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Buffalo AirStation Wireless-N Nfniti DSL Router £[email protected]
Buffalo AirStation Wireless-N Nfniti DSL Router £27.49+Del@ebuyer.com

Buffalo AirStation Wireless-N Nfniti DSL Router £[email protected]

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The Wireless-N Nfniti Router WZR2-G300N provides great coverage and superior speed. Streaming High-Defnition (HD) video, voice and music is no problem and setting up security is a snap with the AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS) - even if you connect your Nintendo DS.

Wireless
Designed to 802.11n Draft 2.0 Specications
Wireless Connections up to 300 Mbps*
Easy Setup with AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS)
Supports WPS, WPA2, WPA (TKIP, AES) and 128/64-bit WEP
Security
Includes NAT/SPI Firewall and Intrusion Detector
Simple Web Browser Conguration
Includes External Switch to change between Router and Access Point modes Built-in DHCP Server
Performance
Built-in 4-port 10/100 Auto-Sensing Switch
Optimized High Speed Routing, up to 10X Faster than Standard Routers
Great for High Speed Multimedia Streaming or Online Gaming
Supports Intel® Hub Connect Technology
Works Seamlessly with Nintendo® DS Wi-Fi Connection

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price should include delivery, its £32.28 with delivery. orders over £49.99 apply for free free delivery. Thefore you can add a few items such as a few wifi adaptars and rj-45 cables to make it over £49.99

I looked at these a couple of weeks back, but found the reviews to be patchy at best.

In the end I went for the Tenda N router that ebuyer were selling for ~£33 or so. Am very happy with my choice, though there is a bug in the in the wifi key handling - if your key has a % sign in it is omitted when you edit and save the key page.

Looking forward very much to the forthcoming Linksys WRT160NL - an N compatible successor to the venerable WRT54GL.

awful routers, wish I stayed away now.. connections constantly dropping and very week signal

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joebuckton;5679144

awful routers, wish I stayed away now.. connections constantly dropping … awful routers, wish I stayed away now.. connections constantly dropping and very week signal



On this model? (or are you on about the original WZR which yes wasn't great)

Have been through so many routers trying to find a reliable one. In the end have stuck with a Netgear DG834GT. May only be 54mbps - but has always been reliable.

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Had a Buffalo router when i had Virgin Cable modem, and it worked flawlessly, great speeds and never any drops, voted HOT as all other wireless n routers are £50+:thumbsup:

msmyth;5679993

Had a Buffalo router when i had Virgin Cable modem, and it worked … Had a Buffalo router when i had Virgin Cable modem, and it worked flawlessly, great speeds and never any drops, voted HOT as all other wireless n routers are £50+:thumbsup:



And, er, this one, for £34.99 inc. VAT, as mentioned above:

ebuyer.com/pro…878

And even this one, a Linksys WRT160N no less, for £50.98, less £10 cashback until 31JUL:

ebuyer.com/pro…702

with this saying dsl with this work with virgin media (cable)

thank you

Yes, it's an ethernet router, so should work fine with a cable modem. The DSL in the title is misleading - it will work with DSL services, but only with another device acting as a DSL modem. HTH.

Ajibee;5680306

Yes, it's an ethernet router, so should work fine with a cable modem. The … Yes, it's an ethernet router, so should work fine with a cable modem. The DSL in the title is misleading - it will work with DSL services, but only with another device acting as a DSL modem. HTH.



Ah; I take back what I said :oops:

Am i missing something here you can get the new model for a few pounds more ]here!

they didnt like that new model here ]http//ww…026

good call donkey. know if its reliable / stable at all?

joshtbh;5680810

good call donkey. know if its reliable / stable at all?



not sure about this router but if you want a good wireless N router check out smallnetbuilder site they review many wireless rotuers you want to look at [Open Air] 2.4 GHz Downlink Average Throughput comparison which is ]here: also remember that wireless N is (802.11n) Headed for September Ratification ]here as at the moment they are only using a draft versions..

Ajibee;5680306

Yes, it's an ethernet router, so should work fine with a cable modem. The … Yes, it's an ethernet router, so should work fine with a cable modem. The DSL in the title is misleading - it will work with DSL services, but only with another device acting as a DSL modem. HTH.



Does it have ethernet WAN interface? If not, it won't act as Ethernet router. All you will get yourself is a wirless Ethernet switch. You won't be able to use features like DHCP, Firewall etc. from your router. If it does, then presumably there is no DSL modem in it. Then why the hell is it called a DSL router?

slinkydonkey;5680576

Am i missing something here you can get the new model for a few pounds … Am i missing something here you can get the new model for a few pounds more ]here!



Hi!
I think this one is the same (Wireless-N Nfniti™ Router WZR2-G300N), at least from the picture.


I had this one Wireless-N Nfniti™ Router WZR2-G300N, which I sent back.

I'm very experienced user and IT engineer, first let me say to the user who said "connection interrupting, weak signal". That is not enough information and I am sure that user believes it's magic, is using the wireless in a wireless crowded area, and is new to interferences and walls...


This router (Wireless-N Nfniti™ Router WZR2-G300N, the one in the picture) is ok:
-Very good price, especially for a wireless N draft which is in theory better than old G wireless.
-Does it jobs
- 3 outside antenas is good


- Buffalo is new to the UK market, it';s a very good brand in Japan and USA. They have not made much efforts in the UK yet, and don't seems to be very engaged which can be seen on the bad sides:


On the bad side for an experimented user:
- The firmware has not been updated in 9 months, especially when it contains like 6-7 spelling mistakes in English. Ok that's not terrible but it shows how much they react to users feedbacks, and how professional they sounds here

-I had problems sometimes wiht overflooding the router with packets from 4 different computers, and only solution was to soft reset it. It happened only 4-5 times in 9 months... But you know...

-The firmware page is limited and has few useful options, it was at the time impossible to install alternative open source firmware such as dd-Wrt, Tomato, etc....


Well I voted cold, because of model confusion and because I returned that item. I would vote hot if I was a basic user and want my 1rst router...

:thumbsup:

Hot. Great price for a wireless-N router.

I bought this router for my mother in law last month and it's behaved impeccably. I have to admit I had my doubts at first as I'd never used Buffalo products before, but after some brief research the reviews/comments were encouraging and I couldn't resist the spec. vs price.

I placed the router on her living room window ledge (front of property) and she can connect her laptop to it from the house across the very wide street (rear of property), so range is great. It has all the options you need to configure a secure network and it was easy to work with. I can't comment on spelling mistakes as I didn't notice any (but it wouldn't alter my stance anyway). Nor can I comment on open-source compatibility, as it wasn't a factor in choosing it.

PS If you're going to complain about the spelling mistakes of others, then I respectfully suggest you check yours before posting. :thumbsup:

Sponge;5689831

Hot. Great price for a wireless-N router.PS If you're going to complain … Hot. Great price for a wireless-N router.PS If you're going to complain about the spelling mistakes of others, then I respectfully suggest you check yours before posting. :thumbsup:



I don't sell and distribute routers in the UK...:whistling:
And it only show how reactive they are for firmware update... I contacted support, log request, nothing ever changed...

As I said they are new in the UK market and don't seems to invest much efforts...

And i'm not British anyway.


EDIT: I remember also something rubbish with firmware: you can not change the "admin" user name, it has to be admin...
which is ridiculous especially if we are talking about security there... the hacker already knows 50% and only needs a brute force!!
It's your router, you expect to put the admin username you want.
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