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PCWorld. Netgear GS108 8 port gigabit hub £27.97

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Think this price has changed overnight as I'm sure it was advertised yesterday as £5 off at £29.97 Clearance price. Anyway needed one in a hurry today and went down to get it at Leicester store and i…
Think this price has changed overnight as I'm sure it was advertised yesterday as £5 off at £29.97 Clearance price. Anyway needed one in a hurry today and went down to get it at Leicester store and i…
BlackCloud Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago9 Comments
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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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Have been thinking about TP-link AC1900 which had gone down to £109 but is now back up to £134 on Amazon but then noticed this Netgear has dropped in price. The description says USB 3.0 ports but see…
Have been thinking about TP-link AC1900 which had gone down to £109 but is now back up to £134 on Amazon but then noticed this Netgear has dropped in price. The description says USB 3.0 ports but see…
symac Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago6 Comments
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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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NETGEAR GS208-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch.
NETGEAR GS208-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch.
minty_ Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago2 Comments
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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…
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…
mickrick Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago9 Comments
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Lol. It was posted 3 weeks ago.
Expired, now £64.99.

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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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I needed a basic VDSL2 modem that can be used to bridge the connection to my pfSense box and this is currently lowest price I could find anywhere, Compatible with VDSL, VDSL2, ADSL, ADSL2 and ADSL2+.
I needed a basic VDSL2 modem that can be used to bridge the connection to my pfSense box and this is currently lowest price I could find anywhere, Compatible with VDSL, VDSL2, ADSL, ADSL2 and ADSL2+.
OllyA95 Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago19 Comments
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FlyerUK
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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.
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…
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…
yoyelp Avatar4w, 2d agoFound 4 weeks, 2 days ago1 Comment
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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…
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…
The_Hoff Avatar1m, 13h agoFound 1 month, 13 hours ago28 Comments
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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!
daviescr
monkeydribble
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.
monkeydribble
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.

Edited By: daviescr on Jan 21, 2017 12:14
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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…
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…
Pweda Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago19 Comments
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jai47
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?

https://www.squirrelhosting.co.uk/hosting-blog/hosting-blog-info.php?id=94
jai47
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.
Good find op. ordered :)
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NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 (800 + 1733 Mbps) Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Smart Wireless 11AC Gaming Router £139.99 @ Amazon

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This looks to be the cheapest it has ever been by £10 - I've been watching this for months and months and finally biting at this price as it looks like a great deal.
This looks to be the cheapest it has ever been by £10 - I've been watching this for months and months and finally biting at this price as it looks like a great deal.
grantblackshire1 Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago58 Comments
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Would this badboy be suitable for 200mb Virginia fibre?
You have to set virgin router to modem mode and plug nighthawk into it for your WIFI and ETHERNET..
No other way I'm afraid. Still great piece of kit.
Would this badboy be suitable for 200mb Virginia fibre?
charlie12
VimesUK
I would be tempted myself at the price it is if I could be guaranteed that there would be a noticeable improvement of the 1.7Ghz dual core being able to handle my VPN connection at full speed rather than being saturated like my 1Ghz dual core is of the R7000.

I have not tried it myself, but Voxel's firmware for the R7800 could work for you. It focuses on speed and CPU optimization for significantly faster OpenSSL/OpenVPN performance.

Sadly this deal has expired but I'm sure it'll show up again - set up a Camelcamelcamel alert.

http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/threads/custom-firmware-build-for-r7800.36859/


​Thanks for that but I have decided to get my head around a pfsense built up box. For not much more than a good consumer router I can build one with much much more processing power than any router you can buy. It would be more configurable and very suitable for a VPN connection.
VimesUK
I would be tempted myself at the price it is if I could be guaranteed that there would be a noticeable improvement of the 1.7Ghz dual core being able to handle my VPN connection at full speed rather than being saturated like my 1Ghz dual core is of the R7000.

I have not tried it myself, but Voxel's firmware for the R7800 could work for you. It focuses on speed and CPU optimization for significantly faster OpenSSL/OpenVPN performance.

