Netgear launches Wi-Fi router


January 9, 2009

In what could be a solution to mobile office communications, the equipment maker Netgear has produced a Wi-Fi router dedicated to 3G mobile broadband use.

This means that instead of every single member of a team needing their own individual mobile broadband modem, the entire team can use just one dongle, that has been connected to the router rather than a single computer.

Specs:

    Compatible with extensive range of 3G USB Modems and networks
    Four Ethernet ports for LAN connectivity; USB 2.0 Host WAN port
    SPI, DoS, NAT, and supports up to 5 VPN endpoints
    “Push ‘N’ Connect” button based on WPS
    Wi-Fi on/off button and Power on/off button to save energy while not in use
    Auto detection and installation process for easy setup
    Repeater configurable and static routing feature
    Advanced application based on QoS





 

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