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$233.99 $179.99 list($279.99)
81. 24PORT 10/100 SWITCH W/2 GIG
$64.99 list($99.99)
82. D-Link DSS-16+ Desktop 16-Port
$28.99 $9.99 list($39.99)
83. D-Link DUB-A2 Hi-Speed 2-Port
$38.99 $36.99 list($49.99)
84. D-Link DWL-P100 Power Over Ethernet
$59.95 list($249.99)
85. D-Link DWL-5000AP 802.11a Wireless
$216.99 list($249.99)
86. Web Smart 24-Port 10/100 Switch,
$22.99 $17.73 list($29.99)
87. D-Link 2-Port USB Controller for
$203.95 list($299.99)
88. D-Link Multimode Access Point
$259.99 list($595.00)
89. D-Link Transceiver 100MBs Mii
$11.99 list($49.99)
90. D-Link 10/100 Dual Speed PCMCIA
91. D-Link DE-805TP 10Mbps Ethernet
$144.99 list($179.99)
92. D-Link Transceiver 100MBs RJ45
$2,835.99 $2,799.99 list($3,499.99)
93. Public/Private Service Gateway
$2,282.99 list($2,999.00)
94. D-Link Network Security VPN/Firewall,
95. D-Link Ethernet 10 Mbps ISA Nic
96. D-Link DSB-650TX Dual Speed Ethernet
$3,085.99 $3,029.99 list($3,499.00)
97. D-Link DGS-3324SRi 24-Port Managed
$912.99 $899.99 list($1,099.00)
98. D-Link DGS-3312SR 4-Port Combo
99. D-Link DI-704 Internet Gateway
$79.99 list($99.99)
100. D-Link DSB-H3SP USB Hub 3-Port

81. 24PORT 10/100 SWITCH W/2 GIG
list price: $279.99
our price: $233.99
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Asin: B00006L4XC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 26442
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82. D-Link DSS-16+ Desktop 16-Port Switch
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00004SYO5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 27022
Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars
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The D-Link DSS-16+ is a powerful desktop dual-speed 16-port 10/100 Mbps Ethernet/Fast Ethernet NWay auto-negotiating switch. Designed to bring switching to the small office and small business, the DSS-16+ 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 16 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-16+ provides dynamic buffer allocation that employs network-load balancing for faster data handling. The uplink interface connection enables easy expansion. The DSS-16+ uses fast store-and-forward architecture to ensure low latency and high data integrity, and supports stacking through two MDI-II uplink shared ports.

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


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

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Fast, but prone to fail
I picked up a DSS 16+ switch and it definitely improved our network of 14 computers. We were using the two uplinks. I purchased the system in January and it has a 3 year warranty.

Yesterday, it died completely. We lost all our ports. You cannot get through D-Link tech support by phone, and e-mail has been slow to get an RMA.

In retrospect, I think the slightly more expensive Link-Sys switches may be manufactured with better quality control.


2-0 out of 5 stars Not outstanding, then problems!
We had this switch for about a year. It worked well, but was not exceptional. This week, two of our workstations couldn't connect to the server. The problem turned out to be that several ports on the switch had gone bad. I've uplinked a spare hub to the DSS-16+ and things are working fine for now. I plan do some research and get a more reliable switch.

5-0 out of 5 stars Once Again D-Link Delivers
I previously owned 2 D-Link hubs and they worked great and are still in good shape, but they are Hubs. That is why I bought this 16 port Switch. And now my Small Office Network is much faster. (As would any network that traded in a hub for a switch.)

I have owned this for 3 months now and everything still works perfect. I have never traced a problem in my network down to this switch. Ever since we purchased it nobody in the office has complained about the speed being to slow.

I have and will recommend this product to any and everyone who could use this or other D-Link switches.

5-0 out of 5 stars I Highly Recommend D-Link's DSS-16+ Switch.
I purchased the DSS-16+ to replace 3 hubs I was using for my small office network. After connecting the switch, I couldn't believe how fast my network operated. I gained dedicated bandwith per port and no longer had to share my bandwith with other users. The DSS-16+ has full-duplexing to provide maximum speeds for 10/100 network cards. D-Link provides lifetime warranty so I know I can't go wrong. I question the problems the other guy experienced because this switch alleviated all of my network traffic and gave me the fast performance I seeked. I would definitely recommend the DSS-16+ to my family and friends.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor product / technical support is even worse
If you are looking for a reliable, quality switch, look elsewhere. The first switch we received was DOA. Tech support turn around was more than a week, and they ship UPS ground. As a result, we had to rely on an old hub for over two weeks! The new switch worked well, for about two weeks. Then it too failed. If you need a reliable workgroup switch, look somewhere else. We gave up and replaced ours with a Bay Networks Netgear FS516 switch for about the same money and we can rest easy with good support. So far it hasn't broken either. ... Read more

