12-02-2007, 05:03 PM
Join Date: Oct 2007
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If you mean the D-Link DWL-G730AP, I have one. 8320 worked just fine for several days in Asia on it. But browsing on my laptop at the same time was a no no. I think there was just too much latency issues for it to keep the call and allow browsing at the same time. No way to enable QOS I think.
I left myself some voicemails to check the quality and it sounded like I was using a landline in the US to make the calls. Pretty amazing.
One big thing to note, my 8320 crashed beyond fixing while over there. It was always slightly flaky when it came to wifi so I think it was a defective unit, but coincidently it crashed after using it with this router for several days. Stability of my new phone has been fine, whereas my old phone had rebooted while on calls before. So I have not qualms about using this router.
Some pics to show how tiny it really is.
Edit: Oh yeah, it comes with a usb power cord so you don't have to use the regular adapter, and a ribbon type network cable (the black one in the picture). Makes it an extremely compact package if you leave the AC power adapter at home.
The range of this unit is limited to basically within a room. Goes through one wall ok, but probably not all that much farther.
Last edited by monkeypaw : 12-02-2007 at 06:17 PM.