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$99.74 list($169.99)
21. D-Link DI-784 Tri-Mode Dualband
$74.99
22. D-Link WRLS RANGE EXTENDER 802.11G
$74.09 list($99.99)
23. D-Link DWL-G800AP Wireless 802.11g
$40.82
24. D-Link DUB-H7 Hi-Speed 7-Port
$97.99 $89.99 list()
25. D-Link DI-808HV 8-Port Cable /
$242.68 list($299.99)
26. 10/100TX Ethernet Camera, Built-in
$188.99 $145.00 list()
27. D-Link DVC-1000 I2EYE Broadband
$127.99 list()
28. D-Link BROADBAND GAMING RTR-10/100/1000MBPS
$113.99 list($169.99)
29. D-Link DWL-7100AP Wireless Access
$56.88
30. D-Link DP-301P+ Fast Ethernet
$285.99 list()
31. D-Link 16PORT 10/100/1000 GBIT
$65.54 list($99.99)
32. D-Link AirPremier AG DWL-AG660
$37.99 $33.00 list($49.99)
33. D-Link DWL-G510 Wireless PCI Adapter,
$174.79 $139.88 list($219.95)
34. D-Link DI-824VUP Cable/dsl Rtr
$210.90 $209.99 list($299.99)
35. D-Link DCS-2000 Internet Camera
$30.37 list($39.99)
36. D-Link VisualStream DSB-C310 PC
$105.44 list($129.99)
37. D-Link DP-G310 Wireless Print
$62.99 $61.99 list()
38. D-Link AirPlus DWL-810+ 2.4 GHz
$79.99 $79.88 list($99.99)
39. 10/100TX Network Storage Adapter,
$94.04 list()
40. D-Link DWL-2100AP Wireless Access

21. D-Link DI-784 Tri-Mode Dualband 802.11 a/b/g Wireless 108 Mbps Router
list price: $169.99
our price: $99.74
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Asin: B0001CLYAW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 2700
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Features

  • Up to 108 Mbps with D-Link 108AG Technology
  • Sophisticated firewall protection, easily configuredthrough a web-based interface
  • Includes packet bursting, FastFrame, Compression and Encryption, and Turbo mode to provide enough bandwidth for audio/video streaming
  • New Integrated Cable Diagnostic Utility to check and maintain your cable and its connections

22. D-Link WRLS RANGE EXTENDER 802.11G ( DWL-G710 )
list price: $74.99
our price: $74.99
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Asin: B0006698SS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 2699
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

D-Link, the industry pioneer in wireless networking introduces the latest product in the AirPlus® G family designed to increase the range of your wireless networkthe DWL-G710 Wireless G Range Extender.

For users seeking a simple solution to improve the reach of their wireless signal within their home or office, the DWL-G710 is the answer. This Wireless Range Extender takes an existing 802.11g wireless signal and repeats it to enable wireless connectivity in the basement, patio, garage or any dead spot areas where your original wireless signal could not reach.

The DWL-G710 Wireless Range Extender is capable of repeating the signal of virtually any 802.11g wireless router or access point out on the market today. At the same time, the DWL-G710 can still communicate with other 802.11b/g wireless client devices.

Setup takes only a couple of minutes and keeps your network free from additional cables. After quick configuration, place the Wireless Range Extender in close proximity of your wireless router or access point and begin offering a reliable connection to the rest of your home.

The DWL-G710 Wireless Range Extender also features 128-bit WEP encryption for secure wireless communication over the network. With this level of security, your data is kept safe from the prying eyes of unauthorized users.

The DWL-G710 Wireless Range Extender is the most cost efficient solution for increasing the range of your wireless network.

Note: Maximum wireless signal rate based on IEEE Standard 802.11g specifications. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors lower actual data throughput rate.

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Features

  • Takes an existing 802.11g wireless signal and repeats it
  • Enables wireless connectivity in the basement, patio, garage or any dead spot areas
  • Works with virtually any 802.11g wireless router or access point on the market
  • 128-bit WEP encryption for secure wireless communication
  • Setup takes only a couple of minutes

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars It works very well for me.
I am a complete newbie regarding routers.However, even I was able to set up this extender and configure it properly.I did have to call tech support, because I couldn't get my browser to connect to the device.Turning off the Windows firewall and changing to a static IP solved this issue.Now, its working beautifully.The tech support on the phone was actually quite courteous...much better than I expected.

1-0 out of 5 stars What a joke
Don't bother with this (and for that matter D-Link).I've spent several hours trying to get the range extender configured. First tried connecting to a Belkin router but was told by d-Link support that the chances of doing that were 50/50.Try 0%.So being the loyal fool that I am, I went out and purchased a d-Link 624 router.I have to say that I'm very pleased so far with the 624 but when the 710 wasn't recognizing the network, I was told that the 710 will only work with the 624 with a different firmware version.Even though both of these units were purchased within the last week, I was told that the only option that I have is to return them and "look for a version of the 624 with the latest firmware".Sorry d-Link support.How about "look for another manufacturer"?

What a cluster....

4-0 out of 5 stars Extender works well
I bought it to extend my network and it does just that very well. It took a while to configure and costumer service wasnt a good as I'd like but I talked to the right guy and was up in minutes.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very poor
I've spent several hours configuring this, and I've decided that it's simply junk. I've tried with a Belkin router, and a Dlink 524 router, and cannot configure this thing to save my life.