83. D-Link DUB-A2 Hi-Speed 2-Port PCI Adapter
list price: $39.99
our price: $28.99
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Asin: B00006B7DD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 24693
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The DUB-A2 is a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 2-port PCI adapter that can upgrade your desktop computer to the new and faster USB standard. This card is designed to work with mice, keyboards, external CD-R/RW drives, external hard drives, PC cameras, and all other USB-enabled devices. It is 40 times faster than previous USB adapters and 20 percent faster than FireWire (IEEE 1394). Each of the two USB 2.0 ports transfers data at 480 Mbps, making it ideal for external storage, backup, networking, and digital video.

The DUB-A2 is certified to USB 2.0 standards and is backward compatible with USB 1.0 and USB 1.1 products. This gives you the ability to connect all your USB 1.x devices to the DUB-A2 USB 2.0 adapter and they will work at USB 1.x speeds. Each port detects whether the connected device is USB 1.x or USB 2.0 and automatically runs the device at the correct speed. Plug-and-play installation makes the DUB-A2 easy to install.

The DUB-A2 comes with a one-year warranty. ... Read more


  • USB 2.0 Compliant for up to 480Mbps Speed
  • Plug and Play Installation
  • Fully Backwards Compatible with USB 1.1 and 1.0 devices
  • PCI version 2.2 Compliant
  • Supports Windows 98SE, 2000, ME and XP

84. D-Link DWL-P100 Power Over Ethernet (POE) Adapter
list price: $49.99
our price: $38.99
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Asin: B000063XJ9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 14161
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • Run power over ethernet cable
  • Protect equipment from power surge
  • Plug n Play: requires no tools or software

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Tool for Optimum Placement of your Access Point
I have one of these and it allows me to put my access point in my attic. This location for the access point provides great wireless coverage of my house. This enables my access point to be in my attic where there is no power sockets available but I can run an Ethernet cable up there and using this it supplies the AP with power.

This is very easy to use, just plug everything in the correct way. And yes there is documentation to help you connect everything correctly.

5-0 out of 5 stars These Do Exactly What They Claim
I now have my wireless AP located in a better spot, nigh reachable from a power socket. These PoE adapters let me do it.
The wireless AP I use is a D-Link DWL-900AP+ which requires 5V and 2.5Amp of power. These PoE adapters don't look like the picture Amazon has up now because they are a new revision that can handle more power for the new APs out there. This is a great option for extending the wireless range of your Wi-Fi network.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not what it appears to be...
According to D-link's website description of this product:The DWL-P100 Power Over Ethernet (POE) Adapters are accessory items designed to supply operational power to devices with an Ethernet port and power requirements that do not exceed 5 Volts/1 Amp. The DWL-P100 Adapters provide an ideal solution to mount a device such as an Access Point virtually anywhere in a building (ceilings, attics, or roofs) without the need to locate the wireless Access Point near an electrical outlet. The DWL-P100 consists of the Base Unit and the Terminal Unit connected by an Ethernet cable to extend the reach up to 328 feet. (Please refer to illustration below) The DWL-P100 supplies the AP with power via the single Ethernet Cat 5 cable. The DWL-P100 is primarily targeted at users looking for a convenient solution to extend the coverage of their wireless local network...Its not a TRUE wirless solution ... Read more

85. D-Link DWL-5000AP 802.11a Wireless Air Pro Access Point
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B000063XJ4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 20054
Average Customer Review: 3.79 out of 5 stars
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  • 5 GHz, 802.11a compliant and WiFi5 compatible
  • Up to 72 Mbps in "Turbo" mode
  • 152-bit WEP encryption
  • Eight non-overlapping channels
  • Web-based interface

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars What a relief -- 802.11b is dead!
This product was one of the easiest networking devices I've ever worked with. Additionally, it absolutely blows 802.11b away in performance and in function. No more dropped links when someone picks up the 2.4Ghz wireless phone. I was so impressed I literally pulled all of the .11b cards out of our network and replaced every last one with .11a connected to this AP -- the network is operating flawlessly. Do yourself a favor and ditch the .11b for one of these babies. Outstanding.