Sadly this deal has expired but I'm sure it'll show up again - set up a Camelcamelcamel alert.

http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/threads/custom-firmware-build-for-r7800.36859/
Marvellous! I was just about to press pay and it shot up to £199
Whoops I did the same. Still at £139 or £129 with code Enjoy £10 off any qualifying order of £50 or more with promo code BIGTHANKS (also works on Warehouse deal)

Edited By: nougat on Jan 20, 2017 13:13
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NETGEAR R6220-100UKS Wi-Fi Gigabit Router - £44.08 @ Gearbest

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Well-reviewed Netgear 802.11ac router on flash sale at Gearbest. All ports are gigabit speed. Change to 'priority shipping' to have a chance of receiving it sooner. Brand: NETGEAR Model: R6220…
Well-reviewed Netgear 802.11ac router on flash sale at Gearbest. All ports are gigabit speed. Change to 'priority shipping' to have a chance of receiving it sooner. Brand: NETGEAR Model: R6220…
fiznool Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago1 Comment
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Why isn't this hotter?
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NETGEAR EX2700 Mini 300 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas (Wi-Fi booster) £14.99 Prime or £18.98 non prime @ Amazon

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NETGEAR EX2700 Fast 300 Mbps Extender.
NETGEAR EX2700 Fast 300 Mbps Extender.
totalfinder Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago12 Comments
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The wifi in my house isn't slow but the coverage isn't good, this solved that and I get the same speeds on both 2.4/5Ghz extended networks as I do from my router.

vickyindelhi
I have 2 of these at home and can't get it work as both of them have the same name and reuse to extend

Are you configuring these using the WPS button alone? If you configure the first one using the WPS button, you should be able to reconfigure it from its web page. I logged into my router to see what IP address the extender was assigned, you then browse to that IP address, e.g. http://192.168.1.1

Once there you should be able to rename the extended wireless networks. That way when you connect the second extender there isn't a conflict.

Edited By: CHAOSEN3 on Jan 09, 2017 23:21
I have 2 of these at home and can't get it work as both of them have the same name and reuse to extend
TheBiker
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​According to hukd rules that needs to be mentioned in the description.
Seeing as you know so much why did you ask the obvious?




​I didn't know if it was free delivery that's why I asked. It wouldn't be obvious to everyone.
omarmahmood

​According to hukd rules that needs to be mentioned in the description.
Seeing as you know so much why did you ask the obvious?



Edited By: TheBiker on Jan 09, 2017 19:34
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omarmahmood
Does the £18.98 non prime include delivery?
NO, its £20 to qualify for free delivery.


​According to hukd rules that needs to be mentioned in the description.
Being sold on ebay for £17.98 free shipping from various sellers with 100% feedback and over 20,000 reviews.

Edited By: omarmahmood on Jan 09, 2017 19:11: .
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Netgear GS105E Gigabit managed switch £18.99 prime / £23.74 non prime @ Amazon

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This is a managed switch by a top brand name with a lifetime warranty. This isn't a cheap unmanaged hub with a 2 year warranty. Remember this when you're voting!
This is a managed switch by a top brand name with a lifetime warranty. This isn't a cheap unmanaged hub with a 2 year warranty. Remember this when you're voting!
richard_ha Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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This switch can do port-mirroring for anyone who wants to do any network monitoring or setup Security Onion.
i got the 8 port version and its worth it. its a steal for a managed port
in$anity
What could I do with this? I say this as someone who is tech savvy but hasn't messed around much with networking. Cheers.
If it's managed (and supports it) then link aggregated networks where you combine ethernet ports into one super fast one.
paid 15 quid for an unmanaged one not so long back. for 4 quid more for a managed switch this is hot!
now to get my other family members beg for more bandwidth....mwahahaha
​Share internet with the neighbours using vlans and QoS. Throttle the children's internet so you can watch 4k pron with no buffering.
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Netgear ReadyNAS 104 4-Bay NAS £149.99 @ Box.co.uk

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Netgear NAS, 4-bays, diskless @Box.co.uk
Netgear NAS, 4-bays, diskless @Box.co.uk
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Box.co.uk have been reducing these steadily. Yesterday (when still at £159.99) I swithered between this and a Synology DS416play at twice the price. I have a Netgear ReadyNAS102 with a couple of WD 1TB Red drives in RAID1, so know this generation of Netgear NAS, and their OS, quite well.

In the end, I paid more than twice the money for the Synology. Why? The technology in the ReadyNAS104 is 4 years old. It's 512MB of Ram, and 32bit processor, will perform basic NAS functions, but technology has moved on.

If all you need is basic storage and access, and you aren't afraid to do manual firmware upgrades (don't trust it to the automatic updater - that's a good way to make a brick), then this will suit. It is very substantially built, and a lot more solid than the Synology DS series, but Synology has the edge. The 416play has a 64bit Intel processor, a NAS environment that is the envy of just about every other vendor.