There are surprisingly few things to configure on this repeater.You are not able to see if you are associated with any access points, and cannot see if there are any clients connected. ... Read more


23. D-Link DWL-G800AP Wireless 802.11g Range Extender
list price: $99.99
our price: $74.09
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Asin: B0000CEPA5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 2864
Average Customer Review: 2.44 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Up to 54Mbps
  • 2 Operation modes: Access Point & Repeater
  • 802.11b compatible when used as an Access Point
  • Security Features include WPA and 128-bit WEP encryption

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible product
I tried to use this as an extender for a D-Link 624 router. It works fine for around a half hour, then loses the connection to the router, disabling the internet connection of all computers on the wireless network. Repeated hard resets and rerunning of the setup utility are required to get it to work for another half hour before it dies again. Updating the firmware had no effect, and I don't have time to mess with tech support, so I returned it to Amazon. Instead, I bought a Hawking HAI15S directional antenna for my D-Link router, which improved my signal significantly, obviating the need for this range extender. It's also much cheaper.

1-0 out of 5 stars What More Can I Do For D-Link
At this point, about 5 days after receiving the range extender, I have spent more time on the phone with tech support than I have with my family. And it still doesn't work. The config is easy, but it still doesn't work. Power up, power down, reset. And it still doesn't work. The first level techs say they don't understand (with an accent). The second level can never be found. The third level only works M-F 9-5. Well, so do I, and I can't dedicate my entire life to making myself available at D-Link's convenience so that I can make their product work.

If they hadn't sucked the life out of me, it would have been funny. But my 624 router performance is fine if you are within 20 feet and no obstructions. As the D-link tech told me, "well, are there walls in your house?" Yes, I have one of those funny houses with walls. D-Link never figured on that. What a total, unmitigated disaster this piece of useless junk is. And I want D-Link to give me back the hours of my life lost to making its junk work.

Added 6/29/04: D-link tech finally tells me that this repeater is defective (duh). But their RMA mechanism is worse than their wares. It's a 32 step procedure that ends up costing even more money even though you've already paid for their defective equipment. If you should happen to be interrupted in the middle, you can't finish. The qualifications are ridiculous. And, as I've now found out, the defect rate on repeaters is extraordinarily high. Don't expect to get one that works on the first 3 tries.

3-0 out of 5 stars Works well, however...
After three hours and getting to the second level of Tech-Support, we were able to get this extender to work. It works very well and, really, there is NO OTHER option if you need to expand your wireless network.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Good Wireless Repeater
The DWL-800AP+ isn't officially supported by D-Link for repeating other brands of wireless access points. It's best to use this with D-Link APs only. I've heard of some working, but it's pretty random.

I use the DWL-G800AP as a wireless repeater repeating the signal of my DI-624 (wireless router). This repeats the 54Mbps 802.11g speeds and I find it very easy to use.
You don't need this repeater to be plugged into the network via wired connection for it to work, but you will need to when you are configuring it to work with your WLAN. Basically you plug it in, configure it, and unplug and set it in the optimum place for best repeating of the signal.
I hide mine behind a picture frame on the mantle and it works great and isn't seen.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Wireless Repeater for the DI-624 Wireless Router Only
After purchasing a DI-624 and having that one raouter cover so much ground (air?) with a wireless signal I wanted to cover the rest of my expansive house with wireless internet coverage. This little box is just what I needed. First you plug this box into one of the router's open LAN ports, then access it via web browser and configure it (about 2 mins) to work with your wireless network.

This box will see the DI-624 and you just need to set it in wireless repeater mode. Then go put the little box at about the edge of where you get no more signal from the DI-624. I used my laptop for this. If the 624 reached out say 100 feet from it's base with wireless signal I set this little repeater at about the 75 foot mark to make sure it got a strong enough signal yet still add adequate coverage for the rest of my home.

It's simple enough and it works reliably. After setting up as a repeater you don't need to worry about it anymore. ... Read more


24. D-Link DUB-H7 Hi-Speed 7-Port 2.0 USB Hub

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Asin: B00008VFAF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 4410
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Up to 40x Faster than USB 1.1
  • Works with USB 1.x Devices
  • 7 Ports to connect multiple devices to your computer
  • Plug and Play Installation

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Backward compatible with USB 1.0 and 1.1???
The product is and does what all the descriptions say. Looks good, nice and small etc. etc. It is, of course, backward compatible with USB 1.0 and 1.1, but I got a nasty surprise when I opened the box and read the "Quick Install Guide". Under the "tips" section, they state: "Connecting USB 1.1 devices to the DUB-H7 may cause all USB devices connected to the hub work at USB 1.1 speed. To ensure 480Mbps throughput for your USB 2.0 devices, do not connect USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 devices to the hub at the same time." Maybe this is common knowledge to a computer expert, but to me it wasn't! I have 1.1 and 2.0 devices which I want to connect, and now I have to start unplugging and re-plugging devices constantly? That's why I bought a hub with 7 ports in the first place! If I had known this, I would have bought two 4-port hubs: one for my USB 1.1 devices, and one for my USB 2.0 devices.

You can download the Quick install guide I am talking about at Dlink's website: http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=149 and click on "Install Guides" for the PDF format download. ... Read more


25. D-Link DI-808HV 8-Port Cable / DSL VPN Router

our price: $97.99
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Asin: B0000CEPDX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 9027
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Multiple VPN Tunnels
  • Firewall Security & Parental Controls
  • OS Independent
  • Features 10/100Mbps Auto MDI/MDIX Ethernet Ports

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars About time...
Finally, a sub $100.00 8 port switch/router/VPN/firewall with Stateful Packet Inspection and everything you need to get your SOHO safely connected to the Internet. There are other's out there, but nowhere near the features at this price range. Setup in place of an older Linksys HPRO200 router/firewall was about 10 minutes including wiring and cycling the cable modem. Rule sets will take awhile longer, but should be nice once it's done with configuration backup and restore features. ... Read more


26. 10/100TX Ethernet Camera, Built-in Microphone, Zoom Lens
list price: $299.99
our price: $242.68
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Asin: B0002Z45JA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 14514
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Features

  • Superior Image Quality with CCD Sensor
  • Captures Video in Low Light
  • Audio Output enables connection to powered speaker (Not included)
  • 4x Digital Zoom
  • 2-Way Audio Communication

27. D-Link DVC-1000 I2EYE Broadband Videophone

our price: $188.99
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Asin: B000088NO4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 1371
Average Customer Review: 4.78 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DVC-1000 i2eye videophone introduces the world of videoconferencing over the Internet, bringing you and your family, friends, and colleagues together. Because the DVC-1000 i2eye videophone is a standalone device, you do not need a computer to videoconference over the Internet.

