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D-Link COVR-C1203/B AC1200 Dual band home mesh wifi at Amazon for £118.99
Found 29th Dec 2018Found 29th Dec 2018
Anyone that needs a 3 pack mesh Wi-Fi system might be interested in these. Cheaper than the BT discs as well as the Tenda MW6. Price looks pretty good after the Amazon price drop. … Read more

Picked up the BT whole home the other day and now I’m getting 200mbps on WiFi all over the house. 3 disc setup in the exact same locations as the Tenda was which delivered around 5-10mbps


Too close together? Or try linking via Powerline adapters.


Can recommend the MW3 - have in my house and my Mum's, just put in a set at my sisters. Can't go wrong at £50 a pair. Put in bridge mode, turn off existing WiFi and leave modem/router in place.


Not many on the market at present. I keep an eye on the Orbi which was on special the other day but the slower version which might be enough for most of us. There are only Linksys Velop, Netgear Orbi, DLink Covr 3000, and a few American brands which aren’t available here. The Asus etc had bad reviews. I wish Google would bring back a new version of their WiFi system as they use proper TMP chips for secure connections rather than the easy to crack WPA2.


Any recommendations for a good triband system that won't break the bank?

D Link DIR-882 Dual Band AC2600 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router @ Amazon for £59.99
Found 20th Dec 2018Found 20th Dec 2018
Its back on offer again Doing a little digging, it is using a MediaTek platform offering a dual-core 880MHz processor backed by 128MB of memory and 128MB of NAND Flash. The Wi… Read more
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Thanks - I’ll give that a go but the problem seems to be with the range, speed of the connection is fine. Anyway, it’s worth a shot, thanks for the advice!


Had an issue with a previous one that Amazon replaced, the QOS was faulty and it was severely restricting throughput. you may have the same issue. You can reset the firmware by switching off the router, holding the reset button in, switch on, keep holding for 10 secs. Then it will ask you to reload the firmware. But the problem kept occurring as soon as i tried to set any QOS settings.


Good info. I'm in a Barrett's house so there shouldn't be any issues with the signal penetrating the wafer thin walls, definitely sounds like I have a faulty one...


That sounds like the issues I have. If you do a quick search you'll see it's the router issue a lot of people are having, it can't handle the load - known issue


Much appriciated for the detailed explanation, thanks!

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D-link Dir‑882 Exo Ac2600 Mu-mimo Wi-fi Router £50.49 delivered @ Box
Found 13th Dec 2018Found 13th Dec 2018
Fantastic bit of speedy bit of kit for just under £51, supports speeds of upto 2533Mbps. Might be the ideal time to upgrade from your ISP's standard routers if you're not happy wit… Read more

Enable DHCP, switch off both sh3(in modem mode) and dlink than wait 1min, switch on dlink, after about 1 min switch on sh3. Only one ethernet cable should be connected to sh3.


Can anyone tell me how to connect this to my VM SH3 in modem mode? I've had it working this way since buying the DLink nearly a month ago and everything was working fine. Now the DLink is playing up. I've reset everything and started from scratch... Set the VM in modem mode disabled DCHP in the DLink but no joy.. All the lights on the DLINK are green except the internet globe that does not light up at all. The ethernet cable is connected to the Lan on both boxes. Can't for the life of me figure it out. The VM has been unreliable.


Thank you good sir! Synology, or even a dedicated mini-pc it is.


Sorry to hear. I think if you only need better Wi-Fi coverage a 'Mesh' system could do you good - Tenda do the Nova MW3's which are not too bad for their discounted deal prices of £45-60 (depending on whether you need 2 or 3 units) - have a look at the HUKD deals about them - plenty of positive reviews from practically everyone who owns them: https://www.hotukdeals.com/search?q=mw3


Yes, and it's still rubbish

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D-Link DCS-932L Wireless Day/Night Cloud IP Home Camera UK Model - White for £14.99 prime (+£4.49 Non) Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 13th Dec 2018Found 13th Dec 2018
Arrives before Christmas. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Gift-wrap available. The DCS-932L Wi-Fi day/night camera is a complete surveillance solution for your home or s… Read more

Cold . I have this, bought few years ago . Very poor camera .


Use one of these to watch our baby, it has sound too. For £15 it’s actually really good. Night vision is clear too. We just use to put on iPad so we can see and hear. I wouldn’t want to use for anything else, but watching/listening to babies, it’s fine for that


1/5” VGA progressive CMOS sensor Cold, I've paid less for 1/3" 960p with IR cut. If you don't need night vision, you could get better image quality from a budget ~£10 reconditioned android phone with an onvif compliant camera app installed on it.