You makes your choice and pays your money. I'm giving this heat, because it is a good NAS for the price. But many users would be better spending more.
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NETGEAR PL1000 Powerline Adapter Kit - Twin Pack, £24.98 @ Currys

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Thanks to 4me2save for the code: "Use code NETWORKING10 to get a further 10% off making this £22.48" Seems like a decent price for 2 1000 Mbps units. I think there have been similar and better d…
Thanks to 4me2save for the code: "Use code NETWORKING10 to get a further 10% off making this £22.48" Seems like a decent price for 2 1000 Mbps units. I think there have been similar and better d…
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what is the best way to extent my WiFi signal in a standard 3 bed house. WiFi in the front room downstairs along with dinning room to back, upstairs 2 main bedroom front and back above these 2 downstairs rooms.

I want a better signal in the upstairs rooms after purchasing small smart TVs.... I have connected the TV in my daughter back bedroom but Amazon stick works perfectly 50% of the time but is longest distance from front room, main bedroom has an Amazon box and again connection is 70% of the time.

Do you think I just need some kind of WIFI extender.
buba2006
does it come with ether net cables for each socket?

Yes 2
does it come with ether net cables for each socket?
These are decent. You'll never see 1000Mbps though, just like any other Powerline adapters.
Joey Bloggsy
hukdplan
My refund from Currys/PC World has just come through ... I posted this on another thread about these ...
I've been testing these and returned them to PC World. Running a ping tester over 3 days, over my mains wiring, gave about 99.6% success with around 30 seconds total loss of connectivity - not bad but not ideal. Swapped them for some "TP-Link TL-PA8010P KIT AV1200 Gigabit Pass Through Powerline Adapter Starter Kits" - ran same test, zero connectivity issues - 100% ping success - absolutely perfect performance.
My high def TV streams now run perfectly, before they used to break-up and crash after a while.
Could be down to a better chipset, could be the Netgear stuff is just not that great - either way TP-Link works literally perfectly and was worth paying a bit extra for.
Thx just bought the starter kit

The TP-Links definitely perform better(in my case, perfect, 100% -zero errors). I went from 600Mb Zyxel adapters, to the 1Gb Netgears, to the 1.2Gb TP-Link - so it may be simply a case of upgrading to more and more capable/modern powerline chipsets produces a more reliable connection.

My advice is run a ping tester over a few days e.g.EMCO Ping Monitor and see what performance you get(helpful if you can compare them with previous powerline adaptors on your network).

If you don't get perfect performance from TP-Link you could try going for more expensive, higher speed, powerline gear and see if reliability improves - Amazon is the obvious retailer to use because of their easy product returns.


Edited By: hukdplan on Dec 29, 2016 23:56
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NETGEAR EX2700 Mini 300 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender £14.99 prime / £18.98 non prime @ Amazon

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Ideal for extending your Wi-Fi range and putting the kids Christmas gaming console further away! It has one wired LAN port, so you can connect wired and wireless devices to this extender. Ideal for…
Ideal for extending your Wi-Fi range and putting the kids Christmas gaming console further away! It has one wired LAN port, so you can connect wired and wireless devices to this extender. Ideal for…
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This has been the price for over a month now on Amazon.Good if only 2.4GHz else for dual band the EX3700 is ideal.
Got this at this price a couple of days before Christmas
, i needed my wifi extended about 3 metres further for a gym at the end of the garden, this does what i need it to do, if you can reposition your router then that may work for your needs, if like me you had nowhere else to put the router then this should do the job.
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00NIUHAG6/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
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NETGEAR PL1000-100UKS PL1000 Powerline 1000 Mbps 1 Gigabit Ethernet Port Adapter £24.99 @ Amazon

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Back on sale again.
Back on sale again.
ShroomHeadToad Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago36 Comments
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Thanks to OP for posting. Good price, heat added & ordered :)
dougrobbins78
ShroomHeadToad
Depending on the distance to the bedroom you can ask the engineer to install an extension socket solely for connecting the router modem, the wiring goes via the master socket to upstairs.
Really good to know. Do you know if I can request this with the engineer on the day or do I have to call them up prior to installation?
Sorry to have hijacked the thread. Normal service about the netgear deal resumes after this bit :D
You ask the engineer on the day, should be free of charge as the socket extension is for the fibre broadband router only.
ShroomHeadToad
Depending on the distance to the bedroom you can ask the engineer to install an extension socket solely for connecting the router modem, the wiring goes via the master socket to upstairs.

Really good to know. Do you know if I can request this with the engineer on the day or do I have to call them up prior to installation?

