ADSL Wi-Fi modem router with built in 85mbps Powerline - £24.97 instore @ Maplin !
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ADSL Wi-Fi modem router with built in 85mbps Powerline - £24.97 instore @ Maplin !

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Found 1st May 2009
* Share your ADSL internet with 4 machines with wires, Wi-Fi or Powerline
* 4 wired ports and IEEE 802.11g/b 54Mbps wireless access point
* Wireless ADSL modem and 4-port 10/100 switch combined with Powerline technology
* Wireless data rates of up to 54Mbps / Powerline data rates of up to 85Mbps
* Supports MAC address filtering
* NAT (Network Address Translation) IP Sharing
* DHCP and FTP Server and Client
* Extend your Powerline network to a Wi-Fi network
* Increases your network to areas wireless signals cannot reach by useing mains wiring
* Converts Ethernet to a signal that transmits through the power circuit
* Place in a plug socket where you need a wireless network, which is far from the router
* Up to a 100m wireless transmission distance (50m typical)
* Up to a 200m Powerline transmission distance
* No need to lay Ethernet cables throughout the house
* Purchase single Powerline plug (A66HB) to connect to multiple computers

If purchasing on the web, delivery is £3.50. Free if you can get your order over £39.

15 Comments

Original Poster

HUKD have broken the link by trying to get their referral bonus. When you go to their site search for A60HF.

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fragaliciousbob;5088410

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Ah, that's a tad more helpful, ta

Can This Be Used With Cable/virgin Media?

raptorcigs;5088473

Can This Be Used With Cable/virgin Media?


Nope. It has a built in ADSL modem, rather than an Ethernet WAN port for a Cable modem.

From the picture, looks like the old XBOX with an antenna attached!

Does anyone know if you can use other brand mains to ethernet adapters with this such as netgear, devolo, advent etc? Do they all work on the same frequency?

StormB;5088413

Ah, that's a tad more helpful, ta



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voyager7;5089269

Does anyone know if you can use other brand mains to ethernet adapters … Does anyone know if you can use other brand mains to ethernet adapters with this such as netgear, devolo, advent etc? Do they all work on the same frequency?



should be ok as long as they support at least one of the same specs, not sure bout 10MBs ones but from a bad experience the 200s and the 85s don't mix.

Does anyone know if this has an inbuilt firewall?

voyager7;5089269

Does anyone know if you can use other brand mains to ethernet adapters … Does anyone know if you can use other brand mains to ethernet adapters with this such as netgear, devolo, advent etc? Do they all work on the same frequency?



I had one of these for 7-8 months before it packed in.... paid £19.99 for it previous sale from same retailer. I have 4 different brands and speeds of powerline adapters from 14mbps - 200mbps all worked perfectly. Only bad thing about it is the really bright blue LEDs on the front - they are really bright.

jasp;5090893

Does anyone know if this has an inbuilt firewall?



This had basic firewall built in, but I never used it so can't comment on how good it was.

Thanks for that. Anyone had experience with the firewall?

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jasp;5091022

Thanks for that. Anyone had experience with the firewall?



No experience, but you may be able to get more info from the manual ]here. I would expect it's probably just a basic NAT based firewall like most home routers.

Will

Apologies for partially diverting deal (voted hot for any inconvenience caused) but I was looking for any tips on which powerline tech to plump for. Devloe, Netgear and Max Value all seem to get half decent reviews (for 200MPbps). Anyone with any strong views (on this subject)?
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