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103. D-Link USB to Parallel Printer
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105. D-Link 15 FT A/B USB Cable
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107. D-Link DCF-660w Wireless CompactFlash
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108. D Link AirPlus DWL-520+ Wireless
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109. D-LINK DWL-800AP+ AirPlus Enhanced
110. D-Link DWL-2000AP AirPlus Xtreme
111. D-Link 16 MB MP3 Player
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112. D-Link DSB-C100 PC Camera (USB)
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113. D-Link USB Hub and 10/100 Ethernet
114. D-Link DI-774 Tri-Mode Dualband
115. D-Link DMP-CD100 CD and Recorded
116. D-Link DWL-AG650 Wireless Cardbus
117. Jesada RCR-004RoSette Cutter Knife
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118. D-Link DWL-A520 802.11a Wireless
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119. D-Link DCS-1000 Ethernet Internet
120. D-Link 10/100 Dual Speed Rack


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Asin: B0000E1GCF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 8492
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  • Bluetooth v1.1 Compliant
  • Stream Digital Music to your Speakers
  • Supports MP3, AC3, WMA audio formats
  • Enable Wireless Connectivity for your Audio Player
  • Plug and Play Simplicity


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Asin: B0000E1GCJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 20822
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  • Bluetooth v1.1 Compliant
  • Wirelessly Stream Audio from your PC to your Speakers
  • Supports MP3, AC3, WMA audio formats
  • Mini USB Connectivity
  • Up to 723Kbps Transfer Speed for Crisp Audio Quality

103. D-Link USB to Parallel Printer Type A to Centronics Converter
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Asin: B00004Z6OK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 29239
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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  • USB to parallel connection
  • PC compatible

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Make sure it's compatible with your operating system
I have a lot of respect for D-Link products, but this particular one (model DSB-P36) can throw you a curve. There are two possible chips inside the connector, and two different drivers. One works with XP and one doesn't. If you look at the support site... they have a table that shows you the differences and how to tell if you have the right one. Read it before buying, or you may wind up returning it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Didn't work with Windows ME...
It was a nice idea, but not for my situation. I tried everything possible to get it to work /w ME, but to no avail. I wound up buying a new USB-compatible printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Cool!
This is a very cool thing. I just bought a laptop, and I had an old printer. I went to [another store] and bought a parallel to parallel printer cable for it. When my laptop parallel ports! Ergo, I got this device and it works great! (Also takes advantage of the fast USB connection anyway!) The only problem was that the software that comes with it (which is required to install to tell your computer to recognize the USB port as a printer port) is on a 3.5 floppy, and my laptop didn't have one. ... Read more


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Asin: B0000E1FDG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 45261
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  • Up to 20GB of Instant Network Storage
  • Fast Ethernet Performance
  • Plug and Play for Windows and MAC
  • No Direct Connection to Computer is Necessary

105. D-Link 15 FT A/B USB Cable
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Asin: B00004Z60S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 20977
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • 15 feet long
  • USB A to B
  • PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Helpfull - And it does the job!
I live in a studio apt. in lower manhatten, and my laptop, which i use in my living room area, is not close to my HP printer, which is on a desk by the door. (about 12 feet away). using this cable i could have connect the printer to the laptop with out the need to disconnect the laptop from it's AC cable and take it to the printer each time i need to print. The cable works great and is quite fast and works great!

5-0 out of 5 stars very good cable
I had tried a many cables to connect my PC camera but they are all small, I need a big cable for my PC camera so that I can show my whole apt. to my parents and friends who is there in India. This brand cable is working just fine. I will recommend this cable who need a big cable. ... Read more


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Asin: B0000E1HPM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 21563
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  • Up to 40GB of Instant Network Storage
  • Fast Ethernet Performance
  • Plug and Play for Windows and MAC
  • No Direct Connection to Computer is Necessary

107. D-Link DCF-660w Wireless CompactFlash Adapter
list price: $99.99
our price: $71.24
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Asin: B00006B7D4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 5973
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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The D-Link DCF-660W is a wireless 802.11b-compliant CompactFlash card, providing a solution for connecting PDAs and handheld computers to an existing 802.11b wireless network. It operates in the 2.4 GHz frequency range and uses Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS). The DCF-660W is for users of PDAs and handhelds who want the convenience of roaming and connecting to an existing wireless network without being tethered to wires and cables.

The DCF-660W will operate in either ad-hoc mode (networked without an access point) or in infrastructure mode (networked using an access point). It transmits data at 11, 5.5, 2, or 1 Mbps. The DCF-660W also provides an auto fall-back feature to automatically adjust the speed of the adapter, depending on the distance from the access point. In an open environment, the DCF-660W with its built-in antenna has a range of up to 460 feet at 11 Mbps and up to 1,311 feet at 1 Mbps.

The DCF-660W requires a CompactFlash Type I or Type II interface (available in most PDAs and handhelds). To ensure long battery life, the DCF-660W has minimal power consumption of 80mA in power-save mode and less than 350mA in transmission mode. The DCF-660W is compatible with Windows CE 3.0 and works with Windows PC 2002. It comes with a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more


  • Compatible with most 802.11b networks
  • Speeds up to 11 Mbps
  • For Type 1 and Type 2 CompactFlash slots
  • Low power consumption
  • Works with Compaq, HP, Casio, Sharp and more

Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars A Welcome Surprise!
I was in the market for a CF Wi-Fi card for my iPaq H3955. Had intended to purchase either the Socket or Symbol cards, but then I found this card at Best Buy. Smaller than the previous D-Link card (DCF-650W), but not quite as small as the Symbol or Socket. Price was right though. ... Power consumption seems fine- using with the CF-Plus Expansion Back, get at least a couple hours before the first low CF battery warning. Extends above the CF sleeve about a half-inch. Software installation was smooth and painless. The card itself has an LED to indicate operation. Bringing up the card settings does offer a complete set of options, including infrastrucure or ad-hoc operation, and the documentation explains how to set up the card to work with any public hotspot. WEP works fine with my Linksys WAP. Detractor: does not have any kind of indicator on the Today screen as to signal strength. Also, no carrying case for the card.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well
I have this CF card running on a 56XX series IPAQ with the upgraded PocketPC 2002 OS. HUGE TIP- unless the disk they are sending has updated drivers, download the drivers from Dlink. It isn't that the older drivers on the CD don't work (they do), but the new drivers on the website add tons of funcionality such as an Orinoco like icon on the bottom of the today screen that monitors signal strength. It also adds the ability to browse AP's within the DCF-660W's reach (hotspot searches). These (as well as the old ones) installed flawlessly and after a soft reset to load the drives worked well once the proper IP, SSID, and WEP settings were set.

