If you want to use multiple devices or just have WiFi, you have to get a Router. The followign table lists a few devices which have successfully worked in our network, although this list may not be complete.
If all you want is a cheap, working solution, we recommend the TP-LINK WR841 or WR940.
Warning: The TP-Link setup domains "tplinklogin dot net" and "tplinkextender dot net" are not correct anymore and may distribute malware.
We recommend to always change the default passwords for the WiFi and admin interface. For several vendors there are easy ways to determine the default passwords from the network's name and/or MAC-address.
|Apple||AirPort Express||-||Only configurable with a Mac with a GUI|
|AVM||FritzBox 7270||-||Deactivate DSL-Modem and use LAN1 as WAN-Port|
|AVM||FritzBox 4040||-||Use the mode "Cable Modem or Internet Router"|
|Netgear||WG602 v4||yes||WLAN-Accesspoint with routing|
|Samsung||SMT-G3210||-||Use LAN1 as WAN-Port|
|TP-Link||WR641G/642G v3||-||WLAN-Access Point with routing|
|TP-Link||TL-WR1043ND||yes||1 GBit/s at uplink|
|TP-Link||TL-WDR3600,4300||yes||All ports support GBit|
|Telekom||probably every||Devices are only DSL-Routers|
|TP-Link||TL-WA701ND||Is only a WiFi Access Point|