New collections

Computer Accessories

802.11N Wireless Router (300Mbps Wifi - Next Generation Speed)
  • Model: 87bXLqwv
  • Units in Stock: 10000

Price:   $25.76

Add to Cart:         
Details: Next generation 802.11N wireless router using the latest WiFi protocol, and supporting data transfer speeds of up to 300Mbps. Use the CVNK-K53 for surfing the internet at 5x the speed you experienced previously!

Main  features

  • Primary Function: 802.11n Wireless Router (300Mpbs )
  • Material: ABS
  • Color: Black
  • On Board Inputs/Slots:
    - Antennas x2
    - Power IN
    - WAN Ethernet Port
    - Ethernet Ports x5
    - Reset
  • Configuration Primary Options
    - Ralink Operation Mode: Bridge, NAT Enable/Disable
    - Internet Settings: WAN, LAN, Advance Settings, QoS
    - Wireless Settings: Basic, Advance, Security, WDS, WPS, Station List, Mesh Settings
    - Administration: Management, Upload Firmware, Settings Management, Status, Static, System Command, System Log, SDK Entry
  • Power Source: Wall Adapter (100-240v)
  • Ralink APSoC
    - Access Point Status: System Info, Internet Configurations, Internet Configurations
    - Statistic: Memory, WAN/LAN, All interfaces
    - System Management: Language Settings, Administrator Settings, NTP Settings, DDNS Settings
  • Certification: FCC, CE
  • Dimensions: L:70 x W:110 x D:30 (mm)

Product Notes

  • Integrated 10/100 Mbps LAN switch with auto MDI/MDI-X support
  • MAC/IP/Port Filtering Settings
  • Easy to setup, including DHCP auto configuration
  • Transfer large data within a networks in mere seconds
  • Setup Virtual Servers to provide services on the net
  • Configure the system firewall to protect router itself from attacking
  • You may add and remote custom Internet routing rules, and/or enable dynamic routing exchange protocol here
  • Use the Advanced Setup page to make detailed settings for the Wireless network. Advanced Setup includes items that are not available from the Basic Setup page, such as Beacon Interval, Control Tx Rates and Basic Data Rates.
  • What does the IEEE 802.11N mean for internet users? Well, the 802.11N is an amendment to the IEEE 802.11b/g wireless networking standard which improves the network over previous standards, such as 802.11b and 802.11g. It does so by significantly increasing the maximum raw data rate from 54 Mbit/s to a maximum of 300 Mbit/s.

Package Contents

  • 802.11N 300Mbps Wireless Router
  • Power Adapter (100-240)
  • User Manual - English

Current Reviews: 0

Copyright © 2018 (Shenzhen China) . All Rights Reserved.