I find the range from my router, a Dlink 614+, decent for such a small device, but definitely shorter that my old lucent chipped Orinoco and Avaya PCMCIA WiFi cards. A great product overall, time will tell how well it holds up.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good card with a stable, long range connection
I have an Hewlett-Packard iPAQ 2215 and I was looking for a wireless card to connect to my campus's wireless network. This is a pretty good card, like most D-Link products are. It can establish and maintain a connection very well, both indoors and outdoors. The software comes on a CD, which is active-synched to your PDA. It is a fairly simple and routine procedure to setup the card to access the network.

So far the only complaint I have is that you sometime have to push the card in hard in order for the PDA to pick it up. I occationally have to pull the card out and reinsert it before it starts working.

If you don't have a PDA already, I would recomend getting one with integrated wireless since you won't have the reciever end sticking out of the PDA. However, if you are just looking for a wireless card, then I would recomend this one.

1-0 out of 5 stars Fails within 3 months
I bought the card for My iPaq 2215 so I could surf wirelessly while watching football, it lasted about the length of football season (I bought mid-season for $75).

The site says it doesn't support Mobile 2003 for PPC but then claims to work on the device (it did). But now that it stopped working tech (ha ha) support claims they don't support that configuration (it's too new??) Give me a break, the product is obviously defective. But they just bail on the customer. Last time I buy D-Junk.

UPDATE - I continue to request an RMA from D-link and the response via e-mail simply is to call, you call, you get the "it's not supported" line. You e-mail, you get the "it could be defective and you should call" - All I really want is an RMA or my $75 back.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product at a great price
I was up and running in just a couple of minutes out of the package with an iPaq 2215. Downloaded the latest drivers from the D-Link website, plugged it in and was asked which of the two connections available I wanted to connect to. (I don't have a wireless access point, but apparently two people in my apartment building do!) Worked even better when I was actually near an access point. ... Read more

108. D Link AirPlus DWL-520+ Wireless 22MBPS PCI Card
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B000068UY8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 8637
Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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The D-Link AirPlus DWL-520+ PCI adapter is an enhanced 802.11b network adapter. The DWL-520+ 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.

D-Link's PCI adapter also features 256-bit WEP encryption that gives you a higher level of security for your data and communication, and a configuration utility that can quickly and automatically discover available wireless networks and create and save detailed connectivity profiles for those networks accessed most often.

The DWL-520+ is a powerful 32-bit PCI adapter that installs quickly and easily on desktop 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 your office or home network. ... Read more


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

Reviews (47)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Speed - Limited Range Signal
The hardware design of this card is very good. In most systems, (besides those running Windows XP), it will also install very easily.
As packaged, it will not work with Windows 98 first edition, but D-link has recently posted a Win98 first edition driver on its support site, and with that patch in place, it does work very well.
This product advertises that it is compatable with Windows XP, but Microsoft has NOT certified it and with good reason. The woefully inadequate installation documentation and software do not address many of the known XP quirks. Fortunately, the D-Link tech support staff are well versed in these common problems and are very helpful if you have an hour or so to wait on the phone. The website also has more patches than Grandpa's old dungerees, so D-Link is aware of the problem and, with some effort, you can overcome most XP related glitches. It's just too bad D-Link hasn't spent as much time updating their packaged software/documentation as they have designing their robust and speedy hardware.
The encryption schemes work exceptionally well, (up to 256 bits), and do not degrade speed nearly as much as some competitors products sometimes do.

1-0 out of 5 stars Works ok w/ driver, not with (ver 3.07)
Like everyone says, Customer Service is terrible. They deny that a problem exists, blame everything else. I had problems with their 810+ Wireless Bridge not working with WEP also, same awful experience with cust service then as well.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not FOR W2K
P1$$P00r Compatibility issues found across the www. Don't be Too late to get informed. D-Link support even less helpful than a diaper against a dam break. System lock-up maybe resolved by diabling this or that or removing other PCI devices.

1-0 out of 5 stars Beware - major software bug causes blue screen crash
D-Link has a major problem with it's products (including the 520+) crashing systems on power down with a blue screen and a message stating that there has been an NMI parity error in hardware. You system will be locked up. Pulling the power cord is the only way out.

What is REALLY bad is that I have 3 "Case I.D's" requesting a fix. If... if you own certain Compaq models you may... may be able to fix the problem with manual modifications to your system BIOS. However, unless you "get lucky", you are stuck. There is, apparently, no real customer support at D-Link, only an automated response system that patronizes you with the issuance of a case I.D.

Be very, very careful about purchasing D-Link products. Buggy software and NO technical support nor issue resolution.

4-0 out of 5 stars No problems
It's ironic that another model, the DWL-520 (without the +), gets so many bad reviews. This model works fine. In retrospect, I'd probably be happier with a USB connection as those adapters can easily be transferred to a laptop or another computer. If you don't mind opening up the computer for a "permanent" install, you should be happy. One issue I did run into - I ended up having to remove my ethernet adapter to get it to work or I ran into IRQ conflicts (I thought Windows 98 and up were supposed to solve this problem.) I also notice problems if a 2.4ghz cordless phone is too close, but I'm not sure if it interferes with this card or the wireless router.

