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61. Wireless Access Point, PoE, SNMP;
62. D-Link DWL-922 Wireless USB Network
$27.99 $12.00 list($39.99)
63. D-Link DFE-690TXD 10/100 Cardbus
$103.54 $39.95 list($129.99)
64. D-Link DWL-A650 802.11a Wireless
$81.69 $79.99 list($99.99)
65. D-Link DI-714P+ 2.4GHZ Wireless
$70.99 $60.98 list()
66. D-Link DCM-201 USB/Ethernet Cable
$29.99 list($59.99)
67. D-Link AirPlus DWL-650+ Wireless
list($89.99)
68. D-Link AirPlus DI-614+ Wireless
$239.39 list($299.99)
69. D-Link DPG-2000W Presentation
$40.99 $39.85 list($69.99)
70. D-Link DSS-8+ Dual-Speed 8-port
list($99.99)
71. D-Link DI-713P Wireless Broadband
$79.99 $48.00
72. D-Link DI-704P 4-Port 10BT/100BTX
$98.99 $92.00 list()
73. D-Link DP-311U Wireless 802.11b
$22.99 $17.63 list($29.99)
74. D-Link DKVM-CB3 10ft KVM Cable,
$34.45 list($49.99)
75. D-Link DWL-120 11 Mbps Wireless
$31.99 $19.99 list()
76. D-Link DGE-530T PCI Network Adapter
$66.99 list($199.99)
77. D-Link DCF-650W Wireless CompactFlash
$69.99 $22.99 list($89.99)
78. D-Link DFB-A5 3-Port Firewire
$21.99 $7.99 list($29.99)
79. D-Link DSB-H4 USB 4-Port Hub
$22.99 list($29.99)
80. D-Link 10/100 Ethernet PC Card

61. Wireless Access Point, PoE, SNMP; AES, 802.11g, 108Mbps
list price: $199.99
our price: $171.99
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Asin: B0002Z45E0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 44149
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Features

  • Supports Four Operation Modes: Access Point, Point-to-Point, Point-to-Multi-Point, Repeater
  • Strong Wireless Connection with 5dBi Antenna
  • Up to 108Mbps Maximum Wireless Signal Range
  • Enhanced Security with AES, WPA, and 802.1x User Authentication

62. D-Link DWL-922 Wireless USB Network Router/Adapter Kit, 802.11g, 54Mbps, Includes DI-524 & DWL-G122

Asin: B0006V7HVI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 16309
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • User-Friendly Web-based interface for management and configuration
  • Provides wireless 802.11g connectivity for any USB enabled computer
  • Transfer rates up to 54Mbps
  • Includes DI-524 Cable/DSL Wireless Router and DWL-G122 Compact Wireless USB Adapter
  • Advanced Firewall and Security protection

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast Easy Set Up, Great Product
Received this product and was up and running in minutes.

I am very pleased that the directions were easy to follow, and that the unit performed as stated. Hooked up an old windows 98 slow computer with the USB adaptor. IT just plugs right in. Loaded the software, and immediately could surf the internet at cable modem speed. AAAAA++ for simplicity and doing what the product description states.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great, but download new firmware first...
Pro: Very fast setting up to get wireless connection and the speed was pretty good at 24-36 Mbps.

Con: But I have no luck connecting it to my broadband cable ISP for over 90 min of fruitless tweaking (I'm an IT guy and consider myself geek), I decided to give it a shot upgrading firmware before calling up the tech support... Bingo, it worked!

Con: One reason it took me over 90 min troubleshooting... almost every configuration change requires a router reboot! It certainly beats Microsoft, Netgear, and Linksys on that.

Con: Btw, you can't forward a range of ports to a specific host, you have to specify port by port.

Con: if you want to secure your network by using MAC address filter to prohibit unauthorized access, you have to put in the MAC of your wireless clients, as well as the MAC of the wired clients. I don't know why D-Link would consider wired eithernet client a risk.

Pro: But once you set it up properly, the router works fine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product!!!
I like this product. It comes with a 802.11g, 54Mbps router and a USB 1.0 adapter. So, everyone has high speed internet and a computer can have wireless internet using the D-Link DWL-922.
The performance is excellent. It did not slow down the connection speed. One tip for those who brought the DWL-922. Log on the web-site and find the appropriate installation precedure. DON'T trust the maunal from the box. Their web-site has more detail, step-by-step instruction. It can save you hours of works. ... Read more


63. D-Link DFE-690TXD 10/100 Cardbus NIC with Built-in Connectors
list price: $39.99
our price: $27.99
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Asin: B00006B7CG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 7275
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Works with both MAC and PC
  • 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet 32-bit PC Card adapter
  • WHQL Certified for Windows Compatibility
  • With a built-in Connector, RJ-45 LAN cables can be directly plugged into computer

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Mac OSX Kernel Panics
This is a strange one. On MacOSX 10.2.8, it works fine with the DSL modem at 10M, but is a disaster with the school network at 100M. And by disaster, I mean: Kernel Panics. It's the kind of crash where everything stops, the screen dims, and you get the "you must restart your macintosh" in four languages. To address this, I did the following: 1) re-installed the driver (1.1.3); 2) re-installed OSX 10.2.8; 3) re-installed OSX 10.2.8 without preserving user or internet settings; 4) erased my MacOSX partition and re-installed everything from scratch. Still, I get kernel panics within 10 minutes of going online at 100M, and at no other time (even with the card used for 10M dsl; even when card is plugged in but not attached). Note: user reviews of d-link's USB wi-fi dongle for MacOSX record a similar problem.

Until this problem is corrected, I strongly recommend against use of this card for MacOSX 10.2.8 installations.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Perfectly, Easy to Install
Within 15 minutes of receiving this card I had my local area network up and running between two computers. Admittedly, I was looking to do something very simple: two computers, side by side, connected with an RJ45 cable (not included with the card). The drivers included on the CD-ROM work fine with Windows 98. My only complaints are that the card sticks out of the PCMCIA slot about an inch and that if you remove the card and reinsert it the card needs to reinstall (a simple process). I bought this card as a cheap test to see if I could set up a simple network before trying to tackle a wireless network. I am so satisfied that I will probably buy D-Link wireless hardware.

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent product
built-in connector avoids the need for a dongle. if you have a cable connector for your ethernet it will not connect to this device. this device is only for RJ-45 type connectors. ... Read more


64. D-Link DWL-A650 802.11a Wireless Air Pro PC Card Adapter
list price: $129.99
our price: $103.54
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Asin: B000063XJ6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 16984
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 5 GHz, 802.11a compliant and WiFi5 compatible
  • Up to 72 Mbps in "Turbo" mode
  • 152-bit WEP encryption
  • Eight non-overlapping channels
  • Diagnostics software included

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Cool product, poor implementation
I read all the reviews and couldn't wait for my access point and PC card to arrive. I consider myself a fairly techie person but I haven't dabbled in networking much. It took 5 hours and 2 phone calls to D-Link tech support to get this setup. The quick install directions for the card are pretty easy. Most of my problems were with D-Link's wireless access point (DWL-5000AP) and how it interacted with D-Link's router (I-604). But, I figured that once set up, who cares how long it took as long as the product works.
Here's where I had problems ... I could walk around my house and enjoy a very fast connection. Fifteen minutes to an hour later, the connection would drop. I could place my laptop next to the wireless access point and it couldn't get a signal. I called D-Link again. The tech service guy finally came back with an answer: .11a doesn't work well through walls. They suggested that I call the sales department to find a more suitable D-Link product. That didn't seem to explain my problem or anything that I read about .11a, so I shipped mine back yesterday. I'm going to give the NetGear .11b equipment a try. I know it won't be as fast or as cool. I'm just shooting for a reliable connection right now.

