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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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I've bought 2 sets of these in previous deals and all 4 talk together faultlessly. Pretty decent speed and have given me no bother at all. One of the kids uses one on her gaming PC and no complaints… Read More
I've bought 2 sets of these in previous deals and all 4 talk together faultlessly. Pretty decent speed and have given me no bother at all. One of the kids uses one on her gaming PC and no complaints…
bertbert Avatar3d, 10h agoFound 3 days, 10 hours ago21 Comments
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wHAT i do to get the best connex speeds is interpose a gigabit switch between the router and the rest of the network so that two devices on the network will achieve the best speed and not be limited by the router (BT homeHub4, so only fast 100Mbps ports, HH5 has gigabit ports) Switches are very inexpensive...
I'm sure someone could post a deal for an 8 port switch for thruppence(_;)
HammadKhalil
to steve_berzerker, you dont really get 1200mbps with a gigabit connection (usually as gigabit is 1000mbps. 1000mbps will be dependent on your router and if it supports it and keep in mind this is transfer rate not your download speed. example if you were transferring files between devices on your network then your transfer speed will be 1000mbps so copying a film or a 4k video should only take you a matter of seconds to download/copy rather than a few hours but this will depend on your operating system if it can support the transfer rate(usually older devices won't be able to).to slacker . Your connection should be faster as gigabit Ethernet connection will give you 1000mbps but this will depend on your router supports 1000base T which is a gigabit connection . if it doesn't then you will only get 100mbps connection so there would be no point . usually a spec list of your router should be able to tell you . usually it's listed as 10/100/1000 base t or something to that effect . if it has the 1000 listed then it supports gigabit connections.


I know. I was just generalising since the marketing PR's want to advertise these as 1200Mbps. It's essentially the same kind of PR stunt that internet providers pull where they offer speeds of 100MB+ and when you line test it, it's more like 60 or 70.
Any views on which brand is best? These are a good price atm but if willing to wait and compromise on pass through then they seem to be reduced a bit more at times.
Also that seems to be for zyxel... Are these more reliable?
I have had 2 pairs of these for quite a while now. Marketing numbers aside I get a perfect connection and they are life changing in comparison to Wifi. I thought I would also note if you have a spare router these can be used as a bridge to extend your range :D
HammadKhalil
to steve_berzerker, you dont really get 1200mbps with a gigabit connection (usually as gigabit is 1000mbps. 1000mbps will be dependent on your router and if it supports it and keep in mind this is transfer rate not your download speed. example if you were transferring files between devices on your network then your transfer speed will be 1000mbps so copying a film or a 4k video should only take you a matter of seconds to download/copy rather than a few hours but this will depend on your operating system if it can support the transfer rate(usually older devices won't be able to).
to slacker . Your connection should be faster as gigabit Ethernet connection will give you 1000mbps but this will depend on your router supports 1000base T which is a gigabit connection . if it doesn't then you will only get 100mbps connection so there would be no point . usually a spec list of your router should be able to tell you . usually it's listed as 10/100/1000 base t or something to that effect . if it has the 1000 listed then it supports gigabit connections.
sorry slacker misread no if you are using 200mbps to pair then no you will only get 200mbps you would need all 3 adapters to be a gigabit connection
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NETGEAR R8000-100UKS Nighthawk X6 AC3200 (600 + 1300 + 1300 Mbps) Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit 4K Gaming Router (Amazon Echo Enabled) - was £189.99 now £114.99 @ Amazon

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- 3.2 Gbps - the combined Wi-Fi speed for uninterrupted streaming with NETGEAR genie with remote access - Tri-Band Wi-Fi delivers more Wi-Fi to more devices, six high performance antennas and powerful… Read More
- 3.2 Gbps - the combined Wi-Fi speed for uninterrupted streaming with NETGEAR genie with remote access - Tri-Band Wi-Fi delivers more Wi-Fi to more devices, six high performance antennas and powerful…
vassy1 Avatar3d, 10h agoFound 3 days, 10 hours ago67 Comments
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Hi - I had a 7800 picked up earlier this year - and it was superior to the S Hub 3's wireless range and speed - through the 7800 I was getting upto 260 meg dload upstairs with router placed a floor below - awesome.

