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161. D-Link DWL-905 Laptop Wireless
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162. D-Link PCI Gigabit Enet Nic 1000Bsx
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163. D-Link DHN-910 10Mb Phoneline
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164. D-Link DI-804 Broadband Gateway
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165. D-Link Auto Sensing Dual Speed
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166. D-Link 2 Port Mt-RJ 100Fx Module
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167. D-Link Transceiver 100MBs Mii
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168. Air Wireless CompactFlash Cf 802.11B
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169. D Link AirPlus DWL-900AP+ Wireless
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170. D-Link 5-Port Hubby Kit for Small
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171. D-Link DFE-910 10/100 Network-In-A-Box
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172. D-Link DFE-680TXD PCMCIA Card
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173. D-Link 3-Port IEEE 1394 Firewire
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174. D-Link DWL-1000AP 11Mb Wireless
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175. D-Link 32MB MP3 Player
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176. D-Link Print Server 10MBs RJ45
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177. D-Link DI-711 Broadband 802.11B
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178. D-Link Enet/Fast Enet ISDN Router
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179. D-Link Kit 19IN Rm For D-Link
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180. D-Link Transceiver 10MBs Aui St

161. D-Link DWL-905 Laptop Wireless Network Kit (Access Point + 2 PC Cards)
list price: $429.99
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Asin: B00005ATY9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 35711
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link Wireless Laptop Kit includes one wireless access point(DWL-1000AP) and two 11 Mbps wireless PC Cards (DWL-650). The DWL-1000AP is anIEEE 8.02.11b-compliant, 11 Mbps wireless Ethernet access point designed for usein home and office environments.

Supporting 40-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) encryption, MAC addresscontrol, and user authentication, the DWL-1000AP ensures a secure networkconnection. When connected to an Ethernet LAN, the DWL-1000AP automaticallyidentifies the IP of the host PC as well as the subnet, or you can assign the IPmanually. You can also set the bandwidth data transmission rate to automaticallyuse the dynamic auto-sensing configuration or to a manual rate of 11 Mbps, 5.5Mbps, 2 Mbps, or 1 Mbps.

The DWL-650 is an IEEE 8.02.11b-compliant, high-speed, 11 Mbps Wireless LAN cardthat plugs into your notebook computer's PCMCIA slot and lets you send andreceive information wirelessly from anywhere in your LAN. Once connected withother networked computers, this card enables you to share printers, a modem forInternet access, and hard disk, DVD, CD-ROM, and Zip drives.

Both the DWL-1000AP and DWL-650 operate in a 2.4 GHz direct-sequence spreadspectrum (DSSS), which provides transparent bridging and roaming capabilities towireless nodes at ranges of up to 100 meters indoors and 300 meters outdoors.Like the DWL-1000AP, the DWL-650 bandwidth data transmission rate can be setmanually at 11, 5.5, 2, or 1 Mbps, or it can be set on a dynamic auto-sensingconfiguration.

D-Link provides a lifetime warranty for both cards. ... Read more

Features

  • Wireless access point acts as an Ethernet bridge
  • No cables between computers
  • Fast 11 Mbps speed
  • Easy to connect
  • Bundled with 2 11 Mbps PC Card adapters

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy Install, and Good Range
I bought this to go with my D-Link Router and two laptops obviously. I have to say that this Kit has exceeded my expectations. I didn't think I would be able to nearly as much range as I do. I can have the Access Point plugged in downstairs in one corner of the house and get "Good" Signal Strength upstairs on my balcony on the other side of the house. All throughout my home I get a "Good" Signal Strength or above. It is when I start roaming outside when the connection gets cut-off.

The installation was simple thanks the Quick Install Guides and I probably could have figured it out since everything connects with each other with the out-of-the-box default settings.

4-0 out of 5 stars Careful of Purchasing a D-Link product with Linksys Routers
After reading some of the reviews and the purchasing the D-Link access point I've determined that there could be some problems when combining the D-Link Access point with a Linksys Router (with DHCP). There is a technical solution read my review under the D-Link DWL-1000 product page. But be prepared for problems if you have a LinkSys. Wonderful product otherwise.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very Dissatisfied User
I purchased a Linksys Cable/DSL router for my home network, had up and running in 20 min and have had operational and trouble free for nearly a year. I was tempted to get the Linksys wireless solution as a result of my good luck with the router. Unfortunately, I decided to get the D-Link product because of its lower price point at the time. I had multiple configuration issues, had running for while, then lost all connectivity. The installer (an uninstaller) froze my laptop and caused errors on boot...needless to say a bad experience. Not sure why PC Mag rated this unit high. I returned the D-Link and bought the Linksys wireless product the same day. Back to what I know is a reliable company. ... Read more


162. D-Link PCI Gigabit Enet Nic 1000Bsx Sc Connector
list price: $520.00
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Asin: B00004Z963
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 66205
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163. D-Link DHN-910 10Mb Phoneline Network in a Box

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Asin: B00003G1I6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 44828
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164. D-Link DI-804 Broadband Gateway with 4-Port Switch
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B00005ML8V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 16980
Average Customer Review: 3.61 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Ideal for your networked home or small business, the D-Link DI-804 offers four fast Ethernet ports (switched 10/100) through which up to 253 computers can simultaneously connect to the Internet using the same ISP account. This is made possible by Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) technology, which dynamically allocates IP addresses for each client. The DI-804 also provides hardware firewall security between your network and the Internet.

