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D-Link DSL-320B ADSL2+ Ethernet Modem - UK

by D-Link

Price: £16.08 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Works with all major ISPs: built-in extensive European ISP database
  • Web site filtering for parental control
  • Modern black/silver style housing
  • Quality of Service (QoS) for traffic prioritisation
  • Up and running in minutes with D-Link DCC wizard
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D-Link DSL-320B ADSL2+ Ethernet Modem - UK + Asus RT-N66U - 900Mbps Dual Band Wireless N Router, Gigabit LAN/WAN, 2x USB, Print FTP UPnP VPN Server, IPv6, 8x SSID, Wireless 3D HD content streaming, 3 Year Warranty + TP-Link TD-8817 ADSL2+ Ethernet/USB Modem Router for Phone Line Connections
Price For All Three: £134.52

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BrandD-Link
Item Weight499 g
Product Dimensions22.6 x 15 x 8.2 cm
Item model numberDSL-320B/UK
  
Additional Information
ASINB0015RRIKM
Best Sellers Rank 1,699 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight839 g
Date First Available11 Mar 2008
  
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Stephen Guy on 26 Mar 2014
Mainly reviewing this to redress the balance. There are so many inaccurate negative reviews!

This is an ADSL2+ Modem. It DOES contain a router, but it can (and usually should) be turned off. Most unsuccessful attempts to bridge this unit to a separate router stem from a misunderstanding about how this works.

I use it with an Airport Extreme 5th Generation and it works perfectly.

Proceed as follows:

Connect laptop to DSL-320B with supplied ethernet cable. Access web interface of DSL-320B and follow the wizard to input settings for your ISP. Confirm that you can now access internet. Now change operating mode to Bridging. There are two types, most UK ISPs use VC-MUX, but check with yours. Next step is very important! Go to LAN settings and DISABLE the inbuilt DHCP server. When you do this, you will lose connection with the DSL-320B. This is expected! Now, connect the ethernet cable to the WAN point on your router. On an Apple router, this is the port with the circular symbol next to it. On the Airport Utility, select PPPoE mode and input your ISP username and password. Airport light goes green - bingo!

Note that when using as a bridge you can no longer access the inbuilt configuration utility - but if you've set it up correctly you won't need to. Should you need to start again (perhaps because you changed ISP) you can factory reset by holding in reset button for 20 seconds. This will also switch the inbuilt DHCP server back on so that you can easily configure it again.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Peter Campbell on 19 Nov 2011
I do not normally post but I cannot believe the low rating on this product, nor some of the incorrect comments made by some of the posters, who I believe do not really understand what they need to do to get up and running. I saw the low rating before purchasing but I had also seen that PCPro had used this modem when testing the E4200 router, which I also bought. If it is good enough for them then it is good enough for me!

To the poster who had troubles connecting to a E4200 and was advised that the D-link was a router - I suggest you change your advisors who clearly have no idea.
This is a modem, not a router nor a combined modem/router which you normally get from your ISP. It does PPoA to PPoE conversion

It is great!
It comes with everything you need, including 2 filters
It took 10 mins to setup and has run non stop for 4 days and runs at lukewarm temp.

All you need to do is to run the software setup that comes on the CD and then if you are using a router, go in over the web to 192.168.1.1 and change the connectivity mode to Bridged -VC-mux(or LLC) and then connect the router to the modem. On the E4200 router set the connectivity to PPoE.

My ISP is BT and the modem is attached to my E4200 router and then on to various laptops, my home cinema system, PS3 over an Ethernet connection, a Pure internet radio and some iTouches and Android phones - all of which are working nicely.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bruce on 23 Dec 2010
An excellent modem, works with PPPoA perfectly fine contrary to previous reviews.
A little tricky to set up with Linux (from CLI) but a breeze when setup with Windows with the guide. Just follow the guide and make sure that you set your network card on you computer to DHCP unless you have static IP address from the ISP.

For the record it is not the modem pictured but the specification stated are correct.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S on 18 April 2013
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Spurred on by the poor rating of this product, I thought I'd add comment on my experience.

Having opted to put in a gigabit network, and consequently not use the O2 Supplied modem/router, I used the dlink combination DSL-320B & DIR 655 for improved security and network speed. Expecting the inevitable difficulty of using non-standard equipment on an Apple based network, I did find that the detailed knowledge within O2 was limited to a few of the more tech savvy individuals willing to go off-script. Having said all that, having transposed the connection settings from the O2 modem, the dlink was up and running in less than 30min. This runs an extensive wired gigabit network with connections in every room - TV, DVD etc and extended wireless via Apple Airport Express.

3 years on and the modem/router have performed brilliantly and continues to do so.

Update following O2 broadband upgrade for 'local exchange resilience'

Opted to test the new upgraded setup with the O2 box to ensure connectivity - Thompson DSL modem / router proved to have out of date firmware and not able to connect, so new modem sent by O2 and it connected without any problems. The Dlink was another matter, this time I was unable to find help from O2 so tried various settings and having read that putting another modem onto their system took up to 4 hours to connect I set about finding the correct config - again O2 less than helpful as it was not standard, consequently not supported and the training seems not to extend to understanding what each setting is or does.

In the end, having opted for a bridge configuration as O2 supply even static IP addresses via the dynamic IP setting.
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