Sorry to have hijacked the thread. Normal service about the netgear deal resumes after this bit :D
BigYoSpeck
dougrobbins78
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dougrobbins78
Hi guys. I'm having BT fibre installed in a couple of weeks.
Apparently the BT home hub (which I assume is some sort of router) has to go by the master socket which is downstairs by the front door
Could I use a powerline adapter to have the home hub router upstairs in my bedroom?
Or does the router still stay down stairs and I use the powerline adapter to bring a wired internet connection to my bedroom?
Is the first option even possible? Thanks in advance
The home hub router has to be connected to the BT fibre data cable so it will have to live where the engineer installs it. You can run an ethernet cable from the router to one of these powerline adapters, then put the other powerline adapter in the other location in the house you want to have network access.
There's nothing to stop you have a network switch connected to the second powerline adapter though. And if you want to extend wifi access then you can also have a wireless access point connected to that.
Amazing thank you both for your replies.
I'll try shroomheadtoad's suggestion first as that would be the ideal scenario. However I'm doubtful as my bedroom is one floor up
Failing that, it's good to know these adapters can provide an Ethernet connection to my room
I don't care how good BT purport their home hub to be; I hate wireless router signals
Last question then as the folk in this deal seem to know their stuff technically; should I go for this 1000 Mbps deal, £20 600mbps from other HUKD deal or the BT powerline 600mbps?
I'll only be getting 52mb.
Thanks again for your advice Gang. Much appreciated
You might only be getting 52mb now, but chances are in the future that speed will increase. The thing to remember about these powerline adapters is they never give you their rated speed. A 1 gigbit adapter may only give you somewhere in the region of 100mbit actual connection speed if there's a fair distance between the 2 adapters, so I'd always go for the fastest rated.
Plus those other two even though they're '600mbit' probably only have a 100mbit ethernet port on them so even if they are connecting at a fast rate, the port will wind up being a bottleneck. Not a problem now with a 52mbit internet connection but like I said in the future if that bandwidth increases your stuck with a slow connection.
Thanks I've ordered this. Great price and heat added

I guess I don't need a passthrough as I don't mind having an extension lead to plug the devices into

Thanks for taking the time to reply. All the best and Happy new year
dougrobbins78
BigYoSpeck
dougrobbins78
Hi guys. I'm having BT fibre installed in a couple of weeks.
Apparently the BT home hub (which I assume is some sort of router) has to go by the master socket which is downstairs by the front door
Could I use a powerline adapter to have the home hub router upstairs in my bedroom?
Or does the router still stay down stairs and I use the powerline adapter to bring a wired internet connection to my bedroom?
Is the first option even possible? Thanks in advance
The home hub router has to be connected to the BT fibre data cable so it will have to live where the engineer installs it. You can run an ethernet cable from the router to one of these powerline adapters, then put the other powerline adapter in the other location in the house you want to have network access.
There's nothing to stop you have a network switch connected to the second powerline adapter though. And if you want to extend wifi access then you can also have a wireless access point connected to that.
Amazing thank you both for your replies.
I'll try shroomheadtoad's suggestion first as that would be the ideal scenario. However I'm doubtful as my bedroom is one floor up
Failing that, it's good to know these adapters can provide an Ethernet connection to my room
I don't care how good BT purport their home hub to be; I hate wireless router signals
Last question then as the folk in this deal seem to know their stuff technically; should I go for this 1000 Mbps deal, £20 600mbps from other HUKD deal or the BT powerline 600mbps?
I'll only be getting 52mb.
Thanks again for your advice Gang. Much appreciated

You might only be getting 52mb now, but chances are in the future that speed will increase. The thing to remember about these powerline adapters is they never give you their rated speed. A 1 gigbit adapter may only give you somewhere in the region of 100mbit actual connection speed if there's a fair distance between the 2 adapters, so I'd always go for the fastest rated.

Plus those other two even though they're '600mbit' probably only have a 100mbit ethernet port on them so even if they are connecting at a fast rate, the port will wind up being a bottleneck. Not a problem now with a 52mbit internet connection but like I said in the future if that bandwidth increases your stuck with a slow connection.
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Netgear R6400 AC1750 802.11ac WiFi Router £64.99 @ Amazon lowest its been.

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now i need one it goes full price...:(
Improved over/with my virgin hub 3.0 from 19mbps to 35-40 all over my 3 bedroom house.
Mine arrived a few moments ago, top service from amazon, wasn't supposed to arrive until tomorrow.
Ordered, thanks! This will replace my C7. Hopefully Beamforming will improve AC performance at range
jaydeeuk1
Excellent timing. Xbox one streaming is crap on my bt hub, this should sort things out!