However I thought I'd give this a go - even though I know the 7800 is newer - and blow me down - a full 300 meg dload wirelessly upstairs !! - wired into pc downstairs gives me 320 meg dload on a 300 meg vm connection.

Also with this r8000 I no longer need a wifi extender near the front door for my ring doorbell - as it picks up the 2.4ghz a LOT easier from this than the 7800.

So for me this is a step up from the 7800.

Dave

Edited By: whiteswan on Jul 25, 2017 23:00
decanay
aj104
Have you updated firmware? Added roughly 50% extra range over the supplied version on ours, and we were experiencing occasional dropouts which it also fixed.
I believe its up to date, but will check again when I get home, did you scan for firmware update through router web interface or apply it manually?
I just did it quickly by scanning via the router interface. Made a huge difference.

Definitely up to date, version 1.0.2.28, like I said, surprised it's range doesn't beat the Superhub 2
simonbrown
Needs more aerials.
Antenna's not 'Aerial's'
aj104
Have you updated firmware? Added roughly 50% extra range over the supplied version on ours, and we were experiencing occasional dropouts which it also fixed.
I believe its up to date, but will check again when I get home, did you scan for firmware update through router web interface or apply it manually?

I just did it quickly by scanning via the router interface. Made a huge difference.
Have you updated firmware? Added roughly 50% extra range over the supplied version on ours, and we were experiencing occasional dropouts which it also fixed.

I believe its up to date, but will check again when I get home, did you scan for firmware update through router web interface or apply it manually?
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NETGEAR R7000-100UKS Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band Wireless Gigabit 11AC Gaming Router (1.0 GHz Dual-Core Processor, USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet) Open Source Available (Amazon Echo Enabled) - £75.99 @ Amazon

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AC1900 Wi-Fi: 600+1300 Mbps speed 1 GHz Dual-Core processor Beamforming+ improves range and performance, high powered amplifiers and antennas to extend your Wi-Fi coverage Five 10/100/1000 Mbps - Read More
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hotukdealls Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago40 Comments
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Zameen
Does it give you a bigger range through the house also ?
Yes I get solid consistent 110 MBS (pay for100) all around the house. The Netgear fluctuated and often the WiFi would fail all together.

Edited By: Gravesy166 on Jul 18, 2017 11:30: Edited from the official Android app
Gravesy166
[Image] This has been working faultlessly alongside my Virgin Hub . No more WiFi dropouts and rock solid connection and speeds. Also for me a lot more user friendly with an excellent Android app.

Does it give you a bigger range through the house also ?
Gravesy166
And yes Virgin Hub in modem mode .

Thanks
Gravesy166
[Image] This has been working faultlessly alongside my Virgin Hub . No more WiFi dropouts and rock solid connection and speeds. Also for me a lot more user friendly with an excellent Android app.
And yes Virgin Hub in modem mode .
Zameen
Please share link to one you got, did you put the virgin superhub to modem only mode and add Asus as router ?Any other recommendations for router to work with virgin media ? Do you know if you are able to use one with built in modem with virgin media ? Getting real crap speeds and range with Virgin at the mo.Thanks
https://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/5shf1/31476499.jpgThis has been working faultlessly alongside my Virgin Hub . No more WiFi dropouts and rock solid connection and speeds. Also for me a lot more user friendly with an excellent Android app.
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Amazon PRIME DAY - Netgear Orbi Mesh (Whole Home) Wi-fi System - RBK40 - Router and Satellite £199.00

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Seems like a decent price for a whole home, mesh, system with router and satellite system. I haven't seen these much below retail at £299.99. I've just bought one, having also bought a Google Wi-fi f… Read More
Seems like a decent price for a whole home, mesh, system with router and satellite system. I haven't seen these much below retail at £299.99. I've just bought one, having also bought a Google Wi-fi f…
richstroller Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago10 Comments
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bouttime2
Nope. Not that I've noticed and my sons' gaming pc and two Xboxes are connected to the satellite.