The DI-804 supports any Ethernet device, multiple machine types, all conventional operating systems, and server/client/relay. Plus, with its easy Web configuration, you'll have it set up and running in no time. ... Read more

Features

  • Complete hardware firewall protection for the PC
  • NAT and IP sharing for up to 32 users
  • Easy Web-based management
  • DHCP server
  • RS-232 port for back-up analog modem connection

Reviews (46)

5-0 out of 5 stars This Gateway ROCKS! - Super Easy Set-up and Works Perfectly
Once I recieved this in the mail, I was excited to try it out, but didn't think it would be so easy. You usually get a computer related product and you will have to shut down your computer, open it up, install drivers when you boot back up, etc. etc. The DI-804 was Super Quick and Easy to install. All i had to do was write down what my network settings are now, and change them to detect IP Automatically, (2 minutes), plug in each computer Physically with Ethernet cables, (2 minutes) and turn the power on to the router and reboot the computers, (4 minutes). When the computers came to, I was able to access the Internet from both computers right away. Then i went to go test the firewall, and my network is in Stealth Mode now. This product is unbelieveable easy to set-up (follow instructions) and works like a charm. I highly recommend this to anyone, who wants to share their blazing cable modem access and isn't exactly a network professional.

2-0 out of 5 stars Poor performance on @Home cable modem
This router has the same problem as the SMC 7004ABR. When used in conjunction with older Motorola cable modems and @Home, it has serious lag for each tcp connection. For example, a web page with 30 images (no matter what size) will take almost a minute to load. The solution: get an SMC 7004BR (not ABR) or 7008BR. In other modem/isp situations it is probably just fine.

Also, someone else posted about only being able to map certain well-known ports through the firewall (FTP, HTTP, etc.), with no capability to do it by port number. The solution is to use the optional Telnet interface, which allows mapping by port number.

1-0 out of 5 stars Max throughput == 5MBit.
This switch has one *very* serious drawback, which it also shares with the more recent 704: a maximum throughput of 5MBit/s.

That means that if you have a faster connection than that (I have 10MBit) the remaining bandwidth is simply wasted. For me, transfer rates immediately dropped from 1.3Mbyte/s to 650KByte/s when I plugged this device in.

Like most of D-links gear, ie their laughably slow & buggy wireless routers, this device simply does not live up to its specs.

Avoid.

2-0 out of 5 stars TCP/IP connectivity issues
This is a great little router...when and if it works. Most nights it has some type of weird TCP/IP connectivity issue, no matter what firmware I'm using. It constantly drops packets, causing me to be signed off AIM repeatedly and lag in video games. If I bypass the router and connect my DSL modem to my computer, my dsl connection will work fine. I can find no possible cause for this connectivity issue, and get no response to any tech support contact I make. This is the ONLY router I have ever had a weird problem like this with, and I have worked with many routers. I have tried numerous different DSL modems with this router, and it still has the same problem. However, on the rest of the nights when the router does work, it works pretty great. Documentation on the control panel's features is pretty scarce, newcomers to the router may be scared off by the advanced features in the setup menu. If you find this router for a good price, it may be worth it. But if you are going to spend [$$$], I would recommend going with a linksys model.

4-0 out of 5 stars When you need ALL features working
Not much to say, this is like many others this kind.

What I realy like is the backup capacity. I use it hooked up to a cable modem, and use an ISDN line for backup. Works lovely.

There are other things that I'd like to have found, like an easy way to block the access to some addresses, and DMZ handling too. Anyhow worths every cent. ... Read more


165. D-Link Auto Sensing Dual Speed 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet Print Server
list price: $259.00
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Asin: B00004XRD0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 64017
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Ok, But very old
My 3 /win2k systems do not see or work with this unit. My NT4.0 sp6 does see it and works fine. Dlinks tech support had me add Netwre Client and NWLink Protocols to my Win2k systems, would still not work, they then told me to update the printservers firmware to 1,38, but this is not available on their site anywhere. This thing was made in 1997 ! and has not been updated to work with newer OS's. If you only have NT 4 systems go ahead and get it. But if you have any NEW systems (OS) then pass it by. ... Read more


166. D-Link 2 Port Mt-RJ 100Fx Module For Des-3225G
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00004Z8WI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
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167. D-Link Transceiver 100MBs Mii RJ45 .
list price: $395.00
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Asin: B00004Z89W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 63903
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168. Air Wireless CompactFlash Cf 802.11B 11MBPS with DCF653 Pccard Ada
list price: $149.00
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Asin: B000063XJC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 32183
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 802.11b network wireless access
  • 128-bit WEP encryption
  • Easily converts to fit PC card slot
  • Fast 11 Mbps speed
  • Quick and easy setup

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Wireless Card
I just purchased a laptop and an IPAQ Pocket PC and I used this card for both. I just pull the card from on and plug it in the other. The set up was as easy as 1.2.3. very easy, no issues with manuals or long instructions. I don't recall needing the instructions for more than a minute or so. Very easy to install and very practical... especially for my needs.

I'll give it a 5 ***** ... Read more


169. D Link AirPlus DWL-900AP+ Wireless 22MBPS Access Point
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B000068UYB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 9446
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link AirPlus DWL-900AP+ 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. It also eliminates the need for a separate DHCP server on the network. This unique feature is ideal for quickly creating a wireless local area network in offices or other workplaces, or a temporary network at trade shows or other events.

