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1. D-Link DWL-G800AP Wireless 802.11g
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2. D-Link 16PORT 10/100/1000 GBIT
$86.99 $69.99 list()
3. D-Link DP-311P Wireless 802.11b
$51.99 $51.85 list()
4. D-Link DFB-H7 4-Port USB 2.0 3-Port
$69.99 $22.99 list($89.99)
5. D-Link DFB-A5 3-Port Firewire
6. D-Link DE-805TP 10Mbps Ethernet
7. D-Link Hub9Port 10MBs8RJ45 1BNC
8. D-Link DSH-16 10/100 Dual Speed
9. D-Link DSH-5 10/100 Dual Speed
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10. D-Link USB 4 Port Multifunction

1. D-Link DWL-G800AP Wireless 802.11g Range Extender
list price: $99.99
our price: $74.09
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Asin: B0000CEPA5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 2864
Average Customer Review: 2.44 out of 5 stars
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  • Up to 54Mbps
  • 2 Operation modes: Access Point & Repeater
  • 802.11b compatible when used as an Access Point
  • Security Features include WPA and 128-bit WEP encryption

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible product
I tried to use this as an extender for a D-Link 624 router. It works fine for around a half hour, then loses the connection to the router, disabling the internet connection of all computers on the wireless network. Repeated hard resets and rerunning of the setup utility are required to get it to work for another half hour before it dies again. Updating the firmware had no effect, and I don't have time to mess with tech support, so I returned it to Amazon. Instead, I bought a Hawking HAI15S directional antenna for my D-Link router, which improved my signal significantly, obviating the need for this range extender. It's also much cheaper.

1-0 out of 5 stars What More Can I Do For D-Link
At this point, about 5 days after receiving the range extender, I have spent more time on the phone with tech support than I have with my family. And it still doesn't work. The config is easy, but it still doesn't work. Power up, power down, reset. And it still doesn't work. The first level techs say they don't understand (with an accent). The second level can never be found. The third level only works M-F 9-5. Well, so do I, and I can't dedicate my entire life to making myself available at D-Link's convenience so that I can make their product work.

If they hadn't sucked the life out of me, it would have been funny. But my 624 router performance is fine if you are within 20 feet and no obstructions. As the D-link tech told me, "well, are there walls in your house?" Yes, I have one of those funny houses with walls. D-Link never figured on that. What a total, unmitigated disaster this piece of useless junk is. And I want D-Link to give me back the hours of my life lost to making its junk work.

Added 6/29/04: D-link tech finally tells me that this repeater is defective (duh). But their RMA mechanism is worse than their wares. It's a 32 step procedure that ends up costing even more money even though you've already paid for their defective equipment. If you should happen to be interrupted in the middle, you can't finish. The qualifications are ridiculous. And, as I've now found out, the defect rate on repeaters is extraordinarily high. Don't expect to get one that works on the first 3 tries.

3-0 out of 5 stars Works well, however...
After three hours and getting to the second level of Tech-Support, we were able to get this extender to work. It works very well and, really, there is NO OTHER option if you need to expand your wireless network.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Good Wireless Repeater
The DWL-800AP+ isn't officially supported by D-Link for repeating other brands of wireless access points. It's best to use this with D-Link APs only. I've heard of some working, but it's pretty random.

I use the DWL-G800AP as a wireless repeater repeating the signal of my DI-624 (wireless router). This repeats the 54Mbps 802.11g speeds and I find it very easy to use.
You don't need this repeater to be plugged into the network via wired connection for it to work, but you will need to when you are configuring it to work with your WLAN. Basically you plug it in, configure it, and unplug and set it in the optimum place for best repeating of the signal.
I hide mine behind a picture frame on the mantle and it works great and isn't seen.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Wireless Repeater for the DI-624 Wireless Router Only
After purchasing a DI-624 and having that one raouter cover so much ground (air?) with a wireless signal I wanted to cover the rest of my expansive house with wireless internet coverage. This little box is just what I needed. First you plug this box into one of the router's open LAN ports, then access it via web browser and configure it (about 2 mins) to work with your wireless network.

This box will see the DI-624 and you just need to set it in wireless repeater mode. Then go put the little box at about the edge of where you get no more signal from the DI-624. I used my laptop for this. If the 624 reached out say 100 feet from it's base with wireless signal I set this little repeater at about the 75 foot mark to make sure it got a strong enough signal yet still add adequate coverage for the rest of my home.

