Wireless 802.11N Router w/ WPS & WISP Function (300Mbps) - 8070

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Product Summary

Mfg Part#: 8070
Rakuten.com Sku: 228758244
UPC: 844660080701
UPC 14: 00844660080701
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Product Description

Wireless 802.11N Router w/ WPS & WISP Function (300Mbps) The MPI Wireless-N Broadband Router provides a complete, professional solution to a variety of networking applications. The router provides wireless connectivity in accordance with the 802.11b, g, and n standards, and can support wireless data transmission speeds up to 300 Mbps. In addition to the wireless options, the router includes four 10/100 RJ45 ports for wired connections using Cat5, Cat5e, or Cat6 LAN cables. The router can be configure as a Gateway, Bridge, or Wireless ISP (WISP). The Gateway mode is the default method of operation, in which the router connects to a broadband modem and acts as the gateway between the local area network and the internet. The Bridge mode allows the router to serve as an extension of an existing LAN, either through the wired connections or wirelessly, which effectively increases the range of the Wi-Fi coverage area. Multiple routers can be bridged into the same network, providing widescale wireless coverage to a large area, such as a warehouse. In Bridge mode the router's built-in firewall and DHCP services are disabled so that the main gateway router can perform these functions. The Wireless ISP (WISP) mode is a combination of the Bridge and Gateway modes, in which the router still relies on the main gateway to provide access to the internet, but it retains use of the built-in firewall and DHCP services. This is ideal for when you want to limit or control access to the LAN or internet for an individual subset of users. The router's built-in configuration utility provides an extensive range of options and security controls, including: WEP/WPA2 encryption configuration MAC address white or black listing Port filtering IP filtering MAC filtering URL filtering Port forwarding Virtual LAN configuration SSID broadcast control DMZ mode for troubleshooting Scheduling of operation and access times The router can be configured using a simple, easy-to-use setup wizard