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D-Link DGL-4300 Wireless 108G Gaming Router

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  • Optimized Gaming Experience with GameFuel Technology
  • Up to 108Mbps* 802.11g Wireless Connectivity
  • 4 Gigabit Ethernet Ports
  • Customizable Settings for Games and Applications
  • High-performance CPU supports thousands of concurrent connections--ideal for P2P applications and multiplayer interactivity
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: D-Link
  • Model: DGL-4300
  • Connectivity Technology: wireless
  • Network Data Transfer Rate: 108 Megabits Per Second

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 4.6 x 1.5 inches ; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0006TIA02
  • Item model number: DGL-4300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,988 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at July 7, 2004

Product Description

Push the limits of basic networking technology and experience the evolution in networking. Wirelessly share broadband Internet, boost network performance, and stay competitive in your online games with D-Link's new cutting-edge GamerLounge Wireless 108G Gaming Router, powered by GameFuel Priority Technology.

GameFuel technology optimizes your network for gaming performance.

See the DGL-4300 in detail; front and rear.
The D-Link DGL-4300 Wireless Gaming Router intelligently manages and automatically prioritizes network traffic to better execute bandwidth-sensitive applications including VoIP and multimedia applications. It also features enhanced wireless technology for optimal range and connectivity--up to 108Mbps bandwidth, pre-configured ports to accommodate up to 256 policies for games and applications, and customizable settings to add or modify new applications or game configurations.

Other features include multi-tasking between other applications without degradation in game connection, high-Performance CPU to support thousands of concurrent connections--ideal for P2P applications and multiplayer interactivity. Meanwhile, a firmware upgrade notification feature keeps your new D-Link Gaming Router up to date.

What's in the Box
DGL-4300 Wireless 108G Gaming Router, detachable antenna, CAT5 ethernet cable, power adapter (5V, 2.5A), mounting kit, vertical stand, CD-ROM with manual, and installation guide.