It's simple enough and it works reliably. After setting up as a repeater you don't need to worry about it anymore. ... Read more

2. D-Link 16PORT 10/100/1000 GBIT SWITCH ( DGS-1016D )

our price: $285.99
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Asin: B0002TPFZO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 13340
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3. D-Link DP-311P Wireless 802.11b 2.4GHz Print Server

our price: $86.99
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Asin: B0000A0VBM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 9068
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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  • Easy Web-Based set-up & Configuration
  • Compact size for easy placement
  • 802.11 standard compliant
  • 1 parallel printer port to share a legacy printer on your network

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well once configured
Now that the DP311-P is configured to work with my Linksys AP my entire family thinks wireless printing is almost better than wireless access. The product is working with an old NEC 860 laser and two laptops - one XP Home and one Windows 2000. One has Linksys card the other Orinoco. The real issue is that the documentation to work with a non D-Link Access Point is terrible. I have to believe that if D-Link did decent documentation their support costs would fall dramatically.

Played with this for 2 hours, got it to print in config mode but never in normal mode. Used both laptops. Linksys card makes set-up virtually impossible as provides no info on what network you are on. Finally called D-Link; on hold for 2 minutes, technician solved network issue in about 4 minutes - was not on Linksys AP's IP address. Worked with XP perfectly. Tried to print with w2000. Kept printing same document over and over. Called D-Link after numerous permutations of setting up printer config. No help. Kept at it. Turns out W2k wants you to use the D-LINK printer settings that do not exist in XP for printer set-up. Seems logical but nowhere is this mentioned in D-Link documentation. In fact they have no W2k documentation.

Summary - product A+, tech support B, Documentation F

1-0 out of 5 stars Not as easy as it looks!
After installing the antenna and connecting the power I was thrown into the abyss known as "tech support." After the first call waiting time of 15 minutes, and a support tech that ignored the printed directions that came with the product, it seemed that I was out of the woods. It appeared that both the printer and PC were talking. Unfortunately the tech was not permitted to stay on the line while I tested the printer and after rebooting my system I was plummetted back into the abyss. This time it was a 30 minute wait to speak to a "trained" professional. This time all of my current network settings were reset and I was left unable to either print or connect to the internet on my current wireless network. Next stop - "Level 2" support! This call included a 1 hour wait and even less help than the Level 1 tech support was able to provide. It seems that the 2nd tech's solution left the DP311P permanently disabled and requiring reconfiguration at the factory. The supervisor that I spoke to wouldn't even provide a mailing address so I could write a letter to customer service! What did I get for my 4 hours of time? A trip back to Best-Buy and a refund receipt!

5-0 out of 5 stars just ignore the instructions
If you ignore the instructions for seting up the print server, setup is a snap. just turn off your printer, hook up the device in normal mode, power the device, power the printer. then follow the quick setup guide for your individual computer settings and it works in 10 min. flat.

5-0 out of 5 stars Print server - that works! (With OS X as well!)
While it wasn't the eaisiest thing to install (requires some computer smarts) D-Link did something that LinkSys could not: make a wireless print server that works as advertised.

One word of advise for mac users: to use this printer, open print center, and use IP printing. Be sure to pick your correct printer model, or something close. If you don't, you'll have a pile of jibberish printed.

Overall, very nice device. It feels magical when you see your printer printing not near a computer, and in your kitchen! You can place the printer anywhere in the house.

If you want a print server, and are willing to put up with the hassles, this is the one to get... but be sure you have at least one computer whiz in your family.

5-0 out of 5 stars My Printer is FREE!
Free from cables my Printer is. Setting this up was a little trickey/different than what I expected, but was easily figured out when I followed the instructions. The setup was over in about 10 minutes and I was able to print the first time we tried. Setting up new computers was also laid out step-by-step by the instructions so you don't do anything wrong.

Very straight forward and well documented. Thanks to D-Link. ... Read more

4. D-Link DFB-H7 4-Port USB 2.0 3-Port Firewire Hub

our price: $51.99
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Asin: B0000C4M1D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 2173
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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  • Blazing Fast Peripheral Connectivity
  • Four USB 2.0 Ports at up to 480Mbps
  • Three Firewire Ports at up to 400Mbps
  • Plug-N-Play

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars 0 Stars - WARNING !!! DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT
After 2 months, the firewire component of this product short-circuited and fried all connected firewire components including the firewire port on my CPU motherboard. D-link will not accept liability for any damage caused by this malfunction. This hub acted as a conduit for $2500 damage to my computer system. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, but it is a 6 port hub
As previously stated the DFB-H7 hub really only adds three additional USB 2.0 ports and 1 additional firewire port. But the hub is perfect if you want your ports closer to you while working. I have my desktop PC under the desk and the hub on top of the desk and it works perfect. I like the DFB-H7 much better than the GE USB 2.0 hub, which is much more compact and will now be used with my laptop. As the packaging says the DFB-H7 is for desktop use.