The previously complicated process of conducting a videoconference is simplified with the DVC-1000. Connect a standard telephone and a television to the DVC-1000, plug in a standard Ethernet network cable connected to your broadband Internet connection, and you are ready to conduct real-time videoconferencing.

Using advanced video compression technology, the DVC-1000 videophone maximizes image and audio quality within the available bandwidth. The DVC-1000 can send and receive video at up to a full 30 frames per second. It is an ideal solution for consumers and small businesses with high-speed Internet access.

Easy-to-use setup wizards guide you step-by-step through the setup of the DVC-1000 videophone. You can be up and working in minutes. With the DVC-1000 it is easy to make changes to personalize your videoconferencing display.

The remote control that is included with the DVC-1000 allows you to easily answer an incoming videophone call or initiate a new one. The built-in caller ID provides privacy protection. You can know who is calling before you answer.

Be there real-time, anytime. You won't miss important communication with your friends, family, and colleagues with the i2eye DVC-1000 videophone. ... Read more

Features

  • Works with your existing broadband internet service
  • Connects to an ordinary telephone and TV
  • Picture-in-picture or full screen view
  • No PC required; remote control for easy operation
  • Audio/video privacy protection with built-in caller ID

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars We love it !
I bought a pair of this vidoe phone and fall in love with it.

I am relocating to another city. Really missing my sons since we could not have the whole family moved until summer. So I decided to buy a pair of i2eye.

We ended up with turn them on whenever we have a chance. My 6 year old also loves it. Most time I call, he will shut down his cartoon TV and jump up and down for a few minutes. Compare to a regular phone, he would just talk with me one sentence.

Something nice to have (not in the set yet): autofocusing or remote focusing. S-Video output to TV set (so higher resolution).

We are in the process of buying more for my parents and my wife's parents...

5-0 out of 5 stars WARNING: AOL Broadband isn't the real Internet
I have this product at my home and one at the office and it works both with my earthlink ADSL at home and the SDSL we have at work. The video quality is great, although not totally awesome, it is better than you expect. The audio is perfect with a phone plug into the back of this device. And amazon is wrong when it says; "Microphone required for sending audio." The i2eye comes with a built in mic, but it isn't the best of quality, that's why we use phones connected to them (cordless is preferred).

As far as AOL Broadband goes, yes this probably doesn't work with it. But either does XBox Live, some PS2 online games, and other devices like these. This is because AOL Broadband doesn't let you go online like everyone else. They keep you on their network so they can control advertisements, parental controls, and pop ups, etc. This is fine for regular web browsing, if being restricted on the Internet is fine with you, but for devices like that are gaining popularity, this is going to be a problem with AOL Broadband.
Technical Babble: AOL Broadband is basically software they make you use that "signs-in" to their internal network (VPN like) and you get a private IP like 10.x.x.x and everything you do goes through them and they can block any port or domain they want. Almost like they are a proxy you can't get rid of.

So the bottom line is that this product is great, but it isn't D-Link's fault AOL Broadband decided to go this route. So you can't blame this VideoPhone from D-Link for AOL's choices. If you really want to be able to do what you want on the Internet, get a real ISP, that gives you a real IP address, and doesn't make is mandatory you install their software.

I like this product and will recommend it to anyone, even if they have AOL Broadband, because this alone is a reason to switch ISPs. That's what AIM is for.

3-0 out of 5 stars WARNING: does not work with AOL Broadband!
What D-Link does not tell you is that this device will not work if your ISP is AOL, because AOL constantly changes your IP, and the I2eye does not address this. Also, as you know if you're on AOL, when you connect, you also sign-in to AOL, and again, the I2eye does not have "sign-in" software on board. We spent three hours on the phone with D-Link, AOL and Verizon, and there is NO work-around. Also, if you call D-Link, they will claim that they support "all ISPs" but when you tell them how AOL constantly reassigns IPs, they admit that they don't address this. Bottom line: you can't use this with AOL broadband.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Convenient and Well Worth the Price
Usage:
My family and I recently moved from back east to California and we are already missing friends and family. My son uses this to call his girlfriend (who also has an i2eye) on the East Coast. He ends up talking to her for hours, and since it cost nothing to call I don't mind. Plus our phone line is still open and now they can see each other face to face. He says that's the only way he calls her now.
The rest of the family uses this to call family back east.
We bought one for my parents and my wife's parents. My parents get a total kick out of being able to see their grandkids and they've all ready told me they can see them growing. Again all these calls are free because it uses our DSL connection.