I am hoping for the same thing over my crappy Virgin Superhub2. File sharing is a nice bonus too.
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NETGEAR EX3800-100UKS AC750 Mbps 11AC Dual Band Wi-Fi (300 Mbps + 450 Mbps) Range Extender with Extra Power Outlet (Wi-Fi Booster) was £54.99 now £24.99 @ Amazon

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OOS, but I managed to order a used one for £23 using Prime. Thanks for posting OP, heat added :)
still going strong
Hmm I was about to buy one of these wifi extenders but just bought another router instead. It's about half the price but only 450mbps. I'm not exactly hot on my networking tech so I'll have to double check that I've made the right decision.
Never used or needed a WiFi extender/booster. I have a variety of wireless networks set up on my router... would I need to duplicate the security settings etc on this device or does it rely on the router for that?
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Hi, Vassy - is it suitable for bt openzone?
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Netgear A6210 USB network adapter £19.99 @ Amazon

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Been watching for this to drop in price and now it has for those interested in adding wireless to a desktop or upgrading the connectivity of an older laptop. Upgrade your legacy PC to better range
Been watching for this to drop in price and now it has for those interested in adding wireless to a desktop or upgrading the connectivity of an older laptop. Upgrade your legacy PC to better range
iwanthisdeal Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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A giff gaff sim for instance is £0.01
For those who do not have prime, this tool is handy to get over the £20 threshold Super saver delivery tool
I found this device caused problems for my USB 2.0 wireless mouse receiver. After changing the Netgear A6210 adaptor to USB 2.0 mode, my wireless mouse was working. All the USB ports on my computer are USB 3.0
Wireless adapters are notorious for getting bad reviews from people who blame them for bad wifi caused by the router, ISP or slow computer. Also on this amazon product you have reviews for 6 different products under 1 rating. I have this adapter and it does the job fine - I needed one with a fat antenna and extension cable because the edimax one I had wasn't getting a strong enough signal.
plath
did a google search and there's lots of negative reviews about this product. and netgear has been having a lot of bad press in general anyway. would rather have a tp-link or asus product.
I always take reviews with a pinch of salt. Often people don't know how to use a product and give a review without understanding how it functions. At the end of the day if it doesn't work as described your entitled to a refund. Amazon have great customer service so I will be trying it out.
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Netgear 24-Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Rackmount Switch £59.99 @ Amazon

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Yes
Would this be suitable for a small B&B? Renovating and putting Cat5 throughout.
Anyone got a time machine I can borrow? Just went to order and it £79 :(
shamhaque
adrianjowitt
Just wondering why the average person would need one ?? (and yes I work in IT lol)
I'm with you on this one

For hd contents and gaming and to avoid wifi blackspots
adrianjowitt
Just wondering why the average person would need one ?? (and yes I work in IT lol)


I'm with you on this one
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NETGEAR PL1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug twin pack at Amazon £39.99

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Great price for 1.2 Gbps HomePlug connectors if you only need 1 Ethernet port and don't need pass-through sockets.
Great price for 1.2 Gbps HomePlug connectors if you only need 1 Ethernet port and don't need pass-through sockets.
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The passthroughs were cheaper recently but this is also a good price :)
Nice one fella. Great price. Just bought these :-) :):D;)
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Netgear Nighthawk R7000 AC1900 115.19 euro / £96.67 at Amazon.de

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Lahn Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago29 Comments
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The built in modem version is the D7000 which is a good piece of kit.
For those wanting to replace their Sky hub with this. You will need to get your user name and password from the router. Is a couple of years since I had sky broadband but they don't give out that info. You can Google how's to get the software that will help you. If you don't have your broadband username and password you can't use this router with your sky hub. I did with my r7500 and the WiFi was massively improved. For BT customers it may be best to look elsewhere as BT TV is only possible with certain routers and certainty my r7500 was not one of these. Someone on here might know the exact requirements... Multi something or other is required.
FlexR
cjdshaw
You can put your Superhub into "Modem mode" which disables most of its features and the Netgear will take over DHCP, port forwarding etc.
I see, an would this one be the best to get? My budget is £150 an can this go on the wall? As it looks like it'd take a lot of space sitting on a desk the vm I already taking up a massive part purely cause cables aren't long enough an are stiff so can't flex well an pushes it out.
It's definitely one of the best, especially for the price (£100-120), and according to this review it's wall mountable indeed :)
cjdshaw
You can put your Superhub into "Modem mode" which disables most of its features and the Netgear will take over DHCP, port forwarding etc.