3-0 out of 5 stars It works as advertized but there is an issue with Win XP
I purchased this card for my Dell c800 laptop together with D-Link's DWL-5000AP access point. For the most part, it works out of the box and installs flawlessly. However, this card does not appear to be fully XP compatible. The drivers available for it are quite "old" (April 2002) and ARE NOT CERTIFIED XP COMPATIBLE. This card is not "hot-swappable" as it will cause XP to blue screen if you pop it out of the slot without stopping it. A call to D-Link support confirmed this along with the fact that they have still not received certification from Microsoft. I would stay away from this product until they do.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy Install, Easy Configuration, and Easy to get FAST Speed
All I had to do was install the drivers in my laptop, reboot and plug the card in the PC card slot. When it boots back up it recognizes the hardware and installation is almost instant. It even connects to the router/ap instantly. I was very impressed and pleased with the range and speeds I get with this wireless card. I am able to surf the internet and play games outside with a high speed connection and NO WIRES.

If you have the money I'd say go for it. If you are looking for a wireless 802.11b product I'd say go for the DWL-650+ because it's double the speeds compared to older 11Mbps hardware and a better price. But I like speed and 802.11a is all about speed.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Faster the Better - It Doesn't Get Much Faster Than This
I love the speed of the 802.11a products, and D-Link has now made it easy for me to use. I get great range with this and the DWL-5000AP. I feel very comfortable that my high speed wireless network is secure with the 256-bit WEP encryption, plus all the other security related features this has.

Works great for me and I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple Install and Works out of the Box with DWL-5000AP
This card worked out of the box for me when I paired it up with the DWL-5000AP from D-Link. I was very pleased with my first installation of a wireless network. I just followed the instructions and everything went as planned.

The range is great because I get good signal strength even outside on my patio. Surfing the Internet outside on a laptop is a whole different feeling than inside on a desktop.

My friend even bought one of these just so when he comes over with his laptop we can play some LAN games. ... Read more


65. D-Link DI-714P+ 2.4GHZ Wireless Router
list price: $99.99
our price: $81.69
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Asin: B00006SKKD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 7389
Average Customer Review: 3.52 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Advanced Firewall
  • Built-in 4-port switch with print server
  • Up to 22 Mbps and 802.11b Compatible
  • 256-bit WEP for added security
  • Dual high-performance detachable, omni-directional antennas

Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars My Excellent Router
I've had nothing but pleasure from this device. It's been running for three weeks now, without a hitch. I'm using all aspects of it: wired switch, wireless switch, print server, firewall with DMZ.

Configuration was fairly straightforward, but the "Quick Installation Guide" is poorly written. If you follow the Configuration Wizard, though, it walks you through everything you need to get started. Mmm... I take that back. I had to power-cycle my modem before it would work. I don't think that was mentioned in the Quick guide or in the Wizard. Also, firewall port configuration is not covered in the quick start guide or the wizard, but it's well-explained in the manual.

A word about the manual. As I mentioned, the Quick guide is VERY poorly written. The english is bad, the examples are poor, and not all topics are covered. The Configuration Wizard does it's job well though. However, there is an EXCELLENT manual on the CD. IT's 84 pages long and it documents everything you need to configure all aspects of this router, in plain, easy-to-read language, including "for Dummies"-style explanations of the technologies and installation considerations.

I get good signal strength all over my house, and i'm using a Netgear A/B card (model WAB501) in my laptop.

And -- the price is outstanding for everything you're getting in this one box. When it first came out, it was over $200 and that was a stretch. Today (6/22/03), it's $70, after rebates. Can you beat that!?! With a print server to boot!?!? What a deal!

For the sake of this review, I called D-Link Tech Support. I didn't have a problem to report, so I can't speak to some of the other reviewers' concerns that they get a different answer for the same question each time they call. But I called on a Saturday afternoon and got a technician after about 3 minutes on hold. That seems reasonable to me. They advertise 24/7 support, and it doesn't expire.

If you purchase this hardware, I hope you have the same good experience I have had. Good luck.

3-0 out of 5 stars Print Server is not APPLE compatible
I bought this router because of its print server, however, this doesn't work with my Powerbook...it is a real disappointment!

4-0 out of 5 stars Novice installer
Have had the router for a week now and after the setup hassle, it's worked well. My old Lexmark Z32 inkjet printer works fine after turning off bi-directional connection. I'm using a Netgear MA521 notebook adapter after incredible frustration with the D-Link adapter originally purchased.
I thought the Quick Installation Guide could be more clear-then again I've never done this before. Use the D-Link FAQ site-it helped me figure out how to attach to AOL.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works fine with my Canon i850 !!!
The 714p+ print server works fine with my Canon i850 !!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Works great - firmware issues to know about....
Setup: fairly straightforward. There is a "wizard" setup for those who don't like to go through every single option screen. The screen navigation is laid out in a simple, but not intuitive manner - it takes a few moments to realize the buttons on the left change with tab options at the top, but the buttons on the left don't change if there are multiple screens on the right (like "next page" or a button to press). There is no "go back a page" - they expect you to hit the button to the right that is still visible. All my complaining about that aside - it's as easy, if not easier, to navigate and find settings than both netgear and linksys.

Print server: no setup available on the router - it either is or is not plugged in. Software setup for PC works fine. Did not try it with linux yet.

Wireless: finally, something that works with 64/128 bit WEP. Netgear never worked. Linksys was so-so. This works. NOTE: For those who want to limit ACCESS to the WIRELESS by MAC ADDRESS - this unit cannot do it. It can limit by MAC to the INTERNET, but that will also limit who can attach to the unit, both with wireless and with a physical connection. Most other units only use this filter to limit access to the wireless portion. If used, you have to put in all the machines connecting to it - both wireless and physical....

Firewall: Syslog, email logs available. Nice. SPI works. DMZ support. Passthrough ports available. Works great with my nortel VPN client (this is always a good test of PPTP and so on).

FIRMWARE NOTE: I had the hardest time getting this thing to work with windows terminal services. No matter what setting I used, it would lock up then drop the connection until I rebooted the router (software reboot). Some settings would go longer, but I could get it to lock up within 2 minutes. Nothing seemed to fix it - a few people have reported this on the internet, but since most people aren't using the terminal services part of windows on a regular basis - they would never know it.

The fix was to load the 1.22 firmware, not the 1.23 that came with it. This REMOVES the 802.1X authentication tab (some type of shared radius key BS - if you want radius support, get a REAL wireless device) and it removes the 4X mode for the B+ series of wireless adapters (which I do not have anyway).

TO LOAD FIRMWARE: you would need to run either executable (one for MAC or the other for PC) OR use the web browser to upload the file (requires either java or activeX - not sure) because it opens up the "open file" dialog box - meaning - experimental browsers, like those in my beloved linux box - don't work well with this. ALSO - it states in no unclear terms DO NOT UPGRADE USING A WIRELESS LINK. Use a hard wired computer. I went from 1.23 to 1.22 and back and forth and so on testing this remote desktop issue.

FINAL FIX: load 1.23, hit the button to reset the router to the defaults, load 1.22, reboot, hit the button to reset the router to the defaults, then type all your configuration back in.

Why the crazy steps? If you loaded 1.23, typed ANYTHING in the boxes that aren't available in 1.22 - it remembers and will cause problems, even though that option isn't availble in 1.22 (I tried this - several times for fun). 1.23 -> load setup defaults -> load 1.22 -> load setup defaults -> configure.

Live without their crippled version of RADIUS (if you don't know what this is you don't need it) and who cares about the crappy 4X mode for the B+ stuff? Another marketing ploy anyway.

Bottom line - with some experimentation, I figured out the firmware thing. IT has worked BETTER than the linksys ever did (can we say firmware of the week?) and improved over the netgears I have used (you can print and not be disconnected from the internet - thanks a lot netgear).

