D-Link DIR-120

D-Link DIR-120

  • Release year: 2007
  • Communication mode: Half-Duplex, Full-Duplex
  • Standards followed: IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3x, IEEE 802.3i
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2.6 of 5 stars

Based on 6 reviews

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07/09/2009
Have so long I had D-link had problems with internet went down after the computer has been on for a few hours. Have also had recurring problems opening ports. After years of messing around I finally took hold of the problem and bought a new router (Linksys). Now all the problems a thing of the past. Everything works and no pesky hassles and problems. Can not recommend this router. Get a pair plus for good interface and good wizard.

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14/01/2009
Very good router. it never loses contact (be it wired router do it?) But above all, the Segar not down the connection, and it can handle a lot of traffic. You do not mess with complicated settings to get it to work. it is also very stylish.

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04/09/2008
Bought this to have as a print server and it works great considering the price. It took me 2 minutes to get the printer on (Laserjet1300) on my Linux computer, no problem

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05/02/2008
First crashes installtion program. Then hang the web interface again and again. Updating the firmware 1:02. Trying to retrieve the email, which requires SSL and port 465 (open ports and enable DMZ) still manages not. Got a headache and gave up. Returned it today. Should not be allowed to release undeveloped products.

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06/11/2007
Do not really know what to think about this yet because there's only a firmware yet 1:02 and it is buggy. First problem was to install a network printer, a Canon SmartBase MP360 where it is impossible to get in the drivers both from disc or hard drive when you follow the instructions in the router's web interface, so many will have problems there. Got to finally make a new tcp port and go that route before I got on the printer, but then does not know the windows of the bits from the printer ink status so I never know how much is left. Plus, MAC Address filter works shit then it stops all computers on the network during the same time even though only one MAC Address is reggad the time, and then you should write the times in AM and PM 12 hour times 24 hours shine in his absence but when you saved the settings then writes it in 24hour system in the info on the times. The logging is also foam when activating despite not bent in reggning and goats, from a need to enter ipnr order to save.

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