Technical
The setup of this VideoPhone wasn't bad, but it did involve some port forwarding in our router. After setting ours up here at home (about 10-15 minutes) I was able to setup other family members' VideoPhone in about 5-10 minutes. Forwarding ports on the router is very easy to do, you just need to follow the instructions.
Making a call is as easy as dialing a phone number with a remote control. When you setup this i2eye you can enter whatever phone number you want to be associated with and all people have to do is dial that number to call your Video Phone. If you don't know the phone number you can dial by IP address, but most people don't know their IP address let alone someone else's IP address.
Once you have it setup with your family in the speed dial you don't have to remember anything except who you want to call and just select their name from a list you made. Very easy.
The video quality on these are surprisingly good. Sometimes you see some blurriness when there is fast movement, but it is nothing you can't handle. It is a small glitch that is easily overlooked seeing that you get to see and hear who you are talking to right on your TV. The audio quality is just like a phone when you plug in a phone to the back of this Video Phone. Plugging in a phone to the back of this device turns off the microphone and lets you use it like a phone. So we just sit back and talk on the cordless phone and watch on the TV the video. It makes it feel like you are on the phone as usual but you get a camera in their home.
This VideoPhone upgrades itself when there is new firmware, which is very convenient.

Overall
This Video Phone is a fun toy in our home that doesn't need maintenance, extra fees, or new hardware. All you need is a DSL or Cable connection, a TV, and if you have a home network you need a long enough cable, or wireless device to connect the i2eye to your network. The quality is great, the ease of use allows our kids to use it unsupervised, and all calls are free since it does use the Internet.

I would recommend this to people who have family that is too far to visit from time to time, or people who just want to jump into the future and make video phone calls.

The only thing I wish this could do is to call real phones. But that is wishful thinking and someone would find a way to charge you for calls if this actually could. So for now you can call other people who have an i2eye, and other video conferencing devices that use the H.323 protocol like someone who is using Microsoft net meeting or the like.

Bottom Line: Get one if you have the use for it, you and whom ever you call will greatly enjoy it. It is definitly fun to use and a sure conversation piece. Everyone who comes over and sees it wants to see it in action, then they want one for themselves.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Video Quality and Simple to Use
I like calling my family a lot more now that I can actually see and hear them. Plus all it costs to call my family across the state is my normal broadband internet bill. All I have to do now is select another video source with my tv remote, pick up the i2eye remote and speed dial my family. They pick up and suddenly I can see them live and on TV. It's amazing! I talk on the phone a lot anyhow, so I have my own wireless headset phone so I can wonder around the house and talk on the phone. Well i just plug in my wireless headset and suddenly I am talking with my family just like on the phone, but they also appear on my TV. I can't get over how cool this is for me. I get to see my little brothers and sisters a lot more often now.
Words can't describe how useful and worth the price this videophone is. bottom line is that this is fun to use, easy to use, and the quality of it makes it worth the price. ... Read more


28. D-Link BROADBAND GAMING RTR-10/100/1000MBPS 4PT SWCH ( DGL-4100 )

our price: $127.99
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Asin: B0006TIA0C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 17839
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29. D-Link DWL-7100AP Wireless Access Point w/SNMP, 802.11a/g, 108Mbps
list price: $169.99
our price: $113.99
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Asin: B0001CLYDO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 10356
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Transfer rates up to 108 Mbps, or up to fifteen times the speed of previous wireless devices
  • Versatility to use 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz when needed
  • Allow connection to almost any 802.11 network or device
  • Enhanced security features
  • Provides the most bandwidth coverage available in an access point

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars bad firmware worse technical support
The product shipped with defective firmware which causes it to reboot every few minutes. Drives you crazy when you are browsing because your browser will lock up. Dlink has a firmware fix you can find on their website, but when you download it you will not know how to install it in the WAP. Even worse, when you visit their website AGAIN and search for the instructions, they are wrong! The instructions tell you you MUST use a crossover cable [purchase it without reimbusement]
When you call technical support, you must penetrate to the 4th level before you can get the truth. There you will learn that a crossover cable is not needed. However,if you proceed without it you may void your warrantee.
This is a company which is poorly managed and does not deserve your business, shipping a known defective product and not able to tell you how to fix it without runing the risk of desrtroying it.

The antennas are NOT removeable, so don't expect to use an external gain antenna with it. ... Read more


30. D-Link DP-301P+ Fast Ethernet Print Server

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Asin: B00024ENYI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 8910
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Features

  • Provides direct connection to printer without printer cable
  • Supports all the major networking protocols
  • Easily configured using a web-browser
  • Great alternative to software-based printer sharing

31. D-Link 16PORT 10/100/1000 GBIT SWITCH ( DGS-1016D )

our price: $285.99
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Asin: B0002TPFZO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 13340
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32. D-Link AirPremier AG DWL-AG660 Wireless Cardbus Adapter
list price: $99.99
our price: $65.54
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Asin: B0001CLYCU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 3617
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Transfer rates up to 108Mbps
  • Versatility to use 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz when needed
  • Connect to any 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g wireless network
  • Enhanced Security Features

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Bugs in driver causes permanent disconnects esp. with weak s
This card, supposedly "AirPremier" really has bugs in its firmware and/or drivers. This is with the firmware version dated 5/27/2004 on their website. I live in a high rise in downtown Chicago and *everyone* has 802.11b/g wireless networks nearby. These other wireless networks often cause interference and disconnects on the 802.11b/g frequency band (approx. 2.4Ghz) because there are too many of them in close proximity. I figured I'd solve the problem by purchasing an a/b/g access point and a/b/g card. So I went out and purchased a D-Link DI-784 access point with two DWL-AG660 cards. I have setup an 802.11a(5Ghz) wireless network on this access point and have had troubles connecting to it and staying connected to it reliably. Here are the symptoms:
My computer will often get disconnected when I connect to my computer via remote desktop. When my computer gets disconnected instead of automatcally reconnecting it remain disconnected. I am using Windows XP. I must disable the network adapter and re-enable it to get it to re-connect to the wireless network.
Other times it will say it is connected, but when I go to use a browser or ping something there is no connection. Again, I must disable and re-enable the network card.
I have two cards which I have tried on two different laptops (Sony and Toshiba), I have spent many hours checking and re-checking my settings etc, and have worked with D-Link support to no avail. I am now ordering myself a Proxim ORiNOCO 11a/b/g Combocard Wireless PC Card. I have had excellent results with them in the past and hope the results will be good again.