4 stars because firmware is supposed to fix stuff, and their two listed updates should not have affected the RDP stuff in 2000/XP. But it did. ... Read more


66. D-Link DCM-201 USB/Ethernet Cable Modem

our price: $70.99
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Asin: B0000A0BOR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 11015
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Plug & Play Installation
  • USB/Ethernet Connectivity
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, 98se, Me, NT4, 2000, XP, Mac OS, Unix and other popular operating systems

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars HOT! HOT! HOT!
The transfer rates of this modem are great but this modem gets way too hot. This modem had to be placed on the floor far from the computer. I returned this modem and got a Linksys and the heat problem is gone. This DLink modem can't be stacked because of the heat

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Easy to Install
Heck I didn't even have to install this. My cable guy came over to install the new Internet connection and he actually installed the modem. I watched how he did it and bascially all he did was plug in the cable, the ethernet, and the power and that was it.

There isn't much more to say about this. It looks cool on my desk, it is a nice hard metal and seems very sturdy. Sometimes it feels nice and warm on the outside, but it doesn't effect he performance from what I can tell.

5-0 out of 5 stars What Great Cable Modem
This Modem was and is very easy to use. You just plug it in and you never touch it afterwards. Basically it connects to your ISP automatically and serves up your internet blazing fast. I used to use the modem that our ISP provided, but I did the math and it turns out to be cheaper if you buy your own instead of paying $5/month for theirs. Plus this router matches my D-Link home network so everything looks uniform on my desk.

5-0 out of 5 stars Plug and Play Internet
I used to have a cable modem that was provided by my cable company but I didn't want to pay the monthly lease fee anymore so I went out and bought this D-Link Cable Modem. I wasn't sure what all I had to do to get it to work, but when I asked a more computer knowledgable friend he said I just needed to plug it in and it will automatically configure itself.

So that's all I did. I called my cable company and told them I'd be switching modems, they wanted some long number off the back of the modem and said I was all set to go. So I plugged in the coax cable on the modem and plugged in the power. Within the next 10 seconds I was connected tot he Internet again.

Very easy. ... Read more


67. D-Link AirPlus DWL-650+ Wireless 22 Mbps PC Card
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B000068UY7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 4082
Average Customer Review: 3.72 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The DWL-650+ is an enhanced 802.11b CardBus that is fully compatible with the IEEE 802.11b standard, making it interoperable with all existing 802.11b-compliant devices. Now you can transfer files or communicate up to 20 percent faster than with earlier 802.11b solutions, even when connected to a standard 802.11b network. When you're connected to other D-Link AirPlus products, the performance is even greater--up to 22 Mbps. The DWL-650+ also features 256-bit WEP encryption, giving you a higher level of security for your data and communications.

The D-Link AirPlus DWL-650+ also includes a configuration utility to discover available wireless networks and create and save detailed connectivity profiles for those networks accessed most often. The DWL-650+ is a powerful 32-bit CardBus adapter that installs quickly and easily on laptop PCs, and, when used with other D-Link AirPlus products, automatically connects to the network. And all D-Link wireless adapters can be used in ad hoc mode to connect directly with other cards, or in infrastructure mode to connect with a wireless access point for access to the Internet in an office or home network. ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 22 Mbps with AirPlus products
  • Fully 802.11b compatible
  • Higher data encryption (64/128/256-bit)
  • For laptop computers
  • 3-year warranty

Reviews (141)

5-0 out of 5 stars Faster than other 801.11b products
I bought this 650+ with a D Link AirPlus 614+, also supports 22 Mbps. When I tried to transmit some files under 22 Mbps mode, speed was almost same as 11 Mbps mode. I think the firmware and drivers are not optimized well enough. The DWL-650+ has cardbus interface and it's really 20% faster than other 802.11b products which has pcmcia interface as they insist. This router has good web based interface and good quality.

5-0 out of 5 stars Free your laptop from wires
Purchased this card to compliment the DI-614+ wireless router I purchased. Installed this into my HP N5495 PIII laptop (1.06Ghz, 512 MB, Win XP Home) with out any problems at all. Installed drivers as instructed, installed card and it was instantly recognized and windows finished the new adapter installation. As soon as the install finished I was connected. I have heard people having problems installing these D-Link cards without first disabling other network adapters but my computer has two others that are enabled and they cause no problems. I installed my router in the corner of my basement and can roam to the opposite end of our 3 bedroom brick ranch home with no worse than 55% signal strength. My Roadrunner service is providing 275-325 Kbps consistantly on this card almost everywhere in the house. I've had great luck with the card and got a great deal on it. I have also used 3 other D-link products and have nothing but easy installations with good working products.

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't upgrade the drivers with Windows XP and a Dell laptop!
After many long hours on the phone with tech support, who was at times helpful, and at other times not helpful, I've come to the conclusion from countless testing and reboots that any drivers except the ones that came with my card do not work.

I believe the driver that came on my install disk was 2.02 or something, that works fine. If you have XP, and/or a Dell laptop (mine is Inspiron 5100), DO NOT UPDATE THE DRIVERS, EVER. You get a blue screen system error about the driver not being equal or something and saying it was dumping the data, etc...

Other that that, the card seems to work fine, however, the distance isn't what I expected and certain walls in my office block it for some reason. I must admit that I've put way too many hours into making this work at home and in the office. It really shouldn't be this hard. Perhaps I'm one of those people that it just didn't work out for. I would honestly buy a different brand before buying D-link again simply because of my poor experience.

4-0 out of 5 stars works better than the linksys card
I 1st bought the linksys wireless network card. I was able to connect to the access point, but not the Internet. Their technical support was clueless. I returned it for the D-Link card. I was able to get it to work on our corporate network but found that for WEP encrpytion it would not autoconvert the catch code phrase into 128 bit hex. However, I was able to find a free Internet converter at http://www.mikezilla.com/exp0012.html which allow me to enter in the code word. It would be nice if DLINK updated their software to do this automatically.

2-0 out of 5 stars DROPS CONNECTION TO ROUTER CONSTANTLY!
Tech support could not help, switching laptops did nothing. A replacement DWL-650+ showed the same symptoms. I then decided to buy a cheap wireless VCNET 22mbps card (9.95$) and it has never ever lost the connection to the router, the signal is consistently stronger (now I can use it in the back yard where as the D-Link) would drop to a red connection and within seconds lose the connect entirely.
Just a waste of money, go with a no name brand, they work fine. The D-Link router (DI-641+ or better) does perform brilliantly though. ... Read more


68. D-Link AirPlus DI-614+ Wireless 22 Mbps Broadband Router
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B000068UY6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 4834
Average Customer Review: 3.62 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The AirPlus DI-614+ combines the latest advancements in 802.11b chip technology and robust firewall security features. The DI-614+ is ideal for those creating their first wireless network, as well as for more advanced users looking for additional management settings and policy-based content filtering. Filters can be set based on MAC address, IP address, URL, and domain name.

A simple yet intelligent Web-based setup wizard makes the DI-614+ easy for any user to quickly and securely connect computers to share a high-speed Internet connection, files, resources, games, or just communicate. An integrated four-port switch allows direct connection for up to four computers. Several wireless clients can also securely connect to the network using 64-, 128-, or 256-bit encryption.

Additional advanced features include pass-through of multiple concurrent IPSec and PPTP VPN sessions for telecommuters or for anyone who needs to transmit sensitive information more securely.