The DWL-900AP+ also features 256-bit WEP encryption for a higher level of security for your data and wireless communications.

The DWL-900AP+ is fully compatible with the IEEE 802.11b standard, making it interoperable with all existing 802.11b-compliant devices. But unlike standard 802.11b access points, its data transfer rate can be up to 20 percent faster. When your wireless network is comprised of other D-Link AirPlus products, such as the DWL-520+ wireless PCI adapter, the DWL-650+ wireless CardBus adapter, and the DI-614+ wireless router--transfer rates can be as high as 22 Mbps. ... Read more

Features

  • 4 different operation modes
  • Auto IP address assignment
  • Fully 802.11b compatible
  • Up to 22 Mbps with AirPlus Products
  • 3-year warranty

Reviews (44)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Perfect WAP
This wireless AP is a perfect addition to any network. It can do so many things right out of the box and do things it does. The wireless range alone is worth buying this AP. I can get wireless internet anywhere in my home and if I set it out my front window I can go down the street about 2 houses down and still get a connection. A neighbor of mine bought one of these as well and was facinated by it as I was. So we tested out bridging our networks together and found that with a clear line of sight his network can be connected to mine from 3 houses down and across the street. Or he can set his as a wireless acess point and I will set mine as a wireless client and I can receive his signal just fine.

Either way it's fun to have this piece of hardware lying around. I use mine as an AP and access the internet securly with 256-bit WEP enabled on both my laptop and this AP. I can access the internet from any room in my home and I can't thank this little device enough for freeing me and my laptop up from cables!

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy to configure, harder to get good reception
The Good: Can get up to 95% of a wired connection speed under the right circumstances, web interface, flexible configurations

The Bad: Skimpy documentation, very sensitive to placement under some circumstances, confusing to choose right setup options

I am using this access point on a Mac network. I got it because of the 22mbps throughput available with other similar D-Link products which I also purchased. It is in the challenging position of pushing a broadband cable internet connection to a house across the street (please don't mention this to AT&T!).

The box is small, setup is pretty easy via direct connection and Internet Explorer, the interface screen is HTML-based. We chose wireless client, and set it near a window which is almost direct line of sight about 200 ft. from my office. Once we figured out what to do, we got up to 3800Mbps throughput, which was tons better than the dialup.

2-0 out of 5 stars Worked for five days...
I did a lot of research on wireless access points, and this one was very highly rated. It was easy to install and fairly easy to configure using D-Link's web based interface. Unfortunately, the device only worked well for five days.

Then I upgraded the firmware - and things went downhill. The signal strength became very inconsistent: Excellent one moment, fair the next, then poor, etc. It was all over the map - even when the wireless client remained stationary.

I spent hours trying to fix it. D-Link's telephone tech support people were not particularly helpful. It sounded like they didn't know one product from another. Email tech support merely regurgitated what is posted on the website.

I finally gave up, decided to return it, and bought a Linksys BEFW11S4 wireless router. It is less expensive, easier to configure, performs more consistently, and does the job of both a router and wireless access point - so I've now got one less device to manage.

The D-Link may work for you. But if it doesn't, my advice is not to waste a lot of time trying to fix it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Working Flawlessly For Over One Year - NO Problems!!!
I installed the DWL-900AP+ into an existing 'wired' network to connect my Dell laptop with a D-Link DWL-650+ PC card. The DWL-900AP+ is plugged into a D-Link Hub, that is hooked up to my network server. Installation/setup was extremely easy! I did my homework first! I read all the reviews and documentation that I could find online, THOROUGHLY read the instructions...a couple of times...then went through everything step-by-step! Everything worked FLAWLESSLY!!!

The DWL-900AP+ has been powered-up CONTINUOUSLY 24/7 for over thirteen months...NO problems at all!!!

Signal strength, link quality, and range are all excellent. It is mounted 7 feet above floor-level on the front inside wall of my home, and I can easily surf the 'net throughout the entire house, and from the backyard and garden area of our property (approx. 150 ft). Signal strength and link quality drop a little, but the drop is negligible!

Our home isn't paper-thin either! All the interior walls are plaster and lathe, covered by thick wood paneling and 3/4" knotty pine planking. The exterior is 3/4" pine with 3/4" lap-board siding...covered by insulated aluminum siding! It is a THICK house!!! However the D-Link wireless AP and PC card work GREAT!!!

I highly recommend D-Link for ALL of your networking needs!!!

I'm the network administrator at work, and have had some experience with several brands...and in my estimation, D-Link Rules!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Strong Signal and Simple Install
First I set this up in about 5 minutes and the connection to my laptop was almost instant. Then I tested how far I could be away from this AP and my laptop would still be connected. I was surprised that I could be anywhere in my home. I read so many other reviews that say they had bad range, but this works great in my home. Maybe it all depends on your environment/home/work.