I see, an would this one be the best to get? My budget is £150 an can this go on the wall? As it looks like it'd take a lot of space sitting on a desk the vm I already taking up a massive part purely cause cables aren't long enough an are stiff so can't flex well an pushes it out.
cjdshaw
You can put your Superhub into "Modem mode" which disables most of its features and the Netgear will take over DHCP, port forwarding etc.


I see, an would this one be the best to get? My budget is £150 an can this go on the wall? As it looks like it'd take a lot of space sitting on a desk the vm I already taking up a massive part purely cause cables aren't long enough an are stiff so can't flex well an pushes it out.
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Cheap for 1.2Gbps adapters. £54.99 +£3.95 shipping @ Argos
Cheap for 1.2Gbps adapters. £54.99 +£3.95 shipping @ Argos
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Can anyone confirm if these are compatible with the older av200 style powerline adapters?

E.g. if i install one of these by the router, will the old adapter see the signal from it? Or would i have to have both the netgear and the av200 transmitters connected?

I know if it works at all it will limit to the slowest speed but i only have the av200 receiver on during the night as its in the bedroom so if the set up i described worked i could still benefit from the higher speed during the day when the av200 isn't on.

Hope all that makes sense. Just hope these do play nice with other adapters....
ST3123
Stevie Badman
cold - single port
Two ports would have been better though it seems a lot are single port until you get very pricey. I've tentatively ordered, am thinking of using one of these to create a second access point upstairs with a cheap router as the wifi is very hit and miss upstairs, despite it being a pretty small house.
Has anyone tried doing this with a powerline adapter? there any reason that wouldn't work?
just make sure your upstairs and downstairs electric lines are on the same loop. Many are not and therefore you wont be able to route a link upstairs without resorting to cabling or wireless solutions
Damn just missed them :-(
These are known to drop signal, from experience I would save my money.
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NETGEAR D7800-100UKS Nighthawk AC2600 Dual Band 11 AC (MU-MIMO Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections - £189.99 @ Amazon

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Features With built-in modem, just plug-in the router to the phone line and get fast internet connection with easy installationGigabit Wi-Fi speeds with support for additional interference-free (DF…
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I don't understand why routers are so expensive. Surely the technology inside them isn't that more complex than a tablet. I guess it's the supply and demand thing. I would really like a decent router but couldn't justify £200. Looks like a great bit of kit though.


​This one is cheaper http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/linksys-wrt1900acs-dual-band-ac1900-gigabit-smart-wi-fi-router-129-99-amazon-2568179
Gentle_Giant
Sorry, nearly £200 for a router is stupid, and if you are a serious gamer, you want ethernet to minimise pings.

This doesnt do anything practical that my £65 TPLink cant do just as well.

The only report of its VDSL performance I have found said it was slower than the BT HH5 it was supposed to replace.


​Maybe you'd prefer this one? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/linksys-wrt1900acs-dual-band-ac1900-gigabit-smart-wi-fi-router-129-99-amazon-2568179
orangeman
how the fcuk did this get over 150 heat?!


​By clicking the plus sign at the top :)
yannarascala
Gentle_Giant
[quote=Sambat][quote=Gentle_Giant] Another (cheap) TPL I picked up to use during a 6 month stay in China, was given to some friends, and also nearly doubled their line speed over an old BT HH2 (120Kbps to around 200Kbps).
Aah, the days of dial-up internet :D

No, we are talking these are the best speeds they can currently get - stuck in a dead patch between 3 VDSL enabled areas and no hope of getting anything faster without going to a mobile set up (which I have suggested)
actually if you are after an all in one solution and want to run VPN server at the router level there aren't many options out there. Netgear is probably the only one that offers sensible price. the D7000 is supposed to be decent. saying that this is a tad on the expensive side.
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NETGEAR PL1000 Powerline Adapter Kit - Twin Pack £24.99 @ Currys eBay Store + Free Delivery

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It's half price on eBay's daly deals !
It's half price on eBay's daly deals !
danailiordanov Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago31 Comments
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BigYoSpeck
Just arrived, plug and play other than securing the network (less than a minute holding a button on each).
Can't do a full gigabit benchmark yet as the device I'm using it on has a 100mbit port. Hovers between 8-10 megabytes a second. Not quite as steady as a regular wired connection. I'll need to test it further with a gigabit connection.

About 2 Minutes 30 to transfer a 1.47GB audio file to my WD MyCloud, works out around 12MB/s. Not too shabby.

Internet connection is solid, getting 36/9 from Sky Fibre, which is much better than the intermittent 14/9 the Sky Q Hub's WiFi was giving me.
Just arrived, plug and play other than securing the network (less than a minute holding a button on each).

