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Belkin F5Z0102 UK G Wireless ADSL Modem Router + Wireless USB Adapter Network Kit Bundle - now £9.99 delivered @ Play.com
Belkin F5Z0102 UK G Wireless ADSL Modem Router + Wireless USB Adapter Network Kit Bundle - now £9.99 delivered @ Play.com

Belkin F5Z0102 UK G Wireless ADSL Modem Router + Wireless USB Adapter Network Kit Bundle - now £9.99 delivered @ Play.com

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Connecting the G Wireless Modem Router to your ADSL line lets you share your broadband Internet account with all your home computers. The G Wireless USB network adapter connects Belkin Components' desktop or notebook computer to your wireless network. Now you can quickly and easily share documents, surf the Web, chat with friends, and email. Belkin Components' advanced security protects both your wireless and wired computers from hackers and intruders.

* Product Description: Belkin G Wireless Modem Router Network Kit - wireless router
* Device Type: Wireless router + 4-port switch (integrated)
* Form Factor: External
* Localisation: United Kingdom
* Data Transfer Rate: 54 Mbps
* Routing Protocol: Static IP routing
* Data Link Protocol: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
* Network / Transport Protocol: TCP/IP, PPTP, PPPoE, PPPoA
* Remote Management Protocol: HTTP
* Digital Signaling Protocol: ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+
* Included Accessories: 802.11g network adapter (Hi-Speed USB)
* Features: DHCP support, NAT support, auto-negotiation, Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), DoS attack prevention, MAC address filtering, VPN passthrough, IPSec passthrough
* Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
* Bundle Contains: F5D7050UK/F5D7634UKA

13 Comments

I bought this without the wireless adaptor elsewhere but cannot connect to my PC - it asks me to attach the lead from my old modem into it, but it had an internal connection, and so there is nothing which enables me to connect the router to a USB port on my PC - will the adapter solve this?

Thanks - I was after a wireless router as a spare - this was ideal

can we use this for wireless bridging

I ordered this yesterday, does anyone have one and is it any good?

hamzar

can we use this for wireless bridging



I remember looking into this the last time this was going cheap and the answer was there wasn't an option for it in the firmware, even though some places had it listed as a feature.

craigiec - Apr 26, 2011 14:33I bought this without the wireless adaptor … craigiec - Apr 26, 2011 14:33I bought this without the wireless adaptor elsewhere but cannot connect to my PC - it asks me to attach the lead from my old modem into it, but it had an internal connection, and so there is nothing which enables me to connect the router to a USB port on my PC - will the adapter solve this?



hi you should have a lan/network port on your pc, use this to link them up, it will come with a cable.

M0RPH

I ordered this yesterday, does anyone have one and is it any good?



In my personal experience, no, it's rubbish.

Mine kept dropping the wifi connection, requiring a cold restart to bring it back up.

May have been a bad one, but sent it back for a refund and got a TP-Link one instead.

good price

Funny, I went through quite a good few routers such as the Netgear DG384GT, this 9.99 jobbie is the only one to give me a solid connectino.

Nice find OP...

personally I have tried a few belkin networking products and find them to be just terrible. Overheat and dont work after a few weeks

under a tenner for a router and usb adapter, good find my friend. Its adsl2 and yes 54 is not the 150 or 300 but for a basic router on say even a 20 meg connection, (as if on BT lines) its a o.k

CHeers

B

I bought this a while back from play for around the same price minus the usb. It really is bad, i would steer clear, but for £10 whose complaining.
Edited by: "MrShinyRaichu" 27th Apr 2011
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