Product Description

D-Link DGL-4300 Wireless 108G Gaming Router

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

As for the speed, I played online on laptop (killing floor) and it held up. Signal isn't that strong down the basement. Overall, good solid product. Read more ›
I get incredibly fast download and upload speed with Comcast. The wireless signal strength is amazing and never drops! The amount of features and utilities this products… Read more ›
...The signal was great. It's connect to a computer on the main floor with an xbox in the basement. Read more ›
It works great. Handles alot and I mean alot of connections and does not slow down. I have had to reset it a total of three times since I bought it in August 2006. Read more ›
Stay away from this product, it has a well known wireless connection problem that few people were able to fix, most people had to buy something else. If you don't believe,… Read more ›
Finally showing/showed it's age after a…Wasn't the strongest signal (4/3 bars in Master Bedroom), but it was consistent (not one drop until the end) and served me well. R… Read more ›
i used this router for a number of years and it worked perfectly for me on PC and MAC. set up was easy and i liked the option to control bandwidth Read more ›
Set up was painless. I'm not real proficient at networking stuff, but I was able to easily set up the wireless portion. Read more ›
This router has…The setup was very quick (although having some background in networking helped, the walk through option for this computer is relatively self explanatory). Read more ›
This router does everything it was advertised to I run two laptops and an X-Box and it performs flawlessly. It was easy to set up, even for a beginner like me. Read more ›
with fast 108G Wireless and Gigabit wired connections! Great and easy to set up protection and for people who love online games -- GameFuel(tm) Priority - Technology I can… Read more ›
This is one outstanding router. Easy to set up and extremely efficient in utilizing the cable modem bandwidth. I bought this after comparing router performances at [...]… Read more ›
I had no problem installing it, which was a tremendous difference from my…Setting up WEP security was simple and our laptops in the house picked up the signal quickly. W… Read more ›
This router has a ton of features and is a great option for the novice home user as well as the uber-geeky networking professional! I haven't messed around with the game… Read more ›
I just basically turned it on, created a network and it worked. Getting the WPA encryption going was easy too. It has great range and is more responsive than my old… Read more ›
Be warned: I've read reports of problems with a feature of this router with X-Box Live (but also note: the feature is DISABLED by default!). Read more ›
they have this nifty feature called "game fuel" what it does is prioritize packet flow by giving priority to gaming and high bandwidth items first, and everything else… Read more ›
This router easily has options to easily place…The router has some nice setup features that the linksys makes archaic while the 4300 is more understandable and workable. Read more ›
For advanced users, this router is for you also. The web interface is fast and friendly but powerful. Once all the configurations are made, you will be able to save your… Read more ›
You can prioritize packet routing from certain IP address, which I used to prioritize the packets from my Vonage adapter. The router interface is the best I've seen. The… Read more ›
I love this produce and would recommend it to anyone looking for a router, even if they don't have the same…The user interface is well laid out and easy to get around. T… Read more ›
My Netgear worked great and had an easy interface, but I absolutely could not connect my Nintendo DS via wireless to it, so I had to ditch that one. Read more ›
I had originally bought a Linksys, without doing any research beforehand... thinking all routers…Hardware was poor, the interface was wonky, customer service was a joke. Read more ›
5) More intuitive interface than the competition. Read more ›
Cons: -Actual D-Link support isn't great, but there is a wealth of information on the internet, so this really isn't a problem. -The painted finish got all gooey when… Read more ›
then upload the 1.6 this sounds easy but it took me hours to figure it out once i did the xbox seems to…I also agree with other reviews the customer service is very bad. Read more ›
To put it simply the D-Link DGL-4300 is the best thing since G4tv, but their customer service is the worst thing since the XFL. I means the router works great with… Read more ›
I installed one of those at my fathers house (the linksys) and it's ok but pretty bad. Has to be rebooted frequently and support is awful (web and phone.) The new BFE… Read more ›
Not so great, support not that great. Contivity VPN didn't work until I reconfigured the router. Read more ›
I had a bit of trouble at first but after calling D-Link customer service I got all the…They were one of the best tech support departments that I have ever worked with. H… Read more ›
The wan throughput is's faster than my connection (~20mb). The lan connections are fast and make large transfers a breeze. Read more ›
Never…I currently have 2 windows 7 based computers, a windows home server and an old macmini all coexisting peacefully and transferring files at the weakest links speed. Read more ›
This router does…I bought it for my Xbox 360 (it's officially on their approved list, unlike my last router!), and it gets me into some great, high speed Live situations. Read more ›
Works great with my cable modem and sharing between two desktops, a laptop, XBox 360, and Wii. Very fast throughput and great for tinkering with the settings. I found some… Read more ›
If you play a lot of online games, or download a lot of files all the time, then this is the router you want to get the best performance out of your Internet connection. Read more ›
Sleek design and unbelievable performance! I use this for my online gaming, while the family uses the network for other uses at the same time. Read more ›
I play online…I have 2 PCs attached to the router through Cat 6 cables and 3 by WiFi, the network works very good and all the computers has good lan and internet speed. I… Read more ›
The signal that was weak and always dropping…Gigabit local network is so fast I can capture video to a networked computer's RAID hard drives without overloading mine :-). Read more ›
Furthermore,…It has some hardware problems as well, causing it to drop packets (I was only using wired connection, so it's not caused by problems with wireless network). Read more ›
Living in Alaska presents a lot of issues with networking and power fluctuations. I could not stay connected for more than a couple of hours at a time with other routers I… Read more ›
I have had no problems with it. Obviously, you will need a faster network/lan card to take full advantage of the higher speeds. So far, I have not noticed an increase in… Read more ›
Bottom line is if you've gone though the router trials before, this will probably be a good…If not, prepare to educate yourself on the wonderful world of networking. I… Read more ›
Th…It has a good broadcast range, and it always broadcasts at a full 54mb/s. It is running three wireless computers with no problems, and best of all it never drops signal. Read more ›
All the Dell's are wireless and the 2 I built utilize the Gigabit ports. All work flawlessly and the range on the wireless is perfect at any corner in the house. I liked… Read more ›
This product is great because it has good range ( router in basement whilst i am in 1st floor sometimes second floor) even though they are many walls the router can still… Read more ›
Very good product, long range and faster speedy, cross 3 rooms and still got good quality of signal. I recommends. Read more ›
It…My linksys gave me a constant 54mbps(when in decent range, of course), but this one always jumped around from 11 to 18 to 36, to 54, and then flaked up and down too much. Read more ›
I agree with all the preceeding reviews. This router is extremely stable, has a fantastic range, the blue LEDs and black chromed finish are beautiful too. Best router I've… Read more ›
For starters, the DGL-4300 has a high-quality (not sure if it is high-gain or not)…The Admin interface is easy to use and has many more features than its predecessors. B… Read more ›
It took me literally 1 minute to get it working. As long as you have basic computer knowledge this thing is easy to use. It works great, I am very happy with it. Read more ›
The web interface is easy to use, but provides many configuration options for experts. I was pleased to see that it includes the option of acting as a bridge, so that my… Read more ›
Don't waste your time-stop reading and just buy this one. You'll be glad you did, is was that simple to use. Read more ›
This thing rocks! Easy to use interface and excellent security features. Don't buy anything less. Read more ›
In fact this router has three areas to set port forwards, but the 'Gaming' section is the most versitle and easy to use, so that's where you'll probably put in all your… Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Courtland J. Carpenter VINE VOICE on April 8, 2005
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I'm a computer professional so technology is not much of a mystery to me, but I still want something that's solid, and easy to manage. The internal software to his unit is pretty good, and the performance is top notch. For one its easy to store, and save your configurations. This is important because there may be occasion where you have to reset the router, and your settings would be lost. The firmware was easy to update, and will need to be updated as soon as you connect the device. A word of caution here, if you are using a dial-up connection, (unless its always been very stable), I don't recommend upgrading the firmware with it. One thing you cannot do, because it will likely render the router useless, is lose your connection in the middle of a firmware upgrade.