5-0 out of 5 stars Range Monster
I have read the other reviews about the 5000AP. For those who say the range is poor they are doing something wrong. I have tried two other Access Points from other manufacturers and could not get the range the 5000AP gives me (one was a 802.11a and one a 802.11b). I have a 3500 Square Foot 25 year old Ranch that was built with thick walls. It reaches end to end with a 36% to 50% signal strength using a Proxim Harmony PCcard. The Bios is lacking some major features (DHCP is missing what were they thinking...) but for me range was most important and this is the best I found.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fairly Simple Install and Great Speeds for Wireless
I mainly wanted to get some 802.11a hardware because I've heard and read great things about the speed. I went with D-Link because I have had only good experiences with their products and this time was no different. I bought a laptop card to go with this router and shortly after bought a PCI card for my desktop. I don't want to run cables through the walls, which is also a major consideration for this purchase.

My experience with installing Access Points is fairly non-existent but after setting up this one I felt like a pro. The instructions are fairly short and straight to the point.

The range I am getting with this AP is good and I don't think I could ask for more. It provides my house with constant coverage everywhere I go. I am in a one-story home but the length of the place is bigger than most homes. I even get good coverage outside in some places, but that's not what I bought it for.

I am impressed with this 802.11a wireless access point and would recommend this to anyone looking for some faster wireless solutions.

3-0 out of 5 stars No DHCP - depressed feature set
Up and running in 10 minutes, this is completely compatible with my Linksys WPC11v3 and WCP51AB cards with and without WEP, MAC ACL, etc. It is next to my Netgear ME102 WAP and neither one affects the other. The DWL-5000AP works as advertised with excellent range and throughput. 152 bit WEP and 72 Mbps Turbo are cool.

Important considerations before you decide to purchase it:

The Atheros AR5000 chipset supports DHCP, bridging, DFS/TPC, 802.1x and QoS, but none of these are implemented. (This WAP will not lease its own IP address from a DHCP server on the network. IP addressing is strictly static.) And D-Link won't be doing anything about any of that.

Firmware upgrades require it be connected via CAT5 crossover and RS-232 cables to a computer running an FTP server. You pay strict attention to a meticulous 32 step process involving connecting via a terminal program, creating and logging in to an FTP account, configuring the Web browser utility for FTP, entering console commands and assuring the upgrade file is in the root of the FTP server, and multiple reboots.

The v1.3 firmware works well for most users. The v1.4 on D-Link's FTP site adds 256 WEP and fixes a reset problem - each and every time you make a change to this WAP, it needs to be reset (rebooted). And depending on your computer, sometimes it fails to "come back" unless you stop and start the setup utility.

Password setup requires extreme caution. There is only one field for entry and you can't see what you type. So, a typo (i.e. "mypasswird" instead of "mypassword") locks you out until YOU SEND THE WAP BACK TO D-LINK FOR A FACTORY RESET!

Otherwise, if you're interested in the "clean air" and slightly better security of 5 GHZ, this is an excellent 802.11a WAP at a great price, which is sure to continue to plummet with the increasing popularity of 802.11g.

Finally, even though this is a "current" product, D-Link has completely abandoned any support or upgrades. When you buy this, what you get is what you get; there will never be any enhancements - no SSID supression, no ANY block, no WPA.

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent, works as advertised
Not much else to say. Set one up in my office and one in my house. No problems with range, it's on the main floor and I get fast connections three rooms over and one floor down or three rooms over one floor up. No problems setting it up. It also worked out of the box with a Netgear 802.11a adapter I have in another machine. ... Read more

86. Web Smart 24-Port 10/100 Switch, 2 Combo Gigabit Copper/SFP Ports
list price: $249.99
our price: $216.99
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Asin: B0002Z45JU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
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  • L2 Features: Port-based QoS, Port-based VLAN, Port Mirroring, 2 Hardware PriorityQueue, Link Aggregation and Port Configuration
  • Fiber Media Support via SFP's
  • 8.8Gbps Switching Capacity, Non-Blocking Architecture, 6k MAC Address Table
  • Web-based Management and Auto Discovery Utility

87. D-Link 2-Port USB Controller for PCI Nic Adapter Card
list price: $29.99
our price: $22.99
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Asin: B00004XRD5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 25709
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Add 2 USB Ports to your PC
  • Offers Plug and Play functionality
  • Features 12 Mb per second support
  • Expandable up to 127 devices
  • Connects via your computer's internal PCI connector

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Product, Great Price - No Documentation
After searching for an inexpensive USB upgrade card, I found the D-Link adapter here, for a terrific price. (...) I too am very handy around a PC, so I took the gamble.