The drivers out of the box seemed a little deceptive. My signal strength was showing as much stronger than it actually was. Later drivers were even more deceptive, showing signal strength at the highest level and the strength never changed. The most recent drivers (version 4.15.51 as of the time of this review) seem to be accurate so you may want to download those for your initial install rather than use the ones in the box.

Performance is great. The card is powerful enough to pick up (and connect to) my neighbor's network two houses down. One of these days I might even advise him to put a password on his network, but first I want to catch him downloading porn. ... Read more

109. D-LINK DWL-800AP+ AirPlus Enhanced 2.4GHz Wireless Range Extender
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B000086TLD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 3888
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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  • Two different modes--Access Point and wireless range extender (repeating the signal of other compatible routers and access points)
  • Up to 22 Mbps with D-Link AirPlus products
  • Works with other 802.11b-compatible devices when used as an Access Point
  • Provides 64-,128- and 256-bit WEP encryption for added security
  • Fast and easy setup

Reviews (36)

3-0 out of 5 stars The DWL-810+ bridge w/ a DI-624 router works better...
I found that the DWL-800AP has some inherent problems with re-broadcasting a wireless link. If you have a signal/link quality of 30% with a DI-614 router, you can still get about a 1000 kbps on a bandwidth meter test on a 1.5 Mbps DSL line. Not the case with the the DWL-800AP! The connection speed will drop to 100 kbps if you move a laptop 300 ft. away from the unit.

If you want to stay with the DLink brand and want to extend your wireless range, my suggestion is to consider using a DWL-810+ bridge with an additional DI-614/DI-624 router. You connect the DWL-810+ bridge to the LAN port of the router, and configure both the bridge and router with IP addresses on the same LAN subnet as the other router (i.e. and

The setup works far better and more reliably, but you're obviously going to have to spend more money than just buying this unit. Just stay away from the DWL-800AP+! Even with the latest firmware upgrade, I think the repeater simply does not do the job.

4-0 out of 5 stars The right tool for the job
I purchased this for a few reasons:

#1 - it's cheap
#2 - it's a wireless device only (in other words, it's not a router/w wireless)

I have used it with three different network routers:

- with a NetGear RP614v2, it worked with no problems
- with a homebuilt Soekris based firewall, it worked with no problems
- with a Nokia IP Security platform, I had to use static IPs

There's no real problem with this product that a bit of cluefullness won't fix.

I've used it with various PDAs - a Dell X5 using a Hawking Tech CF wireless card; an IPAQ 5550 and 4150 using their built-in wireless; a Sony UX-50 with their built-in wireless. I've also used it on my laptop with an Enterasys RoamAbout a/b/g card. All worked perfectly.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great but check the compatability list
I bought one, set it up in just minutes, did a firmware upgrade and was all set to go, but ONE major problem ... My d-link router and ranger extender do not communicate. I checked the product support page and found out that they are not compatable. So, I'll sell mine and get the right one.


4-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive solution to problem
My need for this device was to extend signal strength in my new home. I recently moved from California where houses are basically wood framed, to a new, larger home in Florida where houses use blocks for outside and load bearing walls. This heavier construction, combined with the distance between my wireless router and where I use my computer, severely degraded my signal and throughput. I purchased this device to rectify that problem - which it did.

Installation, including putting it in wireless range extender mode, took mere minutes after unpacking it. I was communicating with an incredible 100% signal strength in practically no time after setting it up, which was a dramatic difference from the 20% strength before it was installed. I did an experiment by walking outside with my laptop and was still connected to my home network with 80% or better signal all the way to the end of my property.

I like the fact that this device seems to interoperate flawlessly with other vendor products. One of my systems has an SMC wireless card, and another uses a Linksys. My wireless router is an SMC.

Installation instructions were a bit sparse. I am a highly technical user, so I didn't need them, but a novice may have problems. Since I have not needed to use technical support I cannot comment on the quality of D-Link's support.

Since I have not used this device as an access point I also cannot comment on how well it works in that mode. However, if you are seeking a simple and cost-effective solution to extending the range of your existing wireless LAN, and have some technical skills this may be the solution you are looking for. Even though I am pleased with this product I rated it at four stars because I have not used all of the features or D-Link's technical support, and do not think the documentation is novice-friendly.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great gadget with lousy documentation
Just to add to the comments here, which are very useful and key to my eventually getting this gizmo to work, I have this set up as part of my network with a D-Link DI-713P (which D-Link does not officially support) and an Apple iBook (also unsupported). While it took me a while to tinker with it at first, it's an invisible part of my network, eradicates the deadspots that used to vex us, and has been unnoticed by the rest of my family. It supports WEP, but not WAP, so it's not as cutting edge as it could be. ... Read more

110. D-Link DWL-2000AP AirPlus Xtreme G Wireless Access Point
list price: $139.99
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Asin: B00007LTBE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 17926
Average Customer Review: 3.07 out of 5 stars
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D-Link introduces another performance breakthrough in wireless connectivity--the D-Link AirPlus Xtreme G series of high-speed devices capable of transfer rates up to 54 Mbps. And with the new AirPlus Xtreme G DWL-2000AP Wireless Access Point, D-Link once again sets a new standard for wireless access points.

The DWL-2000AP can be configured to perform in any one of four modes--as a wireless access point, as a point-to-point bridge with another access point, as a point-to-multipoint wireless bridge, or as a wireless client. It also includes an embedded DHCP server that once enabled will automatically assign IP addresses to wireless clients. This unique feature makes the DWL-2000AP an ideal solution for quickly creating and extending a wireless local area network (WLAN) in offices or other workplaces, or even at trade shows and other special events.

