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121. D-Link DWL-650H Wireless Air PC
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122. D-Link DSC-350F Dual-Mode PC Camera
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123. D-Link Transceiver 10MBs Aui BNC
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124. D-Link 10MB Phoneline USB Adapter
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125. Wireless Print Server Dp-313 802.11b
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126. D-Link Boot Rom For De-220 Series
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127. D-Link DWL-900AP USB Wireless
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128. D-Link USB Enet Adapter with 3
129. D-Link MediaLounge DSM-320RD 802.11g
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130. D-Link Transceiver 10MBs Aui RJ45
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131. D-Link Module Switch 10/100 For
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132. D-Link 3 Port Stack Management
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133. D-Link DSB-C300 PC Camera (USB)
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134. D-Link USB Video Capture Device
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135. D-Link DES-3326 24PORT Managed
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136. D-Link DI-714 Wireless Broadband
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137. D-Link DI-764 802.11A/B Combo
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138. D-Link DSS-8+ Bundle (Get 2 FREE
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139. D-Link DSH-5 10/100 Dual Speed
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140. D-Link 10/100 Ethernet PCI Card

121. D-Link DWL-650H Wireless Air PC Card NIC
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B000063XJ8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 27151
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-LinkAir DWL-650H is a high-performance, 2.4 GHz, IEEE 802.11b-compliant PC card for laptop computer users who want to connect to a wireless network within a home or corporate environment.

The DWL-650H transmits data at speeds up to 11 Mbps, but dynamically scales to 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, or 1 Mbps to ensure wireless network connectivity. The D-LinkAir DWL-650H features Multi-Channel Frequency Optimization technology that delivers consistently stronger wireless signal strength than standard wireless PC cards, and is especially useful for indoor environments with significant radio frequency interference. As the wireless signal strength increases, data transmission rates increase. The variation utility within its advanced network management software enables users to adjust power level settings to maximize laptop battery life. The DWL-650H provides users with the ability to transmit and receive mission-critical data even in busy environments where severe interference may be present. Unlike standard wireless PC cards, connection is more consistent and dropouts and signal hangs are significantly diminished with the DWL-650H.

With its strong transmit power signal, rated as high as 20 dBm, users will be able to roam seamlessly throughout a 802.11b wireless network. The DWL-650H's advanced network management software allows users to quickly connect to a wireless network and monitor the status of their signal strength. ... Read more

Features

  • Multi-channel frequency optimization technology
  • Power variation utility
  • IEEE 802.11b compliant
  • 128-bit wired equivalent privacy (WEP)
  • Advanced network management software

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Solid performer
I have had this product for about 3 months and I have few complaints. Installation was simple enough and the range is good. I use it with a Linksys wireless router and it works perfectly from 2 floors above where the router is located. The only gripe I have is that the speed degrades somewhat with 128bit WEP encryption turned on. I do not know if this is the fault of the router or the D-Link card, but the throughput drops to about 1Mbit/s. Considering I use it to surf online and my cable modem can only do 1.5Mbit/s, it is not such a big issue. WIthout WEP turned on I get the full cable bandwidth.

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredible difference!
I have a relatively small place which, due to really bad design, happens to have only one cable outlet. Plus, between the outlet and where I do most of my work is about 4 or 5 intervening walls, plus a refridgerator and hot water heater. The net result is a LOT of barriors for wireless signals to penetrate. I purchased a D-Link wireless access point and bought the standard D-Link PC Card wireless NIC for access. I consistently got Low or Very Low signal when in my work space, even tho the physical distance between me and the WAP was only about 50 direct feet. I was almost ready to give up on WAP altogether when I ran across this product. I figured what the heck and ordered it. Well I just got it and the difference is incredible. Now, my signal reads Excellent in the exact same location where this product's little sibling could barely download web pages. I'm back to being hooked on wireless and on this D-Link product in particular. If you have any issues with access or signal strength, try this card. If the card doesn't fix it, you're probably dealing with bigger issues. But I'll bet any WAP problems are due to signal strength. I'm running WinXP Pro and this card plugged in, was installed, and asked for my WEP code to access the network. I was browsing literally within 3 minutes of unpacking this card. In the case of wireless, Microsoft finally did something right. Highly recommended. Kudos to D-Link for recognizing the problem of signal strength and releasing a product to deal with it. No other manufacturer has anything close. I have to ding them however, because they easily could have put this into their base product and just sold one version.

