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Topic # 79879 23-Mar-2011 21:36
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Near new, cause installed once but realized the service provider is using another system which the router does not have....so anyways, great for those who want to get rid of holes and lines running on the ceiling and floors ;) Selling for $100!





UPGRADE YOUR NETWORK
The D-Link Wireless N 300 Router (DIR-615) provides a better wireless signal for your network than previous-generation Wireless G technology. Upgrading your home network to Wireless N 300 provides an excellent solution for sharing an Internet connection and files such as video, music, photos, and documents. D-Link Wireless N 300 products use Intelligent Antenna technology to transmit multiple streams of data which enables you to receive wireless signals in the farthest corners of your home. Not only does the D-Link Wireless N 300 technology extend your wireless range, it also works with previous-generation wireless devices. The DIR-615 also includes QoS (Quality of Service) Prioritization Technology that analyzes and separates multiple data streams based on sensitivity to delay, enabling multiple applications to stream smoothly across your network**.

EASY TO SET UP
The D-Link Quick Router Setup Wizard quickly configures your new Wireless N 300 Router to get you up and running in minutes. Our Setup Wizard walks you step by step through the installation process to configure your Internet connection, wireless network settings and security, and everything else you need to get your network up and running so that you don't have to be a networking expert to get it set up.

EASY TO SECURE
The DIR-615 supports the latest wireless security features to help prevent unauthorized access, be it from over a wireless network or from the Internet. Support for WPA™ and WPA2™ standards ensure that you will be able to use the best possible encryption, regardless of your client devices. In addition, the Wireless N 300 Router utilizes dual active firewalls (SPI and NAT) to prevent potential attacks from across the Internet.

Delivering great wireless performance, network security and coverage, the D-Link Wireless N 300 Router (DIR-615) is ideal for upgrading your existing wireless home network.

WHAT THIS PRODUCT DOES
Create a wireless network to share high-speed Internet access with computers, game consoles, and media players from greater distances around your home.

BENEFITS OF A WIRELESS N 300 ROUTER
This Wireless N 300 Router uses powerful 802.11n technology with multiple intelligent antennas to maximize the speed and range of your wireless signal to significantly outperform previous-generation Wireless G MIMO devices*. The antennas on the Wireless N 300 Router make use of your home's environment by bouncing multiple wireless signals off walls and ceilings to work around obstructions and help eliminate dead spots.

Please check if your service provider supports this router!

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  Reply # 452392 27-Mar-2011 13:53
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Hi Tyler, which version is it C2 or E4, also curious as to what it does not support for your ISP, who is the ISP.

Cyril



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  Reply # 452448 27-Mar-2011 16:20
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Hi, i'm sorry to say that i've already sold it on trademe ! But the ver. was B2 and my ISP is slingshot, they require ethernet over pppoE but the router only supported pppoA

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 452453 27-Mar-2011 16:42
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Hi, thats odd, there is no way that router could ever do PPPoA as that requires a ATM stack that only DSL modem have, it does however support PPPoE installed quite a number doing that, anyway cheers

Cyril



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  Reply # 452465 27-Mar-2011 17:14
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Your right, haha i got them mixed up, it doesn't support pppoA but pppoE cheers

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