Well, my box also had no documentation! However, installation was simple; here are my tips. I inserted the card into an open PCI slot, and powered up the PC. The card was automatically detected and the install wizard was started. I needed the Win98 disk for the install to continue (looking for drivers), and once inserted, the install completed without issue.

When I went to install a USB mouse, it was not detected! before any other troubleshooting, I left the mouse plugged in, and powered the PC down (not a restart, but a full power down). When the PC was turned back on, the mouse was immediately recognized and installed.

I also installed an older USB scanner, and it too was recognized and installed perfectly.

Again, this is a great product, hurting from no documentation.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Product, Poor Documentation
Adding a USB port to my computer was easy with this D-Link product, but only because I'm good with computers and didn't need much hand-holding. Unfortunately, my box didn't include directions (they were somehow accidentally left out) and the D-Link web site wasn't much help either. But I was able to get customer service on the phone (it was NOT a toll-free call) and complete the installation quickly and without any other problems.

Now that everything is installed, I am very pleased. The D-Link port worked just as it should. This was definitely a great way to add a USB port without spending a great deal of money. If the documentation had been provided, this product would have gotten five stars from me.

1-0 out of 5 stars Defective D-Link-Beware
I found by inserting this D-Link my hard drive crashed and burned,please let me know if others have had problems with this item. ... Read more

88. D-Link Multimode Access Point 2.4 & 5GHz Multiband Access Point
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00006B7DE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 32588
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Provides wireless signal rates of up to 54 Mbps in the 5GHz frequency and up to 11Mbps in the 2.4GHz frequency range
  • Wireless range of up to 900 feet
  • Simultaneously serves802.11a and 802.11b wireless connectivity
  • Fully 802.11a and 802.11b compatible
  • 3 Year Warranty (USA only)

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product, but awful tech support!
I'll admit it -- I'm a networking moron!!! Even so,
the setup of the D-Link DWL-6000AP was fairly easy
(I also purchased a DWL-AB520 wireless NIC for
my other computer). The "setup wizard" to configure
the Wireless Access Point is straightforward -- just
make sure your proxy server is turned off, or you
won't be able to access it!

I did have a couple of problems, so I called tech
support twice. Even with my limited networking
knowledge, it seems that the tech support person

knew less about this product than I did!

At $...(after $...mail-in reabte), I could not
pass up this WAP! The 802.11a mode works
flawlessly in my house, even though the signal
goes downstairs, and around a couple of
corners to get to the 2nd computer -- and we need the
802.11a, with 2 teenagers who constantly use
our 2.4Ghz cordless phones constantly! ... Read more

89. D-Link Transceiver 100MBs Mii Sc Fiber .
list price: $595.00
our price: $259.99
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Asin: B00004Z91O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 64280
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90. D-Link 10/100 Dual Speed PCMCIA Network Adapter Card
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00004XRD2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 21094
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  • PCMCIA network card connects your notebook to an existing network
  • Auto-negotiates the highest available speed on either a 10Base-T Ethernet or 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet network
  • Features minimal power consumption and Half/full duplex support in 10Base-T mode
  • Compatible with all major notebook, sub-notebook, and palmtop PCs
  • Supports all major networking operating systems, including Netware, Windows NT, Windows 95, and Unix

91. D-Link DE-805TP 10Mbps Ethernet Mini Hub 5-Port
list price: $99.00
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Asin: B000023VUO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 32522
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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The DE-805TP is a five-port 10Base-T Ethernet hub that is ideal for very small workgroups on unshielded twisted-pair cables. This IEEE 802.3 compliant hub provides five RJ-45 ports for normal connection to stations and/or for cascading to another hub to increase the number of ports on your network. It comes with LED indicators for power and collision, plus one for each port to monitor the network activity and the link status between the port and the connected station. Lightweight and compact, this hub can be installed almost anywhere, even at sites with limited space. ... Read more


  • 5-port 10Base-T Ethernet minihub
  • 10 Mbps speed
  • Uplink available for easy expansion through UTP
  • LED indicators make diagnostics easy
  • Space-saving design

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very complete for home networking
I use this product to link 3 computers and a cable modem connection and it works like a charm. Very space efficient and the front panel LED's let me know each port's status. I have not had any complications with this hub and seems to work effortlessly. Great hub.