The D-Link AirPlus DI-614+ is the ideal networking solution for small offices, home offices, schools, dorm rooms, coffee shops, and other small businesses that cater to the public. ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 22 Mbps and 802.11b compatible
  • Advanced Firewall and Parental Control
  • Share Internet with built-in 4-port switch
  • 256-bit data encryption
  • 3-year warranty

Reviews (273)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Interface, But poor software and 802.11b compatibility
I got the Dlink as a replacement for my Linksys BEFSR4 (non-wireless) which died during a lightening storm. At first look the User interface is confusing but I soon realized it was better organized for the new user. The routers DHCP didnt pick up my DSL ip so I had to hard code my ip and then flashed the 2.0 firmware. I would recommend everyone to upgrade their firmware to atleast 2.0. I set up WEP 256 right from the start
The Bad:
1. It worked well with my Dlink 614+ card on one of my laptops, but I could not get the configuration utility to work on my main laptop. I finally got it working by hacking the windows registry, but Dlink Support are still clueless.
2. I was in for more problems when I bought a US robotics wireless card, you would think that 802.11b would ensure smooth compatibility. I got the card all setup (had to reduce the wep to 128 bit as WEP 256 is not supported on this card.) The router seemed to detect the card as I could see the MAC address in the wireless status screen, but there was no ip and no link. I havent tried using any other cards but looks like there could be a compatibility issue.
3. When setting my Virtual servers (port forwarding) I only set one custom port forwarding and when I tried to add one more it reported that it had "run out of space". But infact it allows me to add more settings on other pages.
4. D-Link claims this device to be a router, but there is no way to statically route my connections along a particular path. I think thats essential because then I could share my wireless internet connection with anyone and not compromise my LAN. My LinkSys had this feature I dont know if the LinkSys Wireless router has this feature.
5. Their support stinks
6. No SNMP Support. My LinkSys router used to support SNMP (Simple network Management Protocol allows you to save logs on your computer) and SPI (stateful packet inspection rejects any packets whose connections dont originate from your LAN)

The Good: 1. D-Link has the best warranty in the industry 3 years (My Linksys died in 1.5 years with a warranty of 1 year)
2. The Dlink is fast I can get up to 22 MBPS
3. The range is great.
4. Has a feature by which you can save all your configuration changes on to a file great if you want to reset your router or change setting and experiment.
5. Good buy for a novice user.
6. Great price

5-0 out of 5 stars Working Perfectly for 5 Months Now ...
The install was easy, the setup was simple, and performance has been better than great.

I have Earthlink DSL (PPPoE) and this router connected within about 2 minutes of when I set it up, and has only dropped my connection once or twice since then. And even then the drop only lasted about 10 minutes. I think this was caused by my ISP when I was assigned a new IP address and the router had to update the info to reconnect.

I have been using 128-bit WEP since I bought it 5 months ago and everything has been working fine. Collegues of mine have come over every now and then and they can connect to my wireless network just fine with their name brand cards as long as they have the correct WEP key.

I update my router with new firmware every now and then, and almost every time it adds more features or speed. Like fairly recently the speeds have increased due to the 4x firmware D-Link released. I also upgraded the firmware on my DWL-650+ and was able to acheive those higher speeds. Transfering files between my laptop and backup server takes less time now.

Since I've bought this I have never had a reason to reboot/reset it except of course when I upgraded the firmware or changed some vital settings.

I am pleased with this purchase and believe I will be for years to come.

1-0 out of 5 stars Garbage
This product works for a couple months and you "think" its the best thing since sliced bread... HOWEVER as the months go on, it starts having problems... such as rebooting itself at random times disconnecting you from the internet, and not allowing you to view certain web sites. Technical support is very slow and couldn't resolve my problem. After several WEEKS they issued an RMA and sent me a refurbished model with the same problems. So I wouldn't recommend this product, or any D-Link product if you want something that's going to last and work for more than a year.

1-0 out of 5 stars Trouble, trouble, trouble.
I read alot of the reviews here, and half of them say they plug it in, forget about it, and love it. The other half say they have difficulties with it in one form or another. I know, though, for a fact, that trying to fix problems you MAY have is a pain in the ass. D-Link's tech support has solutions to offer you, but as I and half the internet community can attest, they very often don't work.

There is also the fact that OLDER versions of their firmware are more stable than newer versions. One of the things I've seen very rarely on their own webpage, and constantly from other users on the internet, is that -downgrading- your firmware is the solution to many problems.

My reccomendation, if you must buy this router, it so download Trendware's firmware - You can make the DL 614+ accept the foreign firmware(Google it, if you must ask), and Trendware's actually WORKS. The 614+'s firmware is worthless, and even their tech support don't know how to make it work.

Worse yet, their tech support don't seem to know what they don't know.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great 22mbps Wireless AP Router
I am a Network Analyst and have used Linksys and Netgear for clients and friends. But personally I use D-Link. Price wise they are the lowest compared to the aforementioned companies. With the AirPlus and great wireless conditions (less obstructions) you will get greater speeds up to 22mbps. I recommend this product to all people who wish to go to wireless. I got this model on Rev. A. when it had two antennas.
I had updated to the firmware v2.18 (no need to get the newer version since I don't have any issues). I think since I have had this product, the ONLY time I had to restart it was during its initial configuration and once after the firmware update. Honestly one of the BEST wireless routers AP around for the price. C|net's favorite pick too. Also, if you have many obstacles or need to extend or add an Access Point GET the DWL-800AP+!!! Simple!!! FAST!!! and Versatile.
Sticking with D-Link, I just purchased a DP-300U Print Server, WOW what another great D-Link item.
I read the previous post of the Network fella that had a hard time, sorry to hear, but in your case it might not have been your Dlink. ... Read more


69. D-Link DPG-2000W Presentation Gateway, 802.11g
list price: $299.99
our price: $239.39
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Asin: B0001NA3DA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 12734
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Features

  • Enables communication with any wireless laptop or computer.
  • Supports IEEE 802.11g wireless standards with transfer speed of up to 54 MPS
  • Provides for real time display of images, applications, and presentations
  • Compatible with virtually any presentation projector or monitor
  • Web-based adminutility for customization options, configuration settings, and firmware upgrades

70. D-Link DSS-8+ Dual-Speed 8-port 10/100 Mbps Auto-Negotiating Switch
list price: $69.99
our price: $40.99
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Asin: B00004SYO3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 14244
Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DSS-8+ is a powerful desktop dual-speed 8-port 10/100 Mbps Ethernet/Fast Ethernet NWay auto-negotiating switch. Designed to bring switching to the small office and small business, the DSS-8+ delivers high-speed switching capabilities at a low price per port. The switch functionally eliminates unnecessary traffic and relieves data congestion by delivering dedicated bandwidth for each of the 8 ports. An individual port can connect to either an Ethernet or Fast Ethernet device, and n-way auto negotiation automatically determines the transmission speed of the attached device on each port.

The DSS-8+ provides dynamic buffer allocation that employs network-load balancing for faster data handling. The uplink interface connection enables easy expansion. The DSS-8+ uses fast store-and-forward architecture to ensure low latency and high data integrity.

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

Features

  • 8-port switch delivers dedicated bandwidth to each port and unclogs traffic
  • 1 built-in MDI-II RJ-45 uplink port
  • Each port can connect to Ethernet or Fast Ethernet devices
  • Each port matches PC/network card speed
  • Fast store-and-forward architecture ensure low latency and high data integrity

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Low Cost Switch
I love this switch. I purchased it when it cost much more than this, but I would still pay the price I paid then for it. My network went from slow to fast in about 5 minutes. I had a game party with 10 other people and a Linksys switch cascaded off of this onw and we had zero lag, and had a blast. (Playing QIII, Codename: Eagle, Need for Speed: Porsche) At the price it is now, I'm seriously considering buying another one. :)

5-0 out of 5 stars D-Link and Switches are like Peanut Butter and Jelly
When I thought of expanding my network to more that the current number of computers I have I naturally thought of D-Link for a quality switch. I chose the DSS-8+ because it is relatively inexpensive, small, and has 8 ports.

After purchasing this I found that it is actually faster than and older 5-Port switch I currently own and operate from D-Link. You don't see this very often. They are both 10/100Base-T Switches, but for some reason I get faster transmission times with the 8-Port.

There is nothing to installing a Switch, and as with any other switch there were no problems. As you probably know by now, I fully endorse D-Link and all their quality networking products.

3-0 out of 5 stars Loud!
I purchased this switch two years ago. It works perfectly except for the noise. The fan is amazingly loud. I am currently looking for a switch to replace it just because of the noise.