2-0 out of 5 stars Weak range
I would not recommend buying this product, because when i bought it, i thought that it would have the necessary range to operate in our 3-bedroom home. But in fact, the wireless USB adapter that came with the original package had more range. This PCI card has a very eratic range and was so weak that the laptop it was hooked up to, was not able to recieve a signal, less than 100 feet away from the base. Although D-link is a fairly good brand, some of its products are unreliable and generally hard to set up. ... Read more


122. D-Link DSC-350F Dual-Mode PC Camera
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B000063XJE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 20645
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 640 x 480 video and photo resolution
  • Microphone required for sending audio
  • USB 1.1 interface
  • Includes D-Link AVI Maker,ArcSoft PhotoImpression, and VideoImpression software
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP; Mac OS 8.6 to 9.1

Reviews (13)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good beginner camera
I just received it yesterday. Took a few pictures and tested out the settings. My conclusion is that it's a good beginner digital camera for the price. I didn't want a big financial commitment into digital photography but hated the hassle of developing and waiting for pictures. I'll try to point out things not found in the spec sheets.

The 640x480 resolution is good assuming two criterias are met. 1) There is enough light and 2) the camera is steady. To address the 1st one, the flash works ok, however it has a very limited range, about 1 meter - 1.5 meters. Any farther and the light tapers off, any closer and the picture is blurry and too bright. To address the 2nd issue, it helps to be in a bright environment, then the automatic shutter speed will be faster so that any movement by your hand won't blurr the pictures. Or you could practice pressing the shutter button VERY steadily.

The thing that annoys me most about this camera is the settings. You have to scroll through all the modes everytime you want to change a setting, such as whether to auto-flash (off by default), or a different environment setting (default is cloudy outside). You can avoid this if you're taking pictures one after another within 60 seconds. Otherwise it turns off automatically after 60 seconds with NO EXCEPTIONS. I looked in the instruction manual and there's no way to turn this feature off. This added with the tedious mode selection is a huge gripe of mine. Since everytime it turns off, the settings reset to default and you have to scroll through them again to set them up. Also the beeps are annoying, every time you press a button (such as scrolling through the modes, it has a fairly loud beep). If only they allowed the settings to be saved after turning off the camera, the camera would have come to near perfect for the price.

2-0 out of 5 stars Weak Product
I also have the DSC 350 and thought the new 350f would be an improvement. It is not! It has a flash unlike the 350, but takes less pictures and picture quality is no better. It has also deleted pictures when jolted. It also eats batteries at much faster rate, even when never using flash.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Value for the money.....but
Not bad for someone who wants to take candid shots and display or share them on the web. Keep in mind that you get what you pay for. Of course, the worse aspect of the camera is the auto shut off and resetting of the settings.

5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING LITTLE CAMERA
This camera really surprised me...it didn't come with very many pixels, but it takes amazingly clear photos. I still rely on my "real" camera to take long-lasting photographs. Digital cameras can never replace a real photograph, since digital pictures are just ink on paper, they won't last forever. But this camera takes great pictures that I can email quickly. The quality on-screen is wonderful......very clear and crisp, with great true-to-life color. I find my pictures better than the pictures my sister takes with her expensive Kodak digital. I HIGHLY recommend this camera--shoot, it's so cheap, how can you go wrong?!? Any cheaper and it would be disposable!

1-0 out of 5 stars ...
This is a truly extraordinary piece of junk.

The first problem with the camera is that it doesn't even clearly tells you which way to insert batteries.

Then the pictures I took with this camera are the result of: over exposed, under exposed, never correctly exposed, out of focus, blur, pale to almost black and white, you name it.

The manual does not even tell you the simple thing like how to make a selection from the menu (with trial and error, I figured out you have to press "select" for 2 seconds, how obvious!!!).