Thanks. Early days here, but no complaints so far. Easy to set up and nice strong signal throughout the house.
And the wireless backhaul has its own 5ghz channel giving real world speeds of over 600mbps.
richstroller
There seem to be a few complaints on the Netgear forums about the satellites dropping connections. Have you had any issues?
Nope. Not that I've noticed and my sons' gaming pc and two Xboxes are connected to the satellite.
You'd think the connection on these would be rock solid for the price. You could just buy a couple of cheap routers with repeater modes (Tenda AC6 AC1200 is a good example £20ish) and daisy chain them.
sjaddy
richstroller
There seem to be a few complaints on the Netgear forums about the satellites dropping connections. Have you had any issues?
yes all the time, on ipads - drops connection for about 10 seconds and then reconnects. I have even unhidden the SSID to try and stop it!!

This happens on my bt home hub, no idea why, it never happens on any other wifi device.
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NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 (800 + 1733 Mbps) Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Smart Wireless 11AC Gaming Router (Amazon Echo Enabled) £129.99 @ Amazon

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Amazon Prime members deal only NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 (800 + 1733 Mbps) Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Smart Wireless 11AC Gaming Router (Amazon Echo Enabled) £129.99 @ Amazon AC260… Read More
Amazon Prime members deal only NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 (800 + 1733 Mbps) Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Smart Wireless 11AC Gaming Router (Amazon Echo Enabled) £129.99 @ Amazon AC260…
itsvimal Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago23 Comments
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What firmware are you using?
MRP
The R7800 is excellent. Has strong recommendations on smallnetbuilder. First to use a new chipset etc. Its an excellent router. Has good custom support etc. One of the very best.Thought I'd clarify. Most routers use older stuff but keep getting promoted(looking at you ASUS).


The USB 3.0 bandwidth is a bit pants though. Half what it should be.
The R7800 is excellent. Has strong recommendations on smallnetbuilder. First to use a new chipset etc. Its an excellent router. Has good custom support etc.

One of the very best.

Thought I'd clarify. Most routers use older stuff but keep getting promoted(looking at you ASUS).

Edited By: MRP on Jul 12, 2017 02:54: Jul 12, 2017 02:54
ady85
is this better than the virgin superhub 3?

No comparison. Get LEDE flashed and install SQM QOS, with cake, your connection will be much more stable. Saying that. This chipset isn't the most optimized for it.
robo989
AC87U sucks for VPN1Ghz Broadcom CPU vs 1.7Ghz QualcommConsidering Qualcomm CPU is known to be better for VPN at same clock rate and then it's 1.7Ghz....The R7800 is basically 2 x the AC87U in real world performance for VPN and that makes the AC87U a turkey for any kind of fibre line. Only suited to ADSL2+, if that.

Strange, mine performs beautifully! Ah well, opinions :D
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Arlo Smart Home - 3 HD Security Camera Kit, 100% Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision by NETGEAR - £224.99 @ Amazon (Prime Day)

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Good quality cameras at a very reasonable price. I know they use batteries which need replacement but you can get the CR123 batteries for £2 each from Ebay with a long shelf life. You may also need su… Read More
Good quality cameras at a very reasonable price. I know they use batteries which need replacement but you can get the CR123 batteries for £2 each from Ebay with a long shelf life. You may also need su…
Dealilah Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago17 Comments
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Gutted I missed this been after one for a while .. so if anyone got one and is returning it , then I'd be interested
Any decent WiFi outdoor cams, where you can power it using existing junction box but sends the video wireless?