Security is strong with the 256-bit WEP and MAC filtering. I think this is an excellent choice for anyone who wants a wireless network and doesn't want to spend a lot of money. Plus you get top shelf security and speed in the 802.11b spectrum. ... Read more


170. D-Link 5-Port Hubby Kit for Small Workgroups with 2 PCI DE-528 NICS and 2/20FT Cables
list price: $139.00
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Asin: B00004Z7O2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 24280
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Turnkey approach to small networking
Tired of always having the "good printer" on the other machine at home or office? Here's a quick and easy way to share printers, files and other goodies. D-link's hubby kit is all you need for a small LAN.
D-Link is a well-respected name in networking hardware. Their hubs and switches have been around and hold up well.
This network-in-a-box is a great way to get started. The four-port hub allows that many computers to "talk" with each other and share data and resources. You also get two network interface cards (NICs) and two cables. Plug them in and install peer-to-peer networking on your Windoz machines and you're in business. ... Read more


171. D-Link DFE-910 10/100 Network-In-A-Box with 5 Port Switch
list price: $119.00
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Asin: B00002JUZ7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 33333
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Many people simply replace their old PCs with some newfangled model and send the old equipment to the attic, the garage sale, or their grandmother. However, once you discover the benefits of home networking, there's no need to retire your old system.

The trouble with home networks is that most people are intimidated by the hardware installation. There are myriad cables, cards, and other equipment to purchase, and you have to make certain it all works well together; plus, you have to factor different speeds, protocols, and manufacturers into the mix. That's why we recommend that beginners buy a network kit, such as D-Link's DFE-910 10/100 five-port Network in a Box, that makes connecting a couple of PCs as easy as flicking on a light switch.

OK, so maybe it isn't that easy, but it's close. The kit comes with everything you'll need to connect a pair of PCs, including two 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Network Interface Cards (NICs), a five-port 10/100 Mbps Ethernet hub, two cables that measure a generous 20 feet each, an AC adapter, and all the software and documentation you need to get everything working.

The NICs come with Wake-on-LAN (WOL) cables for motherboards that support the feature, but we didn't use them, and WOL support certainly isn't a requirement. We just popped a NIC into an empty PCI slot on each PC, inserted the required driver diskette during the boot process, and let Windows 98 take care of the rest. Beyond that, setup required connecting each NIC to the hub using the included cables, powering up the hub, and running through some simple network configuration steps on each PC. The documentation did a good job of guiding us through the process, and the network was fully operational within 30 minutes of taking the hardware out of the box.

Since all the hardware included with the DFE-910 is capable of 100 Mbps speeds, file transfers between connected PCs are fast. 100 Mb per second translates to about 12.5 MB per second, and we saw transfer rates between 2 MBps and 10 MBps in our tests. Needless to say, multiplayer gaming is a blast with this setup.

The hub that comes with this kit is of the switched variety, which means that you can connect more PCs to the network without subdividing the bandwidth and decreasing overall performance. You can connect up to five PCs to this hub; the hub also has an uplink connector if you want to add another hub to the network.

The only thing we didn't like about this kit was the software, which is very old. One CD includes demos for games that are over five years old, and another CD has the outdated Internet Explorer 4.0 and Netscape Communicator 4.0 software. All of this is secondary to the hardware, which works well and is easy to figure out for anyone who has added a component to his or her computer in the past. In fact, our sole gripe with the hardware is the cooling fan in the hub, which could be heard over the whirring from our two caseless test PCs. --T. Byrl Baker

Pros:

  • Installation and configuration is simple
  • Fast throughput rates
  • Kit includes everything you need
  • Network was extremely reliable in testing

Cons:

  • Software is old
  • Hub is noisy
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Features

  • Easy to install and use, even for beginners
  • Includes everything users need to build a multispeed 2-node network
  • Expandable with an uplink stacking port
  • Allows users to take advantage of existing or legacy technology
  • Maximizes the fastest connection possible for each device on the network

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product from D-Link!!
I bought this product on April 2001. Let me tell you that it only took 15 minutes to have my computers hooked together and my network running. The installation is very easy. The only lack is the additional software that comes with, which is already old (example: IE 4, Netscape 4, etc.). It's an issue which you really would have to leave out, since this programs can be downloaded free from the Internet. Anyway, D-Link has proven to be an excellent network products brand. I really haven't used Technical Support, since it has not given me any problems over the 8 months that I have had this product. If you compare this network in a box with other brands, you will find that this is cheaper.
In conclusion, I really recommend "D-Link DFE-910 10/100 Network-In-A-Box " for the price, features, and what it gives you for a network.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple,easy, and FAST networking
I'm new to networking computers, but I had this up and running in about an hour. Three computers networked and print sharing set up in a little over an hour. WOW! is it fast. Thank you D-Link for a great product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
After getting the newest drivers from D-Link's web site, installation went without a hitch. Only problem I had was somehow one of the NIC cards was set for no flow control and I thought I had a bad card. Also their cables was causing some packet loss, replaced with some good CAT5 cable and now I'm flying. Seems 1000 times faster than my old 3COM 3c503 10 MB NIC cards. Now only if my internet connection was as fast.... ... Read more


172. D-Link DFE-680TXD PCMCIA Card Bus NIC 10/100
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00005KB22
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 13265
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Product for Laptop Users
SBC sent me this DFE-680TXD together with their dsl modem about a year ago when we applied for a DSL service with them. I installed it into my laptop and after loading it's drivers for Windows ME, hooking it to my hub with a network cable and restarting the machine, I was online!

Of course you still have to configure your network connections and enter your domain name or in my case workgroup name to be able to share stuff or access shared folders with-in my local network, but even before doing all that I was surfing the web thru my dsl connection.

I waited a long time before leaving a review for this card as I was waiting for some flaw to come up but so far after a year it hasn't dissapointed me yet!