-Chris

P.S. I am a software engineer ... Read more


33. D-Link DWL-G510 Wireless PCI Adapter, 802.11g, 54 Mbps
list price: $49.99
our price: $37.99
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Asin: B0001PFQ7G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 6215
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Up to 54 Mbps
  • Compatible with 802.11g and 802.11b
  • Increased Wireless Security with 802.1x and WPA
  • Great for Video Streaming
  • Quick and Easy Installation

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars awful - don't waste your time.
thought i'd suggest this to a friend to try. Complete waste of time. Intermittent setup problems with win xp, had to disable then enable all the time. XP configuration would only intermittently show out our home network that would always show up on netstumbler, even after disabling all security features.

I'm pretty good with computers, and can build a computer from parts. So despite some negative reviews, I was wondering how bad could this be? Well, it's going back in exchange for a linksys.

1-0 out of 5 stars BAD BAD BAD
This product is horrible. It took three calls to tech support to get it "working". It drops the connection all the time even when the signal is very strong. I am using a D-Link DI-624 router. I will be removing this card and returning it today.

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid! Avoid! Avoid!
Please save yourself a lot of wasted time. Go with a different brand. This card is very bad. It randomly rebooted my machine while I am surfing the internet. I reinstalled my old 802.11b card, no more unwanted reboot.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad
I have problems keeping connections. Sometimes I am connected but no data flows. Sometimes I stay connected for a very long time, sometimes not. Range from router has nothing to do with it, I had the same problems three feet from my router.

Very puzzling, unreliable performance. I plan on returning the item.

1-0 out of 5 stars Junk
This card could not hold a connection more than 5 minutes and then I had to battle to get it to reconnect. I am 5 feet from my wireless router that works fine with other wireless device. It also freezed my machine sometimes. After two calls to techsupport, the recommended that I return the unit, which is what I will do.

Don't waste your time. ... Read more


34. D-Link DI-824VUP Cable/dsl Rtr 802.11G Fw Swtch
list price: $219.95
our price: $174.79
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Asin: B0000CEPE6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 8453
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Multiple VPN Tunnels
  • Internet Sharing with Built-in 4-Port Switch
  • Firewall Security & Parental Control
  • Operating System Independent

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Addendum to my review
I had an intermittment problem where the print server would lock up. I would need to power cycle the router to fix this. Spoke with tech support last night and they had me download the firmware from the D-Link website and reinstall,even though its the same version as what was shipped. Did not work. I then had D-Link exchange my unit. Major hassle to do the exchange. Still have interimitent problem with print server locking up which requires reboot of router. Wireless connection also freezes up from time to time. Overall,not reliable.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Good,, but Heads Up on Print Server Setup
The wireless connection has good range in my home. I bought this for the print server. It works well with either my HP PSC 1350 all in one, or my Hp Deskjet 970Cse. I will use this with a laptop so that I can print without docking the laptop.

The only thing that tripped me up was configuring the Windows XP printer port setting. After installing the DLink print server software, the IP address for the printer server port setting automatically defaulted to the correct value, but would not actually work until I typed the value into the field.

Other than that, very good. ... Read more


35. D-Link DCS-2000 Internet Camera
list price: $299.99
our price: $210.90
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Asin: B000086TLE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 7025
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 320 x 240 video resolution
  • Built-in microphone
  • Ethernet interface
  • Includes IP Sentry surveillance software
  • Compatible with Windows 98 SE, 2000, Me, and XP

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent quality, excellent software
Well, I chose to ignore the blatant Axis commercial someone put here as a review. I own the D-link 2000 and the Axis. The Axis is more expensive, has poorer software and is a royal pain to set up and configure.

The D-Link, while suffering some low light issues, is a snap to configure and update, simple to set up as a live web-cam or security cam. It's included security software is great! I actually now have 6 D-link cameras set up as door monitors, security, and to watch the dog (seems to be a popular use - what do we expect them to do, dance?)

Bottom line - not a better bang for the buck!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good camera for the price
I have both the wired and the wireless versions of the 2000 series in my house and I've been pretty pleased with them. It's very easy to setup and get the basics working - I had a little trouble figuring out how to get my Linksys router to forward requests from outside the firewall to the correct camera but that has more to do with me being a bonehead than anything else.

I like the video survalence software quite a bit, the motion detection stuff is slick, easy to use and works well. Similiar feature sets on other cameras (i.e. Apex) will cost you quite a bit more.

Couple knocks that kept me from giving it 5 stars - the email notification stuff (Which works with just the logic built into the camera itself) doesn't fire off reliably. About 1 in 4 events did not result in email - however those same events always recorded with the video survalence software. Their on line knowledge base/support pages are kinda weak (no searching capability!). The picture could be better for outdoors - I'm looking into alternative CS lenses to see if I can improve it.

Over all those are minor knocks on what is really a great product over all.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful colors and sharp image
If you focus this just right you can do a whole lot of good for the image quality. We have it setup to send an image to an FTP server everytime someone comes to the front door of our office. We don't get a whole lot of traffic, so it works out ok. I can vouch for the motion detection since not just the front door is in view of the camera. we select the area of what the camera can see for motion detection. and have it upload an image when it sees movement within that area of what we designate.

This is all very simple to figure out and worth the short time it takes to set up. Our company is glad we purchased it and will likely invest in another if we ever need another camera or a new one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Excellent, with Good Picture Quality
This was setup to view my backyard a couple months ago by looking out a window from inside. I was able to watch my dogs from work or when I was on vacation. Now I have it setup inside to watch the front door. I also have it streaming on my home network and when anyone comes to the door I check who it is before I open it.