Edited By: peympeym on Jul 13, 2017 21:44: Edited from the official Android app
padamowicz93
Can someone recommend decent CCTV system then? Preferably with hard drive which records 24/7.
Just search HKVISION CCTV on Amazon/Google.
Can someone recommend decent CCTV system then? Preferably with hard drive which records 24/7.
snappyfish
Bovrilontoast
Just wish there was a deal on the Pro version! :(
What does the pro version do better, having a logcabin installed tomorrow need some security for it?

Pro version also has two way audio.
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NETGEAR R6250-100UKS AC1600 1600 Mbps Wireless Router £54.98 / £44.98 for students at Amazon UK

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First deal so be gentle HUKD! I came across this router and read that it has excellent reviews. It's a few years old but it has some great features. 802.11ac wifi, beamforming (focuses wifi signal to… Read More
First deal so be gentle HUKD! I came across this router and read that it has excellent reviews. It's a few years old but it has some great features. 802.11ac wifi, beamforming (focuses wifi signal to…
JamJamz Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago1 Comment
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Voted hot.
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NETGEAR D6000 100UKS AC750 ADSL2+ WiFi Router £24.64 - Amazon Warehouse Deals Used - Very Good - Prime extra 20% off

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Seems a decent Price compared to other places. If you are a Prime member you get an additional 20% off. Many available at Used - Very Good https://www.netgear.com/support/product/D6000 Built-in ADS… Read More
Seems a decent Price compared to other places. If you are a Prime member you get an additional 20% off. Many available at Used - Very Good https://www.netgear.com/support/product/D6000 Built-in ADS…
ruffrice Avatar3w, 20h agoFound 3 weeks, 20 hours ago10 Comments
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Based on YouDealTroll comment, I voted Cold and I think this is the first time ever voting Cold, hmm?
Thanks ruffrice
gaz12000
Could I use this to create a vpn network separate to my bt router?


Have a look at the manual, it looks like you can:

http://www.downloads.netgear.com/files/GDC/D3600/D3600_D6000_UM_03Dec2015.pdf
BigBen75020
Hello tech guys .. Can use this if I have bt like phone line internet please ? Or shall I need a modem router??? Please

This should work for you as it has the modem for ADSL (Broadband). This is not for VDSL Fibre connections though, which also runs through the phone line.
Cant recommend this. I use it with sky and about every month or two it becomes unreachable. I then have to do a hard reset and when it comes back on It's lost all its settings, I have to restore them from a backup.

Also if the connection to the isp goes down , it never automatically reconnects, you have to connect to the interface and do it manually.

Its basically sh*T
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NETGEAR R6250-100UKS Wireless Cable & Fibre Router - AC 1600, Dual-band - £54.98 @ Currys

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got enough with the Virgin's Superhub 2ac so I was looking for a replacement. somebody posted a deal for a TP-link archer C8 at Currys for around £40. got there, apparently, it is an online deal, thou… Read More
got enough with the Virgin's Superhub 2ac so I was looking for a replacement. somebody posted a deal for a TP-link archer C8 at Currys for around £40. got there, apparently, it is an online deal, thou…
canishu Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago13 Comments
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Deeco
Thats not what I meant by 'replacing it, once and for all'


You're out of luck :D
rev6
Use it as a modem and let this be the router.

Thats not what I meant by 'replacing it, once and for all'
FunkiestMonkey
Can I use this if I have a fibre modem and separate router with Talk Talk? The modem is a bt infinity one as they hook into their lines.


Yes, I have mine setup as you suggest,
pibpob
OrribleHarry
Use a BT router.
Eh? As I said, BT routers (Home Hubs) do not have a modem mode.

BT Modem I meant.

But you can also use BT router and set this to access point mode connected to LAN port.

Edited By: OrribleHarry on Jun 24, 2017 19:13: .
OrribleHarry
Use a BT router.