I upgraded the firmware on mine and it stopped me being able to connect from Chrome or Firefox! Works from ie or Safari....


spend a bit more and get the xiaomi dafang camera, it is a different class product that is what i upgrade to from these horrible things

D-Link DIR-878 Dual Band EXO AC1900 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router £44.99 @ Amazon Deal of the day
Found 3rd Dec 2018Found 3rd Dec 2018
MU-MIMO with Advanced AC SmartBeam dramatically improves the wireless range, allowing you to minimise lag whilst gaming online, watch 4K movies, browse the Internet with … Read more
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Thanks - think I'll pass.


It is very straight forward but it is best that you do some reading up beforehand because you can potentially end up with no wifi if this is the first time you've ever got stuck in.


Thanks - but I have never actually had to configure one. Is it complicated? Are there many different items to alter?


It does support DD-WRT though


Not if you configure the WiFi identically.

D-Link GO-SW-5G 5 Port Gigabit Easy Desktop Switch UK Model £8.99 @ Amazon Sold by Buyur and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 3rd Dec 2018Found 3rd Dec 2018
Connect all of your devices with Gigabit speed Gigabit ports allow you to connect up to five devices for fast file transfers and smooth media streaming Effortless high speed netw… Read more

Ah did not notice speed! Will cancel that and get this instead


That one is only fast not gigabit




Nice compact switch


Any deals on 8 port switch? Thanks

D-Link DIR-878 Dual Band EXO AC1900 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router £44.99 @ Amazon
Found 3rd Dec 2018Found 3rd Dec 2018
MU-MIMO with Advanced AC SmartBeam dramatically improves the wireless range, allowing you to minimise lag whilst gaming online, watch 4K movies, browse the Internet with more devic… Read more

Well, its fairly unstable. Keeps rebooting, sometimes wouldnt save settings, for some reason I couldnt sync the PPOE, but the same settings 30 minutes later would sync. Then it would break again. There are not many active users of this board, so I guess it just needs a bit more work for a stable board. Even the stock firmware isnt stable, google it there are loads of people complaining that it reboots once per hour etc.


I did the latest firmware update as soon as I got it.


With the default firmware?


I got one in the Ebuyer and have been using it. Been working well and has great range but I notice in one of the amazon reviews someone says their iPhone keeps disconnecting and asking for a password. My iPhone 7 is doing the same, it then takes 3 or 4 attempts at entering the password correctly before it accepts it. All other devices are fine which is strange.


That's concerning. Got some in the ebuyer deal. Was going to keep one for myself and flash it to DD-WRT immediately. When you say support isn't ideal what do you mean

D-Link WiFi Smart Plug, with Amazon Alexa (Echo) and Google Home Assistant and IFTTT  UK Plug  £11.99 Del w/code - Sold by Buyur / FBA
Found 3rd Dec 2018Found 3rd Dec 2018
On and off control - turn your home appliance on and off from your phone Access from anywhere - control from anywhere with the mydlink app Automatic scheduling - turn on/off your… Read more



One down side of the dlink and tplink plugs is that they're overly big and bulky. You can't plug them side by side on allot of 4+ way extensions. The sonoff one by comparison are allot better design, smaller and compact, only downside being the maximum wattage being lower which is not ideal. The sonoff are only rated at 10amp which is fine for table lamps but you wouldn't want to be using higher load devices like heaters and kettles. The whole using multiple manufacturer apps is pretty standard with the whole smart home thing unless you're intending on sticking with one manufacture. It doesn't really matter though if the devices you've bought are supported with GOOGLES HOME app. If they're supported and can be linked to googles app that enables you to manage different supported manufacture smart devices all from one app and even use google assistant to control them via voice using your mobile, tablet, google mini/ home devices as well. Its the same with Philips hue lighting etc..




Shows as £19.99 now (Prime)


Thanks. Only 3 left

D-Link DES-1008D 8-Port Fast Ethernet Unmanaged Desktop Switch UK Model £5.99 Prime / £10.48 NP - Sold by Buyur and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 3rd Dec 2018Found 3rd Dec 2018
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control 8 10/100Mbps ports Switch capacity: 1 Gbps Address table: 1024 entries MTBF: 116,186 hours

I understand the Gigabit snobbery but a lot of devices are getting less data hungry with high compression rates. CCTV cams are a great example. Great for dirty little offices that don't care about trunking ports so they can cheap out on structured cabling.


Other day was walking home from the station on phone to a friend. Got to a cross road and noticed on the grass poorly hidden under an old door was around 10+ boxes off this d-link. All sealed, just wet boxes. I ended up picking up 2 boxes, just for the sake off it. Got home opened one. Brand new. I didn't bother going back for the rest. Was a bit of a walk. Funny how these then came to be a deal on here. (y)


I agree with the Gigabit sentiment for future-proofing. However...the vast majority of home internet users will not have a single device that could utilise close to 100Mb/s. This is a good device for networking up, say, a Hue hub, Hive hub, CCTV box, NAS, Samsung TV, A/V Amp.