I see from some of the other reviews that this model has been replaced with one that doesn't have a fan. Make sure you get that one!

5-0 out of 5 stars Owned for past 6 Months - Still Working - No Problems
I bought his about 6 months ago, and it sure wasn't [the price] it is now... But I made sure then that i got one without a fan. It is much quieter, and with no moving parts i am sure it wont go bad ever.

The only thing that will make me replace this is when the standard is 1000MB/s instaed of the 100MB now. But that wont be much longer.

Highly Recommended

2-0 out of 5 stars Died after two years. Worked great for two years though.
I picked up this switch about two years ago. The internal fan stopped moving after about six months but a few blasts with an air can fixed that. It does have serious overheating issues. So after two years of being on 24/7 it finally died on me. All the LEDs were on steady and it wasn't passing any traffic.

It performed well for the two years it was in service. It's a great switch to have laying around as a spare, but definitely not for mission critical or long term use. ... Read more


71. D-Link DI-713P Wireless Broadband Router and Access Point with 3-Port Switch
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005KB24
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 10508
Average Customer Review: 3.32 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DI-713P is a broadband IEEE 802.11b compliant wireless gateway. It provides the ability to share a broadband connection as well as a print server function. You can share a DSL or cable modem connection through its three local 10/100 Ethernet ports or via its integrated Wireless IEEE 802.11b component. The DI-713P is equipped with a bidirectional LPT port to support a direct printer connection. Its integrated router and firewall provide NAT, DHCP, and packet filtering services between the local network and the Internet.

D-Link's DI-713P allows wireless LAN users to share the Internet connection while providing the security of 128-bit encryption. Static address support, integrated DHCP, PPPoE, and device name support will allow it to connect to nearly any broadband provider, whether cable or DSL based, and at the same time simplify local area network settings.

The DI-713P provides two levels of security support. First, it masks local users' IP addresses from others on the Internet, making it much more difficult for a hacker to target a machine on the network. Second, it can block and redirect certain ports to limit the services that outside users can access. Specific ports can be opened by the user to ensure that games and other Internet applications will run properly.

The router and access point combo also provides special pass-through for common VPN implementations including PPTP (Point to Point Tunneling Protocol), L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) and IPSec*. The Virtual Server feature allows the user to expose HTTP, FTP, Game Servers, and other local services to be accessible to Internet users located outside the LAN. The User-Definable Application Sensing Tunnel feature allows the user to define the attributes to support special applications requiring multiple connections, such as Internet gaming, video conferencing, and Internet telephony. A DMZ setting can be applied to a single client behind the DI-713P to expose it to the Internet and ensure complete Internet application compatibility, even if specific ports are not known.

Unlike proxy server or NAT software that requires the software server to remain visible on the Internet, no local computers are directly externally visible when using the DI-713P. Also, the DI-713P, like broadband, is always on, removing the need to constantly boot a software server when Internet access is desired from a client.

Integrated DHCP services allow up to 252 users to obtain their IP address automatically on bootup from the DI-713P. Client machines require no software; simply set them to accept a dynamically assigned IP address and reboot. Each time they are powered up, the DI-713P will recognize them and set their IP address to instantly connect them to the LAN.

* PPTP, L2TP, and IPSec support compatibility are dependent on the platform used. ... Read more

Features

  • IEEE 802.11b Compliant Access Point
  • 3-Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch
  • Hardware Router/Firewall
  • 128 bit
  • Share broadband Internet access

Reviews (162)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great value, solid performer, with some room for improvement
Pros: reasonable price; three ports for wired connections; reasonably simple administration procedures and usable interface; integrated print server (parallel connector)

Cons: no support for bi-directional communications with my HP LaserJet 1200se (e.g., it no longer tells me I'm out of paper, etc.).

After scouring the Web for insight and equipment reviews (the PracticallyNetworked site was especially helpful) of the myriad of router options, I decided on this one from D-Link. My housemate and I needed to share our newly installed cable Internet service in our three-story house, so wireless seemed like the easiest option. I put the router in my office on the second floor, and he has no trouble accessing the Net by laptop from his office on the first floor, and I can usually get 500+ Kbps (on a PII-333 laptop running a NetGear PC card) in the living room on the third floor. 2Wire's bandwidth meter clocks about a 1.5 Mbps connection for my P4-1.2 wired directly to the router.

I haven't had to call D-Link for tech support, so I can't speak to their abilities/response time. I did use their Web site to download a firmware upgrade. All told, I had our wireless net up and running in less than an hour (which also included a call into RCN to get them to tweak our cable modem on their end).

One thing to bear in mind: pick access clients that are solid performers, whether they're PC card or USB devices. Routers like this are only the access point portion of the wireless equation -- speed and range can be easily hobbled by anemic clients that can't hold up their end of the bargain.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent value for its price ...
I was looking for a LinkSys wireless DSL router in amazon.com. In my search, Amazon.com also showed me D-Link DI-713P. The price after the rebate was amazing. I ordered and received it after 10 days. I opened the neat packaging and found out the sleek DI-713P unit with 3 wired 100MB ethernet ports, a print server port, a modem port and the Wireless option. I configured it for my PPPoE DSL Modem, configured the Wireless SSID. It has an easy to use web browser based configuration program. It took just 15 minutes for me to configure the router and the wireless and wired clients. Everything worked as advertised in the product packaging box. The VPN passthrough feature of this router is a breeze and I can connect to my company's Intranet using IPSec. I would have given 5 stars for this product. Instead, I'm forced to give 4 stars because the wireless router performance is not satisfactory when I enabled WEP (both 64 and 128 bits). The performance issue must be something to do with their WEP algorithm implementation. Otherwise, it is a very reliable and superb product. A GREAT VALUE FOR ITS PRICE.

4-0 out of 5 stars Sleek Unit - Fast Wireless
The unit is very easy to install via the web browser, accessing the router's own setup software (there is nothing to install for the router, except for the printer server!) My configuration is for 1 wired XP pc, and 3 wireless DWL-120 USB adapter-connected ME pc's. The wired setup was a breeze with internet connection 10 minutes into my install at a fast 1.6 Mbp/sec communication speed. However, the quick install guide does not have a section for XP machines (a shortcoming). The DWL-120 install was also very easy -- simply load the driver and then connect the USB plug. I got 50%-90% signal strength from 70' away. The USB communication speed was decidedly lower (220Kbp/sec). I wonder if this could be improved with a PCI card (DWL-500), but I prefer the portability of USB. The manuals were fine for ME-based pc's in both router and adapter.

Now for the shortcoming -- the printer driver provided on the CDROM does not work for XP pc's. You have to go to the Dlink website to download that driver and read the FAQ for steps to install those drivers. My NEC-870 laser printer is still trying to work with the XP pc (work in progress). The ME-based pc, however loaded up the DI-713 drivers fine and printed to my laser sucessfully. The firewall also disabled my voice chat and netmeeting AV functionalities. This is a heavy price to pay for shared broadband pipeline. The tech rep told me to enable the DMV feature in the router setup advanced settings to bring down the firewall (I would still be protected by Norton's Internet Security fire wall, I hope). That gave me limited voice but no video (work in progress). Overall, I give it a 4, not 5 due to the above shortcomings. They should have XP drivers on the CDROMs by now, it need not be that tedious. That done, the DI-713/DWL-120 combo would be a fantastic setup.

4-0 out of 5 stars Reliable
In September 2001 I set our office up with a Broadband 802.11B Wireless Router from D-Link. That puppy gave me fits. I couldn't keep anything connected. Finally about a year ago it got so bad I replaced it with this router and access point.

Setup was easy, range is sufficient for us-- A two story 1890's home make into an office, and most of the network problems eased into oblivion.

I thought we were having a problem last week but it turned out to be a Siemens Wireless Network connector in its last throes.

