Edimax WiFi ADSL 11g Mod/Router Bundle £23.99 @ Play
Edimax WiFi ADSL 11g Mod/Router Bundle £23.99 @ Play

Edimax WiFi ADSL 11g Mod/Router Bundle £23.99 @ Play

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Edimax WiFi ADSL 11g Mod/Router Bundle
Key Features:
Save 10% when bought as bundle - WiFi ADSL2+ 11g router and USB adapter
Supports IEEE 802.11b/g access point with WEP/WPA encryption
Support IP sharing for upto 253 wired / wireless users
USB adapter includes a detachable 4dBi High Gain Aerial
IP Address Mapping for 8 Public IP Addresses
Main Specifications:
Standards: IEEE 802.11g/b
Bus Type: USB 2.0 Type A
Frequency Band: 2.4000~2.4835GHz (Industrial Scientific Medical Band)
Modulation: OFDM with BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM (11g) BPSK, QPSK, CCK (11b)
Data Rate: 54/48/36/24/18/12/11/9/6/5.5/2/1Mbps auto fallback
Securities: 64/128-bit WEP Data Encryption, WPA (TKIP with IEEE 802.1x), WPA2 (AES with IEEE 802.1x)
Antenna: 4dBi Hi-Gain Antenna
Drivers Windows: 98SE/Me/2000/XP/ x64 Edition
LEDs: Link/Activity
Transmit Power: 17dBm± 2dBm
Receive Sensitivity: [email protected], [email protected]
Dimension: 9(H) x 27(W) x 87(D) mm
Temperature: 32~122°F (0 ~50°C)
Humidity: 10-95% (NonCondensing)
Certification: FCC , CE


AR-7084gA according to photos on other sites, assuming Play's photo can be trusted. No mention of the ADSL specs in Play's description, but if it is an AR-7084gA, it does ADSL2+ (upto 24Mbps, package, ISP and local exchange permitting) and uses the TrendChip chipset and has a command interface similar to many ZyXEL/D-Link devices. Despite being a non-brand, I've been quite happy with the Edimax stuff I have, and it tends to use Linux-friendly chipsets.

Assuming it's an AR-7084gA, hot!

Hmm, doesn't work with O2 and Be, according to ]http//ww…d=3. Not so good.

I've yet to find a router that isn't 'linux friendly'?

unless you count an MS ISA server maybe....

Used Edimax stuff many times - its excellent and their support is also good (needed help setting up the access points as a treble repeater). Their GUI is a little overwhelming at first, but at least you dont need to reboot after every change like some routers - simply 'save'. They also come with a CD with a wizard to setup the router without logging (including security) in for the less experienced (a bit like BT's setup kit).

Used this to fix the broadband on a line where a Zoom, Safecom, Thomson(AOL Freebie) all failed to pick up the line, This picked it up and is still working.

The USB stick is a little bulky, but the aerial can be detached (in case you want to use a stand and a more powerful aerial - unusual for a USB stick).

You may like to make it clear in the title that the bundle is a modem router with a wifi stick rather than a modem bundled with a router.


I've yet to find a router that isn't 'linux friendly'?

I was thinking more of the USB 802.11g stick and Edimax stuff in general, rather than the router specifically.

unless you count an MS ISA server maybe....

That said, early versions of the firmware for this router apparently rebooted if it had Windows XP SP3 clients... oops!

received them today, the usb wireless sticks have windows 7 drivers on the web, excellent value.

the routers it seems are a completely useless, they have the latest firmware but just continue-sly reboot when an xp sp3 machine tries to connect, either through wireless or wired. Putting in manual ip addresses seems to be the only solution.

Waste of time.

Price increased to £39.99 now.. :x

A further update. Despite the routers claiming to have the latest firmware update, they are completely unable to connect to sp3 xp machines wireless or wired, without manual ip addresses. However, downloading and installing the update off the website (which is labelled as exactly the same release as the firmware already installed) fixes the issue, this is the same for all the routers, i bought a few....

They now work...
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