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D-Link DSL-2540B ADSL2/2+ Modem with 4-Port Ethernet Router TR067/069

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97 customer reviews
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  • Supports the latest ADSL standards for superior performance
  • Access a high-speed DSL connection and share the Internet
  • Connect up to 4 computers or other Ethernet-enabled devices
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Product Description

The D-Link ADSL2/2+ Modem with 4-Port Ethernet Router (DSL-2540B) is a 2-in-1 device that combines the function of a DSL modem and 4-port 10/100 Ethernet router. The DSL-2540B supports the latest ADSL2/2+ standards to provide higher performance (up to 24Mbps* downstream and 3.5Mbps* upstream) and longer reach from your Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (DSLAM). You can also create a wired network to share your high-speed Internet connection, documents, photos, music, videos, printers, and Network Attached Storage (NAS).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 7.6 x 1.3 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000O0XW7E
  • Item model number: DSL-2540B
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,804 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 26, 2006

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62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Peter W on November 19, 2009
Verified Purchase
I have been a long standing AT&T DSL subscriber in Texas. When my seemingly ancient 2Wire Homeportal 1000 finally gave way after ~7 years of use (aka, died), I called AT&T and assumed they would send a replacement DSL modem post haste. Au contraire. Said I was on my own, and was frankly pretty shocked as I am a big AT&T customer. I use an Apple Airport Extreme wireless network (5 wireless distribution nodes) and did not want/need to purchase the latest 2Wire WIFI device at over $200, but I also wanted more than one ethernet port on the device. BTW - I ran the HomePortal in Bridge Mode.

The D-Link DSL-2540B fit the bill but I was hesitant as I needed to configure the ne modem in Bridge or Bridging mode as I use PPPoE to connect to the net from my Airport Extreme base station. I found the following config info on the net (see below) while researching various solutions, and when my DSL-2540B today, I was up and running within 10 minutes.

Performance and connectivity have been great.

AT&T Bridge Mode Settings

Connect your computer directly to the D-Link. Use a cable, as Wi-Fi masochism is beyond the scope of this document. Browse to [...] in the browser of your choice. If your system has assigned itself a 169.mumble address, you will first need to manually assign your computer an IP address like 192.168.1.5, a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, and a default gateway of 192.168.1.1 to do so.
You should be challenged for a username and password to proceed. By default these are both set to "admin" and you really ought to change this at some point.
You should be presented with a Home / Wizard screen. Un-check the box labeled "DSL Auto-connect." This will allow you to specify the VPI and VCI for your connection.
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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By W. Thomas on May 24, 2009
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Retired WAN (Wide Area Networking) programmer from a vary large networking company, and as such was surprised when my AT&T ADSL/Router died after only two years. My options were to buy:
AT&T ADSL/Router
....Will diagnose their products remotely - however not others.
....Reliability??
ADSL/Router at large office supply store.
....Difficult to configure.
....Non-standard local IP Address.
....Had to call support to configure.
....Returned - didn't meet 6 Meg bandwidth spec (a waste of $$$).
D-Link ADSL/Router.
....Meets all specs.
....Works like a champ.
....Easy to setup.
....Standard local IP address.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By gotskillz on March 21, 2008
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First of all auto-connect does not work for Verizon but manual configuration will work, the settings below is for verizon. I have verizon dsl with dhcp, no pppoe or pppoa, which means i get a dynamic ip address from verizon. I had to disconnect my old modem overnight so the IP address would be release from my old modem, and then plug in my new dlink modem and go into the dlink browser and create new wan setting and enter

VPI=0, VCI=35,MAC encapsulation,Routing=LLC/SNAP Bridging,Obtain IP Address Automatically,Connection type=MER,Service name=mer_0_35(default),Servicd category=UBR(UBR without PCR),Service state=enabled, nat enabled,Firewall=enabled,IGMP Multicast enabled,wan service enabled, Quality of service=disabled, user/password=admin/admin to start.

Update: After a 6 months to a year with all the manual configs I had set, it constantly stopped connecting to the internet after a few hours. It might have something to do with Verizon's end not being compatible, I dunno. Sometimes it worked and then it stops working after few hours, it became a major headache that I had went back to my westell. Verizon only support their own routers and Dlink's tech support are not network admins who know the configurations to connect your router to your isp so they're useless. For verizon dsl people, I would stick with westell or go get FIOS like i did.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Griff on September 17, 2009
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I bought this to replace a 3 year old defective Westell 327w Verizon provided. This was my second Westell modem and I did not want to pay VZ $89 for a third. After reading reviews about compatibility here and elsewhere I decided to purchase this modem. Before setting it up, I wrote down all my settings from the old Westell with the vision of having a complicated setup -- the setup was easier than I expected from reading the reviews. I plugged the D-Link in, went to the setup page, and the wizard did everything else. I was online within 5 minutes of plugging everything in.

No need to release my IP. No need to input any settings. No need to battle through VZ's technical support (not that I would rely on them for any support).

Random thoughts after running this modem for a week:
This modem gives nice a fair amount of detail in it's logs for those who need it.
If you are running a web server, it has either DMZ or port forwarding for your needs.
Within the admin page you can disconnect/reconnect your connection with usually helps in solving slow speeds.
This modem does get hot, so i wouldn't recommend stacking it on top or under another product.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Smart Shopper on January 21, 2010
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First of all I wanted you to know that this is a great modem/router. Before I had a modem and a router (I have three computers hooked up in the house). My old modem finally gave out and I wanted to try this one since it had the router built in. The biggest problem was it wouldn't connect to the internet and I couldn't figure it out. So I called customer service and was told that you had to get a VIC and a VPI number and that could only be obtained from the internet service provider (AT&T) but it wouldn't be a problem to get it. Let me tell you the internet provider doesn't want to give it out......that way you have to buy your modems from them. After hashing it out with them for about fifteen minutes and threatening to drop their service and talk to their supervisor they gave it to me. THen it was just a matter of typing in the numbers and the modem worked perfectly.
So be prepared for a little hassle if you want to buy this product. I haven't tried any other modems so I can't tell you if they are as difficult.
I wish dlink had included an installation cd as well.......instead all they do is give you a manual on a cd but after reading 68 pages you still don't know how to fix your problems....
All in all though I really do like this product......even with the hook up problems. It is so much nicer to have a modem and a router in one and looks much neater. Also my computers are running faster.....that shows the old modem was really on it's last leg.
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