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New Trendnet router offers up 300Mbps dual band N

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on July 31st, 2008

Trendnet TEW-672GR

Trendnet unveiled today a beefy new dual band N router. It is called the Trendnet TEW-672GR and pricing is around $158.

The Trendnet TEW-672GR is a new 300Mbps dual band wireless N Gigabit router. It offers users the choice of the 2.4GHz or 5.0GHz radio bands for their data transfer needs and includes four Gigabit ports on the back of the router to do quick transfers to other wired devices.

Belkin wireless router lets you attach USB storage

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on July 11th, 2008

Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235-4)Belkin’s got itself a new 802.11 wireless router in the line up as of yesterday with the ability to support attached storage. It is called the Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235-4) and you’ll find it pricing around $120.

The Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235-4), released in conjunction with the N+ Wireless USB Adapter (F5D8055) for wireless network expansion, allows you to connect via USB a storage device such as an external hard drive to provide a network storage solution.

Linksys debuts 802.11n dual-band home router

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on July 3rd, 2008

Linksys WRT610N

Linksys “by Cisco” is out today with word of a new dual-n band wireless router targeted at those with home network wireless needs. It is called the Linksys WRT610N and pricing is set around $200.

Linksys says its new WRT610N is designed to deliver 802.11n support in both the 5GHz and 2.4GHz spectrums, establishing what is described as “two networks” to connect devices to. It is also provides “entertainment optimized networking,” meaning network performance priority is given HD video content and similar types of digital media.

D-Link debuts new 802.11n dual router

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on June 24th, 2008

D-Link DIR-628

Another 802.11n wireless router is set to debut from the networking folks over at D-Link. This one is the D-Link DIR-628 and it will price somewhat cheaply at around $120.

The D-Link DIR-628 offers dual band 802.11n Wi-Fi technology with selectable 2.4GHz or 5GHz connectivity options, according to D-Link. D-Link has also built into this router technology which will supposedly prioritize network traffic so items like VoIP phone calls get the most bandwidth.

Digi reveals new “Wi-Fi to cellular access point” router

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on March 27th, 2008

digiwipoint3g.jpgDigi International said today it is making available for purchase a new PC card based 3G cellular router with integrated Wi-Fi access point. It is called the Digi Wi-Point 3G and it will run you around $485.

The Digi Wi-Point 3G is designed to act as a cellular hot spot, according to Digi, to provide “secure, high-speed Internet access to remote workgroups and devices.” It reportedly works with more cellular PC cards than any similar product, supporting over 40 PC data cards of this type.

New D-Link wireless router gives gamers priority

Posted in D-Link,Routers by Nino Marchetti on October 30th, 2007

D-Link Xtreme N Gaming Router (DGL-4500)All wireless routers are boring looking and some shade of gray, right? Not so, says D-Link. The hardware connectivity company is going a little stylish with a black paint job and interesting OLED display on its new D-Link Xtreme N Gaming Router (DGL-4500), priced at around $240.

The D-Link Xtreme N Gaming Router (DGL-4500) is gamer-focused, combining Draft 802.11n wireless technology with an “intelligent” packet processing engine to give online gaming a priority for bandwidth over other home network applications. There’s also duo wireless technology to let you choose between the 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz band, Gigabit WAN and LAN ports and a “game-centric” user interface which allows for configuration of multiple ports or port ranges in the firewall by selecting a game title from a menu.

Kyocera preps 802.11n KR2 portable router

Posted in Kyocera,Routers,Wi-Fi by Nino Marchetti on October 24th, 2007

Kyocera KR2 Mobile RouterKyocrea Wireless recently unveiled a new portable router which supports 802.11n (Draft 2.0) for faster wireless connections. The Kyocera KR2 Mobile Router will be available sometime in early 2008.

The Kyocera KR2 Mobile Router follows on the heels of the award-winning KR1. The KR2, besides supporting 802.11n, is designed to work with PCMCIA, ExpressCard and USB devices for wireless connectivity. It can also also act as a regular router via wired connections. A dedicated button helps setup and bolster wireless security, with the router featuring VPN-L2TP and enhanced encryption for network security.

Linksys launches RangePlus networking products

Posted in Linksys,Routers,Wi-Fi by Reuben Drake on September 20th, 2007

Linksys WRT100 wireless router is part of the Linksys RangePlus line of networking productsLinksys has some new Wi-Fi products on the market as part of the new LinkSys RangePlus family which promises to increase the range of your home wireless network at affordable prices. The new products include a wireless router (WRT100), notebook adapter (WPC100), PCI adapter (WMP100) and USB Notebook adapter (WUSB100).

The WRT100 router (pictured here) has dropped the Linksys blue color and has taken the flat black look more common of its Cisco parent. The family of RangePlus products uses Multiple Input, Multiple Output (MIMO) technology to provide better coverage in a larger area with fewer dead spots. Although Linksys would like you to buy all the products as they are designed to work together, they will likely support the standard 802.11 b/g. The products do however feature some added features unique to Linksys that make setup a little easier.

Phoebus 3G WiFi Router – Pyramid Style

Posted in Routers,Wi-Fi by Chetz on July 27th, 2007

Phoebus 3G WiFi router shaped like a pyramidTired of having those bland little rectangle-shaped networking components? Would you like to try and add a little style to the clutter of cables and boxes in your office? Top Global thought you might and took a little Egyptian inspiration in making the 3G Phoebus WiFi router.