5-0 out of 5 stars D-Link's DE-805TP is a Five-Star Hub.
This D-Link hub is very easy to install and works well in a busy network environment. I run a small marketing business from home and this small DE-805TP hub networks 4 computers and a laser printer with no hassles. The best feature of this hub is its compact-sized shape. I looked at other brands and D-Link seems to offer everything at a better price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for home networking
Look -- I don't need a great hub. Obviously, this is definitely NOT something you'd want to support a major corporate network. When it comes to inexpensive home networking, though, this product is everything you'd ever need. Our 3-computer home network has never been jammed, we have never experienced any difficulties with the hub, and setup was a complete breeze. Just make sure you buy the right cables for the job (there's yellow patch cables, and regular ethernet cables -- talk to your local computer store representative to sort out this issue.. they'll know). I personally knew nothing about home networks before I decided to set up my own, but all in all I'm definitely glad I decided to use this inexpensive option to set up our network. You'll definitely appreciate the nice light up LED's which tell you when and where data is being transferred. Did I mention we even use the hub to give cable modem access to all 3 of our computers, with only one actual cable modem? Isn't that great? ... Read more

92. D-Link Transceiver 100MBs RJ45 Sc Fiber Media Converter
list price: $179.99
our price: $144.99
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Asin: B00004Z8FD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 33252
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93. Public/Private Service Gateway
list price: $3,499.99
our price: $2,835.99
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Asin: B0002Z45IQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
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  • Creates up to Five Public Networks while Maintaining a Separate and Secure Private Network
  • Dual WAN Port for Increased Bandwidth Allocation with 802.3ad Link Aggregation
  • Built-in DHCP Server and Firewall for Enhanced Level of Security
  • Advanced User Management Including URL Redirection, User Timer, Traffic Monitoring and Policy Enforcement

94. D-Link Network Security VPN/Firewall, Up to 1000 Tunnels DFL-1100
list price: $2,999.00
our price: $2,282.99
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Asin: B00029J1RM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
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  • Advanced Firewall Security with VPN Server/Client
  • Strong AES Encryption for Secure VPN
  • Manage Up to 1000 VPN Tunnels

95. D-Link Ethernet 10 Mbps ISA Nic Combo (Plug N Play)
list price: $29.00
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Asin: B00004XRD1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 22930
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • Network card connects your desktop PC to an existing network
  • Offers 10 Mbps capability
  • Connects via an ISA slot; ideal for older computers
  • Plug and Play installation
  • Free 24-hour phone support

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Cheap Ethernet card, with installation headaches
I've installed and configured several of these cards. Once you get it configured, it is a great card. Unfortunately, the "Plug-N-Pray" feature causes more headaches than it is worth.

If you are running a Windows plug n' play operating system (Windows 9x, ME, 2000) then you shouldn't have a problem.

However, if you are installing this card in an older Windows machine (NT 3.5, NT 4.0, etc), or under Linux you might have some problems. I almost threw up my hands when trying to configure it on an earlier version of Linux.

That being the case, if you are resurrecting an old PC to be an inexpensive home/office fileserver, print server, or custom firewall, then the cheap price might be worth the headaches. ... Read more

96. D-Link DSB-650TX Dual Speed Ethernet Adapter (10/100 MB)
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00003G1I1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 18516
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The D-Link DSB-650TX is a 10/100 MB dual-speed Ethernet adapter for network users. The standard USB-to-RJ-45 adapter provides a quick method of plugging into an Ethernet or Fast Ethernet network hub or switch. The D-Link DSB-650TX connects your PC to a host computer and is configured directly by the host PC.

The USB connection frees up card slots for easy LAN network compatibility. LEDs are visible on the top of the adapter and provide power, port, link, and traffic status. The D-Link DSB-650TX supports plug-and-play installation. All the necessary drivers and cables are included, and D-Link provides a lifetime warranty. ... Read more


  • USB-to-Ethernet adapter
  • 10/100 Mbps dual-speed port
  • Enables host computer to configure your PCs
  • Plug-and-play installation
  • Lifetime warranty

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Compatibility with Windows XP
A very small quibble that won't affect most users for now:

The D-Link's Windows 98 and Windows 2000 drivers are not compatible with Windows XP, the next version of Windows now in beta and due to be released late this year. Hopefully Microsoft or D-Link will provide new drivers by the time XP is released. In the unlikely event you're using the Preview Edition of XP already (as I am), avoid this product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to setup, works great overall...
After comparing different manufacturers, including LinkSys and 3Com, I decided on this ethernet adapter. My decision was based largely on the price, but the brand (DLink) was also a factor in my decision. The bottom line is that the DSB-650TX is worth every penny.