Eh? As I said, BT routers (Home Hubs) do not have a modem mode.
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NETGEAR D7000-100UKS Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band 600 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (BT Infinity, YouView, TalkTalk, EE and Plusnet Fibre) @ amazon (PRIME) £109.99

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Key Features Fast VDSL2/ADSL2+ modem builtin for highspeed DSL With speeds of up to 1.9 Gbps the Nighthawk D7000 Supports ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ and VDSL/VDSL2 and is compatible with any Internet ser… Read More
Key Features Fast VDSL2/ADSL2+ modem builtin for highspeed DSL With speeds of up to 1.9 Gbps the Nighthawk D7000 Supports ADSL/ADSL2/ADSL2+ and VDSL/VDSL2 and is compatible with any Internet ser…
boss911999 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago31 Comments
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Now down to £99 & shrapnel......
hayd100
What was the original deal price with the code?


Was £111.99 minus 10%
What was the original deal price with the code?
Price has dropped to £103.43
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NETGEAR R8000-100UKS Nighthawk X6 AC3200 (600 + 1300 + 1300 Mbps) Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit 4K Gaming Router (Amazon Echo Enabled) - was £189.99 now £134.99 or £121.49 with code @ Amazon

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- 3.2 Gbps - the combined Wi-Fi speed for uninterrupted streaming with NETGEAR genie with remote access - Tri-Band Wi-Fi delivers more Wi-Fi to more devices, six high performance antennas and powerful… Read More
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vassy1 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago43 Comments
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techno79
Anyone know how to connect this to a Virgin Media Superhub 3? I put the superhub into Modem Mode and connected the Nighthawks yellow Internet ethernet socket to one of the superhub's ethernet port and it didn't work. I managed to start the wizard on the Nighthawk by going to http://www.routerlogin.net but it couldn't detect an Internet connection. Anyone know what I need to do?
i had the same problem..i just switched the WiFi off on the superhub

I worked it out, when the Superhub is in modem mode, only one of the ethernet ports (the one closest to the white cable in socket) is active. The rest of the ports are inactive. This is the port that should be used to connect to the Nighthawk router.
techno79
Anyone know how to connect this to a Virgin Media Superhub 3? I put the superhub into Modem Mode and connected the Nighthawks yellow Internet ethernet socket to one of the superhub's ethernet port and it didn't work. I managed to start the wizard on the Nighthawk by going to http://www.routerlogin.net but it couldn't detect an Internet connection. Anyone know what I need to do?


i had the same problem..i just switched the WiFi off on the superhub
Anyone know how to connect this to a Virgin Media Superhub 3? I put the superhub into Modem Mode and connected the Nighthawks yellow Internet ethernet socket to one of the superhub's ethernet port and it didn't work. I managed to start the wizard on the Nighthawk by going to http://www.routerlogin.net but it couldn't detect an Internet connection. Anyone know what I need to do?
RaiseR
Yes, basically. Should provide a lot better coverage of your house. How fast the wi-fi can be is dependent on how fast your internet actually is and the device that is connecting to the router. But if you have fibre from plusnet and the latest smartphone you should reach near top speed on wireless

This is incorrect.
Whilst coverage may be better, dependent on power output - WiFi "speed" is determined by a huge number of factors. Appreciate your logic here, but having a faster line and newest smartphone doesn't equate to faster wireless speeds.
Moving house soon.. need a decent router should I jump on the 134 price ?
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NETGEAR R9000-100EUS Nighthawk X10 for £295.19 @ Amazon

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Never seen this cheap. NETGEAR R9000-100EUS Nighthawk X10 AD7200 802.11ac/Ad Quad-Stream MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router with 1.7 GHz Quad-Core Processor and Plex Media Server (Amazon Echo Enabled). With P… Read More
Never seen this cheap. NETGEAR R9000-100EUS Nighthawk X10 AD7200 802.11ac/Ad Quad-Stream MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router with 1.7 GHz Quad-Core Processor and Plex Media Server (Amazon Echo Enabled). With P…
iq01 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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abdndamo
where is the 10% discount?
Its gone now. It was there last night.
where is the 10% discount?
I posted this assuming I might get a review of the router. I think people find it expensive even at this price.
Has anyone got this that can recommend it?
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Netgear Arlo Smart Home - HD Security Camera Kit £155.00 (Single) £288 (3 Cam) @ Amazon

