155°
EXPIRED
Buffalo WBMR-G300N Nfiniti ADSL 2+ Wireless-N Modem Router (MFR Refurbished) 300Mbps £14.99 Incl. delivery @ Broadbandbuyer.co.uk
Buffalo WBMR-G300N Nfiniti ADSL 2+ Wireless-N Modem Router (MFR Refurbished) 300Mbps £14.99 Incl. delivery @ Broadbandbuyer.co.uk

Buffalo WBMR-G300N Nfiniti ADSL 2+ Wireless-N Modem Router (MFR Refurbished) 300Mbps £14.99 Incl. delivery @ Broadbandbuyer.co.uk

Buy forBuy forBuy for£14.99
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
Buffalo WBMR-G300N Nfiniti ADSL 2+ Wireless-N Router (MFR Refurbished) (300Mbps) Manufacturer refurb but a good brand.

Excellent price for a Buffalo Modem/Router £11.48 plus delivery = £14.99

The New AirStation Wireless-N ADSL2+ Modem Router with Buffalo's AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS) uses the latest high speed wireless LAN technology delivering 270Mbps wireless throughput. The AirStation incorporates a built-in 4-Port Router with fast 100Mbps throughput and a built in ADSL2+ modem

Key Features
•Designed to IEEE802.11n standard 1.0 specifications
•Built-in 802.11n WLAN up to 270Mbps Speed
•Simple Web Browser Configuration
•High Speed ADSL2+ Connection with Line Rates of up to 24Mbps Downstream and 1Mbps Upstream
•SPI Firewall Protection and DoS Attack Prevention
•Built-in DHCP Server
•Automatically Senses Connection Type
•Four Built-in 10/100 Ports for up to 4 Simultaneous Wired Devices





Some more info on this router at this link:
buffalo-technology.com/pro…er/
- Ancient

37 Comments

Worth stating "Modem" as well in the title.

Am I right in thinking that ADSL means this won't be any good for me to use with my Virgin broadband??

Thanks needed to upgrade to wireless N.

Is it any good ?

Mines G at the moment i presume N is better
Edited by: "deanos" 12th Nov 2010

Robdk

Am I right in thinking that ADSL means this won't be any good for me to … Am I right in thinking that ADSL means this won't be any good for me to use with my Virgin broadband??



You don't have to use the modem part but aren't they selling the just router version for less?

Ordered thanks. My Belkin wireless N is playing up, so I've resorted to a SKY wireless G from Ebay that I got for 99p.
Hoping this is more reliable than the Belkin I have.

deanos

Is it any good ?Mines G at the moment i presume N is better



Yes.

buffalo-technology.com/tec…ss/
Edited by: "twist" 12th Nov 2010

Thanks for the link, gone for one as coverage in my house is a bit hit and miss with my G one

They are no longer selling the cable version for less. Not sure you can just ignore the ADSL modem if you don't want it, either. I think that's the default WAN connection and you might have trouble getting it to connect to a cable modem, unless it's an option with a dedicated socket.

I got the cable version and zapped it with DD-WRT firmware. Now I'm using it as a "Repeater Bridge" connecting two wired networks together wirelessly and extending the range. Well, that's how it's configured, but actually I am using it as a glorified wireless dongle, giving me N speeds and better range, at lower cost too.

edit- Just got an email saying that they shipped a bunch of the cable ones with the wrong power supply. Not mine, I think, but there is nothing in the spec to tell you what the voltage should be.
Edited by: "megotmail" 12th Nov 2010

deanos

Thanks for the link, gone for one as coverage in my house is a bit hit … Thanks for the link, gone for one as coverage in my house is a bit hit and miss with my G one



Youre welcome, same reason here.

Original Poster

I was also looking to replace a Belkin that kept failing.

Belkin give a lifetime warranty. This time, I asked for my money back as it was obviously "Not fit for purpose" as defined by the "Sale of Goods Act"....They refunded straight away, no arguement. For me that proves it was in fact, "Not fit for purpose".

Infiltrator

Ordered thanks. My Belkin wireless N is playing up, so I've resorted to a … Ordered thanks. My Belkin wireless N is playing up, so I've resorted to a SKY wireless G from Ebay that I got for 99p. Hoping this is more reliable than the Belkin I have.

Anyone know what kind of chipset is in these?

Are these any good? I've not seen any reviews for them I can trust. Also it says 1Mb uplink, I'm getting 1.2Mb is that a typo? (Edit: PDF states 1.5Mbps max).

Also it states the wireless band is •Frequency Range (MHz) 2,412 - 2,462 which is dual band and you won't ever reach the 270mbps on draft N

Buffalo site is typically dumbed down that it is useless to answer any of these questions.

Also no firmware updates suggests either it was manufactured perfectly or that they don't care to provide the later. On a £10 line item I think I know what it will be.


Edited by: "albal" 12th Nov 2010

Sorry could someone help me please. At the moment I've got one of those Thomson routers that o2 give with their wireless broadband (joined about 8 months ago). Will this work for me?

Hey Acer098, you just need to speak to o2 customer support (quick answering and know their stuff) to get a username and password and the setup details. They should have you up and running in no time.

ta gone for 1.

Would this be better than my Netgear 834v i am using now

thanks - gone for one - fingers crossed I can work out how to use it when it arrives????

can you install custom fimrware on this one?

acer098

Sorry could someone help me please. At the moment I've got one of those … Sorry could someone help me please. At the moment I've got one of those Thomson routers that o2 give with their wireless broadband (joined about 8 months ago). Will this work for me?



Should work on o2 don't need username and password just the wep code on the Buffalo modem! Voted hot by the way thanks to the op!.

Banned

greatmanlxw

can you install custom fimrware on this one?



dd-wrt.com/sit…ase

Now Out of Stock

OOS

Bit late I know but I have added a link to this routers page at Buffalo to the op's description.

If anyone bought one as a spare or no longer needs it, I'm happy to buy it off them. Please let me know. Much appreciated

I bought one of these recently, can someone please tell me if this router is better that the Huawei HG521 that is given by TalkTalk to its customers.

Arrived today and set up, seems to be working fine.

Only hassle was how to get it to connect to the internet - turn on the modem I guess.
I had to use the 'connect' command in the diagnostics panel to get it started - there must be an easier way?

Off to read the manual oO
Edited by: "Infiltrator" 15th Nov 2010

It should automatically connect ?

Gonna be a pain in the ass if you have to click connect everytime

Let us know how you get on

BTW mines not been despatched yet did you order on the 12th ?

yep, ordered on the 12th. Not read the manual yet, spent too long mucking about with all 3 of my routers to see how they perform.

deanos

BTW mines not been despatched yet did you order on the 12th ?



Now have a look at your emails!.

Spooky !

Got mine today. Checked the website and it doesn't seem to have any firmware updates?

Anyone interested in mine as its too wide to go on my narrow shelf , post on here and i will set up a for sale thread

Original Poster

Hi, I'm interested. PM sent.

deanos

Anyone interested in mine as its too wide to go on my narrow shelf , post … Anyone interested in mine as its too wide to go on my narrow shelf , post on here and i will set up a for sale thread

Infiltrator

Arrived today and set up, seems to be working fine.Only hassle was how to … Arrived today and set up, seems to be working fine.Only hassle was how to get it to connect to the internet - turn on the modem I guess.I had to use the 'connect' command in the diagnostics panel to get it started - there must be an easier way?Off to read the manual oO



When you set the Internet/LAN settings there is an option to Connect on Demand or Keep Alive. You want to select the Keep Alive option.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text