The audio works fine, but I don't use it anymore. The setup is very painless and you just need to follow instructions. Getting it up on a webpage is a little tricky but I did it eventually.
I like this camera and would recommend this to others.

1-0 out of 5 stars There are better alternatives
I tested this camera, and if you don't need the built-in audio support, the AXIS 2100 Network Camera is the industry standard and a better choice. Considerable better image quality, especially at lower light conditions, and at the same price. If you want even better functionality and performance Axis also has a professional series of surveillance network cameras, (but are at least twice as expensive). ... Read more


36. D-Link VisualStream DSB-C310 PC Camera(USB)
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00006SKKG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 5408
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Features

  • 640 x 480 video resolution
  • Built-in microphone
  • USB 1.1 interface
  • Includes ArcSoft PhotoImpression and VideoImpression software
  • Compatible with Windows 98 SE, 2000, Me, and XP

37. D-Link DP-G310 Wireless Print Server, USB 2.0, 802.11g, 54Mbps
list price: $129.99
our price: $105.44
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Asin: B0001NA2S6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 3344
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Built-in 802.11g functionality with transfer rates up to 54Mbps
  • Configure through Standard Web Browser application from anywhere on your network
  • Front display panel features an array of diagnostic LED's
  • Windows-based administrative program making set-up quick

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars DP-G310 okay but lacks best wireless security features
I followed the instructions for setting up the DP-G310 and it worked without a hitch on my DI-624 four computer (Wi and Et) home network. All computers (Win ME and Win XP) are able to print to the HP-5650 connected to the DP-G310 via Wi or Et connection. However, there is one thing I do not like about the DP-G310 - it does not support the WPA PSK Wi security protocol. I find it disappoint that DLink's DI-624 supports WPA-PSK but their only 802.11G print server, the DP-G310 does not support it. The DP-G310 only supports WEP so if that is selected than the entire network (DI-624 and any wireless devices on the network) security must also be set to the less secure WEP setting. DLink tech support said that they didn't know if a firmware upgrade to WPA PSK would be offered or not. I would not have purchased the DP-G310 if I had know it lacked the more secure wireless feature and was not going to be firmware upgraded to WPA PSK.

2-0 out of 5 stars Was it just me?
Maybe it was just me, but when I set this up I could either (1)print or (2) access the internet. I guess I wasn't as computer saavy as I needed to be, but I didn't have the time to figure it out. The Belkin wireless print server worked fine, printing from one wireless notebook within minutes after opening the box.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Second Unit Works LIke A Charm
I would like to share my experience with this print server - it took me only 15 minutes to get it setup and print the first page.

First unit I got is defective - it refused to talk to my router reliably. Exchanged for the second unit and this one works like a charm. I am able to print from my notebook and desktop to my Samsung Multifunction Laser printer - the print speed is FAST and feels similar to direct USB connection!

Here's my advice on setting this unit up under Windows XP
1) First connect the DP-G310 via regular ethernet cable (NOT cross-over cable) to your Router / Hub / Switch. From Internet Explorer (or Netscape) type http://192.168.0.10 to enter the DP-G310 setup. If it doesn't come up then you need to follow the instruction on setting your computer's IP address to within the range. Fortunately, I have a D-Link 802.11B router which automatically talk to the DP-G310 so I don't have to go through the trouble of manually set IP address on my computer.

(However, if you don't have a Router / Hub and you just want to connect the DP-G310 DIRECTLY to your computer's ethernet port then you will most likely need a cross-over cable and need to set IP address of your computer maunally as instructed in the manual.)

2) Once you enter the DP-G310 setup page you need to enter your router's name, any encryption (64 vs. 128 bit, etc). This part is explained in the installation instruction.

3) Carefully write down the name of the print port as directed in the instruction manual. You will need this name later.

4) Now, save the settings, and make sure your firmware is up to date (v. 1.10 as of 6/05/04). Unplug the power of the DP-G310. Disconnect the ethernet cable from the DP-G310 and the router. Now power up the DP-G310 again and look carefully at the WLAN light and MAKE SURE IT'S LIT!! It takes about 30 seconds to establish connection with your router. Once the WLAN lights up go back to your web browser again and trying to enter the DP-G310 setup again. IF YOU CAN'T BRING THE SETUP PAGE UP DO NOT PROCEED - your print server is NOT talking wirelessly to your router so you need to go back to hard-wire connection and make sure all your wireless settings are indeed correct.

5) If you can bring up the DP-G310 setup page "wirelessly" then you are ready to proceed to the next step - setup the printer. Now, this is where the instruction becomes a bit confusing. The installation instruction tells you to manually create a TCP/IP printer port first then select the printer driver; however, this assumes that the printer driver for your particular printer is ALREADY provided by Windows XP. In reality, this is not the case for majority of the newer printers out on the market. If Windows XP does not already have built-in driver for your printer I recommend you do the following first:

For example, if you want to print from your notebook wirelessly to a USB Laser printer, THE FIRST THING TO DO IS INSTALL THE USB DRIVER OF THAT LASER PRINTER ONTO YOUR NOTEBOOK using a regular USB cable and make sure your notebook can print through the USB cable first.

After the printer is setup to print through USB cable, disconnect the USB cable, open the "Printer Folder" window, right click your printer, and goto "properties". Now click the "port" tab. Click "add port", click "Standard TCP/IP Port", and click "create new port". Now just follow the direction in the instruction manual - it's straight forward from this point on.

Although it may seem complicated but for me it's a smooth process and only took me about 15 minutes - now my desktop and my notebook both print wireless to my Samsung Laser Multifunction which connect through USB cable to DP-G310.

I hope the above information may be helpful.