Several wireless clients can also securely connect to the network with the DWL-2000AP using 802.1x* for wireless user authentication, as part of WPA* (Wi-Fi Protected Access) providing a much higher level of security for network data and communication.

The DWL-2000AP is also fully compatible with the IEEE 802.11b standard, so it connects with all existing 802.11b-compliant devices. But unlike standard 802.11b access points, its transfer rate can be up to five times faster when the wireless network is comprised of other D-Link AirPlus Xtreme G products such as the DWL-G520 Wireless PCI Adapter, DWL-G650 Wireless Cardbus Adapter.

* Available Spring 2003. ... Read more


  • Up to 54 Mbps with AirPlus Xtreme G products
  • Compatible with 802.11b products
  • Better wireless security with 802.1x and Wi-Fi Protected Access
  • Four different operational modes
  • 3-year warranty

Reviews (14)

2-0 out of 5 stars Beware - NOT suitable for most Wireless Client applications
As had been plainly mentioned before in an earlier review (which I misinterpreted when buying it), there is a caveat to this product, as confirmed by this unedited quote from D-Link's own Tech Support website:

"Note: The only Access Point the DWL-2000AP can be a Wireless Client to is another DWL-2000AP. "

This means that it CANNOT be configured as a Wireless Client with your existing Wireless Router, even if your router is D-Link's own! It can only be used in this mode if, for example, you have directly connected a DWL-2000AP into your existing router to serve as your network's Wireless Access Point.

Then, and ONLY then, you can buy a 2nd DWL-2000AP and use it as a Wireless Client. This fact is not advertised in the device's technical data page here, nor was it even specified on the box it came in (thus my 2-star rating, mostly for false advertising). So beware this glaring shortcoming.

If you're looking for a simple, flexible, single wireless-G client to jack your Ethernet card-equipped device into, try a Linksys WGA54G. It is advertised as a game console adapter, but it actually works great as a basic wireless client for ANY Ethernet device, not just game consoles. I have one working quite well in this role elsewhere in my home using WEP, and will now be buying more of them.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good at what it does ...
I had two of these to extend my network across the house without running wires. They are set in bridge mode, and connect and work perfectly with each other. Everything about these were simple and worked when I first tried it.

I recently bought a DI-624 Wireless Router and ended up selling my DWL-2000APs and buying a DWL-G810 to connect to my switch in the back room. The G810 was made for that reason, to bridge a wireless network to a wired one. The DWL-2000AP was made for bridging, or as a stand alone AP. it also has the functionality to be a client, but only with other 2000APs. Makes sense.

If you want to connect a switch with multiple wired devices on it, to a wireless network get a DWL-G810 from D-Link.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
Quite disappointed with this product:

- Sometimes doesn't work, and restarting it through the configuration page doesn't help. Needs to be restarted by powering it off and back on.

- Terribly buggy javascript in the web configuration pages. The AP cannot be configured with a standards compliant browser like Mozilla, and requires the use of Microsoft Internet Explorer (and even MSIE complains about lots of javascript errors). That also means you need to have a Windows computer to be able to configure the AP.

- When filtering Mac addresses, doesn't give you the Mac address of a new computer in the drop-down list, so you could easily add it to the allowed clients. You have to disable filtering, restart the AP, connect to it from the new client, add the MAC address from the drop-down list, and finally re-enable MAC filtering. The alternative to this ridiculously convoluted procedure is to add the new MAC address by hand.

- SNMP doesn't seem to work. It can be configured with IP addresses for SNMP traps, but seems to never send anything there.

1-0 out of 5 stars Finally found out why Dlink products dont work
I finally found out why we consumers are suffering with tech support for this product and the same products of other brands.

A tech for Dlink finally admited to me on the phone that when we purchase the latest and greatest G class routers and access points to create a wireless network, why we cannot get it to work even with tech support.

It is because of Tech support. Simple reason is that they are not up to speed on the glitches and major details needed to get us going. He actually admited that to me.

Besides the poor manuels, the company did not train the techs as well as they should have. New Technology folks!

To us, it is something better and faster and we jump on it like children to candy. New and Improved in advertising has been tempting us for generations and we jump in before they get the bugs out. This is why some work easy and some dont.
It all depends on a thousand variables.

If we dont have the patience to wait until they get all the bugs out, we will have to suffer on the phone with tech support.

We are in a sense the beta testers for the various tech support teams.

We can only blame ourselves in this particular instance.

2-0 out of 5 stars Does not work with the DI-624; product description incorrect
My experience with the DWL-2000AP has been very disappointing, not necessarily because it's a bad product, but because of the way it's being marketed and supported.

I have two separate networks in my house - one on each end. Network A consists of the D-Link DI-624 Wireless Router which is wired to a DSL modem and a computer. The other network, Network B, consists of two computers and a network print server wired together via a 10/100 switch.

I bought the DWL-2000AP based on the fact that one of its operating modes is that of a wireless client. (Wireless client mode allows a wired computer [or more via a switch] to communicate with another access point wirelessly ... at least that is my understanding.) The wireless client mode should allow me to connect Network B to Network A so that computers on Network B have access to the Internet. Furthermore, D-Link's product description web page clearly indicates that the DWL-2000AP works with the DI-624 wireless router.

After enabling the wireless client mode and configuring it to communicate with my DI-624 router, the two devices connected and I had full Internet access for all of my computers. This worked flawlessly...until activity between the DI-624 and the DWL-2000AP ceased for more than five minutes. Thinking that I had configured something incorrectly, I checked my settings, and restarted the DWL-2000AP via its built-in web pages. Viola... it worked! Again, I browsed the Internet, and paused to read. And again, with no activity between the DWL-2000AP and the DI-624, the connection dropped.

I investigated this issue for the better part of a Sunday afternoon, testing various configurations, but to no avail. I then emailed D-Link technical support and got a response within two hours indicating that I should call the support hotline due to the complexity of my issue.

