b325 huawei better for nearly same money
All D-Link Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
Got it for free via work, replaced with NETGEAR GS308P-100UKS (also for free via work) - much smaller device. I don't even need POE but did need a switch
Did you get replameny
mine failed after 6 months of use from new.
Thanks - it will probably come back to this price in about a week - like last time.
not at that price now sadly
Got mine fully working and showing on my echo show. Thank you.
I am not home but I installed the mydlink app and was prompted to update my camera firmware. So it is looking good!
Cheers. I'll try this later on today.
Im buying nothing more Dlink...the 313 nas i have was obsolete when I bought it, not that I knew that then. Not buying a newer fire tv stick...telly has all that built in anyway, so I can only use this on Google, which isn't my default.
I got an email today - this is back at £39.99
Is there a router with Poe
Mine failed after 6 months, switched with 8 port Netgear (4 Port POE)
This was a great price, but it’s now jumped up to £60.87.
The switch linked does not run at gigabit/1000 megabits speeds. It is limited to only 100 megabits.
Received today (no prime) A++
Just checked, this offer is back on and in stock... get it while it's hot!
Received today, REALLY nice bit of kit. Thanks OP.
Depends - if it’s a “proper” network with fully managed switches your networks people may not allow this (as you can get switches to drop other switches and only talk to end devices instead to ensure network integrity). If you have an IT/networks department you should talk to them before adding anything as you can royally screw things up otherwise. If you just have a few computers in an office you should be fine just to add a switch like this however.
are you talking about Storage Made Easy ? I recall there was a Europe server & US server .. make sure you use the right one.
I am trying to get the setup, but i whenever I put the details into the dlink settings it says access denied wrong pass/username?
the FTP function of this camera is the reason you need this. combine this with Storage Made Easy which bridges FTP with any cloud storage and you have a cloud storage security camera for not very much money !! Image quality leaves alot to be desired, but FTP is a feature that rarely features on newer cameras.
eBay listing has ended item OOS. Time to expire ?
You are far better off with the hue sensors if you don't want the lights going on in the middle of the day. I have tried all sorts of others and they are all either too dumb or too slow to react.
Postage: £12.98 Economy Delivery | See details NO THANKS!
IFTTT has a fantastic user interface, you couldn't go wrong.
Does the mic on these work on Android phones?
Maybe we should get Buzz in here to sort this out...
Not at all just not seeing them as a deal and pointing out they're generic headphones available cheaper if not delivered by amazon.
Have I done something to upset you :S
Bet they're exactly the same inside made on same production line in same factory. Just paying extra as stored in an amazon warehouse and delivered by them. Same cheap headphones on the inside.
Hot. Every home should have one. More important than aerial behind your main TV stand these days!!
I stand corrected.
2 to 4 week Leadtime
Nope. Still available. Read the post where it says choose other sellers. It's defaulting to a third party seller fulfilled by Amazon which is more expensive, but you can order directly from Amazon for the price listed in this post.
Link to 8 port version: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/ol/B008PC1MSO/ref=mw_dp_olp?ie=UTF8&condition=new
Code no longer available. Any info on a new one please?
Ordered but code seems invalid now :(
Is the ethernet connector on the bottom of these plugs or the top - i.e. Do you need a lot of clearing from the plug socket to the floor in order to plug these in?
Unlike DT, it's difficult for me to attribute blame. I ran another test after rebooting the router and switching off two same-ring-main co-existing Zyxel pairs; Then ran the TP-link 1200 file transfer with only the TP-Link 1200 on the circuit: It looks like the file transfer is 20% faster maybe, down to 1m 22s from 1m 43s. Ring main wiring is not recent. Not often mentioned; one advantage is the powerline is harder to sniff than one's wifi. Good job I spelt that last word correctly. <3 The reason I got into Powerline is that the Virgin Wifi has never been very good for me through several Virgin cable speed and router upgrades.
I purchased a Dlink camera a few weeks ago to keep an eye on an empty rental property, it does give you peace of mind. The picture is not perfect, the sound is crackly, but is has given me a text message twice when people have entered the property (thankfully it was the letting agent on both occasions).......so HOT from me.