Installation is so easy that even a first time computer user can do it. The drivers provided on disk are definitely compatible with Windows '98 ME. I'm sure that it's compatible with Windows 2000 as well, but the following will tell you why I don't know for sure...

If your motherboard uses the VIA MVP3 chipset and if you are running Windows 2000, you MIGHT NOT be able to use ANY USB device; Windows 2000 is NOT compatible with the MVP3 USB controller even with VIA's drivers. Hopefully the Win2000/MVP3 problem will be solved in the near future, but I doubt it.

There is only one limitation of the DSB-650TX, caused by the USB standard, since it draws so much power from the USB controller you'll need to dedicate a USB port directly from the controller. The solution to this would probably be a powered hub, but I don't know for sure since I never looked into it. This limitation, however, is a reasonable trade off considering the fact that it eliminates the need for a power outlet.

5-0 out of 5 stars D-Link USB is great for LAN
I had an internel card in my computer and had alot of problems. I bought this usb ethernet card and it worked great. It was so easy to set up and use. Thanks!

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy to setup and use
My laptop has fried 3 ethernet cards and I was looking for a cheap way to have networking functionality without sending it in for repair.

This is my first experience with USB devices, and I was a bit skeptical about getting this thing to work on my 2 year old computer.

I plugged it in and Windows 2000 instantly recognized it, loaded the drivers, and I was up and running in no more than 5 minutes.

Note: I had to download drivers from the D Link web site for Windows 2000 support, but they were easy to find and install.

I haven't done any performance tests, but I got the functionality I wanted for a pretty cheap price. ... Read more

97. D-Link DGS-3324SRi 24-Port Managed Gigabit Switch
list price: $3,499.00
our price: $3,085.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001NA2OA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
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  • Managed Stackable 24-Port 10/100/1000Base-T Layer 3 with 8 Combo Ports Plus 6 Integrated 10 Gig Stacking Ports
  • Star Stacking Architecture
  • Switching Capacity up to 168Gbps, 16K MAC Address Table
  • Network Management Console, Telnet, CLI, SNMP, v1/v3, RMON, Web, Port Mirroring, Syslog, Single IP Address Management

98. D-Link DGS-3312SR 4-Port Combo SFT Gig Switch, Managed, Layer 3
list price: $1,099.00
our price: $912.99
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Asin: B0001NA31M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
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  • Managed Stackable Layer 3 Gigabit Switch with 4-Combo Ports Plus 2 Expansion Slots
  • Functions as a stand-alone backbone switch or as a high performance stacking master unit
  • Switching capacity up to 24Gbps, 16K MAC Address Table
  • Network Management Console, Telnet, CLI, SNMP, v1/v3, RMON web, Port Mirroring, Syslog
  • Optional Redundant Power Supply Unit (RPSU) Support

99. D-Link DI-704 Internet Gateway and Firewall with 4 Port Switch
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B0000504DH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 14703
Average Customer Review: 3.84 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

Designed for home or small-business PCs, the D-Link DI-704 is a broadband gateway with four switched Fast Ethernet ports that delivers complete hardware firewall protection for a PC. Allowing multiple computers to share one IP address to access the Internet via a cable or DSL modem, the DI-704 provides four 10/100 dual-speed Ethernet ports and one 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port for a cable or DSL modem or other broadband access device. The DI-704 can support up to 32 computers with firewall protection using the same ISP through its Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) that provides dynamic allocation of IP addresses.

Installing the system is easy: simply plug the DI-704 into your DSL or cable modem, then plug your computer's Ethernet cable into the DI-704.

The DI-704 acts as a natural firewall to protect your computer from intruders. Once your computer is set up to access the Internet through the DI-704, your network is invisible behind the DI-704. However, because some games and Internet applications work only with direct computer interaction, you can open specific ports to operate without the protection of the firewall to ensure that these applications will run properly.

Advanced options, including NAT firewall protection, DMZ host, setting the IP range and domain name for DHCP, and changing access rights for different computers, can be set up via your Web browser. Compliant with IEEE 802.3 standards, the DI-704 works with any Ethernet device and multiple types of machines and operating systems.

