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Netgear Powerline 1200Mbps Passthrough Twin Pack - £49.99 - Amazon.co.uk

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Discounted today - same price as 1000Mbps version. Has passthrough (passthru) plug allowing you to use the plug normally. Use your existing electrical wiring to extend your Internet access to any… Read More
Discounted today - same price as 1000Mbps version. Has passthrough (passthru) plug allowing you to use the plug normally. Use your existing electrical wiring to extend your Internet access to any…
ritchie1 Avatar1d, 17m agoFound 1 day, 17 minutes ago5 Comments
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darthvader666uk
I had some TPLink ones for By TV and they were rubbish. anyone knows if these are good for that? seems like it's a good enough Mbps
I've got loads of different brands all connected together, never had any issues. I've used them for all sorts of uses - connecting DVR,TV, Steam box, Wifi Extender never had any issues.

It could be down to your electrical wiring in your house - I hear some people have issues if they have a shared ground with the neighbours (or something like that).

Since it's from amazon I would buy it and try it, and if it doesn't work, Amazon are usually really easy with returns.


good shout about Amazon returns. Yeah possibly something with the electrical wiring. By TV would almost buffer but hard wired, no issues. good deal for these too
Av2000 zyxel is only £59.99 on box.co.uk
darthvader666uk
I had some TPLink ones for By TV and they were rubbish. anyone knows if these are good for that? seems like it's a good enough Mbps
I've got loads of different brands all connected together, never had any issues. I've used them for all sorts of uses - connecting DVR,TV, Steam box, Wifi Extender never had any issues.

It could be down to your electrical wiring in your house - I hear some people have issues if they have a shared ground with the neighbours (or something like that).

Since it's from amazon I would buy it and try it, and if it doesn't work, Amazon are usually really easy with returns.
Great price op seem to be north of £70 elsewhere......
I had some TPLink ones for By TV and they were rubbish. anyone knows if these are good for that? seems like it's a good enough Mbps
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Prime Exclusive - NETGEAR R6250-100UKS AC1600 1600 Mbps Smart Wi-Fi Dual Band Gigabit Router £59.99 @ Amazon

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AC1600 WiFi offers 300 + 1300 Mbps speeds Best wireless coverage for large homes Ideal for homes that have 10 or more WiFi devices NETGEAR genie app helps you enjoy more of your connected home Read More
AC1600 WiFi offers 300 + 1300 Mbps speeds Best wireless coverage for large homes Ideal for homes that have 10 or more WiFi devices NETGEAR genie app helps you enjoy more of your connected home
yoyelp Avatar1w, 10h agoFound 1 week, 10 hours ago2 Comments
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Looks good. Thanks.
gotta choose amazon from the "other sellers" list
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Netgear R6250-100UKS Wireless Cable & Fibre Router £59.99 @ Currys

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£59.99 looks good. Could be worth changing over to one if your cable company supplied mode is lacking somewhat. The range on my hubs ins't all that great, so having a scout around and spotted this one… Read More
£59.99 looks good. Could be worth changing over to one if your cable company supplied mode is lacking somewhat. The range on my hubs ins't all that great, so having a scout around and spotted this one…
NeoTrix Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago7 Comments
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Cheers :)
cbrown1979
would this work where you use a sky hub purely as a modem and then hook it up to this router for your Wi-Fi? as we all know sky don't like you using third party equipment!
Should do. We have an old Belkin router connected to the Sky router (gives better coverage than the new one from Sky!) and there has never been an issue.
northbank1886
keep it and add BT WHOLE HOME wifi
reviews seem favourable :)

http://m.shop.bt.com/learnmore/bt-branded-products-and-services/bt-whole-home-wi-fi/


better off with Google WiFi, true mesh network, plus add additional units if needed.
cbrown1979
would this work where you use a sky hub purely as a modem and then hook it up to this router for your Wi-Fi? as we all know sky don't like you using third party equipment!


yes, I have another router attached to my sky hub for Kantar shopping panel.
keep it and add BT WHOLE HOME wifi
reviews seem favourable :)

http://m.shop.bt.com/learnmore/bt-branded-products-and-services/bt-whole-home-wi-fi/
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NETGEAR WIFI BOOSTER Only £14.99 Prime / £18.98 Non-Prime - AMAZON

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Great wifi booster, use my self in tough spots of the house. Read More
Great wifi booster, use my self in tough spots of the house.
dealsonweels Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago7 Comments
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nehurane
Singal boost happens in a room where plugged in, does not do in next bedroom though

OK
Singal boost happens in a room where plugged in, does not do in next bedroom though
dealsonweels
haha! now why would that happen?

You need to read your post where it mentions you using yourself in tough spots in your house. Well that is how it reads to me.
always same price
Just bought one.
Signal boost is fine.
2 phones locked on easy whilst a tablet and Kodi box had to be synced via the webpage configuration tool.
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NETGEAR R8000-100UKS Nighthawk X6 AC3200 (600 + 1300 + 1300 Mbps) Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit 4K Gaming Router (Amazon Echo Enabled) (Used - Very Good ) £99.62 @ Amazon warehouse

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Not the newest router in the range, but at £99 (that's after the 20% Warehouse promotion discount which is currently available on this item), it's a steal for an AC3200 router. If I wasn't looking at Read More
Not the newest router in the range, but at £99 (that's after the 20% Warehouse promotion discount which is currently available on this item), it's a steal for an AC3200 router. If I wasn't looking at
cod Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago22 Comments
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All gone for now - check back later if you want to find one :D
dealmania
robodan918
Interesting... How is this echo enabled? Does it have an echo built in?
It connects with your echo and allows you to ask questions such as what are my network settings which it then obtains from the router.
thanks
don't know how useful that would be to me, but interesting feature
What advantages has it over free routers provided by the isp?
sparx1981
Gumnaam
I have ee bright box 2 with 38 mb speed tariff. Could someone please advise if it is worth buying Netgear.
Im interested in the answer to this too. Most people will say its always worth changing out the isp supplied box but im not really sure if there is much benefit especially vs the cost.