While this is not ground-breaking technology the package is certainly something different. The Phoebus is shaped like a pyramid and works as a WiFi router to share your 3G card (EV-DO, UMTS, HSDPA and EDGE/GPRS) with multiple computers or anyone else within range. You’re not going to get the speed you would find from a WiFi router connected to broadband but if you’re in an area without much in the way of internet connections (but you can get your world phone signal) the 3G Phoebus will serve you well.

For a $289 price tag …

Belkin N1 Vision makes wireless routers sexy

Posted in Accessories,Belkin,Networking,Routers,Wi-Fi by Nino Marchetti on July 11th, 2007

Belkin N1 VisionBelkin is getting ready to unleash upon wireless Internet users a smart looking router with an interactive display for giving you information on your network. The Belkin N1 Vision is priced at around $200 and will be out in late July.

The Belkin N1 Vision offers wireless 802.11n1 3×3 MIMO radio design and wired gigabit ports for connectivity options. It has a plug-and-play design with no software installation required. A panel with control on the wireless router let you view your network’s broadband speed, computer bandwidth usage, the status of connected network devices and the date/time.

Buffalo’s Latest NFINITI Giga Draft-N Router

Posted in Buffalo,Routers,Wi-Fi by Darrin Olson on July 1st, 2007

Buffalo NFINITI Giga draft-N router WZR-AMPG300NHBuffalo has released the latest in their NFINITI Giga line of routers, this one being the easy-to-remember WZR-AMPG300NH. This draft-N piece of WiFi equipment all supports the previous 802.11a, b and g and brings real transfer speeds of up to 153Mbps. The NFINITI Giga router also supports MIMO technology with it’s 3 big antenna’s and WPA2 certification for your protection.

Buffalo is saying that this new dual channel router will be bringing it’s high speeds in the latest protocol sometime later this month, but currently only in Japan, retailing for ¥31,700 (about $258).

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Hacks Compromise Home Internet Routers

Posted in Hacks,News,Routers by Darrin Olson on February 15th, 2007

Javascript hacks compromise many home internet routers.Last summer I was trying to impress my neighbors, betting that I could hack into their router. After hearing for a few minutes that the mere notion was probably one of the geekiest things they had heard, I proceeded to show them (with their permission of course).

By them having a wireless router, I was able to connect to their unsecured WiFi network with very little difficulty, and then I took a guess that they probably had a Linksys or D-Link router. Guessing at the Linksys model first, I went to the Linksys website, and read the installation instructions to get the management URL and default username and password. Within about 5 minutes I was in and secured the WiFi with my own password that I did not tell them. Now I was in and they were out.

I would not consider myself …

Apple Unveils New Airport Extreme with 802.11n

Posted in Apple,Networking,News,Routers by Darrin Olson on January 10th, 2007

Apple released the new Airport Extreme Base Station with 802.11nAlthough greatly overshadowed by recent releases of the Apple TV and the iPhone, the new Apple Airport Extreme Base Station was also recently released by Apple and probably deserves a little more recognition than it’s gotten so far.

The new Airport Extreme is an upgrade from the previous version in multiple ways. The design changed to a square look, similar to that of a mini-Mac or the new Apple TV, with small dimensions of only 1.3 inches high and 6.5 inches square. The wireless capabilities are the other major upgrade which now covers the new 802.11n standard, but is still backwards compatible with the 802.11b and 802.11g technologies.

“The new Airport Extreme is the most powerful and easy to use Wi-Fi base station that we have ever made,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide …

ZoneAlarm Z100G Router is Complete Security Solution for Home Networks

Posted in Routers,Security by Paul Patterson on November 7th, 2006

ZoneAlarm Z100GZoneAlarm has paired with Check Point to develop the first complete security solution for home networks. The ZoneAlarm Secure Wireless Router Z100G features a firewall, a customizable gateway antivirus solution, an integrated print server, intrusion prevention, and a wireless, remote access point all into one device.

The Z100G includes the same Check Point security technology chosen by 98% of the Fortune 500 companies. In addition, you can enjoy of the freedom of extended range (XR) technology and wander up to 982 ft indoors from your access point. Support for Super G lets you share files at wireless network speeds of up to 108 mbps over your newly secure network. Other features include:

Firewall – Check Point’s patented stateful packet inspection (SPI) technology.
Gateway Antivirus – Blocks viruses before they reach your network.
Remote Access VPN – Enable secure remote access to your home PC using Virtual …

D-Link Enters WiMAX Fray with 802.16-2005 Compliant Router

Posted in News,Routers,WiMAX by Paul Patterson on October 19th, 2006

DLinkD-Link recently announced its entry into the WiMAX market with the release of the D-Link 802.16-2005 WiMAX Router. This new router is designed to give service providers a competitively priced option for fulfilling the expensive “last mile” segment for wireless residential service.

The D-Link WiMAX router combines WiMAX and Wi-Fi technologies to provide a single solution for in-house wireless coverage. The router features easy installation and remote administration features for service providers making it an ideal, cost-effective option for delivering a fast and secure broadband connection to consumers who are not reachable by DSL or Cable broadband services.

WiMAX is a practical alternative for broadband access that has previously been unavailable in areas without pre-existing physical cable or telephone networks. WiMAX also has potential uses in connecting Wi-Fi hotspots with each other and providing high-speed mobile data and telecommunications services (4G).

The D-Link 802.16-2005 WiMAX Router will …