Can't do a full gigabit benchmark yet as the device I'm using it on has a 100mbit port. Hovers between 8-10 megabytes a second. Not quite as steady as a regular wired connection. I'll need to test it further with a gigabit connection.
I regret cancelling my order from Currys now.
I have an order placed with that other seller on ebay for 14.99 and no response or dispatch. Looks like I wont get that as prob a compromised account as mentioned on here :(
anyhow, it's up to 49.99 now.
najalubar
not very good reviews on Amazon, though good deal for the price..
which listing were you looking at?
I found great reviews for this. The only critical review I seen of this was that someone mentioned the wifi cuts out sometimes. Then again that issue prob may have been or will be resolved in an a new fw update. The ethernet works great on it.

Netgear make some good stuff, these should be well better than the crappy free power lines that I've got just now.

Edited By: Dan__ on Dec 03, 2016 17:02
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Netgear D6000 Wi-Fi DSL Dual Band Gigabit Modem Router £49.99 @ Amazon

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High-speed built-in ADSL2+ modem, AC750 Wi-Fi speed 802.11ac wifi for the newer device that can connect to ac wifi 4 Lan ports and i believe and USB 2.0 Gigabit Ethernet WAN Works with DSL inter…
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iby2012 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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​I'm on cable. So not suitable for my purposes
oh right , are you on virgin then ?[/quote]
I am indeed. Looking at replacing my router as though it's good, it could be better.
drnkbeer
iby2012
drnkbeer
A dual band router with a built-in modem? Very useful considering most ISP provided routers are shocking.
Shame it's DSL but good for some I'm sure.

Thanks OP
whats wrong with DSL?

​I'm on cable. So not suitable for my purposes
oh right , are you on virgin then ?
cookied
does this come with any parental software
yes, if you scroll down to the description rom manufacturer next to the picture is
Live Parental Controls for safer web surfing
does this come with any parental software
iby2012
drnkbeer
A dual band router with a built-in modem? Very useful considering most ISP provided routers are shocking.
Shame it's DSL but good for some I'm sure.

Thanks OP
whats wrong with DSL?


​I'm on cable. So not suitable for my purposes
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NETGEAR 1000 Mbps Powerline Ethernet WiFi Adapter @ Amazon for £40.97

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This is at the same price as the PC World/ Currys deal that is OOS! Every other store is selling this product for £80.00+ Use your existing electrical wiring to extend your internet access to any r…
This is at the same price as the PC World/ Currys deal that is OOS! Every other store is selling this product for £80.00+ Use your existing electrical wiring to extend your internet access to any r…
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Happy with mine, setup was easy enough, wifi coverage is good. Using it in my detached garage so wifi covers the whole garage and garden now
I am waiting for this offer again as I have already missed it. But first I want to know if I buy this set to use it in the EU (with a 2 pin travel adapter) will it have any impact on speed?

I am not considering buying the EU version which has the EU plug as it's not on offer and retailing around £90
peroxidase
Does the WiFi unit have to connect to the router? I don't want it to but rather on the other end to get full house wifi coverage.

I believe the powerline adaptor connects at router end, then the "wifi" powerline end connects whereever your wireless signal is poor/required. Giving you wifi coverage in places you couldnt before.

Edited By: jordon1 on Nov 29, 2016 21:38
Does the WiFi unit have to connect to the router? I don't want it to but rather on the other end to get full house wifi coverage.
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Reasonable price but doesn't offer anything over the R7000 (cpu is the same)
The wifi is still cack and only good for tomato just like the R7000, you'll be wanting an EX access point/range extender for proper wifi.



Edited By: robo989 on Nov 28, 2016 16:37
Highly recommended. A great device.
Superb router. Had it for around a year, never had a dropout. Excellent Wi-Fi coverage. Not the prettiest thing to look at. Have mine wall mounted, but that makes it look upside down!
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Ethernet port is not gigabit sadly. But excellent price for it.
The cheap tp-link one I posted for £12.99 is a much better deal, two of them for less than the price of this unit, if they don't work for you return them to Amazon.
Not saying that this isnt a good deal on price, but I've had a couple of these things over the years and all have been quite poor. Good for you if you've been able to extend your wifi with this type of extender, but the only decent solution I've found is a wifi powerline adapter and I'd definitely recommend saving your money and buying one of those instead.
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Bought one when they first came out in early 2014. Never been so glad to get rid of anything. Connection unstable and regular wifi dropouts. I guess by now they have improved it through firmware updates though.
didn't notice the modem part. I just use my old bt openreach modem. But my old netgear router was sluggish to use the interface and had quite bad UPnP. If you only have 1 console or 1 person playing at once I guess it doesn't matter too much. I think mine might have been the D1750, I can't remember exactly. The wireless was good, can't knock that. The router itself wasn't entirely stable though. The asus was superior in every way. A pleasure to use, better custom firmware support (if you need that), and no longer have everyone in the house asking me to reboot router cos nat is on strict.
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Good spot OP. Previous lowest was £125.99 according to Camelcamelcamel


