Summary: Not a lot of words to say on this. I've had this unit for 3 months now. It installed easily and has worked perfectly since the day I installed it. I'm able to go anywhere in my house and get a decent signal (unit is installed on 2nd floor and I get good signal on patio or in the basement.
Summary: A great product for novices and advanced users! Make sure you read the manual carefully before diving in (I know, I know, you just want to dive in!) but it will save you a lot of time in the long run.
Summary: I rec'd this yesterday and aside from trying to connect with my PC card upside down, it was a breeze to get up and running. The directions aren't inclusive of obstacles you may have, especially in assigning an IP address to your computer.
Summary: I know next to nothing about computers. The set-up was simple. I had a problem because my Verizon DSL provider uses a WinPoet dialer, but called D-Link tech support, got right through, and the guy walked me through the fix - and with the router, no dialer needed!
Summary: I purchased this product in combination with the wireless card DWL-650. The setup and install was fairly easy and I am running a hardwired iMac running OSX on the network as well as an XP laptop using the DWL-650, very easy to install. I have a 900sqft. apt and i get good range anyware i go indoors.
Easy as Pie to Set-Up and Signal Throughout Entire Home
William Catz, Amazon
21 September 2002
Summary: This Router is a blessing in disguise. Once I upgraded to the latest Firmware, like everyone suggests, I was up and running in no time. I have a DWL-650 in my laptop and it worked out of the box with this router.
Summary: I purchased this product to share my cable modem Internet connection at home with a Desktop (purchased D-Link DWL-500 11Mb Wireless LAN PCI Network Card) and Laptop PC (purchased D-Link DWL-650 11Mb Wireless PCMCIA LAN Network Card 802.11b). 1) Went to the website...
Summary: I had broadband access at a satellite office between my desk and the main office. We decided to use an instant messenger service on all PCs to allow our employees to get messages to one another without having to tie up the phones (and in our case, to avoid long distance, interstate calls).
Summary: We have a three computer network that (one laptop, two desktops) that shared our DSL connection (through Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing) and a HP Inkjet printer attached to one of the desktops. This was cumbersome, requiring one of our computers to be on all the time.