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Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision, I've never seen these reduced before, so you have a few hours to buy at these prices (Usually £199 for single and £410 for triple.) These are reasonably… Read More
Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision, I've never seen these reduced before, so you have a few hours to buy at these prices (Usually £199 for single and £410 for triple.) These are reasonably…
intime Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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I would not recommend Arlo as security cameras, especially for outdoor use. Arlo Pro is only different in having a rechargeable battery, sound and alarm. I believe the technology and faulty design is the same for both. Positive reviews are coming from those who only looked through the spec and performed the setup but not actually used the camera. Arlo is only good for live viewing, though this will drain the batteries. It has SOME sensitivity to the traffic across (left to right) but not in any other direction, making it tricky to mount, unless you are interested in birds flying over or cars passing down the road. Even if installed as recommended, it misses about half of the events it was supposed to detect. Therefore it's an expensive toy and not a security camera. Night vision may detect the motion but the image is as dark as it is outside, so you will never know what triggered the camera. No pan and tilt mount - make your own. Without email notifications and very limited live view the batteries last around 4 months which totals £15 running costs annually per camera if you buy in bulk. These cameras have been completely mis-advertised by Netgear and will be a waste of your money and time.You may have more luck using them indoors but then they perform not better than any cheap network camera. While the price may be hot, the product is freezing cold.
A friend who bought arlo (not pro) said it does record audio.
I was going to get this but unfortunately it doesn't record audio which is a bit of a let down at this price point. The pro version does record audio but at £600+ that's out of my price range.
I was tempted to get the Pro version, but it seems there's a delay with both versions between when it detects motion and starts to record.

Was also looking at Nest Cams and Blink ones, but the Cloud storage costs of them put me off.
intime
jayjay266
Why so cold? Seems like a good price to me
I'm not sure, perhaps because many people are not sure of the start-up costs of setting up a decent security system.
jackbremer
Great price!
Useful article here on differences between these and the "Pro" models (which I think I'll hang on for)https://smarthomesolver.com/reviews/arlo-vs-arlo-pro/
I agree the Pro model does seem to be a lot better, but unfortunately, £680 for a three cam set up is beyond my means.


Yes £680 far too steep for me. After being disappointed with numerous Chinese branded "security" cameras at £50 a pop, the cost of this setup doesn't seem too bad.
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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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Back down to £139.99 again at Amazon - was last reduced to this 5 weeks ago, normally £169.99. I've been watching this as considering using it this on Virgin Media, primarily to use with PIA VPN with… Read More
Back down to £139.99 again at Amazon - was last reduced to this 5 weeks ago, normally £169.99. I've been watching this as considering using it this on Virgin Media, primarily to use with PIA VPN with…
Van1973 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Smartguy1
The previous deal was a warehouse deal with 20% off and was a lot less than this. I went for the r7000 as it's more stable on 2.4ghz.

Yeah. But that's Broadcom. Would like something fully LEDE supported.
The previous deal was a warehouse deal with 20% off and was a lot less than this. I went for the r7000 as it's more stable on 2.4ghz.
thetarget
Have a read some of the older Netgear router threads from the recent Amazon Warehouse 20% extra discount offer (now finished). I think this router was discussed along with the R7000 and some others. One particular model was rated higher than the others due to the chipset.

A lot run Broadcom which is a pain for firmware like LEDE. This is one to consider. A long with the Linksys WRT1900ACS
Have a read some of the older Netgear router threads from the recent Amazon Warehouse 20% extra discount offer (now finished). I think this router was discussed along with the R7000 and some others. One particular model was rated higher than the others due to the chipset.
wakkaday
Need a vpn router but surely too expensive for that.

Agree it is expensive but to get decent speed if the whole house's traffic is going through the VPN then I understand a powerful CPU is needed. I think this is currently what you have to pay to get this performance.

