All Netgear Discounts, Offers and Sale - March 2019
]£57.58 delivered at Amazon Also, note that the Sky Broadband router is the GT (108mbps) model of this very same router. I have one of those (the GT) and it's rather good.
mate go to amazon this is not a good deal no matter what you say voting very cold
modem routes are more the new rage :-(
Amazon have this for £37.77 without a USB adapter. If you add it, it goes above £49.99. This price including an adapter is actually cheaper than amazon if you add an adapter to it.
:-( mate please read amazon sell wireless modem/routers far cheaper than argos's inflation prices click on the link http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_ss_w_h_/203-3899008-5603969?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=wireless+modem+router&Go.x=10&Go.y=9
It is a draft N card and yes you need either the WN511B or WN311B to make the best of its "N" capabilities, although its still a pretty capable router in "G" mode, it syncs about 4 meg higher on my ADSL line than the router my provider sent
To make full use of this router you will need a Netgear Wireless Rangemax WN511B card. It's no good if you don't. Amazon were giving the card frree WN511B with the every Netgear router purchased ealier this year
Just use cheapie g cards. I doubt anyone seriously needs the speed unless they're running a wireless file server.
i think this will still be Draft N i don't think there has been a standardised version of N drawn up, what does this mean? it could potentially mean that if u buy a linksys, D-Link, or any other brand that uses the N format, they might not communicate due to using different standards. so be careful when using with other products
******, knew it was one of the two. thanks for correcting me. linksys=cisco linksys=cisco linksys=cisco linksys=cisco linksys=cisco linksys=cisco linksys=cisco linksys=cisco ok, got it
great, just got the last one from store.
A very loooooong thread, but here you go http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=282720 :lazy:
Found it...... http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=282720&page=7&highlight=%2Bvoip+%2Bnetgear+%2BTA612V Whoops !! Didn't see your reply !! Thanks
Try these two http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=309520&highlight=ta612v http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=282720&highlight=ta612v
None left in my local staples now. Checked tonight on the way home from work, there were 4 units left after my last trip - but they've all gone. Didn't realise you couldnt use two providers - one for incoming & another for outgoing - that was what I had planned to do... looks like time to do some research. @Tenex - do you have a link to the info on MSE, I've had a good look and I can't find much of use. Thanks Jav
Welcome johnnycool Thanks for this, you've saved me a bit of time looking as i was after one. :roll:
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have a look ]HERE. I bought a DG834 here for the MIL and it looks brand new to me! Quite a few rto choose from.
Bought one of these from PC World two years ago for £45 (boxing day sale). Never had any problems with it.
I have one of these as well, highly recommended. Very, very rarely loses signal. Great piece of kit.
Good point. wireless it'll be then so thanks for that. I can get a refurbished one DG834G (wireless) for 33.00 on Ebay. would anyone advise against it? Only 3Mths Guarantee but I figure if it was going to be a problem that it would be within that time.
Depends if you want to use your desktop next to the BT master socket, run a cable to another room (upstairs?) or go wireless. I doubt you'll find another DG834GT @ £17.97.
Yeah expired unfortunately :santa: Thanks for the pointer :santa:
Says £79.99 now :(
I'll second that. I bought this model a year ago and it eventually failed due to overheating and I have to have it's replacement on a cooler pad and it still occasionally drops the connection. :x
I have a Netgear router and wouldn't buy another one - it goes through phases of dropping the connection, particularly in warm weather... it's nothing to do with the firewall but is a known problem (if you google it) with the model I have (which looks similar to this one but mine is only a router, not a modem-router)... they overheat and the solution is either to unplug them overnight to cool down or to cut holes in the plastic casing... My old Linksys was better.
And remember to encrypt your wireless... don't be like my next door neighbour ;0
Well it arrived today and it is working great. I am just using the standard built in centrino wireless on my laptop and am getting around 25-50% better speeds, with no deadspots in my house (unlike before with my speedtouch 780). I haven't even tried the laptop card that came with the bundle - I may just keep it sealed and sell it. Well pleased :)
Thanks for the info. Mine should be here 2moro (1 day turnaround!), and I'll post here how I get on.