Not so fast ethernet. Spend a bit more on a gigabit one.


Yes, please do yourself a favour and look for gigabit instead!

D-Link DES-1005 5-Port Fast Ethernet Unmanaged Desktop Switch UK Model £3.99 Add On Item  / Minimum Spend £20 @ Amazon
Found 3rd Dec 2018Found 3rd Dec 2018
The DES-1005D 5-Port Fast Ethernet unmanaged desktop switch is a five port fast Ethernet switch that allows you to quickly set up a wired network Connect the DES-1005D to multiple… Read more

Can't vouch for that model.. But yes to the gigabit addition:) I have a GS108 TP-Link and an SG105 Netgear both metal as that's what i was advised at the time..both have been fit and forget..


Bought the 8 port for £5.99 with free delivery!


Bargain for what it is. Heat added. Most residential broadband connections are <100mb/s. Unless you're FTTP, G.fast or Virgin Media or HyperOptic or something, you're probably less than 80mb/s. So for consoles, set-top boxes etc you won't notice the difference between this and gigabit. If you are on a 300mb/s Virgin Media connection etc, then absolutely pay extra for gigabit if it's to hook up your computer or games console. If you're a bit geeky, pay even more again and make sure you have at least one managed "smart" gigabit switch in your house or in your kit. If you ever have to troubleshoot something weird with your network, it can be worth its weight in gold.


This one? https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B008PC1FYK/ref=psdcmw_430573031_t3_B0002AEWMA


go Gigabit... , on offer theyre not that much more...

D Link DIR-882 AC2600 EXO MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router 59.99 @ Amazon
Found 29th Nov 2018Found 29th Nov 2018
Next step up vs previous D-link router deal for only 2gbp more! Reviews decent :) https://www.techadvisor.co.uk/review/wifi-routers/d-link-dir-882-exo-ac2600-review-3671728/ htt… Read more
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When was it £19?


Yes it supports dd-wrt


hmmm didn't realise this was a 3rd party seller (Buyur) rather than Amazon, though obv fulfilled by Amazon


I bought the AC1900 a few days ago when it was £19 on here. Absolutely a great bit of kit and the range is amazing compared with my sky hub.

D-Link DCS-8000LH/B Mini 720p HD WiFi Camera - displays video on Echo Show / Spot £17.99 (Prime) / £22.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 27th Nov 2018Found 27th Nov 2018
Usually around £40-£50, this is the cheapest its ever been on Amazon according to the 3camels. I submitted this as a deal two weeks ago at £29.99 and that was a great price even th… Read more
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its back on again at £17.99, not sure for how long so I may as well keep this deal as expired !


I've set up price alerts with the camel camel camel web site :)


You know when to look and pounce! :{


Its strange, I got one 2 weeks ago at £22.99 and one this week at £17.99


Must be some sort of temporary price error/glitch

D-Link DIR-878 Dual Band EXO AC1900 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi - £17.96 @ Ebuyer
Found 26th Nov 2018Found 26th Nov 2018
802.11ac wireless with MU-MIMO and AC SmartBeam 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet WAN port for fastpaced Internet access Concurrent dual-band Wi-Fi with combined speeds of up to 1900 … Read more
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Not mine :/


Was just having a look on ebay for this router and stumbled on all 10 of your listings (lol) Well done for selling your first one for £64.99 but you gonna have some trouble shifting those 12 officejet printers (y) https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/subzdealz/m.html?item=302978986911&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562


Sorry meant "If you're using your sh3 in MODEM mode..."


No, it's in modem mode..


If you're using your SH3 in router mode it won't be on. This might help: https://www.which.co.uk/news/2018/02/virgin-media-wants-to-use-your-hub-as-a-hotspot/

D-Link DIR-878 Dual Band EXO AC1900 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router £58.85 @ amazon
Found 26th Nov 2018Found 26th Nov 2018
MU-MIMO with Advanced AC SmartBeam dramatically improves the wireless range, allowing you to minimise lag whilst gaming online, watch 4K movies, browse the Internet with more… Read more

Bought one of these but unfortunately it's on its way back. Much as I like DLINK gear, this router is flawed. It throttles bandwidth for some inexplicable reason on some of my devices (but not all), took me a while to figure out that it was doing this. On 5GHz channel, it throttles to <10Mb/s, on 2.4GHz to <2Mb/s. I can't figure out why it is doing this - I switched back to my previous Plusnet HubOne and confirmed this was the router that was doing this, and not the devices. So it seems to be applying some sort on non-configurable QoS randomly to some devices. For those which it didn't do this for, the throughput was blisteringly fast and the coverage much better and stronger than my HubOne....but that's not much good if it doesn't do that for every device. And yes, firmware was updated to latest 1.12.