I haven't tried tech support, but from what I read on other reviews, I don't need to try, and I likely won't reach them.

I had better experience with [an inexpensive] disposable camera. ... Read more


123. D-Link Transceiver 10MBs Aui BNC .
list price: $39.00
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Asin: B00004Z6F1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 66710
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124. D-Link 10MB Phoneline USB Adapter 2 RJ11 Ports 1 USB A Port
list price: $99.00
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Asin: B00004Z7KJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 37500
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125. Wireless Print Server Dp-313 802.11b with 3-par Ports
list price: $229.99
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Asin: B00006B7CI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 34668
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126. D-Link Boot Rom For De-220 Series .
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004Z6B6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
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127. D-Link DWL-900AP USB Wireless Access Point w/ SNMP
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B0000636Y3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 24658
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ideal way to extend the reach and number of computers connected to your wireless network
  • Can be used to provide access to the shared network facilities of an ethernet LAN network
  • Can help increase the effective communication range of wireless workstations
  • Easy to set up, manage, change and relocate
  • Easy to connect

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars D-Link Wireless Access Point - First Impressions
I bought this for a great price from [on line company]. I just received it today and I have to say, it works well. The instructions were clearly written and the setup was a snap. It took a little more work to get my PCMCIA Adapter (purchased separately) connected (Problems unrelated to the DLINK), but, everything works well together.

PRO's: Low Price; Easy Setup; Configurable as either a Wireless Access Point or a Gateway (to bridge Wireless networks together); Detachable Antennae (can potentially connect aftermarket antennae to allow for greater coverage); Compatible with any Ethernet Router that has an extra ethernet port.

CON's: USB Connection Required for Setup (but drivers available for current OS's including XP)--afterwards can be managed via SNMP software included with the router; USB Cable Included, but, No Ethernet Cable Included.

NOTES: This product is only a Wireless Access Point -- It does not function as a ROUTER--so if you want/need to share a Cable Modem or other network connection wirelessly you'll need a separate router,...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great wireless access point/bridge/client!!!
I already have a DLink wireless network at home, but have a computer which has some software conflicts preventing me from adding a wireless card to it. The DWL-900 allowed me to use the existing network card and a cross over cable to gain wireless access to my existing DLink DWL-1000 Access point. The computer uses its existing network card, drivers, etc. and has no clue it is remote.

The DWL-900 appears to do everything plus more than the DWL-1000 as far as I can tell, but I am very happy with both access points.

The included USB connection and cable made setup a snap. Only non-trivial issue was the need to use a cross-over cable (rather than a standard network cable) in my situation. If using two of these devices to connect two hubs, you would just use the uplink ports of each with standard cables.

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific speed and signal strength
I've been using the DWL-650+ card with the matching DWL-900AP for a year now and have been completely excited and happy with its performance.

Its range through two rooms, up stairs and down a hall is very good. I've never once had a problem with dropped signals. I turn my laptop on and the signal stays solid until I turn it off. I'm using 128-bit WEP encryption, as well.

The speed is terrific. I applaud D-Link. I picked this combo because of the 22Mbps data rate. I can tell you that it really does double your throughput. On top of that, D-Link has a new firmware for the 900AP and driver for the 650+ that provided 4x/44Mbps mode. Note: it never actually negotiates at 44Mbps, but it does boost the speed. For example, at 2x/22Mbps, I get an average of 6.5Mbps (tested with QCheck from www.netiq.com), and at 4x/44Mbps, I get an average of 9.2Mbps... almost a 50% boost. Advertisement aside, getting 9Mbps from 802.11b is absolutely terrific.

Although I'm so high on this combo, if you're thinking of ordering any combo, I suggest going with D-Link's Extreme G 802.11g combo of DI-614 and DWL-G650, like I've done (should arrive in a few days).

1-0 out of 5 stars Shoddy
Echoing the sentiments of many others, my DWL-900AP works, but barely. It took me hours to figure out how to set it up, and work around the bugs in the software and firmware. In the end, I ended up flashing the firmware with Linksys firmware (the firmware for their WAP11 device works on the DWL-900AP).

