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CastleNet CBV38Z4EN

CastleNet CBV38Z4EN

The CastleNet CBV38Z4EN is a cable router used by Numericable in France to offer triple play services to domestic users. The modem specifications can be downloaded from the CastleNet website.

Both data and voice services work seamlessly with this device. Good voice quality for local and International calls.

The wifi settings can be easily configured to control the security and the access credentials.

Works well with Windows XP, however IPv6 should be disabled on Windows 7 clients. Works well with Android and iOS.

D-Link DIR-600 Wireless N Gigabit Home Router

D-Link DIR-600 Wireless N Gigabit Home Router

The D-Link DIR-600 Wireless N Gigabit Home Router is good value for money and works fine with PCs and MacBooks. This basic router can be added to your cable modem to provide better wireless performance.

 The D-Link DIR-600 Ethernet Broadband Router device offers:

  • an Internet sharing through Network Address Translation (NAT),
  • a Firewall, with optional DMZ,
  • a DHCP Server for automatic IP Address alocation,
  • a Print Server over IP for a parallel attached printer,
  • a 10/100 Base-T switch for up to four LAN connections,
  • Support for WPA™ and WPA2™ for wireless security,
  • Configuration management through a web interface. The default address of the router is http://192.168.0.1 (factory setting)

D-Link DIR-100 Ethernet Broadband Router

D-Link DIR-100 Ethernet Broadband Router

The D-Link DIR-100 Ethernet Broadband Router is good value for money and works fine with PCs and Network Attached Printers. This basic router can be added in a plug-and-play mode to create a virtual network in an open office building network.

 The D-Link DIR-100 Ethernet Broadband Router device offers:

  • an Internet sharing through Network Address Translation (NAT),
  • a Firewall, with optional DMZ,
  • a DHCP Server for automatic IP Address alocation,
  • a Print Server over IP for a parallel attached printer,
  • a 10/100 Base-T switch for up to four LAN connections.
  • Configuration management through a web interface. The default address of the router is http://192.168.0.1 (factory setting)

Webstar DPX2100 Modem login

Webstar DPX2100 Modem

The Webstar DPX2100 Modem provides Internet access through a cable connection. The Webstar DPX2100 Modem includes an USB, RJ-45 and Wi-Fi connection.

To control the Wi-Fi access, you can proceed as follows:

– connect your pc to the modem with the LAN cable (RJ-45) and open a browser with the following URL:

http://192.168.100.1/

– when the modem responds with a logon window, you can use the following credentials:

user: admin

password: W2402

In the security tab, you can change the wireless settings and press the apply button to save them. You may need to reboot the modem to have all settings applied.

US Robotics USR5461 802.11g Wireless MAXg Router

usr5461The USR5461 802.11g Wireless MAXg broadband router is good value for money and works fine with Windows XP, Vista and 7. The print server is only supported for Windows PCs over the TCP/IP protocol (no Netbios nor IPX/SPX support).

The USR5461 Internet Sharing device offers:

  • an Internet sharing of DSL connections (cable or ADSL) through Network Address Translation (NAT),
  • a Firewall, with optional DMZ,
  • a DHCP Server for automatic IP Address alocation,
  • a Print Server over IP for an USB attached printer,
  • a 10/100 Base-T switch and 802.11g Wireless MAXg LAN connections.
  • Configuration management through a web interface. The default address of the USR5461 Router is http://192.168.1.1 (factory setting)
  • works well with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7

Latest 3.93.35.0.8 (Oct 25 2006).

Instructions to use an USB attached printer are published on the US Robotics site.

US Robotics 8000-3 Broadband router

usr8000The US Robotics 8000-3 Broadband router is good value for money and works fine with PC and MAC. The print server is only supported for Windows PCs over the TCP/IP protocol (no Netbios nor IPX/SPX support).

The USR 8000-3 Internet Sharing device offers:

  • an Internet sharing of DSL connections (cable or ADSL) through Network Address Translation (NAT) with a dial-up backup,
  • a Firewall, with optional DMZ,
  • a DHCP Server for automatic IP Address alocation,
  • a Print Server over IP for a parallel attached printer,
  • a 10/100 Base-T switch for up to four LAN connections.
  • Configuration management through a web interface. The default address of the USR 8000 Router is http://192.168.123.254 (factory setting)

Important note: Windows users need to install the proprietary USR print driver.