1-0 out of 5 stars BUYER BEWARE!!!
I spent over 3 hours trying to get this printer server to work with no luck. A call to tech support was promptly answered (the only reason there is even one star) and I was informed that my printer was not supported (an HP OfficeJet G85xi)! Well, normally that might be understandable, but there was no indication on the box, web site or printed quick installation guide that only some printers are supported. The full 88-page user manual, on the enclosed CD-ROM, has two pages at the back that list supported printers (not many). To access that same manual from their web site requires that you download it and unzip it.

Even if your printer is supported, be prepared for an involved installation process (the box claims "Easy Installation"). Anything that requires manually setting a computer's IP address is not something for a casual user to undertake. I've programmed computers for years, and installed a few networks at work and home, and it was still a slow installation.

Finally, if you connect directly to the server with your computer, you need to use a cross-over Ethernet cable. That was something else not clear from the supplied installation instructions.

This was my first experience with a D-Link product, and it may be my last.

1-0 out of 5 stars BUYER BEWARE!!!!
I spent over 3 hours trying to get this printer server to work with no luck. A call to tech support was promptly answered (the only reason there is even one star) and I was informed that my printer was not supported (an HP OfficeJet G85xi)! Well, normally that might be understandable, but there was no indication on the box, web site or printed quick installation guide that only some printers are supported. The full 88-page user manual, on the enclosed CD-ROM, has two pages at the back that list supported printers (not many). To access that same manual from their web site requires that you download it and unzip it.

Even if your printer is supported, be prepared for an involved installation process (the box claims "Easy Installation"). Anything that requires manually setting a computer's IP address is not something for a casual user to undertake. I've programmed computers for years, and installed a few networks at work and home, and it was still a slow installation.

Finally, if you connect directly to the server with your computer, you need to use a cross-over Ethernet cable. That was something else not clear from the supplied installation instructions.

This was my first experience with a D-Link product, and it may be my last. ... Read more


38. D-Link AirPlus DWL-810+ 2.4 GHz Ethernet-to-Wireless Bridge

our price: $62.99
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Asin: B000088NO6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 1796
Average Customer Review: 3.56 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed to let you connect your PlayStation 2, XBox or GameCube to a wireless network, the AirPlus DWL-810 sports transfer rates of up to 22Mbps, an easy to install interface, and more.

The DWL-810+ will transform virtually any Ethernet-enabled device into a wireless device, enabling wireless communication over your network or in a peer-to-peer mode. Gamers can enjoy multiple-player video games on the Internet using your existing high-speed broadband connection, and your Ethernet-enabled printer can be shared as well--all without the use of long, annoying cables. You can also connect easily to a D-LinkAir, AirPlus, or other 802.11b-compliant wireless network. For security, the DWL-810+ features 256-bit WEP encryption. ... Read more

Features

  • Compatible with other 802.11b products
  • Easy to install, no software driver required
  • OS/Platform independent
  • Operating range of up to 328 feet indoors, 1,312 feet outdoors
  • 256-bit WEP for added security

Reviews (25)

4-0 out of 5 stars It worked on the second try...
Network hardware advertisements are chock full of plug and play claims. In most cases things come up automatically only in a perfect network. And any time you are trying to integrate a Playstation 2 into a mixed Mac and PC wireless network you are far from perfect.

After one struggle with the game connector created by the company that made all of the other non-Mac parts of my network, I was completely sure that my PS-2 was never going to see my cable connection in a million years. That one didn't do what it said it would do, took inordinate amounts of setup time and still didn't work right.

Sheer stubbornness convinced me to try an ethernet bridge as a second effort. I selected this D-link model, brought it up and, despite happily winking lights, refused to talk to anything - no matter what I plugged it into. Fearing I was facing the same insurmountable difficulty I relented, and read the manual.

Well, duh!! in about 10 minutes I discovered that the 810+ was using 192.168.0.30 as an address, and my subnet was set up for 192.168.1.x as the subnet. Using my portable, I disabled DHCP, changed the subnet and linked it directly to the 810+. Much to my surprise and delight, there was the administration screen, and I promptly changed the 810+'s subnet. I returned the portable to DHCP, reset the network (and detached the 810+, and there it was, live on the line.

The 810+ may be a bit cheaply made for it's price, but the simple fact is that I did get it to work with only a moderate amount of effort. It has a good management console built right in, a straightforward manual on CD and, above all, it does the job.

1-0 out of 5 stars if there was only a 0-star rating
DO NOT BUY THIS! I am a proud owner of several good products from dlink. I am a not so proud owner of 3 bad 810+'s. The first one configured fine. I decided to upgrade the firmware on it, and it crahed, not taking any firmware. OK every once in a while you get a bad one, so I returned it for a second one. That one crashed when trying to apply my wep key. It wouldn't take any firmware after a reset. Begrudgingly I recieved a third one. Again, while entering my wep key it crashed and wouldn't take firmware. I spoke to level 1 and 2 tech support from dlink. They then passed me on to an engineer in their engineering dept. Nobody could explain why this kept crashing. User error was eliminated, I work in IT and this is an easy piece to configure, far from my first. Other bad hardware on my side was elininated because the third one was configured on a different pc, different cat 5 different nic, etc. It is a bad piece of equipment and I will be getting a linksys very soon.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointment >:-(
Despite what the box and description say this is not an easy to setup product that isn't at all easy even with sufficient networking experience. Just the simple task of allowing your computer to communicate with the darn thing, which involves an annoying change to tcp/ip settings because it does not support Dynamic Host configuration.
Anyone looking for help from the manuals may as well forget it, this is one of the worst documented electronics I have ever seen, and even the PDF manuals that are stored on the included CD are useless.
Anyone who wants to use this thing with an encrypted network has got even more headaches to come as this is virtually undocumented altogether and painfully requires the user to insert all encryption key values manually, without the use of a hex generator. Frequently when accessing the Web browser setup the unit locks up, forcing total resets, restoring its memory to factory settings requiring all information to be re-entered.
After hours of work I still couldn't get the frustrating thing to speak to my Belkin Router. I arranged to return it for a refund the following morning!!