Problem with ISP supplied boxes, is that most of the time they are just bare min devices to get things working, and and cant configure a lot of stuff in them. For average joes, it is not a problem, but some people like to play around and customize certain things. More importantly, almost all isp supplied routers i came across freezes frequently and wifi gets stuck or doesnt work until reset.Regular cable/fiber routers are becoming better but adsl ones for example are still not quite good as supplied by isps.
Gumnaam
I have ee bright box 2 with 38 mb speed tariff. Could someone please advise if it is worth buying Netgear.
Im interested in the answer to this too. Most people will say its always worth changing out the isp supplied box but im not really sure if there is much benefit especially vs the cost.
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NETGEAR R7000-100UKS Nighthawk AC1900 DD-WRT capable £73.04 used very good @ Amazon Warehouse

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As the title says really, similar to another post from earlier, it's a bit more expensive but has more features with that Specs: 1GHz Dual Core Processor 128 MB flash and 256 MB RAM (MB not GB) Read More
As the title says really, similar to another post from earlier, it's a bit more expensive but has more features with that Specs: 1GHz Dual Core Processor 128 MB flash and 256 MB RAM (MB not GB)
ashrowe98 Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago18 Comments
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ashrowe98
it'll work, yes.

Do you have any setup instructions on this?
it'll work, yes.
Has anyone successfully changed their sky router to modem only mode and then connected this to it?
jasee
Isn't this a cable modem? If you are using anything else then you need a separate modem
May explain why it isn't getting hot, and the usb ports aren't very useful, I should think most people noways have wireless printers and (probably) media servers
wireless printers, maybe. media servers? not really :/ i think it isn't getting as much heat as the £20 less one with much reduced specs is because it's £70 for a router, not many people are gonna want to buy that
jasee
Isn't this a cable modem? If you are using anything else then you need a separate modem
May explain why it isn't getting hot, and the usb ports aren't very useful, I should think most people noways have wireless printers and (probably) media servers
I should think most people have neither
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Netgear R6400 AC1750 Gigabit 256MB DD-WRT (Used - Very Good) Amazon Warehouse £44.93

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Strikes me as a great price for a fastish router supporting full fat DD-WRT (Kong Mod) or other firmwares. No issues I can see on the forum. 256GB RAM 128GB Flash 5 Gigabit Ethernet 1xUSB 3.0 1xUSB Read More
Strikes me as a great price for a fastish router supporting full fat DD-WRT (Kong Mod) or other firmwares. No issues I can see on the forum. 256GB RAM 128GB Flash 5 Gigabit Ethernet 1xUSB 3.0 1xUSB
WessexUnderwater Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago40 Comments
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andersh
Any links for the best place to get DD-WRT build for this? There isn't a hardware page for this on the Wiki.
Kong's build is probably the best choice:https://www.myopenrouter.com/download/dd-wrt-kong-mod-netgear-r6400-2017-03-21https://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=300438
Thanks, I'll take a look.
andersh
Any links for the best place to get DD-WRT build for this? There isn't a hardware page for this on the Wiki.

Kong's build is probably the best choice:
https://www.myopenrouter.com/download/dd-wrt-kong-mod-netgear-r6400-2017-03-21
https://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=300438
Any links for the best place to get DD-WRT build for this? There isn't a hardware page for this on the Wiki.
Toriniasty
expired?
yeah expired
OOS on amazon warehouse
great deal for those who got it
heat OP!
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Arlo Smart Home - 3 HD Security Camera Kit, 100% Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision by NETGEAR (VMS3330-100EUS) £279.99 @ Amazon

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Arlo Smart Home - 3 HD Security Camera Kit, 100% Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision by NETGEAR (VMS3330-100EUS). Amazon Deals of the day.Ends tonight Read More
Arlo Smart Home - 3 HD Security Camera Kit, 100% Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision by NETGEAR (VMS3330-100EUS). Amazon Deals of the day.Ends tonight
szumiwoda1 Avatar3w, 12h agoFound 3 weeks, 12 hours ago7 Comments
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Jellybeans
Thats great. Use a wifi jammer and all your cameras get knoced out at range.


Put the camera high up so they can't spread the jammer on the lens. 8)
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Jellybeans
Thats great. Use a wifi jammer and all your cameras get knoced out at range.
Or they could use a high altitude EMP weapon and knock out every wired and wireless camera in the country.....
Thats great. Use a wifi jammer and all your cameras get knoced out at range.
Sambat
Price gone back up
Click on new used from £260.

Decent price, I looked at this a while ago but went for the blink system (was Amazon dod at the time about half the price of this) and I'm pretty happy with it.
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NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 only £101.14 @ Amazon warehouse

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I just think it might be worth it additional links for other varieties R7000 for £73.04 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00HDK4GAK/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used R8000 f… Read More
I just think it might be worth it additional links for other varieties R7000 for £73.04 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00HDK4GAK/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used R8000 f…
tafida01 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago45 Comments
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Got mine too, BUT haven't noticed any signal range improvements over the Superhub 2....what has improved is the connection stability, no reboots or dropped connections...however for £100...I don't know if it was worth it lol...
Received my R7800 router yesterday. Absolutely mint and not even opened. Easily setup and working great. Had to dig out my old BT fibre modem for use with it unless anyone can advise how you connect it without the modem.
t2lek
I've got the R7000 model and it is fantastic. However, just be aware that if you own a Microsoft Surface Pro then all of the routers listed above have issues with it. It's down to the drivers that the wireless chipset used in the Surface and has been an issue since the Surface Pro 2. I have a Surface Pro 4 and Microsoft still haven't acknowledged or fixed the issue. I have to run a second router just for the Surface which isn't ideal otherwise you have to put up with download speeds of up to 5-6 meg max.
This is well documented on many forums.
I've contemplated swapping my R7000 but I'd only just bought it at the time and didn't want to throw away £100.
Other than that though, it's been flawless with all other devices and has been the best router I've owned to date.
I have an R8000 as my main router and an R7000 as a wireless access point. My Surface Pro 3 works fine.
Other than I should probably switch my routers about for their current function everything is hunky dory.
Mine arrived yesterday. It was mint and already fired up and happy with the results
Mine was delivered today. Excellent piece of kit for the money. Thanks OP.
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NETGEAR GS308P-100UKS 8-Port Gigabit Switch with 4-Port PoE (can use with PoE CCTV Cameras) £49.99 @ Amazon