Hi Guys I have got this router (infact I've now got 3, 1 at home and 2 at work) they are all working really well, offering fast network speeds and so far no drop outs :) PB
Sounds familiar - it was the one with all the (pointless) blue flashing lights on the top. I must say that they are very happy with it as it has really reduced the drop outs they used to get. It is just that I was expecting a better improvement in the connection quality. Dave.
Wow ferengi thats a good price - I've been searching all evening trying to shave a few pounds off! Grand Total £98.40 inc VAT @ (Lite 3 Day) (better than ebuyer super saver anyway!) I think I might give this router a punt - and stay away from the netgear software and use windows? (have you tried this ferengi?) edit/ 5% quidco too (£3.99) great find!
Dont know about that but the one advertised is not the 1 you are talking about its the DG834G...so what you said does not count for this model, this model is exactly like mine and i cant complain 1 bit even the technical helpline are brilliant people :thumbsup:
The DG834G and GT models are both excellent. But be warned the newer DG834PN has exceptionally poor wireless range, even though it is quoted as being twice as far as the earlier models. From our experience it is FAR worse than the G / GT's and does not like to be anywhere near a microwave oven - which is not a problem for the older models.
VERY true i bought mine over a year ago also paid round that price so this is very good price..:)
I think you can get the same deal at Amazon for £55.86 ]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Netgear-Wireless-Firewall-Router-4-port/dp/B0000TZ8Z8/ref=sr_11_1/026-9203320-3750857?ie=UTF8 The DG834G modem costs £55.86 but you can claim the WG111 adaptor for free if you order it at the same time. To get free delivery, remeber to select the super saver delivery option.
I can highly recommend this have had it for over a year without any problems it is a bargain, i paid over £120 for mine.
does anyone know if you can just use one of these instead of the rather expensive Xbox360 wireless adapter, or does it not work like that ?? cheers.
£1.20 drop within a day.... Thanks margamboy :)
Getting cheaper............Now £16.99
I bought 3 from ebuyer the other day but only because I bought many products from them and wanted to received them together... not much more expensive from ebuyer... and I checked amazon first...
Yeah, that's all you need dude
If you're with a cable provider, you will have a cable modem therefore this device will work with a cable connection. John
This wont work with cable broadband as you have to have a cable modem. All this does is route network traffic thats why its called a router.
According to the description this is a router so it will work with cable broadband- what you've described is a wireless access point. John
I have one of these. For cable use - just plug the supplied (by TW/NTL) cable modem into the back. For ADSL use - you need a standalone ADSL modem with ethernet out e.g. ]http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/48448
Tanks for that, me being stupid but I nalways see them listed as OK for ADSL or cables etc and am looking ou for a cable one for my brother.
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Thanks to Arzon for showing this is still available :)
Draft-N is not great, Pre-N is good.
Thanks for this Ray :)
This is still available and at £56.57 delivered! Thanks for the original post bluep ;) Please vote on ALL deals and leave reputation where it's due! Thanks :)
Very good deal, will get my mate to get himself 1 of these. got a linksys wrt54gs-uk with usb2 adapter for my cable broadband :)
The comment wasn't aimed at you ODonny, sorry if you thought that. When I arrived here the deal was in the minus numbers, but I knew it wasn't you as you had nothing but positive comments. Other members are using the negative vote a lot lately, and if it is used, we would love to know why :thumbsup:
Hi again - I don't want you people thinking that I gave a negative vote - I didn't and gave a reputaion vote to bluep as well - well done.
Please vote fairly on all posts - if you feel the need to leave a negative vote, please make a note in the post stating why this is. If the deal is useful, please give the OP some reputation as well.
both are great deals on the card. the price on other sites averages out at around 100 quid as you mention. i wonder how aria and microdirect got such good prices on these. The 270mb pre-n adsl2 router that matches these cards is also best priced at microdirect as far as i can tell.
Yup yup, plus the price isn't likely to shoot up after Aria run out of stock.
true but its still less and if you live nearby you could save on the postage. To be fair aria and microdirect are close to one another in manchester.
Not bad, but the delivery takes it up a fair bit; £37.59 inc del.
i have three of these cards and the pre-n matching router and a number of other G and super G cards/gaming adapters and the seem to get on ok. I have 24mb broadband and the adsl2+ modem in the pre-n router works well too. hope this helps