bought the r7000 ver of this 2 weeks ago, now my Internet is lightning speed ;)
benjam1n
not a good router though, get the asus

Why? I'm looking at the ac2600 version of this and am interested in the differences. I don't think asus has a modem router that is faster?
not a good router though, get the asus
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NETGEAR EX3700-100UKS AC750 Mbps Mini AC Dual Band Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas (Wi-Fi Booster) £22.99 Amazon

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Faster (11ac 750Mbps dual band) Dropped in price by about £10 Used "Very Good" £16.70 - deanos
Faster (11ac 750Mbps dual band) Dropped in price by about £10 Used "Very Good" £16.70 - deanos
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Awesome 8)

Edited By: amuseboy on Nov 30, 2016 20:11
Thanks, got a like new one for £16
Thankyou! Just what I needed :D
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NETGEAR PL1000 Powerline adapter set £24.99 @ Amazon

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£48.45 now, expired
Thanks a lot, OP - just what I was after.
Shame it's only 1 port
Good price
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NETGEAR EX2700-100UKS Mini 300 Mbps WiFi Range Extender (Wi-Fi Booster) - Silver - £14.99 prime / £18.98 non prime @ Amazon

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Now available at this price for non Prime customers.
Now available at this price for non Prime customers.
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Oz454
I have this. Gives me full signal upstairs. I never used to get any signal upstairs
​Where did you plug this in to? Upstairs or downstairs?
Also important question: Can I use this without having to plug an Ethernet cable to it? Can I just connect it by WiFi to modem and it will still expand range?

Essentially it piggy backs off the wifi of the router, so when you type in a url you send that to the netgear range extender and that sends it to the router and so forth.
They are slower as a result to say a system where you used powerlines and a powerline wifi adaptor
Oz454
I have this. Gives me full signal upstairs. I never used to get any signal upstairs


​Where did you plug this in to? Upstairs or downstairs?

Also important question: Can I use this without having to plug an Ethernet cable to it? Can I just connect it by WiFi to modem and it will still expand range?
I have this. Gives me full signal upstairs. I never used to get any signal upstairs
Correct me if I'm wrong, for the previous deal non prime customers had to pay £18.98 excluding delivery, so you had to find another item to reach the £20 order mark for free p&p.
This has been the price for past few months. Non prime customers always had the free click and collect option. To be delivered, non prime guys need to pay the 3.99 delivery. correct me if I am wrong.
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NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) - Twin Pack £44.99 @ Amazon

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Back down to its lowest price. NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) - Twin Pack
Back down to its lowest price. NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) - Twin Pack
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jimbo001
Wish it was two port :(
non pass through TP Link two port gigabit

edit: found two port pass through for £50 BT two port passthru

Edited By: UnknownConcept on Nov 26, 2016 18:36
Bighare
Wish it was wi-fi :(

jco83
Bighare
Wish it was wi-fi :(
me too :(

It was actually cheaper briefly that version with the dual band wifi, I was going to buy it then forgot and the price went up :(
A bit weird that Netgear felt the need to label Live, Neutral and Earth plug holes on the front there? What’s that all about? http://www.nsbka.org/images/demo/netgear_plugs.jpg
use an old router as a bridge?
Bighare
Wish it was wi-fi :(
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NETGEAR PLW1000 Wireless Powerline Adapter Kit - £40.97 @ Currys

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£40.97 @ Currys
Was looking for a wireless powerline adapter and came across this. seems like quite a good deal. Get great wireless connectivity throughout your home with the Netgear PLW1000 Wireless Powerline Ada…
Was looking for a wireless powerline adapter and came across this. seems like quite a good deal. Get great wireless connectivity throughout your home with the Netgear PLW1000 Wireless Powerline Ada…
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can anyone tell me if I can connect both tplink power adapter and this netgear adapter into single router?
And looks like stock is rather sparse. In the South-East anyway. Good deal for anyone who can get one - thanks OP.
Looks like in store only?
Is it a 1000 or av2000. New standard is av2000