So if you have a laptop that unfortunately did not come with a built-in ethernet card, this D-Link DFE-680TXD is surely the way to go!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great card
this is a great networking card it will work in almost any computer running almost any os and it is really fast! I have used this in my house and it is marvelous I can play a game against my brother or I can use the internet at the same time as my dad without suffering any lag at all!!!! this is a great piece of work and i would reccomed it for anyone with a laptop or notebook (it runs with a type 2 PCMCIA card if you were wondering.) ... Read more


173. D-Link 3-Port IEEE 1394 Firewire Adapter Card
list price: $129.00
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Asin: B00004XRD3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 16163
Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link three-port FireWire adapter is an IEEE 1394-complianthigh-performance serial bus adapter card with a PCI 2.2 interface that provides threeexternal ports for easily connecting peripherals to your PC. Supplying power toany attached IEEE 1394 peripheral, device, or hub, this adapter allowsbus-powered devices to operate without the need of an external power adapter. Withserial bus data transfer rates of up to 400 Mbps, the adapter ensures flexible,high-speed support for scanners, hard drives, printers, and multimedia devicessuch as IEEE 1394-compatible TVs, VCRs, DVD players, and digital camcorders.Bundled with digital video-editing software, the adapter provides an out-of-the-boxsolution for home video editing. Simply upload digital information from acamcorder to your PC, edit it, and then download it to an IEEE 1394-enabled VCR.

With convenient plug-and-play installation, automatic driver location, andautomatic device configuration, this adapter card is easy to use and comes witha one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Connects digital video cameras and other IEEE 1394 devices to PCs
  • Data transfer rates up to 400 Mbps
  • Connects up to 63 digital devices
  • No need for external power adapter
  • Includes digital editing software for home video

Reviews (30)

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy to set-up and use.
I was saving video to my hard drive and editing it 45 minutes after popping open the box on this card.

The card comes with a 6 to 4 pin Firewire cable, so no need to purchase one seperately (like I did not knowing that).

Manual is fine. Installation was easy (I have installed cards before though - not sure how easy the installation would be for someone who has never opened their computer's case before).

Software that comes with it did not work on Windows ME for me (even though the software's site says no problems are reported), but I'm using Windows Movie Maker and that's working fine for now.

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy. Cheap.
Dell Dimension 8200 running Windows XP. Using a Canon ZR45. Opened the case, put in the card, closed the case, plugged in the camcorder (turned on), turned on the computer and started capturing video. Easy.

4-0 out of 5 stars good
It's good and easy to set up for windows 98 SE.
On the manual, it said that this card only connect for 63 digital devices. And on the list i can't find my digital camcorder(Sharp VLWD450U). But it still works cool and easy to transfer my video to the computer.
The software is a little bug. When i want to transfer from avi to rm, it didn't work. I think may because the software is ulead version 4.0.
Also, it includes the IEEE1394 cable, cool!

3-0 out of 5 stars It works, I guess....
I got this in hopes of turning my PC and digital camcorder into a movie studio. It was easy enough to install I suppose, and it actually works I think because some images from my camcorder DID actually make it to the monitor. However, I was never able to do more than that with this product. I don't think there is something inherently wrong with it, but PCs, at least not highly up to date ones, are just not very compatible with Firewire. I guess I could have spent more time on this and perhaps actually accomplished something. It was just too tedious and not worth it. My brothers IMAC works brilliantly with Firewire, and I would recommend you get a Mac if you want to make movies.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very affordable and easy installation
Dell Dimension 4500 running Windows XP with a Panasonic DV-400 camcorder. When I first plugged the card in, XP didn't see it. I ended up swapping to another slot and it immediately recognized the new hardware and installed it automatically. Was capturing video in under 20 minutes total! So far I have just used XP MovieMaker because the included software doesn't seem very intuitive. ... Read more


174. D-Link DWL-1000AP 11Mb Wireless LAN Access Point 802.11b
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B000051SHH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 21003
Average Customer Review: 3.53 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DWL-1000AP is an IEEE 8.02.11b-compliant, 11 Mbps wirelessEthernet access point designed for use in office and home environments. Itoperates in 2.4 GHz direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS), which providestransparent bridging and roaming capabilities to wireless nodes at ranges up to100 meters indoors and 300 meters outdoors.

The DWL-1000AP supports Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), MAC address control, anduser authentication to ensure a secure network connection. When connected to anEthernet LAN, the DWL-1000AP automatically identifies the IP of the host PC aswell as the subnet. In addition, the IP address of the DWL-1000AP can bemanually assigned. The bandwidth data transmission rate can be set automaticallyusing the dynamic auto-sensing configuration or set manually to 11, 5.5, 2, or 1Mbps.

You can manage the DWL-1000AP remotely with its access point manager software,which can be installed on Microsoft Windows 95 OSR2, 98, 98SE, NT 4.0, Me, and2000. ... Read more

Features

  • No cables between computers
  • Fast 11 Mbps
  • Acts as an Ethernet bridge
  • Easy to connect
  • IEEE 802.11b compliant

Reviews (47)

4-0 out of 5 stars A very good access point but poor documentation
I am very satisfied with the D-LINK access point, once installed that is ! Thanks to Scott's review, I quickly checked the second manual and realized that I could configure the DWL-1000AP via the Ethernet link. I was unable to configure it via my laptop with a RoamAbout wireless PCMCIA card, either via automatic detection or manually. Once configured, it worked as a charm. The only problem is that Encryption is not compatible between my Roamabout card and the DWL-1000AP ... As Scott, I would rate the documentation as a 2, and the AP as a 5, for an overall rating of 4. Hadn't I been a software engineer, I'd have been frustated trying to configure the AP ...