When it comes time to replace this router I'll probably go for a D-Link again.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works, Most of the time
This is a good product that does what it says it does, most of the time. The reason I dont give it 5 stars is that every once and awhile it becomes dumb, it simply forgets that there is a cable modem hooked up to it, and the only way to fix this is to reboot it. It is a minor inconvenience, but can cause quite a bit of frustration in critical moments. ... Read more


72. D-Link DI-704P 4-Port 10BT/100BTX Broadband Gateway w/Print Server
list price: $79.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B000062X36
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 15811
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Protects your network
  • Shares your broadband connection
  • Connects and shares a printer
  • Works with any Ethernet Cable/DSL service
  • Features an integrated Firewall

Reviews (20)

2-0 out of 5 stars Can't disable firewall, unstable print server
I was thrilled when I first installed my DI-704P last summer. Internet connection sharing is a breeze, and the print server was a great feature. I soon found, however, that Windows (98, 2000 and XP) would often fail when trying to print to either of my Canon printers (BJC-2100 and S750) using the print server. I had to reconfigure Windows to print directly to the printer, which causes the program doing the printing to hang until the printing is complete. Even at this setting, the print job will often fail, requiring a re-boot of the PC. I have better luck when I cycle the power on the printer JUST before sending the print job, but that really shouldn't be necessary.

The firewall has recently began to give me problems, following a firmware update to version 2.70. I use Lotus Notes and an IBM AS400 Client emulator to access my company's VPN from home. Both programs worked flawlessly through the DI-704P until recently. Now, I have to physically bypass the router by re-plugging ethernet cables to get onto the VPN. I tried to configure the DMZ (which supposedly bypasses the firewall for one computer), but found that when I set a static IP address for the computer (as required by DMZ), I was unable to access the internet. Firewall settings are VERY spartan, and some seem to be completely ineffective even after several re-boots of the firewall and all client PCs. Overall, the management software for the DI-704P is severely lacking.

Technical support is limited (almost non-existant), but that's par for the course these days. Their web site offers firmware downloads and a FAQ section, which is very sparse on meaningful information.

I've set up several SMC and Netgear routers for my clients, and currently plan to replace this DI-704 with an SMC "SMC7008BR Cable/DSL Router with 8 Port Switch" (Amazon has a great price!).

My recommendation? Bah - skip this product and look for comparable products from SMC or Netgear.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good router & print server for cable modem.
I purchased a refurbished model for around [$$$] and everything was in perfect order. The old admin password had already been removed so there was no problem accessing configuration.

The D-Link DI-704P is very easy to hook up. I especially like the idea of having all the wiring in back and the LED's in front. As far as documentation; it is all included on the cd in pdf format. I suppose this keeps the cost down.

Getting things up and running took about half an hour, mostly because of one small undocumented glitch. It just would not connect. The problem was easily solved after reviewing the FAQ's on D-Link's web site. All I had to do was run winipcfg and release the current settings, then renew. After that just power down everything (computer, router, cablemodem). Then power the cablemodem back up and let it cycle through its procedures; power on the router; then the computer. All works perfect.

One of the main reason for choosing this unit was the print server feature. The software installed flawlessly, and reconfiguring my printer to direct it towards the D-Link print server was easy (HP DeskJet 420). Printing functions normally, so now my computer does not have to be on 24/7 to act as the print server.

I rate this product 5 stars for value and performance, but minus one star because the faq answer should have been included in the original documentation. So maybe a 4 1/2 star rating is more appropriate.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great router when it is working
There are at least three versions of this router with the print server. Mine is DI-704P revision B

This is a great print server "when" it is working. Unfortunately, it gets hot and unexpectantly quits working. I live in Calgary, Alberta and the temperature has been bitterly cold during the last two weeks. I keep the house temperature around 65 deg F in the winter and the router is well ventilated.

To get it working again, I have to unplug it and let it cool down. Then I have to reset the router. I have two other DLink Routers, a DI-604 and a DI-624. The first time that this happened, after reading the manual, I assumed that the router is reset using the same proceedure as my DI-624.

After trying many times, I contacted DLink and found out that I was not using the correct proceedure. So, I went back to my manual to see if I had misread the instructions. I discovered that something got lost in the translation from Chinese to English.

I have had to unplug (to cool) and reset the router about four times in the last two weeks and have decided to give up and replace it with the DI-604 that I had previously used. This router was purchased in September or October, 2003 and should still be under warranty. I will wait to see what DLink will do.

The DI-704P router runs considerably hotter than my other two routers. The high temperature has been reported by others on DLinks website. My experience seems similar to what others have reported.

1-0 out of 5 stars Won't Keep Working
I've had this router for about a year now. I remember it being difficult to configure, but for the most part it has worked okay until recently.

Now the router stops working constantly. I have to reboot it by unplugging it, waiting, and plugging it back in. Once I go through this routine, it's good for another few hours of use.

Obviously this is unacceptable. I'm looking for a replacement but its hard to find something with the a print server, which I really need.

5-0 out of 5 stars D-Link DI-704P (Silver Case)
The DI-704P does everything that is promised. Port forwarding works with AIM and MSN file transfers. You can play online games right out of the box without any configuring, and you can also host matches as a server with such games as Unreal Tournament 2003, Nascar 2002, and Medal of Honor without exposing yourself in the DMZ, as long as you forward the appropriate port ranges. I run Kerio firewall on all the client machines and allow those forwarded port ranges to only be accessed by the game executables. This gives me full stealth reports from grc, sygate, and pcflank, even when hosting games or doing file transfers. Out of the box, port 113 (Ident) does not stealth. This is easily fixed by forwarding this port to an unused IP address on your LAN, or to a computer with a firewall, such as Kerio, that will stealth it. The most recent firmware (version 2.70) is flexible, easily configured, and stable. The only thing that I find odd with the 704P (silver case) is the seemingly poor arrangement of ventilation holes on the case. The unit gets pretty warm to the touch. It hasn't complained, but it makes me wonder why they didn't provide for more air flow through the case. I found that by moving the provided rubber feet to one of the side ends, and standing it up, a lot more air flows through the case. So, to make it short, it looks good and it works great, and the price is right! ... Read more


73. D-Link DP-311U Wireless 802.11b USB Print Server

our price: $98.99
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Asin: B00009KH5Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 8654
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Supports all major network operating systems and protocols
  • Supports both infrastructure or ad-hoc wireless modes
  • Easy configuration with a web browser or Windows-based configuration program
  • Transmit to high-speed laser printers faster than a PC parallel port
  • Extremely portable and inexpensive compared to a PC-based print server

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy Setup and Great Documentation
My entire wireless network is composed of Linksys products, so naturally when I wanted to get a wirless print server I looked to Linksys. I went out and bought the linksys WPS11. It is a parallel port wireless print server. Got it up and running ok, but printing was really slow. Sometimes 1-2 minutes between pages on text documents. So then I went out and bought the PPS1UW print server. This is Linksys' USB version. Couldn't even get this thing going at all with my printer, which I thought was odd since my printer worked fine with the WPS11 and they have you install the same print server drivers.

After spending about 3 days troubleshooting, I went back to the store and found the DLink DP-311U. Got it home, plugged it in and had it talking to my Linksys WRT54G wireless router with 128 Bit WEP encryption in no time. This print server processes my print jobs at the same speed as when I had the printer plugged in directly to the pc. I was also impressed with the detail of documentation as opposed to the documentation of some other linksys products I had bought.

I definetly recommend this product if you are looking for a way to place your printer at a distance from your computer. Great Product.

1-0 out of 5 stars sucks!!!
Stay away from DLINK if you expect ease of use or have mixed operating systems (XP and MAC)!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars worked for me with XP Home, Linux and HP d135
I REALLY like the small size of this unit. It fits great into my new home office setup where I don't have a lot of space near the printer, or an easy way to route a long USB cable.