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Cheapest price it seems to go on Amazon. Please note this is not the standard GS308 8 port switch which goes for around £15-£20. This one has 4 PoE ports to provide power to devices like CCTV came… Read More
Cheapest price it seems to go on Amazon. Please note this is not the standard GS308 8 port switch which goes for around £15-£20. This one has 4 PoE ports to provide power to devices like CCTV came…
thetarget Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago11 Comments
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mikemod
Hot from me. Thanks, just what I needed after a lightning strike took out two ports of my last one..
I'm using Hikvision cameras like THIS
I thinking of getting one of those to see what they are like and then order another if the range and angle is fine for my needs.
Are you using a NVR in your set-up? If so, which one.
Do you encounter any bandwidth issues on the rest of your network? I ordered a Hikvision NVR without PoE built in from a recent deal on here but now I am concerned whether I should have ordered one with some PoE ports.
Originally I planned to put the NVR in the loft but now I've read that is probably not a suitable place. Maybe the PoE switch would be okay there as I had a plug socket fitted up there ages ago. Then just run a cable to the NVR. Need to think of somewhere to hide the NVR but near to a power socket.

Great cameras, excellent quality, I am running two of these into a Synology NAS running their surveillance software.
Good night quality as well, I live out in the country so when it is dark it is pitch black.

I have never noticed any bandwidth problems on my network, I am running a NETGEAR GS724T-400EUS as my main switch.
DoctorDeals
Yes indeed. which cameras are you using please?. I am researching get a couple

Looking to order the one mikemod has linked to.
mikemod
Hot from me. Thanks, just what I needed after a lightning strike took out two ports of my last one..
I'm using Hikvision cameras like THIS
I thinking of getting one of those to see what they are like and then order another if the range and angle is fine for my needs.

Are you using a NVR in your set-up? If so, which one.

Do you encounter any bandwidth issues on the rest of your network? I ordered a Hikvision NVR without PoE built in from a recent deal on here but now I am concerned whether I should have ordered one with some PoE ports.

Originally I planned to put the NVR in the loft but now I've read that is probably not a suitable place. Maybe the PoE switch would be okay there as I had a plug socket fitted up there ages ago. Then just run a cable to the NVR. Need to think of somewhere to hide the NVR but near to a power socket.
DoctorDeals

Yes indeed. which cameras are you using please?. I am researching get a couple

Take a look at the Dahua Starlight model range, check out IPCAMTALK.COM as these seem to be the brand of choice, only 2MP but amazing nighttime images.
DoctorDeals
Is this a reverse two way duplex variant
duplex I know of course but the rest....
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NETGEAR PL1200 Powerline Adapter £44.99 Argos on eBay

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Spotted these whilst looking for a decent price. Sold by EBay Argos, everywhere else they are £70+, thought it's a good deal. Says Limited Quantity available though. Delivery is free and fast, Roya… Read More
Spotted these whilst looking for a decent price. Sold by EBay Argos, everywhere else they are £70+, thought it's a good deal. Says Limited Quantity available though. Delivery is free and fast, Roya…
abubakr93 Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago9 Comments
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Lovely price for pass through, ordered. As above, the ethernet on the top may be annoying as one is kept where it can be easily seen so like to keep it as tidy as possible but we'll see

Edited By: hasan6958 on Apr 29, 2017 02:12
I've had various Powerlines over the years, but these are by far the best I've used. I have them right through the house and they are flawless, giving me my full BT Infinity Fibre download and upload speeds in every room. The only slight flaw is the Ethernet jack on the top of the plug rather than the bottom, but it's a minor quibble. Great price, highly recommended.

Edited By: Interloper on Apr 28, 2017 20:56
Damn. Just got the TP-Link 1200's from Amazon last night for £50. Would these be better?

Heat OP!
Great price, wierd there is no click and collect form Argos.
im hot for price its fleabay but through argos so ultra safe :p
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NETGEAR GS116UK 16-Port Gigabit Unmanaged Switch £57.99 Free Delivery @ Amazon

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NETGEAR GS116UK 16-Port Gigabit Unmanaged Switch £57.99 @ Amazon Read More
NETGEAR GS116UK 16-Port Gigabit Unmanaged Switch £57.99 @ Amazon
itsvimal Avatar4w, 2d agoFound 4 weeks, 2 days ago3 Comments
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Missed it :(
£74.99 now
"Moves very large files instantly across your network"
What a breakthrough!
Order quickly they'll sell out in, err, instantly.
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NETGEAR AC810-100EUS Aircard £149.99 @ Amazon UK

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Hope this helps someone, The aircard is around £200 anywhere else. Perfect if you have poor landline bandwidth & a good 4G connection. Read More
Hope this helps someone, The aircard is around £200 anywhere else. Perfect if you have poor landline bandwidth & a good 4G connection.
Rodders Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago5 Comments
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Don't really see the point of this when you can buy a Mi-Fi device from most of the carriers for under £50

If you are using it to replace your home broadband then you'll probably be looking at contracts to get more than a couple GB of data at a sane(ish) price anyway at which point you'll probably get the Mi-Fi "Free" as part of the contract.
It's like your home broadband router, but it uses 4G instead of being hard-wired. Heat added
EndlessWaves
jasee
Seems like it's a smallish Phablet without the phone, so what's the point?
It's not a tablet at all as far as I'm aware, it's a high end mi-fi type travel router.
Yes, no you're right, you can't use it as even a browser, it's just a touch screen for setup. Ok, you can route other devices through it but it seems extraordinarily expensive, just for that.
jasee
Seems like it's a smallish Phablet without the phone, so what's the point?

It's not a tablet at all as far as I'm aware, it's a high end mi-fi type travel router.
Seems like it's a smallish Phablet without the phone, so what's the point?
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NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 £139.99 @ Amazon

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NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 I've been watching this router on camelcamelcamel for a few weeks for it to drop in price again. This is the cheapest it's been for a while according to th… Read More
NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 I've been watching this router on camelcamelcamel for a few weeks for it to drop in price again. This is the cheapest it's been for a while according to th…
Blues175 Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago34 Comments
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I initially went down the pfsense route and my regret was the complete OTT choice for my needs. It took management to a whole other level. The ITX build was nice with a J3355 AES capable celeron but again I just couldn't get my head around what it offered for what I needed. And, obviously, you still need something capable for a wireless AP.