Guys, recently signed to TalkTalk and the device they supply is awful, in fact on 2nd one. Is this a direct replacement, if not, how would I get this working?


Yes. When you get over 20 or so WIFI connections (which isn't really hard in a household of phones, tablets, watches, laptops, Rokus, Nintendos, music streamers) it all goes to pot on the good ol Vrigin Hub.


Massive difference isn’t it. All drop outs are gone. The super hub simply can’t manage multiple connections.


Thanks very much for suggesting that. I ordered it and haven't had a single device dropout on WIFI since yesterday. When I think of all the hours I've wasted trying to believe I could get Virgin Hub to work properly... arggg (mad)

D-Link DCS-932L Wireless Day/Night Cloud IP Home Camera £17.49 D Link at Amazon Prime / £20.98 non Prime
Found 25th Nov 2018Found 25th Nov 2018
https://www.amazon.co.uk/D-Link-DCS-932L-Wireless-Night-Camera/dp/B004P8K24W/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1543079649&sr=8-3π=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=d+link&dpPl=… Read more
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Another one agreeing with the above. Not a great product.


Just to back up what's already been said. I've had this for well over 2 years and it's not great. Very poor quality sound and not much better video. Get something else for the money.


These actually have one good feature that you don’t find in many cameras and that’s the ability to send you an email with 6 attached photos in succession. This is a great way of recording on motion and completely free, no cloud storage required. It will continue to send you emails if it detects movement at predefined intervals that you can set in the cameras web app, you have to connect to the cameras ip and login to set up the more advanced settings. Yeah quality is not great but it’s ok it will do 640x480 vga.


I would still try, just tell them it's not fit for purpose, you've nothing to lose.


Was just over a year ago, think they would tolerate that? Also, it was on Prime Now, which is why I didn’t even try

D-Link DCS-2802KT-EU mydlink™ Pro Wire‑Free Camera Kit £310.49 Delivered @ Box
Found 20th Nov 2018Found 20th Nov 2018
Great price for this all in one kit from D-Link. Wire Free kit comes with 2 WiFi and battery powered cameras, with a FullHD 1080p resolution. IR illumination for night viewing at 7… Read more

I've been using mine for just over a week (moderate to heavy) and they are both around 80% still. One of the main reasons I went for these was because they actually have a couple of batteries in them, where the arlo only has the one.


How long "avergae" batteries last? Anyone got one? Thanks.

D-link dgs-1008p 8 port Poe switch £34.49 + £4.95 del @ Box
Found 19th Nov 2018Found 19th Nov 2018
Have been looking for a cheap poe switch for cctv camera system, preferably supporting gigabit speed. This seems a good price for one from a known manufacturer. 4 x 15.4W power b… Read more

It’s your cameras that are bought to be 1080p not the switch 🙈 (lol) The 1008p is just a model number. This switch is perfectly good for transmission of 1080p ip cameras


Cold, not 1080p

D-Link DGS-108 Gigabit Unmanaged Metal Desktop Switch 8 port, £12.99 at Amazon(+4.99 delivery non-prime)
Found 18th Nov 2018Found 18th Nov 2018
Built-in D-Link Green Technology Rugged metal housing In expensive Gigabit solution for small and medium business Five/eight 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit ports 10/16 Gbps switching… Read more

Sorry I went off track a little there. I must be more dumb than the switch talking about IP addresses lol. I meant MAC addresses. From my IP address comment you wouldn't know it but I have experience in this area and I know never to assume anything. When it is possible to access an air gapped computer then anything is possible.


It's an unmanaged, dumb, layer 2 switch. Layer 2 security aside, It doesn't know what IP addresses are. Let's say you were able to 'leverage' your way onto something with no IP address or management interface, the best you could get is a bunch of mac addresses. If you have a "weak link" somewhere else, then I'm willing to bet they would have all that and then some in which case, a switch is the least of your problems. It's a simple switch offering gig connectivity for a good price.


It's unmanaged "dumb" network switch there's literally nothing there to hack. Plus you can't just claim all of one company's products have security holes in them, unless you've proof they're all bad? But you can't claim an unmanaged network switch is a security risk that's madness & might scare other non-proficient users off purchasing for no reason. Sure you could buy a much more expensive managed switch & lock things down but then by the nature if having a more advanced device you actually potentially create an attack vector by trying to minimise your security risk.




Only if the switch offered external access or someone had access to your network already...

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