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41. D-Link DGL-3420 GamerLounge Wireless
$86.99 $69.99 list()
42. D-Link DP-311P Wireless 802.11b
$65.54 list($99.99)
43. D-Link DWL-AG530 Wireless PCI
$62.99 list($89.00)
44. D-Link DWL-G700AP Wireless Access
$35.99 $35.46 list()
$103.99 list($119.00)
46. D-Link DGS-1008D 8-Port 10/100/1000
$330.93 list($399.99)
47. Wireless Internet Camera, 802.11g,
$50.99 $49.81 list()
48. AT&T CallVantage Service VoIP
$77.99 $77.75 list($99.99)
49. D-Link DI-707P Ethernet Broadband
$253.71 $249.99 list()
50. D-Link DCS-2100+ Wireless Internet
$51.99 $51.85 list()
51. D-Link DFB-H7 4-Port USB 2.0 3-Port
$79.99 list($89.99)
52. D-Link WLS USB ADPT-802.11A/802.11G
$439.99 list($549.00)
53. D-LinkNetwork SecurityVPN/Firewall,
$57.99 $57.85 list()
54. D-Link DI-704UP 4-Port Cable/DSL
$50.34 $41.77 list()
55. D-Link DWL-G120 Wireless 802.11g
$384.68 $374.99 list()
56. D-Link DCS-5300w Wireless Internet
$39.99 $17.99 list($49.99)
57. D-Link DWL-G630 Wireless-G Notebook
$15.99 $5.98 list($19.99)
58. D-Link DFE-530TX+ Fast Ethernet
$41.99 $28.50 list($49.99)
59. D-Link DWL-520 Wireless 802.11b
$25.99 $18.99 list()
60. D-Link DSS-5+ 10/100MB Dual Speed

41. D-Link DGL-3420 GamerLounge Wireless 108AG Gaming Adapter
list price: $109.99
our price: $103.99
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Asin: B0006TIA0M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 22001
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Networking Evolved Push the limits of basic networking technology and experience the evolution in networking. Wirelessly connect to the Internet, streamline network performance, and stay competitive in your online games with D-Link’s new cutting-edge GamerLounge Wireless 108AG Gaming Adapter, powered by GameFuel System Technology.Empowering Your Game Console System with WirelessIntroducing GameFuel System designed to provide convenient management options through a game console systemProvides untethered and powerful super-speed dualband wireless connectivityOffers maximum flexibility for configuration and performance – via console or web-based management utilityAlso ideal for use with Ethernet-enabled printers and media set-top boxesDesigned for the Gamers NetworkLeading Technology For Tomorrow’s Gamers NetworkGameFuel System platform allows gamers to configure network settings via their Xbox game consoleEnhanced dualband wireless technology for optimal range and connectivity – up to 108Mbps in either 802.11a or 802.11g bandEngage in head-to-head gameplay or challenge others over the Internet in multiplayer modeBackward compatible with 802.11b when running in 802.11g mode ... Read more


  • Slim and compact design fits naturally with existing gaming gear
  • Engage in head-to-head gameplay or multiplayer over the Internet
  • Up to 108 Mbps in both 802.11a or 802.11g
  • Provides untethered and powerful super-speed dualband wireless connectivity
  • GameFuel System provides convenient management options through a game console system

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Signal Range and No Lag!
I'm pleased to report that this wireless adapter, when coupled with the same product line (DGL-4300) wireless router, works great and has a good range for a strong signal. I was a little hesitent on the price of this adapter since I just bought a somewhat pricy, but well worth it, gaming router (DGL-4300) from D-Link, but after setting it all up, I was pleasently surprised. I was surprised at how easy this adapter was to setup, and how I can configure everything from within the xbox itself. No PC needed.

Our Xbox is in a completely different part of the house than the wireless router, but we still get a strong enough signal to get zero lag when playing online. Well, as zero lag as we were getting when we were wired to the router anyways.
Bottom Line: Highly recommended to all Xbox Live players that have wireless capabilities.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Flawlessly with Xbox!
I was peer pressured into buying the D-Link gaming router (DGL-4300 I believe) and it was well worth the price. So after having good success with that D-Link gaming product I figured I might as well get my Xbox to be wireless instead of dragging out a long ethernet cable everytime I wanted to play online.

So basically the setup to this is done through the Xbox itself. The configuration screen is right there in the Xbox. Amazing to say the least. Anyhow I was able to set this up and get it working/communicating with my D-Link gaming router quick and easy. No major problems, just follow the easily laid out install guide that comes with the product.

The look is nice, the blue LEDs definitely stand out when it is on top of my Xbox and everyone who sees it is jealous. w00t!

I'd also like to mention the most important part. Even with wireless I get zero lag when playing Halo and other games on Xbox Live. The router is a big help as well. Check it out too. (DGL-4300) ... Read more

42. D-Link DP-311P Wireless 802.11b 2.4GHz Print Server

our price: $86.99
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Asin: B0000A0VBM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 9068
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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  • Easy Web-Based set-up & Configuration
  • Compact size for easy placement
  • 802.11 standard compliant
  • 1 parallel printer port to share a legacy printer on your network

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well once configured
Now that the DP311-P is configured to work with my Linksys AP my entire family thinks wireless printing is almost better than wireless access. The product is working with an old NEC 860 laser and two laptops - one XP Home and one Windows 2000. One has Linksys card the other Orinoco. The real issue is that the documentation to work with a non D-Link Access Point is terrible. I have to believe that if D-Link did decent documentation their support costs would fall dramatically.

Played with this for 2 hours, got it to print in config mode but never in normal mode. Used both laptops. Linksys card makes set-up virtually impossible as provides no info on what network you are on. Finally called D-Link; on hold for 2 minutes, technician solved network issue in about 4 minutes - was not on Linksys AP's IP address. Worked with XP perfectly. Tried to print with w2000. Kept printing same document over and over. Called D-Link after numerous permutations of setting up printer config. No help. Kept at it. Turns out W2k wants you to use the D-LINK printer settings that do not exist in XP for printer set-up. Seems logical but nowhere is this mentioned in D-Link documentation. In fact they have no W2k documentation.

