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Kogan Email Deal D-Link DIR-645 for $49 + Shipping


Hi folks,

Just saw this in the Kogan email which just came through. There's a few other things listed in the email, but this seems to be the better value. Haven't used one before, but am tempted to try it out! (Next cheapest on Static Ice is $67.97)

4 x Gigabit LAN ports, Gigabit WAN port
1 x USB 2.0
802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN
Wi-Fi Standards
802.11 b/g/n, 802.3 u/ab

UPDATE: Website indicates it is sold out.

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  • http://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search.cgi?q=DIR-645

    Postage was about $12 to most postcodes I put in

  • i have no idea what's the use of gigabit WAN port !

    • If you have devices connected upstream most likely. Or if you're interested in future proofing.

      • +1


    • Everything on the gigabit network will be able to transfer files and stream really fast.

      You could hook up a central NAS box and backup all your systems in no time.

      Will not affect the NBN much as normal 100mbit is faster than most peoples connection for a long time.

  • +2

    On clearance at Dick Smith for $59. (Well is at my local - Wangaratta, Vic)

    Also qualifies for a free modem as per http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/90845
    Not sure if Kogan qualifies, but DS certainly does.

  • I'm thinking to improve my wireless reception in my lounge room and have a ethernet port which is connected to my foxtel. The Bilion router is in the computer room at the front of the house which feeds that ethernet port. So can I use this item?

    • From what you said you have this set up
      Billion->ethernet port->foxtel

      Now you can

      Billion -> Ethernet port -> D-Link DIR-645 -> Foxtel ( and 2 empty port)

      You can turn off the radio on the billion and just use the D-Link as the only WLAN to reduce interference

      • Thanks

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    Excuse my ignorance but is this just a 'booster'

    My mum currently has a wired modem and wants wireless in the house.

    I have a Bob from IINET that does that trick, but will this allow her to get wireless internet at home or do I need an actual wireless modem/router (sorry for the stupid question)

    • +1

      This is a wireless router (no included modem). She can plug the ethernet cable from her existing modem into the WAN port of this router and share the internet connection wirelessly.

  • I would like to have gigabit LAN around the home, how do you guys think this performs compared to straight switches? (consumer level, not enterprise)

    • How many ports do you need? This router has 4. For about the same price ($50) you get 8 on a consumer switch. This would be the biggest difference.

  • Lol that's a pretty funny looking router, I was expecting the rectangle look.

  • yeah, gone are the days when you could just glance at the photo and see its a router lol.