Horses for courses etc but I'm happy enough with the R7800
VimesUK
Mentos
VimesUK
Mine arrived and I didn't bother setting it up with the std firmware but I have instead installed a DD-WRT type. This means the router is using a VPN client and the speeds are much better than they were on my R7000.
So far very impressed.
What kind of throughput do you get with openvpn?
The maximum so far has been a pretty consistent 7.5MB/s. That is the maximum that my line would have been capable of without a VPN. That is using an AES-256 CBC connection. Of course which server you are connected to well be a determining factor but at least the router isn't the restriction.

Overall I'm happy enough with the VPN client on the router.

Thanks. I'm actually looking to run it as a server for remote acces and uk localisation when abroad.

Plan to get FTTP eventually, so been keeping an eye out for a suitable router. Alternative is running pfSense/openvpn alliance in a VM on my GEN8 NAS and swapping out the CPU for an AES-NI version.

Edited By: Mentos on May 02, 2017 23:18
Mentos
VimesUK
Mine arrived and I didn't bother setting it up with the std firmware but I have instead installed a DD-WRT type. This means the router is using a VPN client and the speeds are much better than they were on my R7000.
So far very impressed.
What kind of throughput do you get with openvpn?

The maximum so far has been a pretty consistent 7.5MB/s. That is the maximum that my line would have been capable of without a VPN. That is using an AES-256 CBC connection. Of course which server you are connected to well be a determining factor but at least the router isn't the restriction.

Overall I'm happy enough with the VPN client on the router.
VimesUK
Mine arrived and I didn't bother setting it up with the std firmware but I have instead installed a DD-WRT type. This means the router is using a VPN client and the speeds are much better than they were on my R7000.
So far very impressed.

What kind of throughput do you get with openvpn?
Mine arrived and I didn't bother setting it up with the std firmware but I have instead installed a DD-WRT type. This means the router is using a VPN client and the speeds are much better than they were on my R7000.

So far very impressed.
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NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet £15.99 (Prime) / £20.74 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Used to expand my connections further where the TV is sitting. Maybe someone else need it, too. Read More
Used to expand my connections further where the TV is sitting. Maybe someone else need it, too.
Cici1988 Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago12 Comments
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Ok thanks for your answer.......much obliged.
cx500ec
Please excuse me being thick but will me adding this item as you detail above and then using all the 10 ports to hard wire all my equipment mean that I will weaken my supplied Broadband signal significantly ie the signal was split 4 ways and now using this unit it will be split 10 ways?

Your broadband signal/performance wont change having this switch hooked up in your house. Splitting the connection like this doesn't deteriorate anything :)

Your broadband performance will obviously deteriorate if you have 10 devices all using the internet at the same time of course
InTheKnow444
If you already have 4 ports on your modem and 8 on this, you connect both with a cable (losing 2 ports) but you then gain 10 usable ports
You also need a spare plug socket.
it's just like and extension lead/splitter really
Please excuse me being thick but will me adding this item as you detail above and then using all the 10 ports to hard wire all my equipment mean that I will weaken my supplied Broadband signal significantly ie the signal was split 4 ways and now using this unit it will be split 10 ways?
If you already have 4 ports on your modem and 8 on this, you connect both with a cable (losing 2 ports) but you then gain 10 usable ports

You also need a spare plug socket.

it's just like and extension lead/splitter really
Note that you can get the plastic case version of this for a pound less.
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Netgear ARLO HD 2 camera bundle - £214.99 @ Amazon Lightning Deal

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2 cameras and base unit. Lowest its been for a while. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Arlo-Smart-Home-Wire-Free-VMS3330-100EUS/product/B00TDNYNN0 The Arlo camera is completely wireless, with HD sm… Read More
2 cameras and base unit. Lowest its been for a while. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Arlo-Smart-Home-Wire-Free-VMS3330-100EUS/product/B00TDNYNN0 The Arlo camera is completely wireless, with HD sm…
conradj1 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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And the 3 camels link is for a different system.

If it was 214.99 looks like 249.99 now.
Link takes me to a kindle book ?
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NETGEAR 11AC 750 Mbps (300 Mbps + 450 Mbps) Dual Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Range Extender - £24.99 @ Amazon

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I Know a powerline wifi adapter would be faster, however i thought this was a good price for a dual band extender. Usual price is £34.99, Argos £39.99. Its gone back up in price but the Warehouse pri… Read More
I Know a powerline wifi adapter would be faster, however i thought this was a good price for a dual band extender. Usual price is £34.99, Argos £39.99. Its gone back up in price but the Warehouse pri…
alegendamongstus Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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I have one of these. Works fine for me.
alegendamongstus


This Is a single band. The OP is for the dual band
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NETGEAR PL1000 Powerline/Homeplug with Gigabit ethernet port at Amazon £19.97 prime / £24.72 Non Prime

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This is a Powerline/Homeplug with gigabit internal communication and a gigabit Ethernet port. I believe this is a price match to Curry's but I cannot find any stock in Curry's. Amazon will deliver in… Read More
This is a Powerline/Homeplug with gigabit internal communication and a gigabit Ethernet port. I believe this is a price match to Curry's but I cannot find any stock in Curry's. Amazon will deliver in…
lovehtc Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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bbfb123
Erm...why is this being voted hot when it's less than half price at Currys?
that deal has expired, so this is now the "next best" which is cheapest, so heat
The Currys deal went OOS when at £8.53 yet the next day some stores had stock. Probably from uncollected reservations but the clearance price had increased to £19.97 where it has remained. Perhaps a price glitch at £8.53 but then the clearance BT powerlines increased in price too
I managed to get a pack for £8.53 and they seem to be working fine so far. Two years warranty too upon registration.

I found a clearance BT Powerline with WiFi for £14.97 in my local Currys, was quite happy with that.
Anyone on here want to split a pack of these as I only need 3 myself.
livid_chimp
Annoyingly I need 3 of these... Anyone in the same boat & want to split a pack?!


I can do that.

I'll pm you
was waiting for sometime, looks like a good kit.. I have other one working in home, hope they can work along together..

