Netgear DGN2000 ADSL Wireless-N Modem Router £59.99 at PC World
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Netgear DGN2000 ADSL Wireless-N Modem Router £59.99 at PC World

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Found 11th Jun 2009
The Netgear DGN2000 Wireless-N ADSL Modem Router offers an ultra fast Internet connection allowing you to network your entire household. With Wireless-N technology youll be able to stream HD videos, play games on-line, make Internet phone calls and much more!

Get connected to the Internet instantly thanks to Netgears easy to use Smart Wizard Installation CD. With a host of security features such as a double firewall, intrusion detection and prevention (IDS), WiFi protected set-up (WPS) and 128-bit encryption youll not only surf the Internet with speed but also safely and securely.

The Netgear DGN2000 Wireless-N ADSL Modem Router is an excellent choice for any household. The on/off WiFi switch helps to save energy when it is not in use while the N-adaptor ensures a boosted network capacity all throughout your house.


Netgear Wireless N Modem Router Surf, make Internet phone calls Play online games & stream HD video Push N Connect securely connects N adaptor boost in your network capacity Wi-FI on/off switch Green networking: on/off switch Delivery
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6 Comments

Original Poster

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Good spec, good price, recommended.

i have a belkin g+ mimo and have 2 xboxes connected dwnstairs - the furthest (2 rooms away) suffers pretty bad connection problems due to the signal strength - can anyone tell me if this would improve this or would i be wasting my money trying. any help would be appreciated

steve2zaf;5464937

i have a belkin g+ mimo and have 2 xboxes connected dwnstairs - the … i have a belkin g+ mimo and have 2 xboxes connected dwnstairs - the furthest (2 rooms away) suffers pretty bad connection problems due to the signal strength - can anyone tell me if this would improve this or would i be wasting my money trying. any help would be appreciated



The money would be better spent on homeplugs or long ethernet cables.

Uridium;5465403

The money would be better spent on homeplugs or long ethernet cables.



Deal posted for some Powerline kit here: hotukdeals.com/ite…pt/

If this was supported by DD-WRT, I'd get to use as a bridge, but I think I'm going to go with the Powerline plugs.

Uridium;5465403

The money would be better spent on homeplugs or long ethernet cables.



thanks will prob try the homeplugs
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