I called. After 25 min on hold (the call is toll-free), a support specialist answered, logged my issue, and walked me through a series of checks, but was unable to correct the problem.

Lastly, the support specialist indicated that the wireless client mode was only supported from one DWL-2000AP to another. This, however, did not make any sense to me since the DWL-2000AP supports point-to-point, and point-to-multi-point bridging with another DWL-2000AP. Why add a proprietary wireless client mode if you already have a proprietary wireless bridging mode? Realizing that the issue was beyond his remedy, I thanked him for his help and hung up.

Obviously, based on how the device behaved for me, the DWL-2000AP was quite capable of communicating with the DI-624 router without issue. I temporarily resolved my disconnecting issue with a home-brewed Windows app that sent out a ping to the router every 4 minutes. This kept the connection alive so that communication was maintained. Since I was able to resolve the disconnecting problem, I believed that D-Link had a firmware bug and that the issue would probably be corrected in a future firmware update. (I guess I'm too optimistic.)

A few days later, I was checking D-Link's support site for updates, and noticed that a firmware update for the DWL-2000AP had been posted. When I updated the firmware, the WAP and the router ceased communicating with each other altogether. Again I phoned D-Link tech support.

I explained to the support specialist what my issue was, how I was able to temporarily resolve it, and asked when would D-Link have a correction. The support specialist vehemently indicated that the DWL-2000AP would only function with another DWL-2000AP in wireless client mode, and that there were no plans for supporting any other device with the DWL-2000AP in that mode.

At that point I realized that my complaint was moot, and that, although D-Link was sitting on a gold mine if they supported what I asked, they did not care.

After I hung up the phone, I promptly RMA'd the wireless D-Link products I bought and returned them.

I researched my issue further and found that Netgear easily supported my networking needs.

It's sad to know that a networking company has the hardware capable of supporting your needs, but is not interested in doing so. I'll think twice before buying D-Link wireless products again no matter how nice the price might be. ... Read more

111. D-Link 16 MB MP3 Player
list price: $119.00
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Asin: B00004XRCW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 38995
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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  • 16 MB MP3 player and digital voice recorder
  • Expandable using SmartMedia memory cards
  • Customize sound with equalizer presets
  • Includes earphones and PC cable
  • Requires a parallel port connection to the PC

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars BAD but has got good points to consider
The DMP90 has a lot of cons but have pros that you may reconsider.For the Pros, first of all, it is cheap. Almost every average income family would do. Price over everything !!. It is quite good consider for the money you pay for it. For those who have old computers but have no usb, don't worry, no usb needed. Just parrellel port. It comes with a comprehensive manual and not-so-bad software.
For the cons, there's a lot but i'll name a few. It has this distortion sound. It is quite audible if you listen to music softly. then the dmp is really battery draining. I suggest you use rechargeable ones. then there is the compatibility problem. it doesn't support windows xp. so if have to be stuck with win me or win98. (i learned that the hard way). this thing can only support one format which is MP3. you can't download firmwares or drivers to upgrade. so you would be stuck with an MP3 player forever.and last but not least. it's transparent cover. you can see all the ugly chips and some rusty parts. in terms of product support, i haven't try it because the dmp works like a trusted servant.
On overall, it is suitable for extremely low end users. Which are those who don't mind the cons as long as it is cheap, portable and able to play songs.Definitely not for power-sumers!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for the price, for now
Six months ago this product had an awsome price to value raito (I paid 30.00 after the 60.00 mail in rebate), however times are changing. Memory prices are falling, and you can buy a player with 64 MB for 90.00 to 200.00 , and many of these include a radio and USB connection. The point, this is a good product, but I would suggest you consider another, more advanced product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good value
It has good sound quality, and cool design. Although it comes with 16M memory, which is not enough. However, I spend a little more to buy a 32M card, and it has became a 48M-player. Most important is that it is still cheaper than most of the MP3 players that are selling in the market.

3-0 out of 5 stars Better than a portable radio
Well, i found this product very good for what i need to for. I basicaly use it for when i go for a ride. Although it is 16mb mp3 player, i found it good. This is because i would normally talk my walkman in my back pocket( only just fitted). This was too big and too heavy, and poor sound quality. The d-link 16mb player is light, small, and retains better sound quality. I didn't want to buy a $400 mp3 player for mountain biking, as i could easily damage it. so I went for the d-link, due to being fairly cheap. The only real problem is the 16mb of memory, but like i said it fair outways a walkman or discman....

3-0 out of 5 stars D Link 16 MB Mp3 Player
This mp3 player is a good, convienent player. It comes with 16 MB. It has good features, but the memory is limited. My friend owns one of these. The sound is good, but again, they should have included more memory. ... Read more

112. D-Link DSB-C100 PC Camera (USB)
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004XRCY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 23811
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
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  • 352 x 288 video resolution
  • Microphone required for sending audio
  • USB 1.1 interface
  • Includes video conferencing software
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP; Mac OS 8.6 to 9.1

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars For causal Mac users, this is the way to go
If you're like me, and have a Mac ( Not OSX ), You'll search high and low for a decent cam that you dun have to spend [alot] for ( the apple site's no help either )... well this one's it. It's easy to set up, you just have to install some extentions. Now... the plus side... it's easy to use, and works with most Photoshops and Photodeluxe, not to mention Graphics Converter and quicktime. The bad side... the picture quality isn't the best and the zoom isn't good at all ( it has none ). You need ALOT of light for the pictures to come out right. For casual use, it's great, but anything else... spend the money. Unfortunatly, this cam doesn't work with Yahoo for some reason and I couldn't get a straight answer from their Help site ( suprise suprise ). It does work with I-vist and CuSeeMe ( the older version ). It also works on a PC and with Virtual PC pretty well. You just have to re-install the drivers and make sure to add the cam in in preff's.