3-0 out of 5 stars Claims a little exaggerated, but it works.
This is my second wireless Access Point. I started with a Hawkings access point and was very impressed with how I was up and using the Internet from my patio in 10 minutes. However, the next day I had no connection. After 1 hour on technical support, we concluded it was defective. Therefore, I turned to another manufacturer. After reading the reviews, the D-Link product looked to be the best. I fully expected that I would be up and running within 10 minutes of opening the box based on my previous experiences.

First off, the D-Link product is tiny and convenient. It comes with a wall mount if one decides to mount it that way. I do not know why no vendor includes a network cable, but make sure you have one before you get the product.

I connected the D-Link to my Linksys Broadband router and based on the literature the D-Link was supposed to get an IP address from the DHCP server and I would be up and running. Well that was not the case, I do not know if it was the Linksys or the D-Link but after 20 minutes of messing with the manual, I still could not make a connection.

Here is what I have discovered. If it does not work right away, throw away the manual and call technical support. The manual was useless. I went through the setup step by step and nothing worked. I was convinced that I had another defective product. But with the help of technical support (about a 20 minute wait) we had it up and working in 5 minutes. Here is a procedure that works if the unit seems dead out of the box.

1. Reset the unit and write down the MAC address. This is the same as the units Serial number.

2. Connect the unit to a network hub and your computer to the same hub. You must have a standard network card for this procedure to work. If you only have wireless, I would recommend getting at least 1 wired connection, otherwise you will be in for prolonged frustration.

3. Run the installation software and if the unit is not detected automatically, be prepared to add the unit manually. Try to follow the manual, but in my case, the IP addresses in the manual only confounded the problem.

4. Determine the IP address of your network card. This can be found by running the command ipconfig from the MS DOS command prompt.

5. Once you determine the IP address of your network card (in my case it was 192.168.1.101 for a linksys network), add the device manually. Type in the MAC address (Serial Number) and then pick an IP address in the same network as your network card. Do not use the IP address in the manual (192.168.0.10) unless your network card has the same first three numbers (192.168.1.xxx). In fact, I do not ever recommend using 0 as a network address. I picked 192.168.1.10 and then the software found and added the device flawlessly.

6. Next, pick the same SSID as your wireless network card. Pick something you can remember like HOME for home.

That procedure is what finally got my unit to function. As a side note, this same procedure worked for the Hawkings unit as well. In fact, I think they are the same unit only different packaging. Same power units, same software, and same quirks. So for functionality, get whatever unit is cheaper, the Hawkings or the D-Link. Although the Hawkings has even worse technical support than D-Link.

I would also not recommend the unit for first time network users. Good price and good product overall once you get it working. However, I am disappointed with the claim for DHCP and range. The unit was supposed to grab an IP address from my DHCP sever and I would not have to configure the unit manually, so claimed the literature. Well it does not work that way, and neither did the hawkings. Technical support told me that it happens that way sometimes. In addition, I live in a very simple three-bedroom square shaped southwest stucco home and even with unit in the center of the house my connection quality drops to nearly 10% just on the patio. Nevertheless, I predict the same quality from all the vendors; it is the same with cordless telephones. Take the range they claim; divide by 4 and that is what you will really get.

1-0 out of 5 stars I'm Wireless!
Welcome to my first WIRELESS Amazon review. Unfortunately, it's not a good one for this product. Here's my plight.

I bought this product on eBay for 30 bucks, new in the box. Couldn't resist. I was like a little kid waiting for something to come in the mail.

Out of the box, it worked! But only for a second. Then, like other posters here, it couldn't find my SSID. Went through the troubleshooting guide - no dice. Looked to forums - no dice. Tried this - no dice, tried that, no dice.

Finally called tech support. 20 minute call to the first rep. Nice enough but couldn't help me. Bumped me to the next guy. He told me (get this) that I needed to go buy a router. Okay, I don't need a router. That's why I bought a WAP! It's supposed to be a router. See, alls I want is to be able to connect from my laptop to the net. That's it.

Soooooooo I mozey on down to Radio Shack, and I see a vanilla router - 45 bucks. I see the Lynksys wireless b router, $59 bucks.

Went with the Linksys - BINGO! Right out of the box. Connected.

The moral of this story? Don't buy electronics stuff on eBay unless you can return it. When it comes to this type of stuff - do your homework. Check reviews and customer experience on Amazon. Don't be penney wise with wireless!

1-0 out of 5 stars Was great until the firmware update (2.2)
I had used this device without a problem for a year. I upgraded the firmware on this device a couple of weeks ago to version 2.2. I now cannot download a 5MB file without it dropping its connection 10+ times. It has become completely unusable.

I just got of the phone with D-Link technical support. I am not joking, the gentleman on the other end told me that I had "fried" my card upgrading the firmware. I was angry that he used the words that "I" had fried it and I clarified with him. He said multiple times "Yes, the firmware fried the access point". To be completely sure I said "You are saying that your software fries your products, is that correct" to which he replied "Yes".

On the upside, he said they will send me another access point. On the downside I have not received the email he said I would get with instructions.

I don't think I will ever purchase anything from D-Link again. At least not until they can keep their software from frying their hardware.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do NOT upgrade the firmware on this unit!
I purchased the 1000AP and it works perfectly out of the box, with the original firmware installed. Pretty simple to set up and operates flawlessly.

