra info
#18
i have a belkin g+ one. 125 mbps instead of normal 54. can be used with any provider. £12 delivered.

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