Netgear Wireless Bundle WGR614 Router + WG111 USB Stick - £31.75 @ Komplett
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Netgear Wireless Bundle WGR614 Router + WG111 USB Stick - £31.75 @ Komplett

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Found 17th Sep 2007Made hot 17th Sep 2007
NETGEAR WGR614 54 Mbps Wireless Router - wireless router
Device Type Wireless router + 4-port switch (integrated)
Form Factor External
Dimensions (WxDxH) 17.5 cm x 11.9 cm x 2.8 cm
Data Transfer Rate 54 Mbps
Features Firewall protection, auto-sensing per device, dynamic IP address assignment , DHCP support, NAT support, auto-negotiation, auto-uplink (auto MDI/MDI-X), Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), DoS attack prevention, manageable, E-mail alert, VPN passthrough, URL filtering


And including the USB stick all for £25 + Del!!!!

41 Comments

Min delivery charge is £6.75 so adding that to the above....

Welcome to the forums!!!

will this work for cable as i need one for ntl

thanks

This looks like ADSL only.

edit: maybe not: netgear.com/Pro…ons

I recommend a Linksys WRT54G for cable cool_dude

cool_dude

will this work for cable as i need one for ntl thanks



this item does not appear to have an integral modem so should work OK with a dedicated cable modem, or ADSL modem. If either modem has more than one network ouput port and / or an integral wireless function then it can become complicated to answer with a simple yes or no. To clarify:
if the modem you are using is just a modem and nowt else and has a standard network socket output then this item should fit the bill. That's probably as clear as mud... :w00t:
But it will work with a standard NTL cable modem, assuming you're looking to feed it via a standard network cable and not a USB cable. :thumbsup:

Seems like a pretty good deal to me and will replace my old 802.2b.

Heat added and thanks for the find.

I have this router hooked up to a standard ntl modem via an ethernet cable and it all works fine.

I have one of these routers running on an NTL cable modem.
I can confirm that it works fine with no problems.

Actually bought it to replace a linksys router that would run OK for a fortnight then required a power off / on cycle to restart working.

Recommend one of these whole heartedly.

Jav

Excellent find.
Netgear has always been good kit for me, better than my current linksys.

Does anyone know if this would work with Talk Talk??

so i'd unplug my ntl modem's ethernet cable form the back of my PC and plug that same cable into this box of tricks and hey presto i'm wireless?

My modem (and potentially this) just sit on top of my desktop tower so..........

I'd plug another ethernet cable form this router into the back of my PC (to save me buying a dongle for the desktop)....would that work also???

Neiliboy

so i'd unplug my ntl modem's ethernet cable form the back of my PC and … so i'd unplug my ntl modem's ethernet cable form the back of my PC and plug that same cable into this box of tricks and hey presto i'm wireless?



Yep! Obviously need to sort out encryption on the Netgear router aswell.

mrsjn

Does anyone know if this would work with Talk Talk??



It will yes but you will still require an ADSL modem that has ethernet out (which you would plug into this router.)

I would suggest that ADSL users go for a dedicated ADSL wireless router like the DG834G. That has the ADSL modem built in.

Damn, my cable buffalo modem came to around that price a few months ago. Wish I had come across this before.
My previous Netgear adsl modem NEVER EVER had any problem.
I would HIGHLY recomment Netgear to anyone.

mrsjn

Does anyone know if this would work with Talk Talk??



Kick a fuss with Talk Talk and they could send you a wireless modem free.
AFAIK, all/most ISPs provide free wireless routers.
I did it with AOL back in the days when they first started giving away wireless routers.
Had a little chat with the lady and she sent me one FOC!

Cheers I'll give that a try!

rmg

I would suggest that ADSL users go for a dedicated ADSL wireless router … I would suggest that ADSL users go for a dedicated ADSL wireless router like the DG834G. That has the ADSL modem built in.


I agree. My Netgear DG834G (which combines an ADSL modem, router, 4-port 10/100 LAN switch, 802.11g wireless access point and SPI double firewall) has proven to be very reliable. Also, the Netgear website ([url]www.netgear.com[/url]) is very helpful in explaining exactly what each product (and function) does.

Been meaning to go wireless for gaes via my NTL cable . This looks very much like same one NTL sell for at £49.98, without the USB stick. Voted hot

ello

i have a motorolla SB5100 surfboard cable modem provided by virgin broadband:oops:

will this work on that?? :thinking:

If anyone can spot a DG834G without the usb stick cheap I'd be interested. My dad is after one soon.

sparc

If anyone can spot a DG834G without the usb stick cheap I'd be … If anyone can spot a DG834G without the usb stick cheap I'd be interested. My dad is after one soon.


Who's the ISP? If yr dad is beyond his minimum term and the ISP now gives free wireless modem to new customers, yr dad could get it for free as well.

chooi

elloi have a motorolla SB5100 surfboard cable modem provided by virgin … elloi have a motorolla SB5100 surfboard cable modem provided by virgin broadband:oops: will this work on that?? :thinking:



Ello...
Does yr modem have an ethernet connection? (am pretty sure it does)
If it does, then this modem should be fine.
also, Netgear is mighty good. thats another reason to go for it.

vbnmu

Ello...Does yr modem have an ethernet connection? (am pretty sure it … Ello...Does yr modem have an ethernet connection? (am pretty sure it does)If it does, then this modem should be fine.also, Netgear is mighty good. thats another reason to go for it.



thanks :roll:

anychance of getting a free wireless modem from virgin broadband if you threaten to leave?? :?

chooi

thanks :roll: anychance of getting a free wireless modem from virgin … thanks :roll: anychance of getting a free wireless modem from virgin broadband if you threaten to leave?? :?