3-0 out of 5 stars Only 2 additional Firewire ports when using with a computer!
Having a Mac, I want to be able to expand the number of USB & Firewire devices and this seemed like a great choice, 4 USB, 3 Firewire. Perfect. Well not quite. You only get a *total* for 3 Firewire ports, including the one you'd have to hook up to a computer. For USB though, you get 4 USB ports, and one additional port to hook up to the computer. Sure, you don't have to have Firewire connected to a computer, unlike USB, but what would be the point of buying a hub with both USB and Firewire if you weren't going to hook it up to a computer for both things? Just be aware of that if you buy this product. -1 star for misleading product naming, and -1 star for not actually providing 4 total Firewire ports. ... Read more

5. D-Link DFB-A5 3-Port Firewire + 2-Port USB 2.0
list price: $89.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00006SKKH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 23226
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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  • Two High-Speed 480Mbps USB 2.0 Ports
  • Three 400Mbps Firewire Ports
  • Backward compatible with USB 1.1 & 1.0
  • Plug and Play

Reviews (1)

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

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


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

Reviews (3)

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

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

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

7. D-Link Hub9Port 10MBs8RJ45 1BNC .
list price: $89.00
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Asin: B00004Z702
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 53402
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8. D-Link DSH-16 10/100 Dual Speed 16 Port Hub with Auto-Sensing Nway
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00004SYO0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 35659
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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D-Link's DSH-16 is a 10/100 Mbps hub that gives small companies and departments the ability to connect to the Internet with a single ISP (Internet service provider) account. It also enables file and printer sharing among the users. Featuring 16 dual-speed RJ-45 ports, the D-Link DSH-16 gives users a smooth way to connect to either Ethernet or Fast Ethernet nodes. The ports are auto sensing, meaning they automatically adjust to either connection rate. Users can interface with one another without requiring an additional switch device. Diagnostic LED meters let you effectively monitor network performance and workload. D-Link provides all the necessary cables and offers a lifetime warranty for this product. ... Read more


  • Ethernet/Fast Ethernet hub for file sharing and Internet access
  • 16 dual-speed RJ-45 ports
  • Auto-sensing ports
  • LED display provides network performance rates
  • Lifetime warranty

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Swithed Hub
This is a very reliable hub with features only found in more expensive products. It uses a standard computer (3 prong) connection. No need for a special transformer and fits nicely in a rack.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good for Small Business
This product is very affordable to small-to-medium size business as the performance/price is comparable to other switch hub. Strongly recommend to give it a try :) ... Read more

9. 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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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


  • 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

10. D-Link USB 4 Port Multifunction Hub with 2PS/2 For Mouse and Keyboard
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004Z7NM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 49483
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works as stated, and I wouldn't go back if you dared me
This little gadget it great. My computer resides a little further away from my desktop and monitor than most peoples so the USB and PS/2 ports are a little far away and the mouse cord has limited slack. I bought this and everything works as planned. I installed the drivers, plugged it in after a reboot and off I go. My PC is considerably loud with all the fans I have in it, and I don't like to work in a noisy area. So with this I can keep my computer closed up and still be far enough away to not let the noise get to me.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away From This Product!!!!!!!
Model for this product is DSB-H4SMK, it has 4 usb port, 1 ps2 keyboard, 1 ps2 mouse & 1 serial port. I bought this product because I was hoping to free up irqs and not buying more products, boy was this a big mistake. I connected the device to my computer then turned it on, it took 15 to 20 min to boot up. Ok so it takes a while to boot. Then After booting I notice my the software for my UPS was really slow....the integrated serial port was slow, slower then the board serial port. Third no other driver but win98 no winnt, me, 2000. You would think that it should be compatible w/ ME, think not I got that blue screen drivers not compatible. Or win2000 upgrade....same thing.... So I say stay away from this product, better yet stay away from this Brand. Further more I called dlink techsupport and they put me on hold for 20 min. I told them my problem and they said we cant do anything this type of product. I could have told them that, so I told them if you cant do anything why sell a defective product. And then I added maybe this company is defective. So they hung up on me. Well I guess I cant expect a defective company to have good service!!!!!!!!! Hope this review helps. ... Read more

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