Summary - product A+, tech support B, Documentation F

1-0 out of 5 stars Not as easy as it looks!
After installing the antenna and connecting the power I was thrown into the abyss known as "tech support." After the first call waiting time of 15 minutes, and a support tech that ignored the printed directions that came with the product, it seemed that I was out of the woods. It appeared that both the printer and PC were talking. Unfortunately the tech was not permitted to stay on the line while I tested the printer and after rebooting my system I was plummetted back into the abyss. This time it was a 30 minute wait to speak to a "trained" professional. This time all of my current network settings were reset and I was left unable to either print or connect to the internet on my current wireless network. Next stop - "Level 2" support! This call included a 1 hour wait and even less help than the Level 1 tech support was able to provide. It seems that the 2nd tech's solution left the DP311P permanently disabled and requiring reconfiguration at the factory. The supervisor that I spoke to wouldn't even provide a mailing address so I could write a letter to customer service! What did I get for my 4 hours of time? A trip back to Best-Buy and a refund receipt!

5-0 out of 5 stars just ignore the instructions
If you ignore the instructions for seting up the print server, setup is a snap. just turn off your printer, hook up the device in normal mode, power the device, power the printer. then follow the quick setup guide for your individual computer settings and it works in 10 min. flat.

5-0 out of 5 stars Print server - that works! (With OS X as well!)
While it wasn't the eaisiest thing to install (requires some computer smarts) D-Link did something that LinkSys could not: make a wireless print server that works as advertised.

One word of advise for mac users: to use this printer, open print center, and use IP printing. Be sure to pick your correct printer model, or something close. If you don't, you'll have a pile of jibberish printed.

Overall, very nice device. It feels magical when you see your printer printing not near a computer, and in your kitchen! You can place the printer anywhere in the house.

If you want a print server, and are willing to put up with the hassles, this is the one to get... but be sure you have at least one computer whiz in your family.

5-0 out of 5 stars My Printer is FREE!
Free from cables my Printer is. Setting this up was a little trickey/different than what I expected, but was easily figured out when I followed the instructions. The setup was over in about 10 minutes and I was able to print the first time we tried. Setting up new computers was also laid out step-by-step by the instructions so you don't do anything wrong.

Very straight forward and well documented. Thanks to D-Link. ... Read more

43. D-Link DWL-AG530 Wireless PCI Adapter, 802.11 a/g, 108Mbps
list price: $99.99
our price: $65.54
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Asin: B0001CKX2M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 7224
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  • 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

44. D-Link DWL-G700AP Wireless Access Point, 802.11g, 54Mbps
list price: $89.00
our price: $62.99
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Asin: B00029J1JU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 6981
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  • Transfer rates up to 54Mbps
  • WPA for Enhanced Wireless Security
  • Easy Web-Based Configuration and Management
  • Quickly Add Wireless Access to Your Network


our price: $35.99
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Asin: B0000AT4M4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 7983
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Product Description

D-Link, an industry leader in networking, introduces the DWL-M60AT 2.4GHz Directional Indoor Antenna. The DWL-M60AT antenna provides extended signal range for an 802.11b/g wireless device.

The DWL-M60AT Directional Indoor Antenna is a 6dBi directional antenna, giving you extended wireless signal range in a concentrated direction. This 6dBi antenna will also improve signal quality at further distances than an omni-directional antenna.

The D-Link DWL-M60AT Directional Indoor Antenna connects to a variety of D-Link Wireless PCI Adapters, Routers, and Access Points. Using a SMA connector or the included conversion adapter (RP-SMA to TNC), the D-Link DWL-M60AT also easily connects to other existing wireless networking devices.

The DWL-M60AT’s directional panel design gives you increased wireless signal range in any one direction. Avoid the cost and complexity of adding additional access points or repeaters when you can easily use the DWL-M60AT.

The DWL-M60AT Directional Indoor Antenna includes a sturdy stand for placement on flat surfaces and can also be mounted on a wall using the included kit.

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46. D-Link DGS-1008D 8-Port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet Switch
list price: $119.00
our price: $103.99
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Asin: B0000BVYY5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 24484
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Product Description

Get the blazing speed of Gigabit Ethernet with the D-Link GigaExpress DGS-1008D. ... Read more


  • 8-port 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet switch
  • Non-blocking switching architecture that filters and forwards packets at full wire-speed for maximum throughput
  • 8,000 MAC address table provides scalability for even the largest networks
  • Diagnostic LEDs which display status and activity
  • Desktop or wall-mount design

47. Wireless Internet Camera, 802.11g, 54Mbps, Built-in Microphone, Zoom Lens
list price: $399.99
our price: $330.93
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Asin: B0002Z45JK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 10926
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  • First to Market 802.11g Wireless Internet Camera
  • 2-Way Audio Communication
  • 4x Digital Zoom
  • Captures Video in Low Light
  • Audio Output Enables connection to powered speaker (Not Included)

48. AT&T CallVantage Service VoIP Starter Kit

our price: $50.99
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Asin: B0002OQVWU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AT&T
Sales Rank: 6392
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AT&T CallVantagesm Service from AT&T is a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone service that utilizes the latest in Internet technology to deliver features that are beyond the means of traditional phone companies. With VoIP, calls are transmitted over the Internet, allowing you to communicate nationwide for a single monthly fee. You pay additional charges only for international calls, which are billed at competitive prices. (AT&T CallVantage Service treats calls to Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Canada as domestic calls.) Plus, AT&T's Advanced Quality of Service (QoS) provides high voice quality.

AT&T CallVantage Service offers easy 1-2-3 hardware setup:
1. Plug phone cord and computer cable into adapter.
2. Plug adapter into broadband modem.
3. Log onto Personal Call Manager and open your account.

AT&T CallVantage Service is easy to set up. To establish an account, just follow the instructions on the welcome letter, included in the box. Setting up the hardware is also very simple: just plug the telephone adapter into your existing phone and plug the other end into your cable or DSL modem. All DSL and cable modems with an Ethernet port and at least 90 Kbps upstream and downstream speed are supported, as well as both Windows computers and Macs.

In addition to the standard features you expect from your traditional phone company, like caller ID, call waiting, three-way calling, and call forwarding, AT&T CallVantage Service provides a number of features made possible only by use of Internet Protocol technology. You can have voice mail forwarded to your e-mail inbox as an attachment, and then forward that attachment to relevant third parties. You can take your home area code with you when you travel, so your family or work can reach you without paying long-distance rates. And, with an elaborate variation of call forwarding known as "Locate Me," you can maintain a list of places you'll be visiting; when you're out, AT&T CallVantage Service will ring them in sequence (or all at once) until it finds you.