It is true that the quick start guide is only for Windows XP. I was able to follow the instructions and get everything working on the first try. The only problems I had were with friggin' Windows, not the DP-311U.

Once I had it set up in Windows, I added the Linux connection to the DP-311u's LPR deamon via CUPS and it worked the first time.

I did not bother with the d-link admin program. I never inserted the CD into my CD drive.

Corrections to other postings: 1. This is definately wireless, you only need a 10BaseT wire when you first set it up. 2. There is a "Reset" button that must be pressed with a pin.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very poor product,and not even wireless
Incomplete documentation. DEFINITELY do not buy this if you are not a 'techie'. And plus, its not even a wireless product! It has to be physically connected to the Wireless LAN router, so how is it wireless?

1-0 out of 5 stars If you have a mac, forget about it
As others stated, the documentation was AWFUL to say the least. Unless you have XP, you are pretty much on your own. I was able to wrangle through and get the server hooked up to my PC (windows 2000). My two macs, however, will not function with the printer. It requres you have Post Script 3 on your printer. Mine is a laser printer that isn't too old, but doesn't have that feature (would have been nice to read that before buying)
Likewise, none of the administrative software works for a Mac, so if you have no machines running Windows, you are out of luck.

Finally, and this was probably my ignorance and unrealistic expectation, but to me wireless means wireless. For mine to work, the server has to be physically connected to my wireless router via ethernet. If I have to do this, why don't I just use a physical connection in the first place? There are cheaper options for that. The picture on D-links site shows this happy little server floating in wireless space where ever you want to put it. ... Read more


74. D-Link DKVM-CB3 10ft KVM Cable, Male 2 Male Connector
list price: $29.99
our price: $22.99
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Asin: B0001NA2TK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 14908
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Features

  • 10 feet Keyboard, Video and mouse cable that is compatible with most KVM switches
  • Each cable is color coded to ensure proper installation
  • All-in-one cable that minimizes desktop clutter by combining each cable into one convenient package
  • Specially shielded with a ferrite core to reduce electromagnetic (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI)

75. D-Link DWL-120 11 Mbps Wireless USB Network Adapter
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B000056B8A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 3255
Average Customer Review: 4.03 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DWL-120 wireless LAN USB card is a high-performance wirelessUSB network adapter. At 11 Mbps, the DWL-120 is the fastest wireless networkadapter on the market today. The USB interface makes the DWL-120 easy to installand use, and the wireless adapter enables you to share hard disk drives, DVD-ROMand CD-ROM drives, Zip drives, and printers. The adapter also provides sharedaccess to an analog, cable, or DSL modem for Internet access.

Designed for desktop PCs and laptops with a USB port, the D-Link DWL-120 can beused point to point (ad hoc) or in conjunction with an access point(infrastructure mode) to extend the reach of its communications capability.Strict adherence to the latest IEEE 802.11b networking standard for wirelessconnections and USB standards makes the DWL-120 compatible with any complianthardware. The network adapter is fully mobile and seamlessly roams from accesspoint to access point. The range of coverage per cell is 100 meters indoors andup to 300 meters outdoors.

The DWL-120 operates in 2.4 GHz direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) forwireless networks in the home or office. It also uses a 40-bit Wired EquivalentPrivacy (WEP) encryption for a secure network connection. It includes aninternal nondetachable diversity patch antenna and one built-in green LEDindicator for power, network link, and activity. The DWL-120 is compatible withWindows 98 and Me; Windows 2000 compatibility is expected by late 2001.

D-Link provides a lifetime warranty on parts and labor for the DWL-120. ... Read more

Features

  • No cables between computers
  • Fast 11 Mbps
  • Connects up to 100 meters indoors, 300 meters outdoors
  • IEEE 802.11b compliant
  • 40-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) encryption

Reviews (30)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works for me and a Great Convenience
A good friend of mine had this USB adapter and a couple of other USB devices like a webcam, a zip drive, and his wireless keyboard and mouse. He was getting poor transfer rates (2-3Mbps) with this USB adapter so he decided to sell it to me and get one of the PCI type Wireless adapters. This was the perfect choice for both of us. He now gets about twice as much speed as he did with this USB adapter and I get about 5-6Mbps with this USB adapter. It seems as though he hade too many USB devices and the bandwidth allotted for this device wasn't what he wanted.

We also found out, after actually reading the manual thoroughly, that placing wireless devices near monitors, TVs, radios, and anything else that uses radio waves could suck up the signal strength of the wireless products. (His USB adapter was on top of his monitor, since that was the highest point he figured it was best.) Turns out it wasn't.

So I ended up getting a good deal, and a great product. And he ended up finding a good alternative. I would like to send my thanks to my friend Matt for the good price and D-Link for the useful documentation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Quick Installation and Great Documentation
I own the Wireless Network Kit D-Link sells and it comes with two of these Wireless USB Network Adapters. I was able to set-up my network in about an hour and only ran into one problem. But it turned out to be my fault and thank to the documentation I was able to solve it rather quickly. Next time I will read the instructions a little better.

The netowork runs fast and I am more than happy with the results. I highly recommend this product along with the Kit for people who are like me and don't want to run wires thoughout their home.

2-0 out of 5 stars The D-Link disappoints.
While the thought of being able to simply plug-and-play and get 802.11 wireless networking is appealing, the d-link doesn't deliver. The installation was fairly simple, requiring only a quick reboot (after setting IP addresses, etc). But! I have never been able to get more than 2Mbps out of this device, even 2 feet from the AP. I have a laptop with built-in wireless, and it easily gets 6mbps. Also, my Win98 computer is less than reliable while using the D-Link... Windows blue-screens after a short while -- generally when transferring moderate to large amounts of data.

In all, you'd do best to check out the USB solutions from other manufacturers (I know for a fact Lucent ORINOCO and Linksys have similar products).

3-0 out of 5 stars drops connection with 614+ router using xp
shows excellent signal strength but then for no reason looses connection for a few seconds then connects back up, does this constantly, tried changing channel to 6 and that helped a bit, I am going to try to flash the bios in the 614AP. Any help on this one?

1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't connect to D-Link AP800+ repeater
DWL 120 connects to weak signal of D-Link router DWL 614+ and not to strong signal of D-Link 800+ repeater. A laptop right next to the DWL-120 with a PCMI card installed does connect to the strong signal of the repeater. An upgrade to firmware 2.5 results in complete failure of the DWL 120. ... Read more


76. D-Link DGE-530T PCI Network Adapter

our price: $31.99
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Asin: B0000XKBQU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 11292
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Features

  • 32 Bit PCI Bus Master
  • PCI 2.2 Plug-and-Play Support
  • Auto-Negotiating 10/100/1000Mbps

77. D-Link DCF-650W Wireless CompactFlash Adapter
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00005OSTN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 20997
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Wireless CompactFlash type II card
  • Connects PDAs to your existing IEEE 802.11b wireless network
  • Works with Windows CE 3.0
  • Employs 2.4 GHz frequency range and Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS)
  • Minimal power consumption of 17 mA in sleep mode

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great price, great performance.
I've been looking for a CF-format, 802.11b wireless card for my Ipaq PDA for at least 6 months. There have been a few out there meant for industrial use (and priced accordingly), but this is the first one I've seen at the consumer-level price point. I am extremely pleased. The card was fairly easy to set up with the D-Link access point I bought at the same time (DWL-1000AP), and it has performed flawlessly for the last week.

It is so nice to be able to catch up on the news, get email, and even browse Amazon.com from anywhere in the house (and a good distance outside) without being tied to a desktop computer.

Overall, this card is great. It seems to get better reception than my notebook does with a larger wireless (802.11b) PC-card, and it has a pretty simple setup. The reason I give it four instead of five stars is that the manual does leave a little that you have to figure out yourself, especially if you want to use secure communications, but everything else is a no-brainer. I find that almost all 802.11 devices have the same problem.

Tip: if you want to use WEP, use the hexadecimal key option, NOT the passphrase key option.