This link - https://restoreprivacy.com/vpn-router-setup/ - suggests the following speeds from different cpus

600 Mhz = 8-10 Mpbs
800 Mhz = 15-25 Mbps
1.0 Ghz = 20-35 Mbps
1.4 Ghz = 25-45 Mbps

I have 200 mbps with Virgin and would not want to be too bottlenecked by the VPN.

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Deal of the day - NETGEAR GS105E-200UKS ProSAFE 5 Port Web Managed (Plus) Gigabit Ethernet Switch £17.99 (Prime) / £22.74 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Looks like a 1 day deal, these are typically £25+, prime too so free delivery available for prime members! Great little managed 5 port switch and the cheapest I am aware of. This is for those who ne… Read More
Looks like a 1 day deal, these are typically £25+, prime too so free delivery available for prime members! Great little managed 5 port switch and the cheapest I am aware of. This is for those who ne…
Sp00n Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago11 Comments
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ordered thanks.
mikerr
Heat for a managed switch.
Unfortunately the uneducated HUKD masses will not read or understand the word MANAGED, and vote cold :p

This does seem to be the case, changed the description but doesn't seem to be helping, ah well, hopefully it will reach those who are aware.
Heat for a managed switch.

Unfortunately the uneducated HUKD masses will not read or understand the word MANAGED, and vote cold :p
Typey1
If I connect this to a homeplug should I use cat5e or 6 cables or does it not matter?

Doesn't matter, it supports both.
slider
The 8 port switch is a better deal IMHO
.....http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/netgear-gs308p-100uks-8-port-gigabit-switch-with-4-port-poe-48-99-amazon-deal-day-2706298
Do you really need a managed switch in the domestic environment??

Well for my use case, yes, I need to set up VLANs at home, this is the cheapest switch to do that and I don't need any more than 5 ports.

However you are right, the majority of people will be fine with an unmanaged switch, but that's got nothing to do with this deal.

Edited By: Sp00n on Jun 01, 2017 10:19
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NETGEAR GS308P-100UKS 8-Port Gigabit Switch with 4-Port PoE £48.99 (Amazon deal of the day)

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maxyone1
Great price for a Gigabit switch with PoE. Who voted cold has no clue about PoE.
Its a good deal for PoE but how does PoE justify the additional £33+? It just seems a lot extra to pay for a component that feeds power.
If you are running IP cameras then you need power from somewhere to power the cameras. I guess you can run separate power bricks but the chances are you won't have a socket nearby. The ethernet cable has to be run to the switch anyway so I'd say £33 is well spent being able to power 4 cameras with a single cable.
I have 3 IP cameras running this way.
I know what you are saying but I dont see why it should cost 3x the price to add PoE to a switch. I am looking at setting up some cameras with my server which can upload to cloud. What's your setup?
I'm not sure, I looked at alternative ways of doing it and all were pricey. I actually bought this POE switch for my mum, I use an 8 port POE injector which cost more than this but I also have a 24 port non POE switch powering everything.
As for my setup, I have an upgraded HP Gen8 microserver, xpenology and 3x POE cameras.
What software do you use on the server?
smk77
Mada06
smk77
maxyone1
Great price for a Gigabit switch with PoE. Who voted cold has no clue about PoE.
Its a good deal for PoE but how does PoE justify the additional £33+? It just seems a lot extra to pay for a component that feeds power.
If you are running IP cameras then you need power from somewhere to power the cameras. I guess you can run separate power bricks but the chances are you won't have a socket nearby. The ethernet cable has to be run to the switch anyway so I'd say £33 is well spent being able to power 4 cameras with a single cable.
I have 3 IP cameras running this way.
I know what you are saying but I dont see why it should cost 3x the price to add PoE to a switch. I am looking at setting up some cameras with my server which can upload to cloud. What's your setup?

I'm not sure, I looked at alternative ways of doing it and all were pricey. I actually bought this POE switch for my mum, I use an 8 port POE injector which cost more than this but I also have a 24 port non POE switch powering everything.