Accessible either by phone or the Internet, the Phone Feature Manager provides access to a phone directory that can store up to 250 numbers, to call logs (incoming and outgoing for the last 60 days), and to many of your other phone settings. A reverse lookup feature lets you access the name and address information of an incoming caller, while the add-to-Phone Book feature lets you move any number from your call log to your Phone Book with the touch of a single button. A display-and-dial feature lets you easily call any number displayed in either your call log or Phone Book, and you can set up to nine speed dial entries. Taken together, that's a lot for a phone service to do. With all the features that AT&T's CallVantage Service makes possible, you can simplify and organize your communications like never before.

What's in the Box
A telephone adapter for use with AT&T CallVantage Service, a 12-volt, 1-amp DC power adapter, a telephone line cord, an Ethernet cable, manuals, and service and promotional information

Terms and Conditions
Buying this item signifies your intention to sign up for AT&T CallVantage Service and to pay a monthly subscription fee. For details about how the Service works and for complete terms and conditions, visit

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  • Unlimited local and nationwide calls, including, Canada, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands; low monthly rate
  • Caller ID, call waiting, 3-way calling
  • 250-number phone directory, 9 speed dials
  • Talking voicemail-to-email call forwarding; 60-day call log
  • Competitive international rates, web-based directory assistance, reverse lookup

49. D-Link DI-707P Ethernet Broadband Router With Print Server
list price: $99.99
our price: $77.99
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Asin: B000086TLC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 3739
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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  • Seven-port broadband router with print server
  • Built-in Firewall Protection
  • 10/100Mbps AutoMDIX Ethernet ports
  • Easy-to-use web-based graphical user interface
  • One Year Limited Warranty

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not the right device for Multifunction printers
Not much surprise here, it doesn't support any multifunction options, but it does what it's supposed to otherwise do.

I have returned this for a USB Server by Keyspan.

It allows ANY USB device to be shared on a network (as if it were plugged direclty into any PC).

See my Amazon review.

It is the ONLY answer to multifunction sharing.

2-0 out of 5 stars No Firewall Administration Options as showed in DLink Page
I recently purchase this item, I found that there is no Firewall Administration Options in the menu as showed in the DLink Product Page Manual (Everything else is good). I'm talking with the Dlink support and have no solution. DLink support team says "There are no firewall options on this router. To open ports on these routers you will use vserver and applications. Thank you for networking with D-Link. "

2-0 out of 5 stars Firewall support is not like like D-Link Advertises
All the features work well and are a breeze to setup, except one. This router does all the things you would expect it to in a very stable manner, except one. If you check the D-Link Web site for the manual of this exact router model. You will find some rather nice firewall features (My whole reason for getting this router actually). When you set up the router, you will find that there is no firewall button. It absolutely does not exist. The manual has an actual screen shot of the setup screen with a firewall button in plain view and it details how to use the firewall, but the product came with no such option. I am very disappointed, and feel very mislead.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great! but...... server is rs232 only (not USB) : (
ooops, my printer(s) are USB only - now what do i do? otherwise, the device works just dandy (replaced my lame Linkys 4-port without hassle)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great, good support
My new 707P, in operation over a month, seamlessly replaced separate a SonicWALL SOHO firewall and 8-port 10/100 switch for less than the cost of Sonic's annual support, plus adding network print server capability for my HP LaserJet 5MP. I didn't need all of Sonic's extra-cost features (VPN, virus, content filtering, etc.). Setup, including configuration, options, and automatic time service, were a snap, and served-printer installation on both Windows and MacOS is well explained. D-Link answered a support call on the first ring, and a human technician was very helpful in answering my questions right the first time. ... Read more

50. D-Link DCS-2100+ Wireless Internet Camera 802.11b - 22Mbps with Built-in Microphone

our price: $253.71
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Asin: B00009PGTE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 12977
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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  • Built-in Microphone& Motion Detection
  • High Quality MPEG-4 Compression
  • Remotely Manage and View Up to 16 Cameras
  • View Directly From Web Browser
  • Built-in 802.11b Wireless Functionality

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Buggy wireless
Even after an upgrade to the newest firmware, the wireless connection was buggy. The included "IP configuration" tool never found the camera even after it had obtained an IP address from my router. I had to use the DHCP table from my router to find the camera's IP address. I eventually got it connected to my wireless network (40b WEP, DHCP), but after about 10min it killed all of my wireless connections. Worked ok when connected to wired ethernet network (except that the config util couldn't find the camera). Returning it ASAP.

1-0 out of 5 stars Faulty product
I am an experienced IT guy, but this camera has me tearing my hair out! First, a major warning: the spec sheet states that the camera can take 640x480 pics. This is NOT TRUE - the maximum available resolution is 320x240.

The wireless interface is buggy and cumbersome to work with, and when I tried to set it up it not only crashed the camera several times, it crashed my entire wireless network. Thinking that a D-link 624+ WLAN router might work better with it than my Netgear, I tried that too and got the same crashes. I even saw the radio communication from the camera forcing the router to reset itself - how's that for interoperability?

Finally, after fiddling with every possible setting (few of which are explained in the manual) and trying various WLAN channels (no, the camera does not auto-detect, you have to set the channel manually which also often causes a crash) I got it to work, just about. Now the brand-new D-link router is acting up instead *sigh* and loses connection to the net.

Further, the camera can send images by ftp or e-mail, but not both at the same time.

I highly recommend going with some other brand, and using a standard network camera together with an ethernet-WLAN dongle instead of a combined product. That way you can also test WLAN connectivity with a computer before setting up your camera.

2-0 out of 5 stars No Q/A!
First, I'm a computer guy. They pay me to do this kind of thing. Except I write software, I don't configure LANs. So I needed to call tech support because the camera was on a different subnet by default and their documentation, though long, was very lacking in advanced configuration. I had to call in three times to get the IP conflict resolved. The first two people didn't have a clue how to use the camera. The third guy knew it all and finished the job. Two of the three were Indian sounding and I had trouble communicating, but got the job done.

Then, the scheduler wouldn't work. I would set the schedule for 1 o'clock, and 1 o'clock would come and go without recording. I called tech support again and talked to 3 more people. Without admitting that the old software was buggy, they insisted that I upgrade by downloading the new stuff. The new updated software didn't work at all.