D-Link provides a lifetime warranty on the DSL/cable gateway and four-port switch. ... Read more


  • Complete hardware firewall protection for the PC
  • NAT and IP sharing for up to 32 users
  • Easy Web-based management
  • DHCP server
  • Lifetime warranty

Reviews (86)

5-0 out of 5 stars The DI-704 is *easy* to install in 30-minutes
I read ALL these reviews before purchasing my DI-704. It's really very easy to install/configure. The step-by-step instructions are easy to follow for anyone who knows anything about the networking settings of their PC. You essentially copy the static IP address (of your @home or broadband provider) from your PC to the DI-704 (via an easy to access browser-based setup window). You remove all DNS and Gateway settings in your PC's networking setup and copy that info to the DI-704 setup window.

The one trick I discovered to access the DI-704 setup window via my Netscape &/or Internet Explorer browser was to temporarilly turn off any Proxy Server settings. Once I did that, my browser immediately connected to the DI-704 for setup.

At the end of the process, the DI-704 has all the IP address, subnet and gateway settings that @home put into your PC. Each of the PCs you connect to the DI-704 router are simply configured so that it's IP address is dynamically provided (ie: not static).

In less than 30-minutes, both my wife's and my laptop PCs were sharing the same @home cable modem and now both of our PCs are behind a firewall (for added protection from internet hackers).

All in all, a great value and easy to install and enjoy.

Hope this review helps you make the right choice for you.

4-0 out of 5 stars Overall, a very good product
I bought this router becuase i wanted to link my laptop and my desktop to my cable modem. I am now going wireless with my laptop...but anyway this router is amazingly fast(probably depending on your connection)and I love it now, but when i got it, it was a different story.

I knew NOTHING of networks and all the technical stuff, and I bought this because the Linksys routers werent in stock at the store i went to. I took it home and I was really excited, so i set to work straight away. Now I'm a bright kid, i'm 15 and a straight A student. But when it came to the technical part of the installation i was COMPLETELY LOST. after a couple hours of basically screwing up my computer trying to get it to work, i was almost crying in exasperation. In the end i re-did all the instructions and I had to call my service provider to obtain all my information(it doesn't mention this in the instruction manual) so that was the step i had missed.

This product is amazing and has great features once you get it running...also the tech support is of the reviews degrades the tech support..this person was definetly not dialing the number I dialed! the number on the website is very good. I have had no wait for any of the 3 times that I have called.

Overall, a very good product, just needs a bit more in the instruction manual on how to obtain your numbers. Lacks a print server, but that isnt the biggest deal in the world, you just need to leave the computer on that the printer is hooked up to.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great product / Terrible Tech support
I bought this router for [not much after rebate] I got the 704P, with the added print server. The network was a breeze (5 minutes) to set up - I am running a win 98 desktop, and a win XP laptop. The web interface is easy to use, and handles the connection with my DSL provider.

Everything was great until I tried to install the print server, when I encountered D-Link's ... tech support. I had to call twice, once to set up each computer to the print server. My XP laptop would have been no problem at all, except that D-Link doesn't include the XP drivers. It took a full 30 minutes on the phone before they could figure out that the XP drivers are hidden on their website under another product (for a while they told me there were no drivers, and bumbled along trying to install it with no drivers). With the win 98 desktop, the tech guy was so bad that after 40 minutes he was stumped. I eventually figured it out myself.

In summary: if you don't get the print server you will have no problems whatsoever. Even with those problems though, it is a great deal. Just pray, that you don't have to talk to the morons that D-link passes off as "tech support".

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product
I bought this router to replace a Linksys product, and what a difference. Instructions are somewhat suboptimal, but it is very easy to set up. This was my early experience with networking, and have become a D-link fan since. Even though this router has been discontinued, it has served me very well, now approaching a year, and would definitely recommend. Only negative is that once in a great while (it has happened twice), for no apparent reason (I have it set with DHCP enabled and forever renew lease), I am unable to open IE and connect. I am not sure whether it is my router or my cable modem. At any rate, I end up resetting both (turn off then back on), restarting my computer, and Voila! I do not perceive this however as a major problem, certainly less of a nuisance than when Windows freezes (and you get the dreaded blue screen). Some complain about the "ugly, bland, metal" look/shape, but I see it as a sturdy and well built piece of equipment. Sorry, but I never purchased computer/networking "stuff" with the idea to have it double as art for display. Definitely recommend, or the new revision DI-604.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Customer Service
Absolutely the best customer service, and at 3 am to boot. I read a lot of the comments posted here and agree with all the positive and NONE of the negative. The doc's for the router could have been a little better. My problem was that I didn't use the "clone MAC address" which a call to customer service revealed and was quickly taken care of. D-Link has absolutely the best CS I have ever called. No questions about where I bought it or was it registered, just good down to earth help. I will be putting D-Link products at the top of my list for new toys wanted!! I only wish I had used their NIC card and not the one from Belkin who has absolutely the worst warranty procedure I have ever encountered! ... Read more