This is a very old model still being sold. I still have it but it is very basic and low quality picture . Also camera is fixed and does not move. Negative
Who takes video of clouds anyway? a pretty niche market I would have thought
I have this and it was pretty straightforward to setup at first. When I tried setting up with a new router then it was a bit trickier but got there in the end. It's ok for the price but not the best quality in the world. Ideal for keeping an eye on the dog whilst we are out though.
I have one similar to this, the picture is clearly low quality but then i don have problems streaming the video over a poor WiFi collection (like when i'm abroad). You can take a picture of any intruder but the quality would probably not be good enough to get a conviction. I have an alarm that rings me if it goes off so for me this is fine as a way of identifying if someone is in the house or if it's a false alarm.
Thanks, old ones from zyxel just packed in after about 3 years. Tplink ones I bought also packed in previously. Ordered, will give these a try.
I bought this a few weeks back when it was on offer for My Memory for £16.79. Works perfect on BT TV as the TP-Link 500's just didnt cut it (no idea why). Still worth the £19.99. Have some heat OP
As long as they have ethernet connections on their devices, this won't affect Wifi. At all
Shame no passthrough, but heat anyway
A few of these in the bedrooms will ensure there are no more whiney comments about the wifi signal around the house from the kids.
I have five TP Link plugs working but I had to use the method where you use the PC to name each plug the same and then they work without having to pair them. http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-1090.html
I bought 2 packs of these hoping I could use them with our existing Netgear homeplugs but they aren't connecting to our network. Is there any reason why they wouldnt work, other than brand name?
Can I use a set of 2 kits in one network to connect 3 devices?
Annoying high pitched sound from the units. Great customer service though and free returns so I have returned it. Cold though.
Looks like deal over quickly 47 still in stock aswell
Showing as £19.22 inc. vat Was £19.49 save £0.27
Thanks for the correction. Learn something new everyday 😁
that's not correct.
its a wifi extender not a powerline adapter. does not matter which mains circuit it plugs into as it picks up the wireless signal from your router and extends it. it does not send or receive broadband signal through your mains electric circuit like a powerline adapter. yes they work as we have one.
These only work when on the same circuit as your router.
Does the do the same as a home plug? I want to strengthen my outside WiFi range so could plug it in my garage where I get WiFi but the garage is in a different circuit board if that matters??
please expire, you cant get at this price.
will this work with bt infinity.
Check with your ISP first, Sky for example forbid you officially from using your own Fibre equipment and their router doesn't have a modem/bridge mode. Also, check for DD-WRT support as this could extend the life of a router security wise and provide additional features (speaking generically).
I had the D-Link 1000Mbps Powerline Gigabit Starter Kit though on the weekend and this worked perfectly with BT TV and with HD channels too. I tried the TP-LINK TL-WPA4226KIT AV500 Powerline before these and it use to buffer. THank OP for the find :)
I tested my old ones 200Mbps and the speed I got was 42Mbps, then I swap my powerline adapters to D-link and the speed I got was 120Mbps.
Anyone else received the homeplugs? A quick initial test shows a lowly 40Mbs & they're also significantly larger that the Netgear I already own. So looks like they're going back.
Yep three Dans in one small thread.
Don't see it. Only thing under a tenner is the wifi usb dongle.
that d-link app will allow u to play your files. it has cloud support
Is this better than the Virgin Media Superhub 3?
Does this allow you to access connected USB drives remotely? I.E when not connected directly to the local wifi? For example if I have media files on a connected USB can I view them when not at home?
how this compare to the TP-Link D20 router
Single band 2.4GHz only. Not a good spec in this day and age. Need 5GHz.
strange went to check out and said product no longer available, weird , got it now
still says 5 in stock
missed it OOS
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Do you have a link to instructions how to do this please. Thanks
I'm really late to this party....... apologies but just in case someone else happens upon this.... Did you try the powerline function that's built into your two Sky Q boxes?
I have a 24 mtr cat6 cable going from my router upstairs to a switch in another room downstairs, and I have rock solid fast connection.
Will these work with TP-LINK powerline adapters? I'm asking because currently i have TP-LINK adopters for a couple of years.
I have gigabit internet and my zyxels give me 160Mbps would this allow me to get higher than that through them?