Now I have spent 18 full-time hours on this, 3 days and nights, I've talked to 12 different tech support people and here is where I am.

The camera is now an artificial reef because they had me flash it with the latest firmware which totally killed it. The application on my Windows XP PC is their newest beta version because all of their old software is buggy. And that version is buggy too. They say it's ready to be released.

So basically nothing works. Nothing. And nobody at D-LINK appears to give a crapola. Not one manager I've talked to has given me a call-back to see if this is resolved to my satisfaction. In fact, they go out of their way to explain to me that they don't have direct phone numbers that I can get back to them with. Each time I have to call in and start over from scratch.

Additionally I have a feeling they don't have a Q/A (quality assurance) group that tests their software before releasing it, but I'm not sure. It sure seems that way.

I'm giving it 2 stars instead of 1 because the camera itself was somewhat impressive at first when that worked. It has its own address that can be seen from anywhere on the internet. Pretty cool. The application on the PC side is where most of their problems are.


2-0 out of 5 stars Make sure you have lots of light
Bought this for use as a baby monitor; as it turns out, when we close the curtains and turn off the lights for her daytime nap, it gets so dark that the camera is useless. We didn't think it wsa that dark, but color cameras need a decent amount of light to work with, and much more than you'd think. Obviously that would keep her awake, hence defeating the concept of baby monitor while she's sleeping.
I returned it and am now looking for a decent B&W one.

1-0 out of 5 stars Brought 2 of them, since there is really nothing out there
That can compare in this cam in terms of spec. I didn't have a chance to open the second box yet, but whatever the reason, the build in web browser freezes every 15m or so when it is in WiFi mode. I'm on phone with their technical support right now. No one there is really familiar with the product!!!! And they sound like teenagers!!! I can't believe it! I will try the second unit tonite. Looks like I'm going to be returned... 5 people on Level I never heard of this product. This is crazy. Going in for level II now... 45m and counting.... If anyone out there that know of a good forum or know I'm talking about, please email me at Thanks ... Read more

51. D-Link DFB-H7 4-Port USB 2.0 3-Port Firewire Hub

our price: $51.99
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Asin: B0000C4M1D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 2173
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Blazing Fast Peripheral Connectivity
  • Four USB 2.0 Ports at up to 480Mbps
  • Three Firewire Ports at up to 400Mbps
  • Plug-N-Play

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars 0 Stars - WARNING !!! DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT
After 2 months, the firewire component of this product short-circuited and fried all connected firewire components including the firewire port on my CPU motherboard. D-link will not accept liability for any damage caused by this malfunction. This hub acted as a conduit for $2500 damage to my computer system. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, but it is a 6 port hub
As previously stated the DFB-H7 hub really only adds three additional USB 2.0 ports and 1 additional firewire port. But the hub is perfect if you want your ports closer to you while working. I have my desktop PC under the desk and the hub on top of the desk and it works perfect. I like the DFB-H7 much better than the GE USB 2.0 hub, which is much more compact and will now be used with my laptop. As the packaging says the DFB-H7 is for desktop use.

3-0 out of 5 stars Only 2 additional Firewire ports when using with a computer!
Having a Mac, I want to be able to expand the number of USB & Firewire devices and this seemed like a great choice, 4 USB, 3 Firewire. Perfect. Well not quite. You only get a *total* for 3 Firewire ports, including the one you'd have to hook up to a computer. For USB though, you get 4 USB ports, and one additional port to hook up to the computer. Sure, you don't have to have Firewire connected to a computer, unlike USB, but what would be the point of buying a hub with both USB and Firewire if you weren't going to hook it up to a computer for both things? Just be aware of that if you buy this product. -1 star for misleading product naming, and -1 star for not actually providing 4 total Firewire ports. ... Read more

52. D-Link WLS USB ADPT-802.11A/802.11G 108MBPS ( DWL-AG132 )
list price: $89.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0006TI9ZS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 8479
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Product Description

D-Link 108Mbps Dualband 802.11a/g Wireless Adapter D-Link AirPremier AG line of 802.11a/g networking products offer a variety dualband wireless connectivity options. Dualband wireless connectivity enables more versatility in network deployment, which can maximize your network investment. D-Link proudly introduces the newest member of the AirPremier AG family, the DWL-AG132 Wireless USB Adapter. The DWL-AG132 is a Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter that adds high-performance 802.11a/g wireless connectivity to your desktop or notebook PC via the convenience of USB. Avoid the hassle of stringing Ethernet cables to your computer or dismantling your desktop PC case to insert a wireless adapter. Simply plug in the DWL-AG132 into an available USB 2.0 port and enjoy the freedom of wireless networking.The DWL-AG132 Wireless USB Adapter is designed to connect out of the box with other AirPremier AG products making this USB adapter a plug and play solution. An installation wizard make simplifies device discovery and driver configuration. Thereafter, the site survey configuration utility discovers available nearby wireless networks to get you connected quickly. This utility can create detailed connectivity profiles to save and manage your most frequently accessed networks. ... Read more

53. D-LinkNetwork SecurityVPN/Firewall, Up to 200 Tunnels DFL-700
list price: $549.00
our price: $439.99
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Asin: B00029J1RC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 10713
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  • Advanced Firewall Security with VPN Server/Client
  • Strong AES Encryption for Secure VPN
  • Manage Up to 200 VPN Tunnels

54. D-Link DI-704UP 4-Port Cable/DSL Router w/USB Print Server

our price: $57.99
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Asin: B0000CEPDO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 8605
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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  • Easy Web Configuration
  • 4-Port Switch Plus USB Printer Port
  • Built-In Firewall Protection

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Overall good job
I am happy with this router. I have a HP845C USB printer that was not listed as being supported on the D-link web site, but I had no problem networking my 2 home pc's to access DSL internet and the printer. I was unable to find another product with the USB print server feature with the router. I have had it for a month now and no problems.

4-0 out of 5 stars False advertising
Warning : The product description says "USB print server" not "Maybe a USB print server". The list of the printers that are actually supported is buried in their website. I had no trouble connecting a Windows 2000 PC to a LAN port and using my DSL connection but a Windows XP computer, connected through a 10Mbps hub, even on the same port, could not see any network connection. It looks as if the 10/100 autosensing had a problem.