Lol...no!!
Last time I checked, VM had stopped givin free wireless modem though they did have an offer for some time.
They would give u a discount though.
I dunno if you are aware, but there are forums out there who have a strong VM community. They often post new deals that are available. They can also help about VM matters sometimes.
Just don't mention retention deals

cheers :-D

shame you posted this today....been looking for the same router for a while now and was forced to buy one for 50 quid last nyt...and thats without the usb stick.

....good deal voted HOT

mrsjn

Does anyone know if this would work with Talk Talk??


I'm with TalkTalk and I've tried getting a wireless router out of them - no joy - waste of time trying!

The one you need for TalkTalk is the NETGEAR DG834G ADSL2+ Wireless Modem / Router with USB Adapter Bundle.

Check out hotukdeals.com/for…ear
and yes it is version 3!

(The router without the USB adaptor at Komplett is £59 delivered)

Anyone know if this can be used as a range extender for an existing wifi router (A already have a netgear adsl wifi router but need to extend its range). Also, can it be used to allow networked (wired) devices to connect to an existing wifi network.

Cheers,

Dave.

Thanks have ordered one for my sister voted hot.

Bristle Hound

I'm with TalkTalk and I've tried getting a wireless router out of them - … I'm with TalkTalk and I've tried getting a wireless router out of them - no joy - waste of time trying!The one you need for TalkTalk is the NETGEAR DG834G ADSL2+ Wireless Modem / Router with USB Adapter Bundle.Check out http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=97781&highlight=netgearand yes it is version 3!(The router without the USB adaptor at Komplett is £59 delivered)



I was previously with AOL (now on board with CPW and them sh**ty companies)-if the person is not in the minimum contract term, you can try telling them that you would like a wireless modem for free as is being provided to new customers.
If they make too much fuss out of it, ask to speak to a manager. if that still dnt work, ask to be put through to cancellation.
I told AOL I would be moving my BB to another company. It doesn't make any business sense to lose you as a customer when they are really giving it away for free.
I personally don't see any shame in trying yr luck in these circumstances. Afterall, you are not ripping the company, simply asking for the same 'deal' that is being offered to new customers.

BRILLIANT !!
Been meaning for ages to go 'wireless' on my NTL so just ordered me one.
Many Thanks

Kravenius

I have this router hooked up to a standard ntl modem via an ethernet … I have this router hooked up to a standard ntl modem via an ethernet cable and it all works fine.



I have a NTL cable modem but my ethernet port does'nt work, so am using USB instead. Will this work on USB port?

naeemirz

I have a NTL cable modem but my ethernet port does'nt work, so am using … I have a NTL cable modem but my ethernet port does'nt work, so am using USB instead. Will this work on USB port?


No! As said previously, this requires ethernet to actually work. You have a good chance of getting your modem replaced if you call VM.

Thanks!

vbnmu

if the person is not in the minimum contract term, you can try telling … if the person is not in the minimum contract term, you can try telling them that you would like a wireless modem for free as is being provided to new customers.If they make too much fuss out of it, ask to speak to a manager. if that still dnt work, ask to be put through to cancellation.


New customers with TalkTalk get a wired modem for free or a wireless router for £20
See talktalk.co.uk/tal…HUB

Out of Stock as at 23rd September 2007

Edit : Price - also up to £47 - so this is expired.


Dez

Hi, I know this is sold out but can anyone tell me the range of the wireless?
I want to put it in downstairs and the room that my computer will be in is directly above it.
Does anyone who has this think it will work?
Thanks a lot.

jimboo

Hi, I know this is sold out but can anyone tell me the range of the … Hi, I know this is sold out but can anyone tell me the range of the wireless? I want to put it in downstairs and the room that my computer will be in is directly above it.Does anyone who has this think it will work?Thanks a lot.



should be fine unless you've got a lot of metal in your ceilings! If you're worried about range or just want a brilliant router I heavily recommend the buffalo WHRHPG54:

ebuyer.com/UK/…222

I got one. Haven't set it up yet but on the box it says 'Coverage - Small flat' with picture of a house with about 1/3 of it covered. Hope it is better than that as I had hoped it woudl cover all over a 4 bed house and even in the garden!

By teh way, nothing seems to be in English. Think instructions, on the box anyway, aer in French, Dutch and maybe German. The code is WGR614FS. The one NTL sell is same number , with UK at the end. Maybe this is not a UK version, hence why it was so much cheaper.

Thankyou for the replies. I think I'll be safe and get one with more range. Cheers.

jimboo

Hi, I know this is sold out but can anyone tell me the range of the … Hi, I know this is sold out but can anyone tell me the range of the wireless? I want to put it in downstairs and the room that my computer will be in is directly above it.Does anyone who has this think it will work?Thanks a lot.



I ordered the same one and it works fine upstairs with full signal strength - i'm using it with a ntl (virgin media) modem.
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