4-0 out of 5 stars Happy with my First Online purchase!!
Well being a virgin to online buying i just clicked and off I was to the checkout. After all that I went back and saw the review section and I was worried with the bad reviews. After a week or so I got the cam(did I say I am in Germany and with the U.S. Army). I went home and pluged it in and it didn't work but hold on. the instructions say to start Windows then plug it in(don't do it). Plug it in first then start the computer and it will work fine. I have Windows ME and a slow computer but it works just great.I am using it to take some pics and video for a website to let the family keep tabs on us. Hope this helps and remember 40 Bucks is a great price for this webcam.

1-0 out of 5 stars worst service (or lack thereof) possible
I did not buy this particular model camera, but I did buy a similar model not sold by here, but I want to do all I can to get the word out to NEVER BUY A PRODUCT FROM D-LINK! The camera I bought came with the wrong cable, so I couldn't connect the camera to my computer. It was a USB cable, and although one end fit into my computer, the other end would not fit into the camera (it was like trying to put a round peg in a square hole). When you call D-link, the only representatives I could talk to were from the sales department. I would call technica; support and would hold for 15 minutes. Then their phone system would transfer me to a voice mail and tell me to leave a message. I left several, and no-one ever returned my call. When I considered simply returning the product, I tried to contact the RMA department. However, I was put on hold there as well, and subsequently transfered to the voice mail again. I finally called the sales department, and they were extremely rude to me, and at one point hung up on me when I ask them not to transfer me to the technical support because I knew no one would answer. Finally, I tried calling their alleged "complaints department", but I got the voice-mail box of a manager who never called me back from a previous message I left! Our capitalist system should drive this company out of business, because it's post-sales service of products is HORRIBLE!

1-0 out of 5 stars Very Disappointed! Old Product, no support!
I got this webcam because I wanted an inexpensive webcam. The driver that came with the webcam does not work. I tried downloading the driver from D-Link's site. The driver still doesn't work. I tried calling D-Link, and the 800 number is not in service for that product. If I don't get this thing working by tomorrow I'm returning it(...) It's frustrating to have a product not work out of the box. I'm installing this on Windows98 Second Edition. It's via USB, so no power cord necessary.

3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed? Well... maybe. Satisified? ABSOLUTELY NOT!
Just got this cam.. This is not the newer clear case with swing head cam (same as hawking model) that other sells. (NO WONDER THE PICTURE IS NOT SHOWN!!) I was expecting the clear case model from US dlink web page. This is the old hard plastic - blue strip model in the Canadian dlink web page. The driver set that comes with the cam doesn't work in Windows2000 or WindowsMe. It works fine in Windows98. You need to get the new drivers... in order to make it work. Or go to dlink ftp and look for the clear case driver. This cam also doesn't like Aver OR ATI PCI TV tuner card either. When it finally works, the picture quality is definitly better than the older Logitech Quickcam Express USB. And slightly faster than Creative WebCamIII at CIF. Consider it a fair value for a fair price. ... Read more

113. D-Link USB Hub and 10/100 Ethernet Port
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004Z7JH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 9330
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Overall Good
bought this D-Link hub about 18 months ago, works excellent. the ethernet port is always being used for my cable modem (ethernet seems to be the best way to connect a cable modem) and i have all 3 usb ports used. the drivers must be installed for the ethernet feature to work right. Works good under windows 98 (first editon) but i had a tough time getting drivers installed without freezing the machine. Now i use Windows 2000 Pro and it works excellent. drivers are easy to install. D-link tech support staff competant with difficult problems, but the hold time can be long. This product works well and would be good in notebook applications.

3-0 out of 5 stars It Would Be Better With A Manual
Mine came quickly but when I opened the package there was no manual even though the package indicated there should be one. I e-mailed E-Link giving them the details and the serial number of my unit. Their initial response was that the whole package would have to be returned because they do not have any drivers or manuals available online or to mail.

I fired off a strong protest and they e-mailed the missing manual the next day in PDF format (which was fine with me). Interesting approach to say the least! Not that there was that much in the manual but I couldn't tell that without seeing it.

I've installed the USB hub portion and it works just fine. It will be a while before I can try out the ethernet portion. ... Read more

114. D-Link DI-774 Tri-Mode Dualband 4-Port Wireless Router (2.4/5GHz)

Asin: B00008YGN1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 26355
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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  • Up to 5 times the speed of previous wireless devices
  • Supports 802.11g, 802.11a, and 802.11b standards
  • Greatly enhanced security features
  • Easy-to-use Web-based user interface

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Readme.1st
this is a 2 star or less router which will take you a week of screwing around if you havn't read my review. out of the box the DHCP Server within the router will re-lease lan ip's every 9min, 24/7, constantly restarting the lan, which somehow causes all kinds of seemingly unrelated problems throughout your lan if you don't follow these simple steps. when you get the router home, plug it into the wall, cable modem and computer. turn everything on and wait for things to settle down. log onto the web base interface by pointing your web browser to your new router's lan IP of (BTW, is not a public IP . . . it's contained within your local network), admin, no password. click the tools tab and firmware button and download the firmware to your desktop. MOST importantly: nOw . . . GeT a BaLlPoInT pEn aNd ReSeT the router _BEFORE_ u go back and update the firmware!! congratulations, you have a smooth running, art state, 5 star router

5-0 out of 5 stars Extremely Good Product
I had a high-end 802.11b router for two years. When I started having problems, I wanted to go with a dual-band router. This was the cheapest one, but it matched my requirements (built-in switch). Not only was the setup simple and quick, but the network delay caused by my earlier router disappeared. I now have a great wireless network with blazing speed. Wonderful product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good range with 2.4Ghz, and Solid Connection
I am using a DWL-G650 in my laptop and my wife uses an 802.11a based card in her laptop she uses at work mostly. She gets a good connection from within the room of the office, but if she goes very far away from the room she loses her connection. 802.11a is that way for everyone so it isn't just this router. That is the price you pay for faster speeds.
802.11g is a happy medium with adequate speeds and good range. I can go anywhere in the house and if I am furthest I can get from the router I still get a good 2Mbps transfer speeds which means no slow down in gaming online and surfing online.
The router/AP keeps our connection fairly good. There have been times when we were dropped from the wireless connection, but it came back up in about a minute after that. It happened at completely random times so it might have been something do to with interference or some weird wireless thing. It rarely happens and it fixes itself so everything is fine with me.
I'd recommend it to others and advise in changing the default password, SSID, and enable WEP to actually be secure. You'd be suprised that about 75% of people don't secure their wireless connections.