100. D-Link DSB-H3SP USB Hub 3-Port
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B000023VUJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 39429
Average Customer Review: 2.25 out of 5 stars
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The only problem we've ever had with USB ports is not having enough of them. Theoretically, you should be able to connect dozens of devices to a single USB port, but manufacturers rarely make products with the requisite pass-through port that makes this possible. This means most computers that support USB are equipped with only enough ports to accommodate two measly USB devices. If you find yourself frequently swapping USB devices, consider investing in a USB hub such as D-Link's DSB-H3SP.

As the name implies, this hub has three USB ports, although the device connects to a USB port on your PC, so it really is like adding two extra USB connections. Still, those extra ports are handy, letting you connect (for example) a USB mouse, USB modem, USB scanner without ever having to unplug one device to make room for another.

D-Link doesn't stop there--it also sports a serial port and a parallel port. We attached a modem to the serial port and a printer to the parallel port, and both ran without a hitch, even when all the USB ports were filled. Status lights on the front of the device kept us appraised of the activity on each port.

We had no trouble installing this product--not surprising, considering it is a USB device. The DSB-H3SP comes with a USB cable, a power supply unit, and a thin installation manual that we didn't even have to glance at during setup.

We had only two small problems with the DSB-H3SP. The most annoying was that booting Windows took anywhere from 30 seconds to a minute longer when the device was active than when it was disconnected. This was likely due to the initialization of the serial and parallel ports, as few pure-USB hubs we've looked at exhibit this behavior. Our other quibble was with the power cord. The DSB-H3SP requires external power, but the plug from the power supply is tiny and easily detaches when jostled. There were a few occasions when we added or removed a USB device and inadvertently dislodged the plug from its socket. We were forced to reboot the computer but nothing more dramatic happened as a result. These minor issues aside, the device worked as expected, and going back to a two-port USB configuration was unthinkable after we'd tested the hub for a few weeks. --T. Byrl Baker


  • Simple installation
  • Serial and parallel ports are a nice touch
  • All USB ports run at full speed
  • Excellent configuration in a compact unit


  • External power-supply transformer is bulky
  • Requires extra boot-up time to initialize
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  • 3-port USB hub
  • 3 type-A downstream ports
  • 1 type-B upstream port
  • Parallel port to attach a printer
  • Serial port to connect modem, mouse, digital camera, or other compatible device

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars No support!
I found that the DSB-H3SP HUB was not very easy to install. I found installation problematic. This is the fourth time I tried to install unit and was unsuccessful. I can not find any information on the D-Link web site related to the DSB-H3SP. A search of the web site in fact did not find a single item. A call to D-Link tech support was of little help!

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away!
While this product was fine when operating under Windows 98 SE, I was never able to find Windows ME combatible drivers for it. In fact the D-Link site doesn't even list drivers for it. You can find them in their ftp site, but they are not fully ME compatible. Under Windows ME, I could get the USB ports to work and the parallel port (if I reinstalled the driver every time I rebooted). However, I could never get the serial port to work. I recently tried to install the hub on a Win 2K machine. I should not have wasted my time. I recently found a reference to the Belkin F5U012 on a windows 2K compatibility site. The site claims that these two units are identical and the drivers for the Belkin should work for the D-Link. I have yet to test this claim. All of this begs the question, though -- why struggle with the D-Link when the Belkin ships with the correct drivers. Things that make you go "Hmmmmmmm."

2-0 out of 5 stars dissatisfied
Doesn't work with Win 2000...I'm returning.

5-0 out of 5 stars D-Link does it again!
The DSP-H3SP is a great device for providing more elbow room on the USB bus. The serial and parallel ports install automatically and provide transparent support for any device you can connect. I had trouble with a Palm Pilot on my mainboard COM port; I plugged it into the H3SP and it worked perfectly! It has been used with two OKIDATA parallel printers, and a SONY memory stick reader/writer with no problems! ... Read more

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