Edited By: skyadav on Apr 05, 2017 23:10
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NetGear Arlo single HD totally wireless camera with base station - £149.99 @ Amazon today only

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I wouldnt bother its junk
Does it run on magic then?!
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NETGEAR GS316-100UKS 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch £49.99 @ Amazon

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Anyone seen any deals on POE powered (I.e it can hang of POE switch so I don't need to connect power to it) small switches like this?


Look up PoE extenders, they extend the max line length (~100m) and take power from the PoE switch.

Then look at multi port models... though they aren't as common. The former (single port) cost around £25 (£18 from China).
Anyone seen any deals on POE powered (I.e it can hang of POE switch so I don't need to connect power to it) small switches like this?

Edited By: Mentos on Apr 14, 2017 09:15
You need to add more than 8 ports? Because there are vastly cheaper 8 port unmanaged (or even managed) switches. A Netgear 8-port gigabit unmanaged switch is £15. Even a managed is only £34. (Both on Amazon.)
the__cat
Nexy
the__cat

I doubt people wanting an unmanaged switch would be able to read a wireshark log :)
MrHot
This is where if someone doesn't already know that, it probably doesn't matter.
How many people will be buying this for home use? And if it's for a business, they either should know better or have someone who knows better (and will likely tell them not to buy this switch). There are few instances when this is an appropriate tool for the job.
It's appropriate for home networks where you just want to add more ports hanging off your router, etc, but not for much else.

That's all I wanted it for.
Nexy
the__cat

I doubt people wanting an unmanaged switch would be able to read a wireshark log :)
MrHot
This is where if someone doesn't already know that, it probably doesn't matter.
How many people will be buying this for home use? And if it's for a business, they either should know better or have someone who knows better (and will likely tell them not to buy this switch). There are few instances when this is an appropriate tool for the job.

It's appropriate for home networks where you just want to add more ports hanging off your router, etc, but not for much else.
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NETGEAR PL1000 Powerline Adapter Kit - Twin Pack £8.53 @ Currys

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I reserved on for Currys PC World featuring Carphone Warehouse Carmarthen, Unit 1 Towy Ford Retail Park with the £8.53 price and today is the last day for collection.. since I am in Manchester can't able to go there but someone else wants to collect the same in the same price, I am happy to send them my reservation details or if someone can take it from there and post it to me that would be highly appreciated ( I will pay for postage in advance )
robbiewahi
Price has gone up to £19.98
Strange.
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Price has gone up to £19.98
imagineS
shahnadim
Can anyone buy and post to me?
Ill pay the postage and price
Paypal
Same here can someone get one for me. Will pay postage and price :D
Non in my area for collection or delivery

Wouldn't it be easier just to move house to where there is some stock?
Anyone from Chippenham?
Stock available.
I can reserve but can someone collect and post it?
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NETGEAR PL1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) - Twin Pack £29.97 @ Amazon

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quite fast powerline adaptors. any good?
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HotUKDude

For the sake of £5 I'd go with the faster of the 2.
HUKD

royals

The 1000 one is complaint to older standard Homeplug AV
The 1200 one is compliant to Homeplug AV2 which is latest standard you need

Thank you both for the replies. I did not know about their use of different standards; I agree buying the latest would make more sense :-)
I can't seem to find the reviews but I was reading about these adapters and people kept saying the connection was terrible and kept dropping out. Does anyone who owns these adapters have any experience with this?

I'm also in need of 3 of these adapters but nowhere seems to sell these in packs of three. anyone know how I'd source another spare adapter?

thanks
Anyone looking for power line adapters stick to net gear over tplink. Tp link are awful. I got the 500 nano one of them went dead. Replacement from tp link they sent me older model full of dirt. Complained and they sent out correct model but get random disconnections or shall I say lock up
better than wifi, not as good as wired directly
royals
yanick
The 1000 Mbps version is a fiver cheaper; anyone know if there is much of a real world difference between the two?
(I currently have a pair of 200 Mbps and I really get about 40-50 Mbps from the router to the other powerline adaptor in the office).
The 1000 one is complaint to older standard Homeplug AV
The 1200 one is compliant to Homeplug AV2 which is latest standard you need

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HomePlug
Both have gigabit network cards which is where i despair with these networking companies. They quote 1200 mpbs for the 1200 one which is impossible as it has a gigabit nic so 1000mpbs is the theoretical max.

When i challenged netgear a few years ago i was told by speed is calculated using download and upload speeds, which is nonsense. Thats like saying an Audi S3 can do 310 mph and not the stated 155mph because it can do 155mph in either direction. Total nonsense.

How no-one has challenged them under the trade descriptions act is beyond me.

http://www.netgear.co.uk/compare.aspx?cid=wmt_netgear_organic

Looks like they can say what they like by using different parameters. It's no different to tv manufacturers saying their tv's are 200Hz-1000Hz when in reality they are just 100Hz tv's measured by the old methods. They have done the same with sound output as well. There is a recent post for an LG NB3540 soundbar which states its 320 watts. Someone posted that on the back of the sub woofer the speaker is actually 40 watts and the soundbar speakers are 10 to 15 watts. No wonder just a soundbar on it's own doesn't sound any different to my LG tv. Go any buy a Warburtons Toastie loaf. Supposed to be thicker than thick slice bread but is actually thinner than Kingsmill medium sliced. And have you noticed the word small is now missing from our food items. When I go get a pizza I am offered medium or large. Hang on a minute. In order to class something as medium should there not be a smaller option. Its happening with everything. Look at Netgears Nighthawk router, another one of my interests. It claims 1900 AC but in reality it's a split channel router of 1300 and 600 so it's not 1900AC at all, it's 1300AC.
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NETGEAR GS208-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch £14.99 (Prime) / £18.98 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Netgear Arlo Smart Home Add-on HD Security Camera VMC3030-100EUS £49.97 @ Amazon

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Yeah I'm afraid red lights do come on ..
Forgot... just wanted to ask is the IR illumination LED visible when activated ? Does it glow red drawing attention in an obscure location for theft ?
Aiadi
Cantona
If you have any questions about the system then fire away. The app etc is pretty slick and IMO works well. The range on the motion sensor could be a bit further and yeah if someones moving really quickly then it might not turn on in time to catch them properly, but thats true of basically all cameras like this. This system is one of the better ones I think.
The Canary system always buffers for the few seconds prior to the actual start of motion detection and so playback is always and every time starting a few seconds before the person actually appears on camera. Also the canary picks up a small fly passing by whereas the Arlo often missed recording my car moving into my drive.