The wireless network works now, but occasionally, a remote computer can't get through. Pinging the AP seems to remedy this. Other times (once every couple months), the unit stops working entirely. So I load up the configuration utility and play with the settings until it magically starts working again.

Its inconsistent behavior is extremely frustrating, and I'm tempted to throw it away and buy a different AP, just to get rid of the hassle. I don't recommend this product to anyone.

3-0 out of 5 stars Poor UI--Mac Address Filtering works...
I'm in agreement with the review from September 30. The software included with the DWL900AP is sorely lacking. There were times where my hitting the 'Apply' button had no discernable impact on the Access Point's operation. Only after I hit 'OK' and re-loaded would the Access Point change its behavior.

In addition, if you install the USB drivers for the access point on a computer, despite USB's hot-swap ability, make sure you reboot prior to trying to modify configurations.

But you can get mac address filtering to work. The file needs to be in a specific format. Each address must be on it's own line, and the last line in the file should be empty (i.e. hit Enter after you're done entering the last entry). ... Read more


128. D-Link USB Enet Adapter with 3 Port USB Hub (1 RJ45 1 USB B 3 USB A )
list price: $69.00
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Asin: B00004Z79L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 49577
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars D-link 3 port hub
This is a nice 'little' USB hub at a very reasonable price. If your looking to network a few computers together this is a good choice. It is only a 3 port hub so you don't have to much expandabilty so you you need to consider this before you buy it. For my purposes the hub was useful and easy to install. Overall I recommend this hub. ... Read more


129. D-Link MediaLounge DSM-320RD 802.11g Wireless Media Player with Progressive Scan DVD Player

Asin: B0007A6P2K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
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Product Description

D-Link (DSM-320RD) MEDIA PLAYER DVD 802.11G 54MBP ... Read more


130. D-Link Transceiver 10MBs Aui RJ45 .
list price: $95.00
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Asin: B00004Z6F2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 60346
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131. D-Link Module Switch 10/100 For Dfe-916 and Dfe-2600 Series
list price: $395.00
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Asin: B00004Z8XE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
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132. D-Link 3 Port Stack Management Module Smm For Des-3624I
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00004Z9A2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 66978
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133. D-Link DSB-C300 PC Camera (USB)
list price: $79.00
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Asin: B00004Z7BH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 25921
Average Customer Review: 2.17 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 640 x 480 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 (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars No WinMe Driver Support
Product is not compatible with WinME and D-Link tech support was useless. Never did get the camera to work and had to return to vendor.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not a great camera not great software
I purchased this camera, I wanted to use it with Windows XP. I had a little trouble installing the software but I did get it to work. I was pretty disapointed with the software and the camera quality was not very good either. One would like the ability to control resolution and size of image the sofware I received really didn't support thse features.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Like it says, Image Quality for Price tradoff is Great
I didn't need a high quality, high price webcam, so I stuck with my budget and piked up this D-Link Webcam. It works great for what I need. I plug it in, it installs the drivers with a couple clicks on the next button, and off I go.

Now I can have Netmeeting chats with other people with video and I can finally show my friends, what i look like now, without an expensive plane ride, digital camera, or scanner.

Recommended for people in my situation.

2-0 out of 5 stars NOT THE GREATEST QUALITY
I own this camera, and when I got it, it had wonderful reviews. It's an o.k. camera, but I would recommend a different one. It's very slow and isn't caught up with the sound. The program that comes with it is confusing, and I still haven't figured it out. When I installed it, it didn't work at first because I forgot to put a floppy disk in it along with the CD. I got pretty ripped off!