3-0 out of 5 stars There are better products.
This was my first dive into wireless. I was very disappointed and immediately thought wireless still wasn't ready for primetime. My whole idea was that I wanted 802.11a so that I didn't get any interference from my cordless phones or my neighbors who are close. DON'T EVEN BOTHER WITH 802.11a. Real world distance capabilities in my house were much less than 802.11g on this unit. I used it with a Dlink DWL-AG650 card.

Anyway. A friend at work let me borrow a Netgear WGR614 and it is working much better in my house than this Dlink unit. Zero dead spots using the Netgear on 802.11g with the same DWL-AG650 card. I also haven't experienced any problems in relation to cordless phone interference. The Netgear has better security features anyway.

The Netgear WG511 card had the same performance as the DWL-AG650 card.

Bottom line. There are better units out there. ... Read more

115. D-Link DMP-CD100 CD and Recorded MP3 Player
list price: $149.00
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Asin: B000058AKQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 28328
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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D-Link's DMP-CD100 CD and Recorded MP3 Player reads audio CDs and CD-Rs with MP3 formatted music files, playing over 10 hours of music on a single disc.

Searching through all those files can be a chore, so D-Link includes intro scan and a quick access button for three-digit track searches. This combination CD/MP3 player also features a 10-second antiskip buffer that grants some protection against motion-related skips, while its hold switch prevents accidental shutoff or setup change. The LCD displays playback status, program function, and battery life. Playback modes include repeat track or disc, random play, and a 22-track programmable memory.

Compatible with the MP3 standard, the DMP-CD100 supports bit-rates from 32 Kbps to 320 Kbps. Its design includes a 1-bit digital-to-analog audio converter with an integrated digital filter, producing eight times oversampling playback for high-quality audio output.

The DMP-CD100 features two stereo outputs, allowing you to connect it to an external audio component. D-link also includes earphones and an AC adapter. This unit runs on two AA alkaline or rechargeable ni-cad batteries. It's backed by a one-year parts-and-labor warranty.

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  • Plays over 10 hours of MP3-formatted music files from a single disc
  • 8x oversampling playback and bass boost for high-quality audio output
  • 22-track programmable CD memory, random playback, and repeat disc and track play
  • Intro scan and quick access; 3-digit track search
  • 10-second antiskip protection and hold switch

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple and functional
I was originally looking for just a standard CD player. I noticed this gem which plays MP3's and decided to try it out. It works quite well. I burned a disc with 124 MP3's scattered into various folders, popped it in, and was listening to music several seconds later. I researched the product before i bought it and had read several reviews saying that the product "skipped frequently" and had "a poor laser which wouldn't read cheap discs". To test this, I bought the cheapest discs I could find and burned my MP3's onto them. No problem. In addition, skipping is minimal in MP3 play, though standard CD play benefits from the ESP (shock protection) the player provides. Several reviewers complained about a delay while MP3 discs were being read into memory, but this was actually quite fast. If you want a portable MP3 player which will handle your audio CD's, pick this up. The ability to play carry around 10 hours of music in a small package will not disappoint you. My two complaints; the unit includes an internal NiCAD battery charger, but it only ships with Alkaline batteries. Also, the earbud headphones it ships with are subpar; I use a pair of Sony headphones with it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst CD-MP3 player i've seen!!
D-Link should stick to networking products...the moment i put batteries on this mp3 player, i knew something was really wrong with it...sound quality was horrible, battery life was horrible, skipped all the time, even when i pressed any button, it would reset itself all the time...i give it 1 star because i can't give it any less...DO NOT BUY THIS!!!...i returend it the next day and bought a RIO CD-MP3 player...MUCH MUCH BETTER!!!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Blah!
Me and this MP3 player never seemed to hit it off. It skips everywhere--even in the car--so the music I'm listening to gets interupted left and right. The battery life is horrific, the sound quality is ok, but man, what's the point if you can't walk around with your portable player if it skips? I wouldn't recommend this if you like to actually move around.

1-0 out of 5 stars Run, Run like the wind from DLink
This company's customer service is the worst. I bought an MP3 player from them in June of 2002. I've had to send it back to them twice in 11 months for replacement and/or repairs. The last time it was "fixed", it came back in worse shape than when it left.

Attempts to resolve this matter have been frustrating. Phone calls are not returned, tech support seems less than concerned with customer concerns. Proceed at your own risk. Maybe you should look at a nice Panasonic or Sony..