2-0 out of 5 stars Does the job - poor documentation, poor support
Beware of a few things. First the print server is compatble with very few printers. Go to D-Link's website and make sure your printer is compatible. Also if you are running a firewall on your PC's they may not see each other. The documentation is very sparse. The unit has a firewall but no explanation as to how it functions - your just suppose to trust it! D-link support will blow you off with ANY network questions. Unless it deals directly with the box they will say they can't help you. Other than that it works - next time I'll look at Netgear.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Product
Set it to use as a router and usb print server. In no time at all I had my canon mp730 up on the network. I looked for this same type of setup and there is no other company I could find that supplied a product that is a usb print server and a router in one at this time. I also have a Netgear wireless router mr814v2 I was using previously and I like the Dlink features more. If you need to set up some parental control it gives you that as well. And it gives you more control on that then the Netgear. If there is one thing that could be better it would be a printed manual but all you need is in the pdf on the disk. Great job all the way around D-link! ... Read more

55. D-Link DWL-G120 Wireless 802.11g USB Adapter

our price: $50.34
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Asin: B0000CEPE8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 3020
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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  • Up to 54Mbps
  • 802.11g Standard, 802.11b Compatible
  • Great for video streaming
  • Works with Windows XP, 2000

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works pretty well for its intended use
Background of my set-up: I have an HP computer with a cable modem internet connection with Comcast. I purchased a Dell computer for an office downstairs. I bought the DI-624 router and purchased the DWL-120 to connect the HP computer to the internet connection as the Dell is connected to the DI-624 router by an ethernet cable.
My conclusion: The router works great. I would highly recommend it. The DWL-120? My wife uses the HP for just occasional surfing and light internet use. It works great for that. If you are a heavy-duty internet user you will experience occasional delays as the signal constantly fades from good to poor. I believe another review stated the same. It may not bother you. All in all it's a great device with super easy set-up. I just can't say to the frequent, impatient internet user that you'll be totally happy with it. I have not tried any other wireless products so I cannot compare my impression with others.
Bottomline: This product was super easy to set-up and it's getting the job done and best of all, my wife doesn't complain.

1-0 out of 5 stars Form Over Function
Initially I purchased the D-Link DWL-G120 because it has an exceptionally nice design. Sleek, compact, slick. Afterall, I thought, all these 802.11 wireless adapters are pretty much the same internally, right? Wrong.

I spent over three hours trying to get the DWL-G120 to work on my Dell 4600C system with Windows XP Professional. Despite the fact that the adapter was reporting a wireless signal in the 30-40% strength range, and the 95-100% quality range, I still couldn't get a stable internet connection with it. Pinging always resulted in 50-100% packet loss.

My other equipment with built-in 802.11g works just fine on my network, so I knew something was wrong with the D-Link product. To test my theory, I purchased the NetGear WG121 for roughly the same price as the D-Link box, and my Dell was on the web in less than 30 minutes. I rest my case. Caveat emptor.

4-0 out of 5 stars Hiccup from the G120 but so far so good.
I bought the G120 and a DI-620 rev C router to connect a new machine running XP. I had to reinstall the driver more than once after XP could not find the G120 USB hardware. I downloaded and installed a newer driver version (1.12) from the D-link site to correct "connectivity problems" acknowledged by D-link. I am not sure if everything is fixed yet, but it works. The reported signal surges to excellent then can drop to poor. The ExtremeG protocol uses multichannels, with a forced use of channel 6, to get the high bandwidth. I suspect cross talk from somewhere in the neighborhood is impacting reported performance, independent of hardware. The main bandwidth limit is the cable connection anyway. The router sofware control is powerful. The security features alone redeem any hiccups with the G120.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Performance from such a Tiny Device
I have this installed on my Windows 2K Professional loaded laptop. Installation was super quick and easy, and using it now only requires that you plug it in. Once plugged in it starts up the software and connects to your AP in seconds.

Security is tight with the 128-bit WEP, and MAC filtering on my DI-624, plus the speeds and range are both great. I can be anywhere in my 1500 sq. ft. home with this wireless adapter on my laptop. Thanks D-Link

5-0 out of 5 stars This Works Great on my Shuttle XPC
I am running Windows XP on my new Shuttle XPC and this USB adapter plugs right in the back of it and sits on the top of my desk and receives strong reception from my wireless access point two rooms down the hall.

The installation was simple, is easily plug and play now, plus it looks good and small on my desk. The software is nice and easy to use and it doesn't intrude on my desktop, or make annoying flashing/blinking icons.

Speeds are fast, web surfing is the same speed as being wired, and playing games online is not effected by being wireless, even with 128-bit WEP enabled. ... Read more

56. D-Link DCS-5300w Wireless Internet Camera, Pan/Tilt, Built-in Microphone, 802.11b, 11 Mbps

our price: $384.68
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Asin: B0001AU9AU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 10789
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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  • CCD Sensor for Superior Quality Image
  • Built-In Microphone for Audio Monitoring
  • High Quality MPEG-4 Short Header Mode Compression
  • Built-In Motion Detection & Email Notification
  • Auto pan and auto patrol mode with preconfigured stops

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars YES. GOOD BUT BE AWARE
I am giving 5 stars to the camera alone. If I had to rate the colaterals: Instructions, manuals, customer service, and intentional obstacles ...then It wont deserve more than 3 stars.

When correctly configured and "harmonized" within your network, the camera works very well. I dont know about your expectations but compared with others ccd cameras in the market the balance price/quality is unbeatable.

Since any critic must be 1) constructive to the maker and 2) helpful to other customers, following ...the details and tips:

Problem: Lack of information, Instructions and solutions to specific and commom problems experienced by most of the users.

**** Read Carefully what the other users who rated positively the camera, said about it and how they resolved the problems. Without all these tips I would have wasted hours to findout the solutions. Amazingly those issues are not yet in the Q&A at DLINK support site and neither complement pages for your manuals. Another Marketing Dude with a good monthly check but not a clue about the most fundamental Marketing disciplines.

**** Not only with the camera or Dlink... Any thing hooked to your PC or network must be updated with the most recent firmware. Here...No exceptions, and if you use diferent brands for your router and other net-gears then no option: Update the firmware.