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't get this if you have Win 2000 - no driver support!
Don't get this if you have Win 2000 - no driver support is available so far. The driver that comes with this is for Win98 only and the driver from manufacturer's website does not work correctly. ... Read more


134. D-Link USB Video Capture Device
list price: $69.00
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Asin: B00004Z78W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 21815
Average Customer Review: 2.88 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • S-Jack and RCA video input
  • Attaches via a standard USB type A connector
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Includes software and hardware to record digital video directly to a PC
  • Capture still frames and motion video

Reviews (8)

2-0 out of 5 stars No windows XP driver and no plans for driver in future
I have had other D-link products and have dealt with the same issue. They are not very supportive of XP. Can it really be THAT hard to massage their drivers to work with XP? I think if you want to sell tech products such as these, you should be supporting the latest Operating systems because we all are going to have XP eventually. This just burns me! This is the second D-link product that loses support soon after it is sold.

Needless to say, I wont be buying from D-link anymore. This thing is useless to me with no XP drivers.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great for simple video captures, bad for semi-pro users
I'm a student filmmaker and received the D-Link capture device as a gift. I'm running the the device on Windows 2000 Professional and have had no problems with it. It works great with both RCA plugs and S-Video. My biggest problem has been with my computer equipment -- if your PC cannot keep up with the video transfer, you will lose a number of frames during the transfer. However, with a Pentium II 366MHz and 128MB RAM I haven't noticed any major degradation in the video quality.

My biggest frustration with the device is that it only captures up to a maximum size of 352x288 -- a limitation that you will not learn until after you've opened the box (I gave it 3 stars for not making that fact more clear). This limitation probably won't be a problem for most, but it's definitely something to keep in mind if you plan to transfer captured video to CD or DVD.

It's probably obvious, but worth mentioning just in case: this is only a capture device. If you plan to export movies back to a camcorder or VCR you'll need higher end equipment that supports this. Also, unlike some of the Dazzle products, the D-Link capture device does not capture audio. You'll need to run audio directly from your camera into your PC's line-in jack.

If you want a simple capture device for things like using your camcorder as a webcam (assuming it doesn't have an auto shut-off) or capturing video to edit and send to family and friends, then this should be sufficient for you.

If you are an independent filmmaker, professional videographer or plan to export your videos for viewing on a television then fork out the extra cash and get something that won't limit you. If you want to go all out, and your camera supports it, I would recommend following the route I'm taking and pay the extra money to get a DV (digital video) bridge to upload and download video.

4-0 out of 5 stars Will NOT work on Win XP
Be advised that this will not work on Windows XP and the D-Link website is less than helpfull for support on this. Although, I was able to make this work on my other PC which is a Windows(ME) machine, without any problems. If you are looking for a cheap and easy way to capture video this is it.

3-0 out of 5 stars It does work with Windows 2000
You just need to install the driver from the floppy

5-0 out of 5 stars It's perfect
Your video will have sound, if you know what you are doing. I went to Target and got a GE AV92602 "Y" adaptor cable. I connected to my sound card in the microphone port. I test it with Windows Media Encoder. It worked perfectly. ... Read more


135. D-Link DES-3326 24PORT Managed Switch 100BASET/100BASETX/ NWAY LAYER 3
list price: $1,999.99
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Asin: B00005KB23
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
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136. D-Link DI-714 Wireless Broadband Router with 4-Port Switch
list price: $159.99
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Asin: B00005KB26
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 25382
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Wireless broadband router with 4-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch
  • IEEE 802.11b compliant access point
  • Hardware router/firewall
  • Share broadband Internet access
  • Safety/security of port blocking

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars great little wireless router
I struggled a bit to choose between Linksys
and D-link DI-714. Some people's negative
experience with the Linksys product made me turn to the D-link product even though there is not much review for the relatively new DI-714.

I opened the package today and the experience so far is excellent. It was 2 hours from the time I opened the package to
me surfing the internet from a laptop. Most of the time is spent in configuring my desktop to talk to the DI-714. I had fixed IP address with my cable modem provider. The instructions given to configure my desk top to this new environment were woefully
inadequate. Even now, I am not sure if I have set all the TCP/IP
parameters properly on the desktop. This experience of taking too long to configure the desktop to talk to the router is the reason I gave this product a 4 star as opposed to 5 star.

Once the router was given all the TCP/IP settings, setting up the laptop was less than 5 minutes and it established the wireless connection ( with D-link DWL650 ) right away. It was
a very pleasant experience.