1-0 out of 5 stars great player for about 9 months....
I was very satisfied with the product in the beginning. I could burn my collection to about 4 CD's, and then I could go wherever I wanted, and be able to call up any song I wanted. I was especially impressed with the T-Digit function...That was 9 months ago. Things have since grown progressively worse. Now, I find that it doesn't play MP3 CD's anymore...It only plays Audio CD's now. I tried to contact the D-Link support people, and got a prompt, but unfruitful response. They told me to return it to them, and to do so by contacting the RMA i cantacted the RMA department, and recieved no response...It's been over a week, and still no response! So much for customer satisfaction...If they had created a descent product, I wouldn't be dissatisfied, and I would be writing this review with a seriously different tone... ... Read more

116. D-Link DWL-AG650 Wireless Cardbus Adapter

Asin: B00008YGNL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 18771
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  • Allows users to save multiple network site profiles to gain access at different locations
  • Provides a wireless signal rate of up to 54 Mbps
  • Easy plug-n-play installation
  • Seamlessly roams between 802.11a, 802.11g, and 802.11b networks

117. Jesada RCR-004RoSette Cutter Knife
list price: $24.46
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Asin: B00004SY03
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Jesada
Sales Rank: 56427
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  • Mill beautiful rosette blocks
  • Single-knife design
  • 2-1/4" cutting diameter
  • Use at 600 to 800-RPM
  • Top quality tool

118. D-Link DWL-A520 802.11a Wireless Air PCI Adapter
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B000063XJ5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 16791
Average Customer Review: 5 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
  • Diagnostics software included

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars works like a charm
I was very pleased to find out how well all of my 802.11a stuff works with each other. I get very fast speeds, I notice no difference than my wired network except I have no wires. I am getting a good signal from about 2 rooms down and I haven't had a loss in connection ever since I set it up (about 2 weeks ago). ... Read more

119. D-Link DCS-1000 Ethernet Internet Camera
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B000063XJD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 23099
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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  • Web-Based Remote Access Using any JAVA enabled Web Browser
  • Integrated Web Server
  • High Resolution VGA Quality
  • Ethernet Interface
  • Compatible with Windows 98 SE, 2000, ME and XP

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not your average camera - below average to be precise
I've purchased this camera despite all the negative comments I've seen on the web and decided to use it as a monitoring device for our baby's room. Installation was a breeze and could not have been easier (four stars for the setup of the system). I was a bit confused that it would not receive the DNS information via DHCP (like all my other DHCP devices), but this was a minor quirk.

The killer is really the video quality. In my case high frame-rates were not a requirement, but high image quality was one. The DCS-1000W failed miserably. Compression artefacts (although it was set to lowest compression), fringing in higher contrast areas, blow out pictures the moment it was a bit brighter in the room and dark frames the moment it was a bit darker in the room.
I was in contact with D-Link support and when they looked at the images of the camera, they told me I had a broken device. After replacement I saw the same problem again and support this time said that I should change suppliers, because my current supplier probably had a "bad batch of cameras". Support never asked where I got my cameras from. Decided to stay away from D-Link ...

1-0 out of 5 stars Numerous issues with this camera.
1. For an Ethernet device, the web interface is _incredibly_ slow. We're talking a good 10 seconds just to load up any configuration page.
2. Absolutely *HORRIBLE* CCD (the image sensor used to collect what's shown). For a device costing this much, I would expect a high-end CCD -- especially since it's advertised as a "security" device. Adjusting the resolution made it worse (see below). Bright lighting made no difference. I've seen CCDs this bad used in old (pre-2001) Logitech cameras; they're used solely for mass manufacturing (e.g. cheap).
3. 640x480 shows signs of bad hardware dithering -- hundreds of white dots along the edges of things. Bright lighting, again, made no difference. Even 320x240 shows signs of dithering.
4. Java interface lags behind by a good 1-2 seconds. This forces you to use the ActiveX component (which is properly syncd) -- however, the ActiveX component requires you to upload an .OCX file to an EXTERNAL webserver (it's not contained on the camera!).
5. This device cannot get more than 15, MAYBE 20, frames a second. I can see how for a security device this would be a Very Bad Thing(tm).
6. The latest firmware on D-Link's website is 1.26; the camera I bought from Amazon claimed to be 1.27. I find this mysteriously bothersome.

Positives, on the other hand, include VERY easy setup, and an excellent base mount (made of steel) -- although it's intended to be screw-mounted, not sit on a desk. It's Ethernet connectivity is great though (why don't more vendors use Ethernet!?)

But, for a device that costs this much, I would expect a LOT better quality.

1-0 out of 5 stars trouble
Cannot get the camera to upload to my web site on ATTBI.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to setup
The camera was a breeze to setup. Once the IP address was entered for the camera using a browser my friend across the country could see me instantly by entering that same IP address into her browser. Setup took less than 5 minutes. The image was clear and bright. Frame rate was under 20 but that is ok for my use. A couple of nice features was the ability to send an image to an email address with a click of the button and also send images to an FTP server. Well worth the price if you have a 2nd IP address to use for the camera. ... Read more

120. D-Link 10/100 Dual Speed Rack Mount 24 Port Switch
list price: $999.00
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Asin: B00004XRD4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 55161
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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The D-Link DSS-24 is a powerful rack-mountable dual-speed 24-port 10/100Mbps Ethernet/Fast Ethernet n-way auto-negotiating switch. It functionallyeliminates unnecessary traffic and relieves data congestion by deliveringdedicated bandwidth for each of the 24 ports. An individual port can connect toeither an Ethernet or Fast Ethernet device, and n-way auto-negotiationautomatically determines the transmission speed of the attached device on eachport.

Providing dynamic buffer allocation, the DSS-24 employs network load balancingfor faster data handling. It uses fast store-and-forward architecture to ensurelow latency and high data integrity. It supports stacking through the MDI-IIshared uplink port for flexible media connection and expansion capabilities.

D-Link offers a lifetime warranty for this switch. ... Read more


  • 24-port switch delivers dedicated bandwidth to each port and unclogs traffic
  • 1 built-in MDI-II RJ-45 shared uplink port
  • 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 (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Switch
I have two years with this and the 36 ports version of this switchs and both work very well, the people at the nerwork don't need to know what is they NIC speed to connect to the network and is very usefull if you have a mixed speed clients, because you don't need one network for 10 Mbits and other for 100 Mbits. At this moment I bought one 5 port version of this switch to build a beowulf cluster, because the perfrom of D-link network products is realy Great and cheap that other options. ... Read more

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