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D-Link EBR-2310 Ethernet Broadband Router

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  • Easily Create a Basic Network to Share Your Internet Connection
  • Advanced Firewall Features and Parental Controls to Protect Your Network
  • Check E-mail, Chat with Friends, Share Files, and Enjoy Casual Gaming
  •  Check E-mail, Chat with Friends, Share Files, and Enjoy Casual Gaming
  • One year warranty
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Size One Size 5 Port 11in l x 9.25in w x 3in h 9.9in l x 8.2in w x 2.8in h
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Product Description

Ethernet Broadband Router

From the Manufacturer

Create a wired network in your home using the D-Link Ethernet Broadband Router. Connect this Wired Router to a broadband modem and share your high-speed Internet access, check email, share files, and enjoy online gaming. This Wired Router provides four 10/100 Ethernet ports to connect up to four Ethernet-enabled PCs or network devices. Switching capabilities have been integrated into this device to efficiently manage your network traffic. It includes a built-in firewall for safeguarding your network from hackers and malicious attacks. Parental control features are also included to monitor Internet usage and block inappropriate content. The Quick Router Setup Wizard is provided to help you set up your network in minutes. For creating a simple wired network for your home, the easy-to-use D-Link Ethernet Broadband Router gets the job done.

Features and Benefits

  • The Quick Router Setup Wizard makes it easy to install and use
  • Four ethernet ports allow for simple networking
  • A built-in Cable Tester Utility is included to help you diagnose and troubleshoot physical cable problems.
  • Ideal if you’re creating your home or small business network
  • Firewall features include Network Address Translation (NAT), MAC Filtering, Website Filtering and Scheduling

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 4.5 x 1.4 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000GVTX6U
  • Item model number: EBR-2310
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (197 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 13, 2006

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The D-Link router was very easy to install and works great.
W. Thompson
In any case, port forwarding ("Virtual Server") didn't work on the EBR-2310 (I refuse to use their silly terminology).
J. Brink
I won't be buying any D-Link products in the foreseeable future.
M. Read

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

85 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Thomas L. Ford on March 15, 2007
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I was using a Linksys wired router/switch for a few years. I was constantly losing VPN connection and having to re-connect. I put in VOIP (Vonage) phone and had to restart every 3 hours. I thought I had cable modem problems, network problems, config. problems on router. Finally, I ordered the D-Link EBR-2310 (because it was very inexpensive). I took it out of the box, plugged it in, connected my (4) network cables including a wireless connection. In 6 weeks I have not had a single connection problem. WHAT A DIFFERENCE! - highly recommended.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Richard Glantz on May 30, 2007
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Although the box doesn't say so, this unit does set up and run with the Mac. Just ignore the Setup Wizard on the CD and most of the 66-page manual on the CD. To set up the router, connect the unit to your Mac using the thoughtfully included Ethernet cable, be sure you are NOT connected to the Internet, power up the router and your Mac, [...]. The router will self-configure, asking you to change the password if you so choose. Piece of cake.

If the box had contained just one slip of paper recapitulating the above for non-Windows users, I would have saved considerable time searching for MAC addresses, DNS adressses, and IP addresses that the router actually finds all by itself; and I would have rated it 5 stars.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Raymond F. on August 8, 2008
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This router might make a good frisbee, but as a router it is an unspeakable piece of dog doo. Right out of the box, it intermittently dropped Internet connections for minutes at a time. Going through the installation process with the included CD, it informed me that I did "not have the correct router". Silly me. As for tech support, you would be hard-pressed to find support as bad as D-Link's. After navigating a mighty oak of a phone tree and a 20-minute wait, you'll find yourself talking to someone on the other side of the planet who learned English watching Rocky IV. Throw in a connection that sounds like two tin cans and long piece of yarn, and you're in for one frustrating phone call. No, make that many frustrating phone calls because you won't get any useful help on the first several calls, if ever. Some of the expert advice I received after describing my problem included, "Buy a faster cable modem" and "Call your internet provider for help." Uh, thank you? Moving up to a "level 2" technician resulted in a crankier support person who was equally clueless. The stinkiness of this router is only surpassed by its tech support. It'll be a chilly day in H-E-double toothpicks before I ever buy a D-Link product again.
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55 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Arnim Zola on July 9, 2008
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I'd give this 4 stars but I've deducted 1 star for the bad Mac setup documentation.

GRIPES FIRST:

Right out of the box some of the router ports are covered up telling the user to read the documentation first. If that's so critical, why is this setup poor for Mac users? The set-up wizard on the CD-Rom DOES NOT work for Macs. The CD-Rom sleeve tells Mac (and Linux) users to find the documentation in the bin\docs folder of the CD-Rom. The problem there is there isn't a "docs" folder inside the "bin" folder. But there is a "docs" folder outside the "bin" folder, inside you'll find a PDF manual that's for all platforms, and not just Macs. This PDF manual does not step you through connecting your network. It's more for reference after your network is set up. No special mention of Mac set up is mentioned in the PDF.

So for Mac users, here's a quick guide. The instructions are from the BACKSIDE of the flimsy, 1-sheet Quick Router Set Up Guide. The front side isn't that helpful as it refers to WIRELESS routers and this is a WIRED router. Since there is no mention of WIRED routers on the front side of the Quick Router Set Up Guide, it almost seems like they inserted the wrong guide in the box.

Turn to the BACKSIDE of the Quick Router Set Up Guide and follow my paraphrased steps :

1. Unplug the power from your Modem.

2. Assuming your Mac had been connected directly to the Modem before, unplug the ethernet cable from the back of your Mac and plug that cable to the Blue port labeled "1". This connects your Mac to the Router.

3. Use the ethernet cable supplied in the router box and use it to connect your Modem to the "internet" port of the Router.

4. Plug the power cord into the Modem.

5.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jeff M. on November 20, 2009
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I've had this router for just over a year, and finally got so fed up with its constant problems that I replaced it. I should have known from the start something was wrong when after implementing this router many sites became flaky, such as Google Maps in Satellite mode. Pages would stop updating, only to work minutes later.

At the time I suspected the computer, but then things got worse. I like to open lots of tabs in the browser. Check out the news, maybe see what deals Amazon has, weather, Facebook, etc.. A few would open, then the tabs would all time out. I'd have to refresh over and over until they finally connected.

I've been through the router flash updates, IPConfig, settings, etc... and had to resort to resetting the router every computer session, and sometimes multiple times during the session, to keep everything working. What a pain...

I know enough about computers to be slightly more than dangerous, but forever digging into network settings and experimenting is not my cup of tea. After searching on the web and learning that many, many others have had similar problems I finally gave up and purchased a Linksys router. After plugging it in and pushing the reset button on my cable modem (something that unfortunately has become a process I'm all to familiar with thanks to D-Link) everything worked fine, proving finally that my cable modem and computers are fine, it is indeed the router.

It's a mystery to me why this router progressively got worse over time. Again, it's been reset, re-flashed, etc... more times than I care to count. All I know is I wish I had spent my money on a different product since now I've basically had to purchase a solution twice. My advice is to stay away from this router.
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