I wouldn;t say that !I've also got a Dlink wireless router and I rate it, nice bit of kit. It's also a doddle to set up.
You have a PM.I wouldn;t say that !I've also got a Dlink wireless router and I rate it, nice bit of kit. It's also a doddle to set up.
Mine lets my work laptop connect to the network but it won't get internet.
Apparently something about proxy settings, which I know nothing about so given up.
hmm - never had any problems with Belkin at all. Next door neighbours PSU went on his router and they sent out 2 replacements PSUs next day, no questions asked.DO NOT - I repeat - DO NOT go anywhere near Belkin.
I've had a play with one, and it was rubbish and didn't work reliably, and everyone I've ever spoken to that had problems has had BIG problems, and the support's been useless. And there are a lot of people I know that have had problems with them.
Most others are fine, and I run D-Link. If you've not got "built-in" wireless in your laptop, I'd avoid a USB key (some people love, some people hate) and if you can afford one, get a "PCMCIA" card, which should slot nicely into a hole on the side of the lappy 
As J says - Dlink are a doddle to set up and run, whether you're a pro or new to the wireless world 
Absolutley ! My point being that its not as easy to set up as was made out (for me anyway).lol....so because you dont know anything about proxy settings your blaming your "tools"!!!
Get one of your work I.T guys to set a second wireless connection
with out proxy settings. Your first connection is probably for
your works server so more then likey has a proxy for the
internet. Your connection to the web at home, doesnt...