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  1. Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    I am trying to install a Roku to use US-Netflix. My Bell Turbo Hub (Netgear MBR1210 router) does not seem to have an obvious place to modify the DNS associated with the Wireless Broadband port. As I can't change the DNS on the Roku, I have no choice but to change it on the router. Any...
  2. Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    My Bell Netgear MBR1210 Turbo Hub has been working well except for an issue with the public IP APN and some social networking sites (twitter and facebook). I need a public IP address for remote access in to my home network through this Turbo Hub. I choose the public dynamic IP service add-on...
  3. Industry News
    Netgear today announced the NeoTV Streaming Player (NTV200), a media streaming device expected to compete with the likes of Apple TV, Roku2 XD and the Western Digital line of Live media streamers. The Apple TV sized device lets users stream media from various internet sources such as Netflix...
  4. Industry News
    D-Link said today that its MainStage wireless display adaptor will be available in Canada next month for $130. The Mainstage is one of many soon to be released devices that employs Intel's Wireless Display technology, known as WiDI. According to Intel, WiDi enables users to wirelessly stream...
  5. Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    D-Link said today that its MainStage wireless display adaptor will be available in Canada next month for $130. The Mainstage is one of many soon to be released devices that employs Intel's Wireless Display technology, known as WiDI. According to Intel, WiDi enables users to wirelessly stream...
  6. Rogers High Speed Internet and Home Phone
    Hi, Has anyone used the above product on the Roger's network? Any problems? Thanks!
  7. Home Computing
    Hi, We have a 2-storey house and use Rogers as our ISP/Cable provider. Based on what I've read, Netgear MCAB1001 (ethernet to coaxial) seems like a decent way to access the internet from throughout the house without using a wireless router or trying to run network cables around the house. Does...
  8. Windows Computing
    I have a Laptop running Windows Vista. For the last two years, the laptop connected successfully to my D-Link 655 Router via WPA2. In addition, the laptop has sucessfully connected to many wireless networks without incident. Yesterday, I swapped a Netgear 3700 Router in place of my D-Link 655...
  9. Industry News
    DD-WRT is an open source router firmware also has a feature that can keep track of your bandwidth usage. It doesn't work on all router models, so I recommend checking out their website to see if it would work on your router. Although it doesn't have the traffic control feature like in NetGear...
  10. Industry News
    Bell today released the NetGear MBR 1210 Turbo Hub, a high speed wireless hotpsot which allows up to 15 devices to connect to the internet via Bell Mobility's HSPA+ mobile network. To use, just plug the Hub into a power outlet and then connect your computer, smartphone, iPad or other device to...
  11. Industry News
    In older homes it can often be very expensive and sometimes impossible to create a wired or wireless home network. In situations such as this, Powerline technology enables consumers to use their existing electrical wiring to connect routers, computers, high-definition media players, game...
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