Throughout the house, the link quality is greater than 75% and
signal strength is greater than 65%. Even at the low end of these numbers, I did not see any deterioration in speed.
I could watch video at 300kb/sec easily. It is just a cool thing to see full screen video on your lap top as you walk around with it.

My advice to D-link would be to provide better documentation on the quick install manual about how to change the desktop if it is configured for static IP addresses with the DSL or Cable Modem provider. If I just follow the instructions given, it just does not work. It says, run winipcfg and select releaseall and renewall. That does not do anything. I had to statically
assign the router IP address to talk to it first. I do not know
what the problem is.

I did not have to download any new firmware. Dlink website has great scope for improvement. When I went there to see if there is any firmware update for the 714, it is just absolutely unuserfriendly to figure this out. Even now, I do not know if there is a firmware update or not.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fast, Reliable, Easy Set-up and Ready for the Future
This is another great router from the D-Link Wireless Router Family. The difference from this one and the more popular DI-713P is that the DI-714 has detachable Antenna for future utilization of bigger and stronger Antenna. This would allow for a much stronger signal and a bigger area in which you can establish a connection. This would come in handy for larger homes, or small offices that have many walls or interference.
Although the DI-713P has a built in Print Server, you might be like me and already have a Print Server on your network. The DI-714 seems to have traded it's Print Server for an extra Ethernet Port. In my book these two trade offs are just what I needed. I just don't want to wait so long to get the bigger and better antenna.
The Set-up and configuration is very easy with the DI-714 because it is all HTML based and you can access it from any computer on the Network with a web browser. And the built in firewall is a bonus. I was running a software based firewall, but now I don't need to with my built in hardware firewall.
Everything has been coming up D-Link these past months, and I always check to see if they have something that can fit my needs first. And I highly recommend this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Fly By Night, mediocre at best company
This Router (like most of their products) is the product of
a company founded on widespread mediocrity.

As a Network security Engineer, and even more importantly,
the guy that many people try to keep up with technologically
I have to say that D-Link has successfully embedded themselves
in the technology market. They are the company to buy from if
you don't mind paying an average price for below average
quality.

If you want a real broadband router try Linksys they cost
about the same but are better overall. I think D-Link needs
to narrow their product range and put more effort into
their product quality as they seem to be spread too thin.

2-0 out of 5 stars yes and no
Overall installation was very easy, up in 15 minutes.

I found the wireless component of this product very good. Decent range (whole house), easy to setup. I hear you should use encryption to hide the backdoor of this product, and any "piggybacking" from the outside.

The initial install was very good. Using DHCP from ISP, all went together well. All my computers found the router without problems,and received an IP address.

This product goes straight down the tubes with its advanced features, which is what sold me. I cannot get its "virtual server" settings to route HTTP, FTP, Telnet traffic to internal servers. The "ALL(DMZ)" setting was the only way to get one server visible on the outside, which defeats the purpose of the firewall. I was only able to get one of three computers in the DMZ. Also, with DMZ enabled, I was not able to VPN (using IPSec) to my company's private net thru the router. However, with DMZ disabled, VPN works fine.
I am using the most updated firmware, which shipped with the product. Hoping there is a upgrade soon to fix this hunk of junk, and allow it to do what I want it to. I had a friend who bought this, and returned it in two days for the DI-713P, which he reports works much better.

Support is free, and not very helpful. Reboot the router, upgrade the firmware or send it back seem to be their favorite replys. Don't try to call the support phone number, because you will never hear back. By the time I got around to trying the advanced features, my trial period was over, lost my receipt and original packaging. Definitely re-thinking this purchase...

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of Junk
Not only is the design of this router ugly and unattactive, but the guts don't work either.

I was at first impressed with the router. The firmware is very easy to access and configure. It worked great for a while, but I noticed that Internet programs such as chat clients--AIM and ICQ for example--kept disconnecting on their own, after about an hour or so of being connected. This never happened with my Linksys router. I check my configuration. Everything is how it should be. So, I called their free tech support. Now I know why it's free. The guy I talked to didn't know a Broadband Router from a hole in the ground. He came up with every excuse as to why it wasn't working, and myself being a CIT major, told him why the reasons he was coming up with didn't make any sense. He finally decided that I had a bad router, and that something was just "missing" from the firmware.