**** If you are behind a router and you want use the DDNS than use the router's feature and not the camera one.

**** If you are using diferent brand for your router... WATCH OUT:
a) Transmission rate of the camera must be 11 Mbs. DLINK's ambitions must have let them think that most of the routers in the market are their own, so the 22 Mbs for the 802.11 b standard has been assumed.
b) If your using Linksys G router then adjust the basic rate (wireless advanced setup) to 1-2 Mps This will make it more compatible with all sort of exotic 11B devices.
c) Assign to the camera a static IP so you will be able to forward through the router, the necessary ports for Audio+Video

**** Customer Service:.... Have a translator from India before calling ( My english teatcher and friend Kamal is from no hard feelings here ), and be sure that you are a beginer because if you are an advanced user you ll have to be patient and wait untill the dude finishes his script and then find out that you know more than him and it it is only then when you deserve a real tech. assistant. The dude will give you a code, forward your call and then when "the expert" takes the phone the call is lost. bip bip bip bip.....nnnnoooooooooo all this time wasted and I only got an "Indie-Tech" Language Class.

Hey Markting Dude This is again your department...uppps Remember...: No Emporwerment Without ll be soon in the toaster if you dont change something.

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent little camera
I purchased my DCS-5300W in early April and so far I've been quite pleased with it. Be sure to download the latest firmware (1.02) version from D-Link's site. The initial version was a bit buggy causing problems such as the clock losing several minutes per day, and inconsistent results with the ftp feature.

A significant change with the new firmware is the removal of the camera pan and tilt feature from all users except the administrator. I thought this was a bug, but after speaking with a knowledgable tech, he informed me that this is one of the new features of the upgrade. I understand the logic behind this decision, but they should have removed the display of the pan and tilt icons for these non-admin userids.

I've had much success using the dynamic DNS service from I set my D-Link DI-624 router up to use a static IP address for the camera and activated the dynamic dns (DDNS) feature on the router, not the camera. My ISP assigned DHCP IP address has changed several times now, and the router DDNS feature has worked perfectly.

My only complaint would be the lack of an optical zoom capability. D-Link added digital zoom with the latest firmware upgrade but as we all know, digital zoom is vastly inferior to optical zoom.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works great once you have it set up.
Now that I have it up and running, I love it. I have grown to know the D-link tech support crew fairly well over the past week. Most of them are really good, but if one of them can't figure out your problem, don't send the camera back like they may suggest. Call back later and try it with someone else. Overall the camera works exactly as described, but there are a few caveats.
1) If you plan on logging on to the camera from work (i.e. to peek in on your new baby), be aware that the camera requires more than just port 80. It also requires three other open ports and many corporate networks are locked down tight with regards to open ports. Grandma and Grandpa will be able to log on just fine from their home computer though.
2) The camera gets fussy when I try to use it in wireless mode and view it with a wireless laptop on the network (the ultimate baby monitor). It works great in wireless mode when viewed from a wired computer.
3) Only the administrator can control the movement of the camera. Guest or other camera viewers have to view the current position of the camera. I think this is a bug and will likely be fixed with firmware.

Overall it is a very good product and seems to be of high quality. The manual isn't too bad considering all of the different network configurations a user may have. I am happy with my purchase.

2-0 out of 5 stars Watch your step.
I don't know where everyone is getting these cameras, but I purchased one a week ago from Amazon. It was the DCS-5300W. Or so it was sold to me as. However, once received I discoved I was sent from Tiger Direct, the 5300 only. No wireless!. I call Tiger Direct and they tell me the 5300W won't be available until June 11th and they cannot take back orders. I check Amazon again - and the camera is still being sold - but now at a higher price. Where are these cameras? I wish these distribution companies would sell what they advertise and only when it is available. What a mess.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works pretty well once it's configured
After spending about 2 hours with D-Link tech support (this spanned 4 technicians of which 2 were tier 2 support), I was advised to exchange the unit I had for another because it just wouldn't get a valid IP address on my network (I use the Microsoft mn-700 router which is great). No matter what I did, the unit kept cycling thru IP address and wouldn't accept a valid one. It would just default to and that address would be unreachable from my network which used (192.168.1.x). When the second unit arrived on exchange, it had the same problem. I called tech support again and finally spoke with someone competent. He advised temporarily changing the IP address of a PC on my network to 192.168.0.x and to try to configure the unit from that PC. That advice worked. I should've thought of this myself but so should the 4 techs I spoke to the first time.

Anyway, once I had connectivity to the unit, it was configured for wireless use in minutes and it works well. The video quality is good, the audio is decent. The range of pan/tilt is really impressive. The digital zoom is mediocre. Overall, it's a good camera. I wish it was cheaper and had optical zoom. ... Read more

57. D-Link DWL-G630 Wireless-G Notebook Adapter
list price: $49.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0001PFO3C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 5700
Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars
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  • Up to 54 Mbps
  • Compatible with 802.11g and 802.11b
  • Increased Wireless Security with 802.1x and WPA
  • Great for Video Streaming
  • Ad-Hoc mode connects directly with other cards

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars compatibility issue and poor reception
my co-worker bought this card, and unable to install driver on dell laptop
yes, I have no luck at all to install the driver
but when I install on my fujitsu laptop, it can be done easily
however, the result for me is disappointing, it get low in reception, while other can get good to very good

luckily I didn't get the card, but I'll suggest my co-worker to return this card if the netgear card I borrow to him is working, due to compatibility issue

4-0 out of 5 stars Clear documentation, easy to setup
I'm a first-timer when it comes to setting up wireless network to access broadband internet.

And with this card, I've FINALLY manage to get everything to work together. My home network now includes: Linksys router, Netgear wireless-G card on my laptop (win2000), and this D-link card on my wife's laptop (win98se).

Comments on this card:
- very simple and clear (full-colored) instructions to setup.
- works well with win98se and win2k. I set it up within about 5-10min to work with the win98se laptop, which refuses to take the Netgear card. With Netgear, I spent 5 hours and it still did not work.

- I feel the Netgear card is better in terms utility software and rescanning. If you are securing your network, the utility that comes with the card does not accept passphrase. This is a little inconvenient when you need to reset your password on your router. Netgear's utility provides a passphrase tool.
- When the wireless connection is broken (eg I switch off the router), the netgear card and utility rescans more quickly than d-link does. (netgear takes 10 sec, d-link takes about 18 sec. from the same spot.)