However, as soon as I upgraded to the new firmware from the DLink site, the product dropped connections so often that it is unusable. This happens with no encyption turned on, or using the 64 or 128 bit modes.

This is a common problem with the new firmware, and DLink refuses to acknowledge the problem, or to post a "downgrade" to restore the original firmware. The problem has been visible on the Internet for a year. I have gone from a DLink admirer to never wanting another one of their products.

If you have purchased this unit, then do NOT install the firmware. If not, then look elsewhere and avoid DLink products. ... Read more


175. D-Link 32MB MP3 Player
list price: $179.00
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Asin: B00004XRCX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 22650
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DMP-100 is a state-of-the-art MP3 player with an integratedvoice recorder. This compact and light player comes with 32 MB of built-inmemory. Removable SmartMedia memory cards can be used to double the fixedstorage capacity of the DMP-100 to 64 MB (using a 32 MB SmartMedia card), orthey can act as a removable storage option for transporting file from computerto computer. The integrated voice recorder records over 2 hours of digital-qualityaudio through a built-in microphone, enabling you to record ideas,memos, or even full lectures.

Large buttons on the front of the DMP-100 control all major functions. Thebuttons can be deactivated with a hold switch to ensure that music is notinterrupted accidentally. A five-band equalizer allows you to customize thesound, or you can choose from one of many presets. The DMP-100's scrolling LCDscreen provides track information including song title and artist. Additionalmenu commands allow you to delete tracks or change player settings without theplayer being attached to a PC. Available memory and other information can alsobe displayed.

D-link's intuitive MP3 and file management software writes and reads data fromthe DMP-100's internal memory or SmartMedia memory cards via a parallel portinterface.

The DMP-100 runs on a single AA battery. The box includes aninstallation/software CD-ROM, a parallel port cable, a battery, earphones, and amanual. ... Read more

Features

  • 32 MB MP3 player and digital voice recorder
  • Expandable using SmartMedia memory cards
  • Customize sound with 5-band equalizer or choose one of many presets
  • Scrolling LCD display provides track information including song title and artist
  • Requires a parallel port connection to the PC

Reviews (10)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great player, a few problems
I purchased this MP3 player cheap. It's a great deal. It has a voice recorder, good quality, large buttons, the EQ adjustment. There are only a few downsides to it.

1. The parallel port connection. The downloads are a bit slow - maybe about 15 seconds for a normal song. Plus, you may have your printer hooked up to the parallel port. 2. On my songs, the lengths of the songs show up completely wrong. Some songs are reported to be "00:00" long, some are about "15 minutes long." But the playback is correct. 3. They need a backlight for the LCD display.

Overall, the player is great and cheaper than most. If you're not too picky, go ahead and get it. You won't regret it.

4-0 out of 5 stars GREAT MP3 Player, just short on memory
When I first bought the device, I couldn't figure out how to download songs into the player. I spent 30 minutes on hold with the customer service dept. before they explained how to set the parallel port to "ECP MODE".

After that, downloads were not a problem. I was a bit disspointed that 32mb's translates to about 8 songs (max.) But the sound quality is TERRIFIC. One of the nicer features is the built-in equalizer.

When I bought my new computer with Windows Me, I encountered major conflicts with the D-link software. Their customer service suggested I download the D'music software that was tailored for Windows Me. For some strange reason, I could only download music with the D'music software once, before my DELL computer had conflicts with their software. Despite all the trouble I've gone through with this little device, I give it FOUR STARS because D-Link's website now features downloadable software for all platforms (i.e. Windows Me, 2000 etc...) I download a fresh set of songs into my mp3 player daily now.

But if you're thinking about buying an MP3 player, buy one with MORE built in memory - although the cost may be 50-60 dollars more than this one, you should consider the cost of a compact flash card - 32mb... Wouldn't it be easier to just have it built in? The choice is yours!

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY
DO NOY BUY THIS PRODUCT
1ST IT CAN ONLY TAKE 1 MORE 32MB CARD
2ND ITS HARD 2 SET UP

SO SAVE UR MONEY AND BUY SOMETHING BETTER ....

1-0 out of 5 stars Not a very good product
We've had this player for about a year and it has begun to short out. We really didn't use it that often, the only reason we got this one was it was offered with a rebate which put it (at a good price) at the time. Should have waited and done more research.

2-0 out of 5 stars Sounds okay...but it's design needs work
While the sound quality coming out of the devise is okay...the devise its self (...).

First, The battery cover on the back, is only held shut by a little plastic tab, easily broken with moderate use.

Second, There is no USB support for this product. The only way to transfer music is via a slow serial connection.

Third, While it takes only two batteries, it ought to take more. This thing is a major battery drainer, I can only get 3-4 hours of one charge.

Fourth, No backlight LCD screen. Makes it somewhat hard to see what song is selected in the dark.

Fifth, Only 32mb of space on the player, and while you can get more space with smartmedia cards, a 64mb smart media card costs almost as much as the mp3 player its self.

I would not recommend this player to anyone, unless you are sort of pressed on money. But there are other mp3 players under 200 dollars that are a lot better quality and have more features. ... Read more


176. D-Link Print Server 10MBs RJ45 BNC 2-Par 1-Ser
list price: $299.00
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Asin: B00004Z8W4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 66177
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DP-100 print server helps efficiently manage the flow of print jobs from your network, so file servers and workstations are free from printing tasks. You can use it where printers are concentrated in the same location, connecting to as many as three printers at one time, thus eliminating the need for dedicated print server PCs.