"But I have the most recent firmware installed on it!"

"Yeah, well, sometimes it just happens to where there's something missing on the router."

Right. I'll be sticking with either Linksys or Netgear, and I recommend you do too. ... Read more


137. D-Link DI-764 802.11A/B Combo Router with 802.11A/B Combo Access Point
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00006XOL6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 26115
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars software setup is very bad
D-Link software setup is very bad. I get lots of wireless packet loss even though the signal strength is "very good" at 72Mbps, which results in bad internet connections. Systematic problems interfacing between shared networking setup and wireless ethernet connectivity. Requires fixed IP setup. Worst hardware purchase I ever made. What a waste!

4-0 out of 5 stars good router / Bad tech support
D-link has the worst technical support team ever. It seems like they have high school students working for them. I take it back. Most high school students probably know more. I returned the product because of their tech support! Not sure if I will buy D-link again. There are many other great network company. ... Read more


138. D-Link DSS-8+ Bundle (Get 2 FREE DFE-530TX+ Cards)
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B00005ATXF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 45149
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DSS-8+ is a powerful desktop dual-speed eight-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 eight ports. An individual port can connectto either 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-8+ employs network load balancingfor faster data handling. The DSS-8+ uses fast store-and-forward architecture toensure low latency and high data integrity. It supports stacking through theMDI-II uplink RJ-45 connection, which is shared with Port 1 for flexible mediaconnection and expansion capabilities.

In this bundle, the DSS-8+ switch comes with three free DFE-530TX+ Wakeup-on-LANnetwork interface cards (NICs). The DFE-530TX+ card is an Ethernet adapter forPCs, high-end workstations, and workgroup file servers. Realtek's RTL8139Asingle-chip Fast Ethernet controller uses the bus master burst mode to directlytransfer data between the card and the host computer's memory. This spares thehost's workload by bypassing its CPU. Eliminating network bottlenecks, this PCIadapter also works with videographic or multimedia stations.

The NIC comes with easy-to-use plug-and-play installation. The software supportsWindows for Workgroups; Windows 95, 98, and NT 4.0; LanMan; Novell; and Linux.

D-Link offers a lifetime warranty for both the DSS-8+ router and the DFE-530TX+cards. ... Read more

Features

  • 8-port switch delivers dedicated bandwidth to each port and unclogs traffic
  • 1 built-in MDI-II RJ-45 uplink port
  • Each port can connect to Ethernet or Fast Ethernet devices
  • Each port matches PC/network card speed
  • Comes with 2 free DFE-530TX+ Ethernet adapter cards

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Switch.
This switch works great and performs great too. It is nice and quiet. This one replaced another Dlink I have used for 3 years- non stop. The reason is the old Dlink fan is loud and the new Dlink has no fan. You may wonder if it gets hot. No, it may get warm but never hot. About the same as the Dlink with the fan. Dlink has definitely improved this switch.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Switch plus 2 free NIC cards.
This switch works great. Since they took the fan out and put in a big heatsink, I like how quiet this switch is. It performs good and never gets hot, even under heavy usage. Plus, I like the metal case as opposed to a plastic case. My hats off to Dlink on this improved switch. ... Read more


139. D-Link DSH-5 10/100 Dual Speed 5 Port SOHO Hub with Auto-Sensing Nway
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00002JUZ8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 39455
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DSH-5 is a dual-speed, five-port, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet/Fast Ethernet hub with a built-in segment switch. It combines the functions of a Fast Ethernet hub, an Ethernet hub, and a 10/100 Mbps switch in a single physical unit. The DSH-5 gives small offices and home offices maximum flexibility, scalability, resiliency, bandwidth management, and central traffic control by providing an economical migration path to faster technology in one box.

