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18-Mar-2015 05:34

Only down side is the current price tag which should drop down soon as it starts filtering into every common retail change. Plus it's capabilities seem quite good with just about everything.I realy dont want it running 24/7 I just wonder what setting am I suposed to select to make it go into a sleep mode. Salesman was going to offer it for 0 with the D-Link DCS932L Day/Night Network Camera (Home Security) included. Plus should get more feedback from users who've started using it.

However not knowing anything about recent modems I wanted to do some research. Will the wireless range be good enough for a single story 4 bedroom house? It gave me an extra 300Kbps over my old Dynalink – I only get 7424Kbps max. I managed to connect once to adsl2+ (never ever been able to do this before) and I got over 9000Kbps, but once I disconnected, i could not reconnect so will stick with for a while Local wireless is very fast at 2.4G and 5G and the range very good.Choosing root only gave me dlna streaming from 1 hard drive, even though i can see both on the network and copy to and from them. Also, when you choose to use a usb 3.0 hdrive, a warning from D-link appears stating that your 2.4G wireless may be affected if you choose USB 3.0. I am curious as to whether you can help me further with my discussion here:- /forum-replies.cfm?Regards The DSL-2890AL is a new unit and thus there is very little feedback on it. I have a desktop PC 20 metres away connected to 1 ethernet port and I have a TP-Link 8 port switch on a 2nd ethernet port.It is extremely unlikely this unit would be better than ASUS' offerings. Running off the switch are 4 devices – my HTPC (intel NUC), my Panasonic Led and 2 dual network tuners (hdhomeunr/kaiser baas).

MY current modem I have had for over 10 years DSL 504. I want to hook up mobiles (2), PS3, and blu-ray hhd recorder, and 2 pc's up to the modem. (if I have the modem set up at one end of the house)? I have no dead spots in my house and can use it down the street as well.

I want NBN connectivity too, but probably not get nbn for another 4 years. I couldn't get it to connect to my PVR, but after a day of trying everything, I rebooted the PVR and it connected to the network. Wife has her laptop and mobile on 2.4G and I use 5G with my mobile.