Sunday, April 16, 2006

D-Link DSL-G604T a Wireless ADSL router modem

D-Link, an industry leader in networking, introduces the
DSL-G604T, a Wireless ADSL router modem combining both an ADSL modem and 802.11g wireless router in one unit, bringing high-speed wireless Internet connection to a home or office.
My friend just bought this D-Link to replace his ADSL modem. He was looking for single device that could offer both ADSL modem and Wireless lan for his house. I was called to help him to set up this with the True ADSL provider in Thailand. The setup is simple enought for even a newbie in tech world. However, one confusion could be occered is when you setup everything just right, the ADSL status screen might still say "disconnect". You could either to refresh your browser to see the update page or dig into the log where it will tell that you are connected and get your IP from your ADSL provider.

If you live in USA, you could order this D-Link DSL-G604T from Amazon. Click here to order.


At 3:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know that Belkin also makes a Pre-N version of such a device (DSL modem and WAP) that is currently only available in he UK. But as luck would have it that means it run at the standard Thai line voltage by default. Does anyone know of ANY issues relating to these devices (purchased in the USA or in UK) being incompatible with the implementation on ADSL offered by TRUE in Bangkok?

At 5:59 PM, Blogger Thai said...

Never know any issue of using import adsl device from other region. I think it is not a too risky bet to try it out.


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