Not really comparable products...

The Canary is different in that it's an indoor camera and permanently powered which allows it to continually record/buffer. That feature is just not practical in a place anywhere /move at will external camera.

If recoding the foxes and hedgehogs is the objective or an external camera just can't be easily powered then Arlo is a unique product. If you can run a wire for power or even better a network cable then that will offer more features and less running costs.

If anyone sees a lightning deal for this or the Pro version, please post. The 2 HD pack seems the best current value. I got my £50 camera today I believe some Netgear routers support the Arlo cameras directly.
maulikb_shah
Verbal.Kint
Great price but went for the 2 camera system instead as it was on lightning deal today.
Hi mate, how much you paid for 2 cameras on lightning deal ?

£214.99 which was slightly cheaper than the warehouse deal.

I then decided to take up this camera deal which came in cheaper than the 3 camera kit.

I have not noticed the prices movign to much since I got interested a year or so ago. Was once going to buy from amazon fr/de/it when the exchange rate was good, saving then was about £30 but missed the chance. Very happy at this deal.

If you've missed this and just need inside cameras the Blink system looks good.


Edited By: Verbal.Kint on Mar 11, 2017 13:50
Don't forget if you get a late delivery complain, you get a free month, I had 24 months with late deliveries
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netgear Arlo security system £49.97 @ Currys c&c only

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Currys / PCWorld have Arlo on clearance for collection only Arlo wireless camera are £49.97 Arlo Q cameras are currently £79.97 And a 2 camera starter system is only £119.97 Basically it's… Read More
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Same price at Amazon
Hmm wild goose chase perhaps I should have only let people know about the one camera that's available on the website with a stock checker that's in stock in tons of stores.

And then I should have kept the bonus items u can get once there to myself.

Thanks for your input I see why some people just don't bother posting anymore.

I just hope this helps someone get a deal
seanbennett30
Hmmm I guess it's cheaper elsewhere I wished someone would let me know where [edit_reasons] [i]Edited By: seanbennett30 on Mar 08, 2017 16:39: Where did it go

No, its because its a wild goose chase and everyone is sick of there being none in stock (not voted either way)
Hmmm I guess it's cheaper elsewhere I wished someone would let me know where

[edit_reasons]
[i]Edited By: seanbennett30 on Mar 08, 2017 16:39: Where did it go
Nope but for anyone wanting add ons it's great and Arlo q works independently and if your store has the starter setup like thetford it makes it very cheap
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3 cameras and base unit. Cracking deal. Have been tracking this for a while and is the lowest its ever been. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Arlo-Smart-Home-Wire-Free-VMS3330-100EUS/product/B00TDNYNN… Read More
3 cameras and base unit. Cracking deal. Have been tracking this for a while and is the lowest its ever been. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Arlo-Smart-Home-Wire-Free-VMS3330-100EUS/product/B00TDNYNN…
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£10 cheaper today.
Hi All,
Purchased this from Amazon. Setup was very easy and was up and running in 20 mins.
The app is slick but does have a delay on the live view.

Main point to note as pointed out by the others this is not a solution for 24/7 recording and mainly for motion detection based recording. I have listed out a a few pros and cons

Pros
Easy to setup
Wireless cameras with a strong magnet on the base can be placed anywhere easily.
Sleeves and mounts to place outside available.
Very clear picture
FREE 7 day recording to the cloud available with option to connect a USB drive as well.
Very discrete due to small size. Hardly notice them.
Reliable motion detection.

Cons
No 24/7 recording like a nest cam.
Delay in the live view stream.
Completely wireless means batteries need replacing and hence must be placed in a reasonable reachable position.

This is based on an initial review only and will update based on future feedback.
Took the plunge, awaiting the man now
Deaa
meggie_dude
Great price, Great system . ............. as long as you understand the limitations.
This is not an always-on system, Because the cameras are battery powered you do need to change these.
Or buy rechargeables. System uses 4xCR123A batteries which are expensive. Non-Rechargables can last up to 6 months. Rechargeables less so. I have a charger and a batch or rechargeables - which obviously adds to the cost.
On the flip side its is a piece of p*ss to install, 3 camera system took less than and hour, including mounting a camera on shed at the end of the garden. No running cables for video or power all over the house and outside. If you set this up with a schedule for when you need it active, then you can significantly cut battery use.
Similarly can ge setup with geofencing so it will auto arm when you leave a specified area.
Adding extra cameras is a doddle.
If you ever move house you just unscrew and take with you. Again another hour to setup wherever.
You get cloud access to a weeks worth of triggered recordings for up to 5 cameras.
At the end of the day some will hate it - but I love my system.
Here is Techmoans independent review - he is respected dashcam/actioncam/security-cam reviewer.:http://www.techmoan.com/blog/2016/8/26/netgear-arlo-wireless-battery-powered-camera-system.html
Serious question as I have been looking at these myself. Whats to stop me from covering my face and stealing the one of your shed at the end of the garden?

You can also buy skins for these so they blend in with the background.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Arlo-Smart-Home-UV-Resistant-VMA1200-10000S/dp/B016D0NYRG/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1489001404&sr=8-12&keywords=Arlo+skins
silviuccia
Can anyone explain to me the differences between Arlo and Arlo pro? Many thanks :)

The word Pro ;)
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NETGEAR GS108E 8 port metal gigabit MANAGED switch - £24.99 @ amazon

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Netgear Gigabit 8 port managed switch,all metal case. Small, silent and low power consumption - no fans. Unlike other cheap switches, this one is managed ! This means you can setup VLANs, monit… Read More
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cold - Looks like 16 port to me oO
https://68.media.tumblr.com/feaa39633d6853abd7ab92d503f0fbb3/tumblr_inline_ohru3lwvFh1utrd2q_500.jpg
cold - Looks like 16 port to me oO
shinds
Noise? Power Consumption?
Bought a used netgear... GS724T or something like that. Passive cooling so it's quiet, claims to have Green credentials which I believe given the ports report a draw of 5.2W combined (not all in use)

This is admittedly after picking up a used managed switch where the fans had failed without me noticing, that one blew up one day after giving me weird errors, outside the eBay return period of course.
Not voting hot as the price has remained £25 for at least 6 months as I bought 2 in that time.