This is a gamer modem, and the help files and web manual provide good information as to how to set it up. It even has the settings to port replicate many popular game already built in. In addition, it has a special gamer network traffic section to keep your games running on an even keel over your network. I works, but better with some games than others. While I can't speak for any screaming, bleeding edge speed boosters, it seemed fast. I connected my old Windows 98SE machine using a Hawking, USB, wireless receiver, and it just worked! I experienced none of the problems I'd read horror stories about with other wireless routers.

Connection is a snap. Disconnect your cable modem from the back of your comp, connects its ethernet cable to your new D-Link router, run the included cable from the D-link to your ethernet port on your comp. (If your computer was connected with USB, you might need a $10 ethernet PCI card if you don't have an ethernet connection.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Chris Lee Mullins on December 29, 2005
I've always sworn by Linksys and Netgear, but this past summer, I was pulling my hair out with VOIP problems. On both my older Linksys Wireless-G router and a newer Netgear WGR614 router, all calls over VOIP would end spontaneously after 5-10 minutes. It varied and improved somewhat when I moved to the WGR614.

On a whim, I purchased this from CompUSA. I'd had problems with D-Link in the past - two wireless routers in a row died in less than a year, just prior to purchasing my Linksys G-router. Oh man, how things have changed.

1) VOIP is given priority on this router. I haven't dropped a Vonage call in three weeks.

2) Where before my XBox live signal (XBOX360 w/ wireless-G adapter) was weak and prone to disconnection, this router provides a very robust and stable connection.

3) Both of my Apple Powerbooks connect without issue. I've had problems with both the Linksys and Netgear router and WPA-PSK implementation. It would often kick back my password, deny access to the network, or my Apple would wake from sleep and not be able to find the network. Again, in three weeks, both Powerbooks have connected within seconds using WPA-PSK.

4) It sounds stupid but...this router is attractive. No longer do I feel the need to hid the unit under a desk. It just LEDs are bright, though, so if you game in a darkened room with this router, watch out. ;)

5) More intuitive interface than the competition.

I've heard that D-Link provides weak support for their products, but then, so did Netgear and Linksys, both of whom I called about the VOIP issue and both, naturally, blamed it on the VOIP box. Hopefully, with such an outstanding product, I'm sure I'll never have to avail myself upon D-Link's tech support.

Sure, this router is MUCH more expensive than the competition, but it works as advertised, provides a better WiFi signal and, most importantly, its CONSISTANT.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Kamal HD on March 17, 2006
D-Link only made one mistake with this router, and that was bad marketing. They shouldn't market this as a 'Gaming' router, but more as their premium brand router. The real option that makes this router shine is that it just works. I had initially bought a linksys WRT54G seeing that Cisco bought linksys and I thought it would be great but it was bad news. It was slow, had poor signal strength compared the 4300 and wouldn't 'just work' with the PSP and the Gameboy DS. I sent it back to Amazon and bought 4300 instead. I had bought a new router to replace my old DLink 614+, and am nothing shy of overjoyed. This router is no gimmick. It has a gigabit switch built in which if you have gigabit NIC's in your wired network make file transfer lightning fast. And the wireless has an increased range over my previous DLink router, not to mention wireless G and the Dlink 108 boosted signal as well. The real feature that makes this router amazing is the Quality of Service (QoS) features. They make it seem like its more for gaming, but you can tweak priority of packets between gaming, internet traffic, phone (VoIP) traffic, and customize it to the your liking. You can even set it to turn off certain ports or all activity at certain times, i.e. you can keep people off after their bedtime!!! Overall this router is Stellar, but I have to say that if your not a techie, or really going to take the time to learn how to use thing, it will just seem like a plain old router when in fact it is a powerful networking tool, that you can set up once correctly and walk away from. If your very new to home networks, you may just like something simpler. Either way this is an amaizng product and the best home router i have ever used.

Router Uptime is now 6 Months.
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