One caveat: you take your chances with D-Link's tech support. I had to call them for a compatiblity issue this card was having with an access point also built by the same company - the problem was the access point, not the card. The first person I talked to must have just been pulled off the street a few minutes before I talked to him - he didn't understand how the product worked and was less acquainted with D-Link's product line than I am, and that ain't saying much. When he decided that my (rudimentary) question was far beyond his grasp, he directed me to another, non-toll-free, number that he purported was "second-level tech support". The number he gave had a recording that told me to call the first number, and had no other options. I called the first number again and got someone else who had the answers I needed right away. Again, that was a problem with the wireless access point, not this card.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stable, reliable & easy to setup
I purchased the DCF-650W to use with a Casio E-125 PDA and wireless LAN . The D-Link works very well for it's compact size . I am able to access the internet & network to a distance of approx 200 Ft ( line of sight works best ) .

The two status LED's display link quality ( the green LED starts to flash when the range drops out) , this is useful for determining effective range.

Most impressive is the power consumption. The E-125 will run for approx 3-4 hours continuous operation (Internet browsing) .

I was hesitant to purchase this having read some negative reviews, but after daily use would recommend it to anyone running CE3.0 PDA's ( I have not tested it on my notebook!)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works good for Sharp Zaurus.
**This review is for the D-Link DCF-650W Wireless Compact Flash Card used with the Sharp Zaurus SL-5500 ONLY**

I bought one of the D-Link DCF-650W Wireless Compact Flash Cards for my Sharp Zaurus SL-5500. (802.11B) The Zaurus automatically reconized the card; I did not have to install any drivers, but I had to set up the network settings manually. I haven't had much of a chance to test the distance, but it works great in every room of my house.

Pros:
-Excellent price (way cheaper than others)
-Fairly easy to set up
-40bit or 128bit WEP security
-No drivers needed for Sharp Zaurus SL-5500
-Pretty quick for a PDA 802.11b card

Cons:
-HUGE! This thing is a lot bigger than other brands
-No signal meter for Sharp Zaurus SL-5500 (at this time)
-Lowers battery life from about 10 hours to about 1 hour

Overall:
I like it. It does everything I want it to do. The only things that really bug me is the gigantic size and not having a signal meter. (The signal meter is a Sharp Zaurus thing only. If you use Windows it DOES have a signal meter.) You can't get anything better for the price. You can spend an extra [money] for the Linksys, but I doubt it would perform any better.

1-0 out of 5 stars Larger than necesary, poor range.
I'm returning this unit. It's too large to truly be flexible with a Pocket PC, the range is very limited, and it requires a Compact Flash II slot while others only require a CF I. I'm going to purchase the Socket Low Power CF card instead.

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
Well, even though DLink offers the 650W/K (650W w/CF-to-PCMCIA) on their website you cannot get drivers for anything other than PocketPC. I wanted to get this item and a CF-to-PCMCIA converter and use it in my laptop and my handheld, but DLink does not offer the drivers. Also, from the research I've done it looks like this card doesn't work with a lot of other wireless access points because they are using an old driver with antiquated security. DLink is nothing more than a reseller of hardware so there is an obvious lag in their driver support. I will probably be returning my 650W CF Wireless card and DI-713P Router/Switch/AP since their tech support has been less than abysmal. ... Read more


78. D-Link DFB-A5 3-Port Firewire + 2-Port USB 2.0
list price: $89.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00006SKKH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 23226
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Two High-Speed 480Mbps USB 2.0 Ports
  • Three 400Mbps Firewire Ports
  • Backward compatible with USB 1.1 & 1.0
  • Plug and Play

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid the D-Link DFB-A5
This product does not install easily on windows xp. It created conflicts on my machine. It is definitely not "plug and play." I would not purchase this product. D-Link tech support was unwilling to work through conflicts on my device manager. In the process of installation I lost all usb connections entirely. ... Read more


79. D-Link DSB-H4 USB 4-Port Hub
list price: $29.99
our price: $21.99
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Asin: B000023VUL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 10938
Average Customer Review: 3.29 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The DSB-H4 is designed to provide quick and easy access to the four Type A downstream ports for connecting peripherals with USB support, other USB hubs, and devices. A single Type B upstream port is provided for connecting to the host computer or another USB hub. Configured directly by the operating system, the DSB-H4 operates seamlessly with both Microsoft's Open HCI and Intel's Universal HCI. ... Read more

Features

  • Connect up to 4 USB peripherals or devices to a USB-ready PC or iMac
  • Provides an out-of-the-box industry-standard bus
  • Seamless connections
  • Low and high speeds supported with data buffering
  • Diagnostic LEDs provide the user with power state and port status

Reviews (89)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast & Easy
There's not much to say about this product. I just plugged it in and instantly forgot about it! I was a bit skeptical because most USB hubs tend to be a bit pricier, but the D-Link hub works great and it can't get any easier to set it up. I love the compact design as well. This one is definately a no-brainer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to Install
I first went to local retailers to comparison shop and found competitive products generally priced two to three times as much. So, I decided to give the D-Link a try. I powered down my Hewlett Packard running Windows ME and installed the new hardware. I chose to use the optional AC Power adapter, because I was hooking up the "Viking - Intelliflash smart card reader" and wanted to ensure enough power.

Upon rebooting Windows ME automatically recognized the product and installed the required driver. I verified the installation under "control panel/system/universal serial bus controllers." It was newly listed as a "general purpose USB hub." I can't imagine anyone having problem adding this hub to his or her existing system.

I give it a perfect 5 for ease of installation and excellent value.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not all USB products are compatible with this hub
While this hub installed easily and works without much interaction, I've found that there are many USB products that will only work when plugged directly into the computer (and fail completely when plugged into this hub). Some examples are the Microsft wireless optical mouse (which is the whole reason I bought this hub), my HP writable DVD drive and an M-Audio audio interface.

I'm not sure if this is the fault of D-Link or the other manufacturers, but there are enough products that will not work with it that I wonder about the compatibility of this hub.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great!
I have had this for awhile and have not had any problems. I have a camera and some other things plugged into it. It is nice not having to worry about running out of USB connections.

1-0 out of 5 stars Problems with Windows 2000
Same problems as others. The machine hangs up while rebooting. I have to unplug it to reboot the machine and then plug it in. It doesn't even work with my Webcam (Intel PC Camera Pro). Guess I made a Bad choice when I bought it. Stay away from it!! ... Read more


80. D-Link 10/100 Ethernet PC Card
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005KB25
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 10515
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 16-Bit CardBus
  • 10/100 Mbps
  • Auto-Negotiation
  • PCMCIA
  • Easy to Connect

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy installation
I have a Dell Inspiron 5000. Installation was easy and my DSL is getting lightning speeds.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good seller
Received in two days, and card works very well.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great card!
As with all D-Link products I have tried and own, this adapter card works great. It installs easily and comes with a protective case. It is the 16 bit 670TXD card, and I cannot tell any difference in performance between it and the 32 bit 690TXD. The 670TXD will work in any PC card slot, but the 690 TXD needs a 32 bit cardbus slot and costs a little more. If you have an older laptop without a built in 10/100, and you do not want the cost of wireless, then the D-Link 670TXD would be a great choice. Beside the convenience of mobility with wireless, wired is always better in terms of reliability and speed of connection. I have used the 670TXD under W98SE and ME with no problems, and would recommend this card.

3-0 out of 5 stars don't upgrade windows
when i had windows ME this product was great!! it was simple to use, just plug and play. now that i've upgraded to windows XP it is not compatable. if you go to the d-link website they will tell you what is compatable with XP.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Low Cost PC Network Card!
I ordered this item to use with my Dell laptop (8000 series) and have had no problems with it! Installation was painless (Windows ME) and it provides me with an excellent connection for my high-speed internet, whether I'm playing games or watching online television. ... Read more


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