Also no point in the average user buying a managed switch, may as well get the tplink for less if you need earthed sockets or the normal unmanaged netgear for under £15 when it is on offer (not checked the current price)

The only plus side for the average user is the lifetime warranty.

Edited By: GoNz017 on Feb 21, 2017 19:40
Nice little device, which camelcamelcamel shows to be near its lowest for price. Thank you for sharing this :)
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PCWorld. Netgear GS108 8 port gigabit hub £27.97

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Not really bothered mate, can't be bothered debating it, I simply needed it today from a shop. If there's no shop on the High Street I wouldn't have been able to get it. Amazon have been accused of paying too little tax.
Dont get me wrong, its a good deal.
I use PC world, argos or any local places if the price is right or I need it quickly.

Its a decent deal on its own merits without mentioning tax. ;)
bearcat
SUMMONER
Am I missing something? I usually pay ~ £15 delivered for a 8 port Gigabit switch in a metal enclosure (Netgear, Trendnet, D-Link).

These prices must be a post Brexit thing. :(


Are there any current deals at the price you quote? If so, could you post them?


This was my point, if you wanted a GS108 I can't find it any cheaper so even though its voted cold its still the best price. If people want to buy an alternate brand they can, it's a bit like posting a deal for a Ford Focus and others saying the Vauxhall or a Skoda is cheaper. There are cheaper switches but people have varying opinions if they are are better or worse than the Netgear item.
Not really bothered mate, can't be bothered debating it, I simply needed it today from a shop. If there's no shop on the High Street I wouldn't have been able to get it. Amazon have been accused of paying too little tax.
BlackCloud
Depends on brand, some people prefer Netgear over other brands, some prefer the metal casing etc. Don't think you will find the GS108 any cheaper. In the past this item typically gets hot at more expensive prices! Appreciate some people are PCW haters, but I'd sooner give my money to a High Street shop and keep people in jobs than a tax avoiding warehouse.
Think your logic is a bit flawed.

Do you think DSG have never been accused of tax avoidance?

What about the 16000 people employed by Amazon in the UK? Do those jobs not count as highly as one on the "high street"?



Edited By: callum84 on Feb 11, 2017 13:57
SUMMONER
Am I missing something? I usually pay ~ £15 delivered for a 8 port Gigabit switch in a metal enclosure (Netgear, Trendnet, D-Link).

These prices must be a post Brexit thing. :(


Are there any current deals at the price you quote? If so, could you post them?
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NETGEAR D6400-100UKS AC1600 Dual Band 300 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router £89.99 from Amazon (free delivery)

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why is this getting colder? Is the router rubbish or what? I can't find any cheaper price and people talking about D7000 model is better in terms of feature - but its £50 more expensive. Its like saying better off getting a bentley instead a ford escort (not that I am mocking ford as I had one or two in my time!)
browneyone
bought one last year from pc world for 64 quid


Me too can't fault it at all
I have this router and find the performance spot on. If your in the market and this fits the budget I'd recommend this. It also alows you to remove the need for your open reach box - you'll need to find your ISPS fibre condition details, which should be easy to find.
For those in the market on BT and similar and that use BT TV (or similar) you need to make sure your router supports IP TV.

I know my D7000 does but I'm not sure about this model or TP-Links etc
I have the bigger brother (D7000) and it's great with more features than I would ever want / need and the wireless range and strength is fantastic.

I believe this model has almost all the features however, if you are buying it to improve your signal strength from the likes of your BT hub etc, according to what I read when researching it gives similar results to that of the BT Hubs etc.

Might be worth keeping in mind - for me excellent wireless performance was the more important factor (and it didn't disappoint).
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NETGEAR GS208-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch - £14.99 (Prime) £18.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Maybe cause the metal tplink one on amazon is cheaper?
y cold?
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NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps twin pack - £49.99 @ Amazon

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Amazon have the excellent NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps powerline homeplug ethernet adapters on sale at £49.99. They retail at £79.99 (according to Amazon) but are £89.99 at Maplin. These are an… Read More
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Lol. It was posted 3 weeks ago.
Expired, now £64.99.

Regards
Flea
ST3123
This price is just the everyday price Amazon normally charge IMHO


Well whether it's your opinion doesn't matter in this case, because this is NOT the normal price Amazon charges. I had been after a second set for long enough and couldn't find them anywhere near this price, including Amazon.

ST3123
ignore the RRP they are always extremely optimistic and rarely the price these things actually sell at.....

Try telling that to everywhere else selling these for over sixty quid.
mickrick
So they were £31 for an hour (or less, depending on stock levels) in December, and that makes this a bad deal. I'll have to nip in to my local independent electronics shop and ask them to sell me a Sony 40" 4k TV for £99 because they had one for sale at that price on the opening day of their post Christmas sale, so that's all they're worth now.
Do you detect a hint of sarcasm?

Don't know why people get so angry about people voting cold (or just not voting hot), there are two buttons for a reason you know! Just mentioned the price they were for comparison so people could view this price in light of the lowest they have been (that I am aware of, they might have been lower still at some point). I never said £50 was a terrible price for these, it's OK if you absolutely have to have them this second but for anyone that can wait that is what I would advise.

For me a 'hot deal' is something special you don't see every day. This price is just the everyday price Amazon normally charge IMHO, ignore the RRP they are always extremely optimistic and rarely the price these things actually sell at.....

