New Dynex DX-E402 Advanced Server Router

By tipstir ยท 4 replies
Dec 21, 2007
  1. Did anyone here buy one of these routers at Best Buy yet?
  2. Blind Dragon

    Blind Dragon TS Evangelist Posts: 3,908

    I bought a Dynex Network adapter a while back-> just curious as to why you ask cause I had problems with it and had to exchange it
  3. tipstir

    tipstir TS Ambassador Topic Starter Posts: 2,474   +126

    Well I have the prior router from 2006, this one below:


    With the latest firmware for the above it has open up the router to make it once heck of a speed demon in P2P world downloads are 2.65mbps, transfer file a 300MB to another PC over 100FT away is roughly 25 seconds at 100TX.

    I've taken the router a part DX-E401 to see what was in there:

    150MHz 8K Data Input 8K Data Output Marvel Link Street CPU with DSP
    8MB of RAM
    1MB of Buffer Memory (also known as packet buffer)
    1MB Flash
    Multi-Port QOS Switch

    true-no-blocking switching and supports large number of nodes
    Data from Marvel 88E6218..

    The Web GUI is the same as DI-604 but with the CPU from 2310 dlink router. Don't know how they did this.

    I don't have any issues with this router, very stable and quick..

    Now this new one DX-E402


    This as a different Web GUI but unlike the wireless two new versions which are Belkin, I don't know what this one is. There is only one person on tech a question about this model. Other than that, the price is still under $40 bucks. I was just wondering if anyone did buy this one..
  4. tipstir

    tipstir TS Ambassador Topic Starter Posts: 2,474   +126

    Well my guess is to have the GeekSquad at Best Buy examin one of the routers as he told me he would if one comes back in a return. Well that's good if that happens? He did agree with me that DX-E401 is very quick for all downloads including P2P. I don't see many on the self so they're going out the door.
  5. tipstir

    tipstir TS Ambassador Topic Starter Posts: 2,474   +126

    I just found out this...


    Well the rules out dlink, belkin, linksys an etc..
    Now what's inside the router? Is this quicker than DX-E401?
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