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Old 08-11-2012, 12:06 AM
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Default Anyone had experience with a Belkin N1 vision before ?

Went on a callout to a customers house tonight and this belkin was doing 2 weird things.
1 - worked flawlessy with one wireless client, but fell over and had problems once more than one wireless client connected, all the while I was there I had plugged in via ethernet and my connection remained stable and connected.

2 - was changing the DNS setting on the wireless connection (in IPV4 connection settings)

I changed this at least twice and it came back again, but only on the one machine.

In the end I replaced the router with another and this resolved both issues.

The Belkin looked like quite a nice bit of kit though with a digital display on the front allowing you to changed some settings, although the router options were very basic once you accessed it via the web interface, just a shame it couldnt do its job properly

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Old 08-11-2012, 04:21 AM
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We tried one out for a high-end client and had a lot of problems with stability, range, and configuration -

Went back to a basic linksys after fighting it a bit.

We typically use ubiquiti now for a high-end router, they make a nice router OS

all-in-all - I think they put more energy in the display than anywhere else on that thing..

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