Edited By: ST3123 on Jan 26, 2017 08:27
ST3123
Sorry but I can't vote this hot. No problem with the device itself, I use them, but mine were only £31 in a December lightening deal. I know a bunch of people will use the worn time machine phrase but I still can't bring myself to call these, at £20 more than I paid, a great deal....
Good grief...
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Netgear DM200 VDSL/ADSL Modem, £29.99 @ Amazon

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FlyerUK
Ajibee
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Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the point of a gigabit lan point?
I've already given my thoughts on that above. I'd make more of an effort to explain further if it wasn't that a) you're trying to be smart (the above thoughts notwithstanding); b) you've answered your own question by specifying 'currently'; c) since joining HUKD in 2015 you've shared no deals.
Not trying to be "smart", just asking a question. What does the fact that I haven't posted any deals got to with anything? Didn't realise it was a pre-requisite of passing comments.
It's a bit rich asking me/others something that has already been explained (including by yourself in how you asked it), particularly when you've made little effort to contribute yourself. HTH.
If you plan to stream hd games / large files within the home, you might want a gigabit router...
FlyerUK
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the point of a gigabit lan point?
The speed of transfers on your LAN is determined by the lowest speed device. So if the router was only 100 Mb/s and everything else was gigabit, you'd be limited to the lower figure. As far as the WAN speed is concerned, it's irrelevant.
FlyerUK
Ajibee
FlyerUK
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the point of a gigabit lan point?
I've already given my thoughts on that above. I'd make more of an effort to explain further if it wasn't that a) you're trying to be smart (the above thoughts notwithstanding); b) you've answered your own question by specifying 'currently'; c) since joining HUKD in 2015 you've shared no deals.
Not trying to be "smart", just asking a question. What does the fact that I haven't posted any deals got to with anything? Didn't realise it was a pre-requisite of passing comments.
It's a bit rich asking me/others something that has already been explained (including by yourself in how you asked it), particularly when you've made little effort to contribute yourself. HTH.
Ajibee
FlyerUK
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the point of a gigabit lan point?
I've already given my thoughts on that above. I'd make more of an effort to explain further if it wasn't that a) you're trying to be smart (the above thoughts notwithstanding); b) you've answered your own question by specifying 'currently'; c) since joining HUKD in 2015 you've shared no deals.


Not trying to be "smart", just asking a question. What does the fact that I haven't posted any deals got to with anything? Didn't realise it was a pre-requisite of passing comments.
Still a deal as I've not seen any other cheaper modems and certainly not with gigabit LAN.
If Openreach Did roll out a faster profile and you were close enough to the cab to benefit then yes this might become a bottleneck in the future.
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NETGEAR 11AC 1200 Mbps Dual Band Gigabit 802.11ac (300 Mbps + 900 Mbps) Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas (Wi-Fi Booster) (EX6150-100UKS) at Amazon for £39.99

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Extends 2.4 and 5 GHz Wi-Fi signals from existing Wi-Fi routers for accurate range Simultaneous dual band Wi-Fi to extend your speed up to 1200 Mbps and reduce interference External antennas… Read More
Extends 2.4 and 5 GHz Wi-Fi signals from existing Wi-Fi routers for accurate range Simultaneous dual band Wi-Fi to extend your speed up to 1200 Mbps and reduce interference External antennas…
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I have one of these. Better range than many others. But big and ugly. It also draws about 2W even when idle whereas others seem to use neglible power when idle. I found the 'FastLane' feature gave poorer performance than just using 5Ghz. Main thing is it does good job as extender.
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Netgear Arlo HD Wireless Battery Powered Camera - £69.97 Amazon (Lowest ever price, with code)

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I've used the Arlo CCTV system for over a year now and can recommend them for no hassle home CCTV system. Key benefits: -Battery operated, no cables to run. They can last 3-6 months. -WIFI, no ne… Read More
I've used the Arlo CCTV system for over a year now and can recommend them for no hassle home CCTV system. Key benefits: -Battery operated, no cables to run. They can last 3-6 months. -WIFI, no ne…
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I have a couple of these and considering getting a third. Great cameras and the app/web app works well. The major drawback is that they chew through batteries if you are doing lots of recording. Each camera uses four CR123 batteries such as these https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000KVZRK2/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 . I would be delighted to hear if anyone has found any cost-effective rechargables.
The Arlo has appeared in the US in a rechargeable version, there are Amazon reviews on that. In the UK Netgear are probably dumping all old stock before introducing the new version https://www.arlo.com/en-us/products/arlo-pro/
Noob here and just got broken in to on Friday, we are expecting our first child soon so looking to beef up the home security, would you recommend this as a home security monitoring system? Aside from something like this looking to get a ring.com door bell and also a house alarm
Where are you have deliberately traversed to a deal I posted to make a comment that has nothing to do with the deal. Bravo!
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Excellent cameras, thanks OP!
Agreed they do seem to be excellent. Interested how to get more functionality through IFTTT and what the USB Port on the rear of the Base Station is mean't to be for too.

Mine turn on smart bulbs in the hall and flash my living room lights if motion detected.

Can also log detections to a spreadsheet on Drive et al, lots of different things.
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Netgear Arlo Camera - Currys £79.97 (C&C only)

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Arlo security camera. Cheapest I have seen these cameras. Completely wireless, it can be placed anywhere within your network. The supplied magnetic mounts are ideal for placing around the home… Read More
Arlo security camera. Cheapest I have seen these cameras. Completely wireless, it can be placed anywhere within your network. The supplied magnetic mounts are ideal for placing around the home…
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Forgot I'd had a Love2Shop voucher from work for Christmas. Saved me an extra £20 off also, thanks OP!!
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Arlo Pro is out (hence currys cutting the price of these) although its still over priced and only 720p...
Better value for money would be to get yourself a Pi 3, Pi Camera (or USB webcam), a 16-32GB SD card and load up MotionEyeOS.
All you need is a mains socket and a wifi network and your yourself an surveillance system for <£100
Interesting. Are there any guides around that go through how to do this?

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Arlo Pro is out (hence currys cutting the price of these) although its still over priced and only 720p...
Better value for money would be to get yourself a Pi 3, Pi Camera (or USB webcam), a 16-32GB SD card and load up MotionEyeOS.
All you need is a mains socket and a wifi network and your yourself an surveillance system for <£100
Interesting. Are there any guides around that go through how to do this?
great item an set up is easy , image quality fine along with night vision , due to no wires you can put them in obscure places people dont expect
the app also stores images for free whereas other companies charge
-- one negative -- burns through batteries which are not the cheap versions
Good price, good product. Have two, one at the rear and one at the front. Movement activation works well too.