In terms of tech support, I've tried them all.
- Linksys has best tech support.
- Netgear's support is outsourced to India - and they don't quite care what you think about them. They kept pushing the blame to my ISP and router when the card didn't work on the win98se laptop.
- D-link support is also from India, I tried it before when I bought a USB hub and didn't like it. They gave you a case number for email correspondence, but don't followup.

When I was at Best Buy, the sales rep said linksys experienced much less returns than netgear and d-link, but linksys is usually more expensive. i guess you pay for reliability and better service.

Hope these comments help.

1-0 out of 5 stars wpa doesn't work
Tried using this card with the dlink DI-524 router. WEP works well but WPA doesn't for longer than a few mins as the connection just gets dropped. Returned both the dlink router and pc card for another brand which both work very well in WPA mode.

5-0 out of 5 stars Exactly what I wanted.
I recently purchased the D-link 802.11g/b card. I had been very hesitant to purchase a card because I'm a bit new to wireless networking. What I wanted most was an inexpensive, easy to setup, easy to use device with all the normal features such as WPA.


1-0 out of 5 stars Device problems with Windows XP
Although the device appears to operate just fine as far as the network, speed, and range is concerned, the card has a serious problem running on laptops under Windows XP.

I spoke today (April 26, 2004) with D-Link customer service, and they said that the card is "new" and may still have driver issues. Also, they are aware that under Windows XP, the card is unable to wake up after standby/hibernation. This is what I experienced with my Thinkpad laptop. So the card installs OK and operates correctly....but the moment the laptop goes into standby the card will turn off, and then when the rest of the laptop wakes up the card will not. I have to reboot to wake it up. The kind telephone representative I spoke with was hopeful about a driver fix soon. I am not sure if the problem is only for some brands of laptops or all of them under Windows XP. I think I will return my card for another brand with better drivers. ... Read more

58. D-Link DFE-530TX+ Fast Ethernet PCI Network Adapter
list price: $19.99
our price: $15.99
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Asin: B00004SYNX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 5998
Average Customer Review: 3.94 out of 5 stars
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The D-Link DFE-530TX Wakeup-on-LAN NIC is an Ethernet adapter for PCs, high-end workstations, and workgroup file servers. Realtek's RTL8139A single-chip Fast Ethernet controller uses the bus master burst mode to directly transfer data between the card and the host computer's memory. This spares the host's workload by bypassing its CPU. This PCI adapter eliminates network bottlenecks and also works with videographic or multimedia stations.

Plug-and-play installation gets you up and running in no time. The software supports Windows for Workgroups; Windows 95, 98, and NT; LanMan; Novell; and Linux.

D-Link provides a lifetime warranty. ... Read more


  • PCI adapter for PC workstations, workgroup file servers, and videographic and mulitmedia stations
  • Reduces host computer's workload
  • 10/100 Mbps Ethernet or Fast Ethernet compatible
  • Plug-and-play installation
  • Lifetime warranty

Reviews (36)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great card!
I bought this card over 6 months ago, and it has worked great. The physical (PCI) installation is simple and straightforward. The driver installation on floppy took a little while, till I used the "help" folder (in DOS window) and reviewed OS specific instructions (W98SE in my case). The manual is skimpy on the driver/software installation. I use it with the DI-704 router which is just great. I called D-Link tech support once on another issue, and they were very helpful. From personal experience I have been extremely pleased and would recommend D-Link and/or Netgear, in terms of product quality and tech support. I have tried Linksys products twice, and returned them, and would never try again due to very marginal performance and even worse tech support.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good for home networks.
The D-Link DFE-530TX+ is a great buy for your home computing needs. If you transfer large files between computers on your home network, having Fast Ethernet (100 Mb/s) connectivity is essential; this card will allow you to add it without breaking the bank. Of course, you will need a 100 Mb/s switch (or at least a hub) to connect them and benefit from the speed.

If you only have one computer at home, and will be connecting to the Internet with a broadband (DSL or cable) connection, the 100 Mb/s advantage of this card is irrelevant, as your broadband connection is slower than 10 Mb/s (standard Ethernet) anyway, and will act as a bottleneck. However, this card is so inexpensive, you can easily justify buying it with the future in mind.

The reason I have given this card only 3 stars is that it does not perform adequately in high-end server and routing applications. I would not recommend this card for use in mission-critical networks.

5-0 out of 5 stars D-Link DFE-530TX+ Ethernet Adapter
Have had several in operation on XP, M.E., and 98 SE computers. Have been mostly trouble free, small problems worked out with assistance of helpfull phone staff. User's guide is somewhat confusing, On page 17, under title "Software Installation" directs you to the "READ ME" file on root directory of installation diskette, of course there is no readme file there. But, well, nobody's perfect.

5-0 out of 5 stars Quick install, works fine, no problems.
Installed in Win. 98 machine. Took seconds to install drivers, a few minutes to install into machine, restarted machine and was ready to go. Easy instructions. Works fine.

3-0 out of 5 stars WARNING - A Good Card BUT Painful Installations
Warning! Recently, I upgraded one of my computer system with the new D-Link DFE-530TX network card and it destroyed my network system configuration file. After I installed their network driver that came with it (installation CDs) I was not able to connect to the Internet. Other computer systems that was on the same router had (no problems) access to the Internet so I knew my network router/cable were fine. I tried to dial out to the Internet but it also failed. Finally, after several hrs debugging the cause of my network problems was D-Link driver installation (CD). It corrupted my MS Windows Winsock file. I had to delete and installed a new Winsock file + Updated the Registry. Overall, the network card is OK but it does KO your MS Windows Winsock file. Used Intel and Linksys network cards with no problems - smooth and paineless installation. In the future, I will stay away from D-Link products and stick with Intel and Linksys. ... Read more

59. D-Link DWL-520 Wireless 802.11b PCI Adapter
list price: $49.99
our price: $41.99
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Asin: B000063XJ7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 7586
Average Customer Review: 2.37 out of 5 stars
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  • Uses PCI interface
  • Supports 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, and 1 Mbps data rates with automatic fallback
  • Up to 128-bit encryption
  • Uses 2.4 GHz frequency and direct sequence spread spectrum technology
  • Indoor range of up to 328 feet

Reviews (19)

1-0 out of 5 stars Please do not support a business that does not offer support
Me, like many others have the problems with the Blue Screen of Death, and an NMI Parity error. It has nothing to do with memory or anything else. There is a problem with the driver which D-Link have done nothing to remedy. They have been continously confronted with the problem, but does not offer any solutions except for one that solves the problem on a particular Compaq model.

