D-Link DIR-632 - Router (10, 100 Mbit/s, 10/100Base-T(X), 802.11g, 802.11n, Ethernet (RJ-45), IEEE 802.3, WPA, WPA2) Negro
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Descripción del producto
Administación basada en web: Si
Algoritmos de seguridad soportados: WPA, WPA2
Altura de la caja: 20,58 cm
Ancho de la caja: 27,69 cm
Bidireccional completo (Full duplex): Si
Color del producto: Negro
Conexión WAN: Ethernet (RJ-45)
DSL conexión: No
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 230 x 150 x 33 mm
Estándares de red: IEEE 802.3
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 8
Ethernet LAN, velocidad de transferencia de datos: 10, 100 Mbit/s
Indicadores LED: Si
LED de energía: Si
LEDs de conectividad: Y
MAC, filtro de direcciones: Si
Peso del paquete: 907,2g
Profundidad de la caja: 6,6 cm
Tecnología de cableado: 10/100Base-T(X)
Wi-Fi estándars: 802.11g, 802.11n
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2/28/2015 updated review: I'm sending the router back and I had to pay $29 shipping (which sucks). The router keeps reverting to open authentication for the wireless. When I press the reset button, it reverts back to Russian language. It has a European power adapter with a US adapter. When you put them together, the connection is loose and so heavy that you have to prop the whole power adapter against another surface to make sure it stays plugged in. I don't understand why it keeps reverting to the open wireless but we can't have that happening on our business network. I bought this router because I needed something with 8 ports and the options are very limited.
With 8 wired ports, there aren't many (if any) routers at this price level that have that. Plus the USB port to add a NAS drive or printer.
The stock firmware is utter garbage. Look through the rest of the reviews for all the reports of dropped wireless connections and random resets. I can't recall how feature rich the stock firmware is, since I didn't leave it in the router long enough to check it all out.
After I flashed it with DD-WRT, there is no router I'm aware of that would give you this combination of hardware and features at this price point. Yes, you have to know a little bit what you're doing, or at least be prepared to do some reading and learning. And then you'd have to know enough about routers to set up the advanced DD-WRT features. But, it's a powerful beast with DD-WRT installed and properly configured.
So, if you're looking at this as a stock router with the factory firmware, ignore my rating -- it should be one star at best. But if you're willing to flash it with DD-WRT, it's a five star winner!
You can not set up the USB device as a normal network share, instead you have to install D-Link's own proprietary software called Shareport on all computers that you want to have access to this device. This software allows you to connect to the shared storage device connected to your router. When you are connected, your computer behaves as if the device is directly connected to your computer via a USB. The problem is that when someone else on another computer wants to connect to the device, they can't until the other person disconnects the device. The software will send a request to user currently connected to the device to disconnect (and hopefully s/he is there to get the message). This seems needlessly cumbersome, and really defeats the purpose of having the USB port in back of the router. I may as well just physically move the device from computer to computer!
Fortunately if you install DD-WRT, you can actually have a fully-functional NAS device. DD-WRT is a third-party open source firmware replacement that works with a variety of different routers, and with this particular router, it is very easy to install.
Well, Last night I was sitting here chatting with a friend when my connection just quit. I did the usual steps (power cycle the modem and router) and nothing. I bypassed the router and connected my desktop PC directly to my modem and was able to connect. I did a full system reset on the router and tried again. Nothing. I noticed that all the wired devices connected to the router were still able to communicate with each other but no internet connection and no wireless signal.
I would not recommend this router.