This is a poor product, and I do not recommend it!!
This is the first consumer product I have used from D-link and there is a good chance that it may be the last.
This was a complete waste of my time.

3-0 out of 5 stars can you connect this to a hub
Why can't someone state definitely that this can be connected to a hub to bridge multiple devices simultaneously

4-0 out of 5 stars Worked out of the box
This bridge worked great right out of the box and synched with the D-link AirPlus Router immediately. And contrary to one review, you can use this bridge with a hub to connect an established wired network, just make sure that if you have mac filtering on that you include the mac addresses of all the computers on the hub. I use this in a home network and haven't had any problems so far.

My only complaint is the user interface isn't as user friendly as it should be, and for the average user who wants to set up security, it may throw them off a little. ... Read more


39. 10/100TX Network Storage Adapter, 2 USB 2.0 Ports
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0002Z45J0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 4447
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Features

  • Connect up to Two (2) USB 2.0 drives to the network and share files
  • Backup Function to protect your files
  • Built-in FTP Server to access files over the Internet
  • Easily Discovered on the Network

40. D-Link DWL-2100AP Wireless Access Point w/SNMP, 802.11g, 108Mbps

our price: $94.04
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Asin: B00019EYVG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 2577
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Enhanced Security from 802.1x and WPA brings improved encrypted key management and authentification
  • Supports SNMP v.3
  • Five Operating Modes (Access Point, Point-to-Point, Point-to-Multipoint, repeater for range extender, Wireless Client)

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the most Easy to use Wireless Access Points
This Wireless Access Point provides great additional coverage in my home. We already have a DI-624 to cover half the house, but I wanted something to cover our expansive back yard as well. So I run a Ethernet cable to the sliding glass door downstairs and have this wireless access point setup on the table next to the door. Now I can roam the backyard with my laptop and have an optimal connection to the Internet.

Setup was simple, basically follow the instructions and it works. Wireless Access points aren't hard to to setup anyway, but this was about as easy as it can get. My entire network is 108Mbps enabled.

1-0 out of 5 stars fresh out of box and didn't power up
I got this because I was tired of horrible compatibility of my Netgear WAB102 dual band 802.11a/b access point (Centrino laptop won't transmit data through it and 802.11a doesn't work with WEP enabled). I got the D-Link unit home, pulled it out of the box, plugged in the antenna, and plugged it into the wall... no lights, no ethernet connection, DOA.

The specs for range were impressive, but after reading some reviews of compatibility problems, bad support, and having the DOA unit, I don't trust D-Link products any more than my shoddy Netgear.

When will the Wi-Fi sticker actually mean the products will interop? As it stands right now it is pretty meaningless. I guess you have to go with the masses and get an ugly and basic (but functional) Linksys.

1-0 out of 5 stars Most miserable experience in computing
I purchased a DLink networking system last month and I finally gave up and switched to another brand.
I was online with their tech for days spanning three weeks of hell. I would spend an hour with a tech only to find out that the access point would not work with my router.
I purchased what I thought was the correct access points and stayed online with tech for two days. After two days, they said that this access point would not work with my router.
Finally, we were able to key in on the right product and I spent all afternoon and into the night with it. Still would not work.
All the PC magazines I have read rated the DLink as the best on the planet. I buy as much as I can with Amazon and just ordered a networking system by Linksys.

I hope to God this system works.

Never been so miserable in all the years with anything PC related.

If you are busy and cannot take the time to be on the phone for three weeks with tech, do not buy Dlink.

2-0 out of 5 stars Compatibility Issues Drastically Reduce Value
I purchased a DWL-2100AP WAP last night to replace an old SMC Barricade router that was having range issues. After installing the DWL, I tested the unit with an XBox Wireless-G adaptor and a Toshiba e755 PDA with built-in 802.11b.

The major problem with this D-Link unit was compatibility: the synchronization process from the WAP to the XBox adaptor took considerably longer than with the SMC unit. More importantly, the unit would never work with the Toshiba PDA, it would connect for up to three seconds and then drop the connection. This was all done in the same small room, so there were no range issues here. After resetting both units multiple times and disabling all security functionality (WEP, etc.) the problem remained.

Unfortunately, this is a very common occurance with D-Link products as I learned from a wireless specialist at a local computer retailer who has handled many returns of these devices. The D-Links evidently have been frequently returned for having compatibility issues with other vendors' solutions.

I checked for updates to the device's firmware image and could not locate any on the D-Link web site.

My other impressions of the product are:
1. Effective but ugly user interface.
2. Poorly designed Windows software for management. The only way that you can manage a WAP with this software is to have the software auto-discover the unit (possibly with ping or SNMP tests). If those fail, which they did with me, there is no way to manually add a WAP into the software.
3. Poorly designed implementation of 802.1x authentication.
4. Poorly designed customer support web site with no firmware updates to address compatibility issues. Knowledge base was very minimal containing only small tidbits that referred to issues with setting up Windows XP networking.

I will now exchange this unit for a Linksys tonight. I will post a review of the Linksys WAP after performing the same series of tests.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Unit with Excelent speed.
I switched to this unit from the LinkSys models. It's feature set is great. The configuration software is good, however drivers shipped on the CD did not include the proper drivers for WinXP to utilize "Super G" mode. Had to call for support and download a new set of drivers. Other than that, it is a great unit. Definitely recommend it. ... Read more


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