As for my setup, I have an upgraded HP Gen8 microserver, xpenology and 3x POE cameras.
Mada06
smk77
maxyone1
Great price for a Gigabit switch with PoE. Who voted cold has no clue about PoE.
Its a good deal for PoE but how does PoE justify the additional £33+? It just seems a lot extra to pay for a component that feeds power.
If you are running IP cameras then you need power from somewhere to power the cameras. I guess you can run separate power bricks but the chances are you won't have a socket nearby. The ethernet cable has to be run to the switch anyway so I'd say £33 is well spent being able to power 4 cameras with a single cable.
I have 3 IP cameras running this way.

I know what you are saying but I dont see why it should cost 3x the price to add PoE to a switch. I am looking at setting up some cameras with my server which can upload to cloud. What's your setup?
smk77
maxyone1
Great price for a Gigabit switch with PoE. Who voted cold has no clue about PoE.
Its a good deal for PoE but how does PoE justify the additional £33+? It just seems a lot extra to pay for a component that feeds power.

If you are running IP cameras then you need power from somewhere to power the cameras. I guess you can run separate power bricks but the chances are you won't have a socket nearby. The ethernet cable has to be run to the switch anyway so I'd say £33 is well spent being able to power 4 cameras with a single cable.

I have 3 IP cameras running this way.
maxyone1
Great price for a Gigabit switch with PoE. Who voted cold has no clue about PoE.

Its a good deal for PoE but how does PoE justify the additional £33+? It just seems a lot extra to pay for a component that feeds power.
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NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Switch Metal Housing £15.49 (Prime) / £20.24 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Gone back up in price now.
Wait for it to come down (as usual) or order the plastic one for 14.99
https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Network-Hubs-Switches/NETGEAR-GS208-100UKS-Port-Gigabit-Ethernet-1000/B00AFVB41S/
Dammit, ordered this two days ago to replace and old faulty netgear 8 port switch. Works perfectly, great value.
Heat added - thanks for sharing OP! Great price as the 5 port version is currently the same price!
Ordered the 5 port version of this earlier in the year to mount with the TV gear... 1 port connected to my central switch, other 4 for various TV gear (tv, ps4, Amazon Fire TV and one spare).
Very happy with it, works perfectly, well built and wall mounting it helped with keeping everything tidy.
good spot - thanks
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NETGEAR Nighthawk Gaming Switch 8 Port Gigabit £64.99 (Amazon daily deal)

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I did find that amusing to say the least, I can't imagine most people needing to QOS traffic when there's Gigabit available to the LAN.
Yeah I can't really imagine it'll make that much difference unless you have a load of people all streaming HD videos and you're trying to play Doom or whatever you kids play these days :D
spannerzone
YouDealTroll
WTAF is a gaming switch?!
It's a regular switch styled differently so the ignorant will pay an additional £40. Well played Netgear, well played.
Edit: to be fair it has a web based gui to set QoS and other stuff that probably won't make much odds.

I did find that amusing to say the least, I can't imagine most people needing to QOS traffic when there's Gigabit available to the LAN.
YouDealTroll
WTAF is a gaming switch?!
It's a regular switch styled differently so the ignorant will pay an additional £40. Well played Netgear, well played.

Edit: to be fair it has a web based gui to set QoS and other stuff that probably won't make much odds.

Edited By: spannerzone on Jun 01, 2017 17:35
Gaming just because it has blue light s
Pretty much, just thought someone out there might want one so I decided to share. Never heard of one myself till this morning
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Netgear PL1200 1200mbps Powerline Adapter Kit x2 @Argos Ebay for £34.00

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Deal is currently out of stock.


Hence why I expired it
Deal is currently out of stock.
Got my adapters today. As expected they are the PL1200 adapters!
I'm expiring this one it's OoS. Thanks everyone :3
nice , purchased....
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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…
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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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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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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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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
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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)
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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
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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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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…
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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…
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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…
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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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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.
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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.
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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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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
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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
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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.
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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
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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…
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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 ?