The D-Link DP100 comes equipped with two high-speed parallel ports, and one serial port that transmits at up to 115.2 Kbps. Parallel ports support HP PJL (Printer Job Language) for printer management protocol, allowing bidirectional network printer communication that provides the administrator with critical information about the network printers. The DP-100 also offers one combo auto-sensing 10Base-T/BNC port.

Simple to operate, the DP-100 is compatible with all major networks. It's lightweight and fits in the palm of your hand. ... Read more

Features

  • Simultaneous connection to as many as 3 printers
  • Has 2 high-speed parallel ports, and 1 serial port
  • Easy configuration through Windows, Telnet
  • Supports up to 36 Novell NetWare file servers
  • Palm size, light weight

177. D-Link DI-711 Broadband 802.11B Wireless Router
list price: $369.99
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Asin: B00005KK2L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 17748
Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DI-711 is a broadband IEEE 802.11b-compliant wireless gateway. The DI-711 provides two or more computers with the ability to share a DSL or cable modem through either its single local Ethernet port or its integrated wireless IEEE 802.11b component. The DI-711's integrated router and firewall provide NAT, DHCP, and packet-filtering services between the local network and the Internet.

D-Link's DI-711 allows several computers on a wireless LAN to share a single Internet connection while it provides the safety and security of port blocking, packet filtering, and a natural firewall. Static address support, integrated DHCP, PPPoE, and device name support will allow it to connect to nearly any broadband provider, whether Ethernet cable or DSL-based, while simplifying settings for the local area network.

The DI-711 provides two levels of security support. First, it masks local users' IP addresses from others on the Internet, making it much more difficult for a hacker to target a machine on your network. Second, the DI-711 blocks outgoing ports unless required by applications specified in Virtual Server settings.

The DI-711 provides special pass-through support for common VPN implementations, including PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol), L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol), and IPSec*. The Virtual Server feature allows the user to expose HTTP, FTP, game servers, and other local services to Internet users located outside of the LAN. A DMZ setting can be applied to a single client behind the DI-711 to expose it to the Internet and ensure complete Internet application compatibility even if specific ports are not known.

Unlike a proxy server or NAT software that requires the software server to remain visible on the Internet, no local computers are externally visible when using the DI-711. Also the DI-711, like broadband, is always on, removing the need to constantly boot a software server when access is desired from a client.

The integrated DHCP feature allows up to 252 users to get their IP addresses automatically each time a computer boots up the DI-711. With this feature, computers do not require additional software when connected to receive an IP address and instantly connect to the local network.

* The router passes PPTP, L2TP, and IPSec packets. VPN compatibility is dependent on the platform used.

... Read more

Features

  • Wireless connectivity up to 100 meters
  • Share an Internet connection
  • Web-based management
  • Advanced security features
  • Acts as a firewall for added security

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works fine
Using it with Comcast cable modem and two computers about 500 feet and 1 floor apart. Works quite reliably, it auto detects the IP and does eveything transparently. My only gripe is D-Link's support seems to be run by underqualified technicians that just give you the run around. Good thing it works fine already, so it's not much of an issue to me.

2-0 out of 5 stars P.I.T.A to get working, Poor Tech Support
It took me 3+ days to get this thing to work with my notebook. Cannot get it to work with my desktop. Tech support was no help at all. They just had me retrying things I already did. If your not a networking wizard do not buy this router. Newer models don't need the manual setup of this one.

1-0 out of 5 stars Never again D-Link
I purchased this over a year ago. After constant frustration with lock-ups and reboots, I went and bought the MS access point (which worked flawlessly right out of the box) and threw this one to the IT guys at work. They couldn't get it to work for more than 15 minutes at a stretch either. Then I found a posting about a firmware upgrade on dslreports.com. It was produced, presumably, by the OEM (Gemtek) for the device (see their website). I flashed and it works now, its been up for three days! Shame on D-Link for not providing working firmware; I can't begin to calculate all of the time I wasted with that thing thinking it was something with my network. Though it appears to finally be working, I will never do business with D-Link again.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad choice
worked more or less ok, with one major drawback: built-in "firewall" which could not be deactivated did too much protecting me, filling up "intruder list" with packets sent and received by ICQ. After some number of such packets device locks up, and you have to reboot it manually. This is not a "BUG", this is a "FEATURE", it is even in the manual - they say it's for our protection.
Do not buy it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great product for the price
I have been using this product for a week now and I love it. It works great and has great range and WEP works flawlessly. It took a mere 5 minutes to get setup and running and now I can connect to the Internet anywhere in the house on my laptop. I even went outside and across the street and things still worked good. I have only had minor problems of things not working briefly or getting disconnected for a second, but I figure this is common among all wireless networks. It is nothing major. ... Read more


178. D-Link Enet/Fast Enet ISDN Router Ip/Ipx 1RJ45 U Interface 1RJ45 Nway
list price: $449.00
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Asin: B00004Z9D2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 67002
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179. D-Link Kit 19IN Rm For D-Link Office Products
list price: $40.00
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Asin: B00004Z6PE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
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180. D-Link Transceiver 10MBs Aui St Fiber .
list price: $295.00
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Asin: B00004Z89V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
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