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Duronic IR815 Wireless-N Wifi Repeater Access point Amplifier / Wifi range extender 802.11n/b/g - More range for your network
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- The WiFi Repeater extends the range of your WLAN network easily. Wireless Transfer Rates: 11/54/150/270/300Mbps. Wireless Standards: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
- Access to the Internet for computers located on the edge or outside oft the range of your access point.
- The connection to a media receiver you can use to receive television over the internet
- Supports Wireless Repeater Mode and Standard AP Mode
- dimensions (L x W x H): 110x60x50 mm weight: 110g
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Improves wireless coverage in all WLAN networksWLAN 802.11n(Draft 2.0) for wireless high-speed accessDownward compatible with 802.11g(54Mbit/s) and 802.11b standard(11Mbit/s)Support 2.4GHz WLAN networksMaximum WLAN security with WPA2, WPA and WEP(128/64)Software wizard for simple setupAntennas integrated
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I eventually chose (A), to configure the Wi-Fi Repeater with RJ45 cable. Points to note:
1) In A2, 'View Network Status and Tasks' is not found in Windows XP, but in Windows 7. Initially, I tried to configure the repeater using my XP laptop but it wouldn't display 'Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4). I mistakenly made the changes suggested in A3 in Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). The result was that my XP laptop would no longer connect wirelessly. I had to reset my TCP/IP settings.
2) I decided to reconfigure the repeater using another of our laptops which is Windows 7. The instructions more closely match Windows 7 and the repeater was set up correctly.
3) The repeater picks up the signal from my wireless router and forms another network in the house. It is now called Wifi Repeater and this is the one you connect to in areas where previously signals were poor.
But once it is set up, the repeater sends full signal in parts of the house where signal strength was poor.
Set up instructions provided are not that great, I run a website company so could fill in some of the blanks, people less comfortable with computers may struggle. Of most concern there are no instructions about making the connection secure, this can be done but you have to work it out for yourself. Also, there doesn't appear to be a current website to obtain firmware updates.
That aside it does exactly what I wanted it to do, I now have 135Mbps in areas distant from my main router where before I was lucky to get 5Mbps. Probably would have given it a full 5 stars had the instructions been more comprehensive or if there had been a website for more information.
The unit runs on a different set of IP addresses than the ones used by my WiFi network and I believe this is why it does not work.
Perhaps someone who has managed to get the device to work and is on Virgin might disagree but I think that my issues are due to the fact that I am a Virgin Customer (who use the IP range 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.0.255).
Some customers have no problems and this might be because they use ISPs which use the same IP address ranges as the device (I know AOL use 192.168.10.0 to 192.168.10.255 - same as the device).
What have other buyers found - am I correct?
I FOUND THE SET UP VERY CONFUSING,WITH THE BOOKLET USING XP SET UP AND I HAVE 7,BUT A FRIEND HAS HELPED OUT AND ITS FINALLY UP AND RUNNING.
IT TOOK A FEW HOURS TO DO,AND WAS HELPED BY A REVIEWER WHO LEFT SOME HELPFUL TIPS.
I AM USING THIS CONNECTED TO THE LATEST SKY HUB, SO THAT I CAN GET FULL SIGNAL IN THE BEDROOM AT THE FAR END OF THE HOUSE,AND NOW I DO.BUT I CAN NOT ALWAYS GET LOGGED IN EASILY?
I HAVE TRIED TO RECONNECT AGAIN AND IT DOES NOT LET ME LOG ON,IT IS VERY FRUSTRATING!I HAVE NOW REDUCED STAR RATING ACCORDINGLY.
Set up was incredibly easy (using supplied ethernet cable with a laptop). Took about 2 minutes from out of the box to working 100%.
I have a Netgear DG834G router using WPA encryption. The wizard asked me for the WPA key, and that was it. Job done.
I've only had it one day, but unless it breaks in the near future this product is 11 out of 10.
*Edit* - I've changed my rating from 5 stars to 3 stars, as when I got new broadband from Three (Huawei E5220 MiFi) - it refuses to give me more than 4 Mbps (or thereabouts) when connected to it, even though I can get more like 11Mbps when connected directly to the Mifi unit from my laptop (same thing happens when connected with an ethernet cable from my PC to the LAN port). I tried mucking about with settings on this unit and the mifi for ages but to no avail...
the strength of the output is disappointing. it broadcasts through wood only, but I only get 1 bar two rooms away. only one bar more than direct from router which is twice as far away and through 2 layers of cavity wall brick.
Overall disappointed with the device, but for the price it is not with hassle of return and replacement.
Looks shiny in the kitchen, but the antenna is not powerful enough for intended usage.
I would advise you to spend more money on a better device. this one is a waste. I suspect it would be useless in a stone built house. it is next to useless in our mixed brick and wood frame house.
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Instructions are rubbish.