Home wireless routers with on/off switch for radio?

Would like to know about some recent, cheap consumer models with the ability to easily switch radio on/off!
(Radiation, anyone ;)

Of course the devices should also have RJ45 connections.

Thanks:)
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deibelCommented:
in which country do you live?

GMT+2 might be near germany.

try AVM Fritzbox

www.avm.de

its a great consumer router with many features.

there are customized firmwares available like with linksys wrt

im going to check the linksys model for having a radio on/off switch

stay tuned! :-)

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Brain2000Commented:
The Netgear DGN2000 has one of these buttons I believe.

http://www.netgear.com/Products/RoutersandGateways/WirelessNRoutersandGateways/DGN2000.aspx

If you want a different brand or model, you'll have to get a lead case.  This is the only one I know of.
deibelCommented:
linksys WRT54GL does this with OpenWRT-Firmware.
press the CISCO-Symbol and wlan switches off
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deibelCommented:
draytek vigor2820 and vigor2110 do this as well

http://www.draytek.de/Produkte.htm

they wrote, that all "n"-models have that feature
Brain2000Commented:
Good idea deibel.  If you can get by with 802.11g speed, go with the Linksys.  I generally prefer Linksys over Netgear.
deibelCommented:
i made some thoughts concerning your goals with that button.

do you fear the radiation?
do you have mobile phones?
does your neighbour have mobile phones?
do you have an AC-alarm-clock on your bed-table?

all these things radiate.

if you want to reduce power-comsuption, it is even better to switch off the whole router.
that might save you araound 20€ per year with german electricity tariff

if your ussue is about security:
ok, switch off is really secure!

im not going to tell, that you dont need, what you are asking for,
but think about it
JeffSchaperCommented:
My NetComm 3G18Wn has the switch.
deibelCommented:
do you need futher information?
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