This company does not deserve any customers. Please buy another WLAN card.

1-0 out of 5 stars another problem device
I echo other complaints about the DWL520. The connection is made with very good signal strength and quality. However, the device refuses to make any throughput. It would almost never successfully load a page. The irony is that I am using another Dlink product as the router. The 520 is a poor product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Product is junk and tech support a joke.
Using this wirless network card dropped my internet download speed from 2700 Kbps to 1200 Kbps.

That's with link quality of 100 and only one other computer on the network with no applications running on either computer (aside from the one browser window required for the test). Both computers had brand new DLink DWL-520 Wireless network cards operating into a new DLink DI-514 router.

Following industry standards, DLink apparently mans their first echelon phones with technical illiterates who while capable of following a scripted check list, haven't a clue what's causing your problem or how their sequence of steps might might solve it.

So, after numerous calls, multiple case IDs, and never talking to the same person twice, I decided it was best to cut my losses and give up before they reconfigured my computer to the point where it wouldn't work at all.

If you surf the web a lot or do internet gaming, stay clear of DLink products. Stick with a reputable name and save yourself the aggravation and wasted hours trying to make cheap junk like this work. The money you save isn't worth the headaches.

1-0 out of 5 stars Waste of time and money.

I bought this NIC at CompUSA for $40 and thought it would make a nice, low cost wireless card. This thing was a nightmare from start to finish. The configuration utility that comes with it is totally counterintuitive. Nothing is where you think it would be. After installation, it detected my wireless network just fine. Steady 80-90% signal strength with NINETY-FIVE PERCENT packet loss. The connection would be stable for two minutes at the most and then die. I tried different PCI slots, I tried different channels, I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the software... nothing worked. I called D-Link support multiple times and spoke to a totally clueless "technician" each time. They offered such pearls as "try a different router" and "try uninstalling your sound card". Please.

There are plenty of other complaints online about this piece of junk. Don't bother buying this card. It's a complete joke.

1-0 out of 5 stars Major software bug and NO customer support
The 520+ "works"... for the most part. However, it
has a fundamental software bug that causes an NMI memory
parity error on shutdown causing your computer to freeze
with a "blue screen" and error message. There is no way
out of the freeze unless you unplug the computer.

For Compaq's they have a workaround to their bug. You may...
may... might be able to workaround their bug by diddling your
system BIOS (always a fun adventure unless you botch up a keystroke). For HP (and possibly others) there is no workaround. You are stuck. Repeated emails to D-Link have yielded nothing, which says something about there customer "service".

Stay away from D-Link unless you like pulling the power
plug in and out on your computer. Poor, buggy software and NO
customer service.

Use and install at your own significant risk. ... Read more

60. D-Link DSS-5+ 10/100MB Dual Speed Ethernet Switch

our price: $25.99
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Asin: B000023VUE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 8156
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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The D-Link DSS-5+ is a powerful desktop Dual Speed 5-port 10/100Mb Ethernet/Fast Ethernet NWay auto-negotiating switch.It functionally eliminates unnecessary traffic and relieves data congestion by delivering dedicated bandwidth for each of the five ports. An individual port can connect to either an Ethernet or Fast Ethernet device. NWay auto-negotiation automatically determines the transmission speed of the attached device on each port.

The DSS-5+ provides dynamic buffer allocation that employs network-load balancing for faster data handling. The uplink interface connection enables easy expansion. The DSS-5+ uses fast store-and-forward architecture to ensure low latency and high data integrity. It supports stacking through the MDI II uplink RJ-45 connection, which is shared with port 1 for flexible media connection and expansion capabilities. ... Read more


  • 10/100Mbps dual speed Ethernet switch
  • Five ports
  • Reduces network traffic congestion
  • Employs network load balancing for faster data handling
  • Uplink interface connection enables easy expansion

Reviews (10)

3-0 out of 5 stars I will have to return this for the third time soon...
The very first one of these I got was the new fan-less design. It worked great for about a year but then it fried one of its ports AND took out my 3Com network card at the same time. :-(

I called and D-Link replaced the switch for free (but of course wouldn't even send me one of their 10/100 cards to replace the 3Com), but the replacement I got is one of the older "with fan" units.

The problem? The fan is now making a horrible noise/rattle but has not actually failed as of yet, so I doubt D-Link would replace it again until the fan actually died...

Bottom line - great product, reliability is a bit suspect, though, and I'm a bit unhappy they replaced my newer unit with a refurbed "Rev. A" unit...

5-0 out of 5 stars This is what you are looking for
No doubt a great and simple piece of electronics. I consider my self a technology-saavy but I just got started with the world of HomeLans. Not knowing much, made me shop for quite a while for the best featured, great pricing device. I was quite eager to receive the D-Link DSS-5+ and it was quite easy to put it to work. In less than 10 minutes I had my network up and running. Great features like 5/port connectivity, auto speed sensing, uplink port, and low price make this a must for every home lan, even if you buy it by mistake.

5-0 out of 5 stars Small, simple but reliable
I have had this equipment for a year now. In the past 11 months I have used it at my home network with an ISDN connection, but last month we upgraded to ADSL and the result is even better.
My home is in Guatemala City and on this small country we have plenty of communication technology that makes this kind of services posible.
Again, is the best equipment your money can buy, zero problems. I really recomend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sweetest little switch!
I have been replacing my ethernet hubs with switches (because the throughput on a switch is much better than on a hub). After extensive review, I decided to get one D-Link 5-port switch and one Netgear 5-port switch, both auto-sensing for 10/100 rate. The truth is, they both work great! They both perform well, and were equally easy to hookup (no software to deal with). I will add one thing, and that is that the D-Link box was a much nicer design than the Netgear. First of all, it is much smaller (the picture of the D-Link here is deceiving). Secondly, the Netgear has the LED lights and the ethernet ports on the same side. For my setup, I prefer the ports on the back and the lights on the front. I think the Netgear switch was fashioned more for a rack. Style aside, a big thumbs up for both of these switches!

5-0 out of 5 stars Nothing bad to say about it...
This device arrived as a replacement for my 10bT hub. The process of actually replacing it was just as easy. I'm now getting the performance that I was seeking for my network...and at a great price! ... Read more

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