The DSH-5 gives users a smooth way to move to higher performance networking by allowing users to connect Ethernet or Fast Ethernet nodes into any available port. Transmission speed of the attached device is automatically determined through the implementation of n-way autonegotiation on each port, creating independent 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps segments. The built-in segment switch enables the independent Ethernet and Fast Ethernet segments to talk to each other without an additional switching device. The switched segments seamlessly bridge the two technologies to ensure that data from either segment will not overflow to the other segment with unnecessary traffic or collisions.

The DSH-5 provides true out-of-the-box integration to any existing LAN, and simple configuration-free creation of a new one. With a palm-sized footprint, the DSH-5 can be easily mounted to a wall or placed on a desk. Diagnostic LEDs on the front panel make network problem diagnosis simple, and the included manual provides simple troubleshooting tips. The DSH-5 comes complete with free technical support and a lifetime warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 5-port 10/100Base-T hub
  • Combines functions of a Fast Ethernet hub, an Ethernet hub, and a 10/100Mb switch
  • Built-in segment switch
  • True out-of-the-box integration to any existing local area network
  • Small footprint makes it easy to mount on wall or place on desk

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Little Hub for a SOHO Network
I bought one of these in May 2001, plugged it in, and it's worked great since then. I am confused by complaints from others about fan noise, because mine does not have a fan! Perhaps those were an older version? Mine is Model DSH-5, Serial BF121581001939, Version D1.

2-0 out of 5 stars Too Noisy
This unit is what it claims to be and does what it claims to be able to do. I've been using it to connect three computers to my DSL router for months now with no real problems. The reason I'm replacing it, though, is that it's just too loud. It's got an internal fan that makes a constant whining noise that seems to be getting louder as it gets older (or maybe I'm just going nuts).

2-0 out of 5 stars This unit works ok but has an incredibly noisy little fan!
All in all I'd have to say that this is an acceptable unit performance-wise, made unacceptable by one super noisy little internal fan. Believe me - when people complain about it from the next room it's noisy! If you can put up with the noise you'll get acceptable and reliable performance.

5-0 out of 5 stars D-Link's DSH-5 gives excellent network performance!
I bought D-Link's DSH-5 and was truely amazed at this hub's awesome performance. It provided me a fast connectivity solution that I was looking for to support my 10/100 computers. My experience with the installation was so simple, I couldn't resist breaking a smile. I definitely received the expandability I needed to connect 3 computers to my print server. I now have a quick and convenient mini-network for my home. I shared files between my computers and sent print jobs to my printer and everything functioned like a sophisticated high-end network system. I would highly recommend this unit to anyone who is serious about networking a small office or home. This unit would also be ideal for gaming purposes because of its fast instant broadcast signal. This hub comes with a lifetime warranty, free technical support(if needed), and you cannot go wrong with Amazon's excellent price. Two thumbs up for this great hub, and many thanks to Amazon and D-Link products for making networking simple and inexpensive.

1-0 out of 5 stars cheap in every sense of the word
I had to send in the switch within 2 months because it stopped working. The replacement after a week started making a loud noise (the fan I think) which I was told was "normal." Then one of the ports stopped working. So it is now on a shelf as my emergency replacement switch in case one of my new (3-COM) switches stops working. ... Read more


140. D-Link 10/100 Ethernet PCI Card (2-Pack)
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00006ANYX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 24904
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Cards install easily into an available PCI slot of your desktop or tower PC to provide connectivity to either a 10BaseT or 100BaseTX ethernet LAN system
  • Full Windows95 and Windows98 Plug&Play
  • 32 Bit Bus Mastering
  • Supports all major network operating systems including WindowsNT
  • RJ45 Connecting port

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Need a Network Interface Card (NIC)? - This is it.
I am currently using two of these cards. I installed one in a PII 200 Mhz 64MB Win 95 system and one in a Celeron 1.2 Ghz 256 MB Win XP Home system. Installation on both only took 5 minutes and worked instantly. I would suggest purchasing these individually rather than this two pack unless it is on sale or has rebates. The 1 pack box of this card is always on sale and always has a rebate making it a better offer for the same card. ... Read more


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