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Medialink MWN-WAPR300N Wireless-N Broadband Router (300 Mbps) Reviewed

Thecus N4560Does Medialink's MWN-WAPR300N really deserve to be Amazon's best-selling router?

NETGEAR WNR2500 N450 Wireless Router Reviewed

teaser imageNETGEAR's WNR2500 N450 Wireless Router seems to deliver on its claims of improved range.

Ubiquiti Shipping Two New Outdoor APs

Ubiquiti logoUbiquiti has announced two additions to its UniFi outdoor access point family.

Ubiquiti UAP-LR (Long Range) Access Point Reviewed

Ubiquiti UAP-LRThe Ubiquiti's UAP-LR is a decent, inexpensive access point. But only partially lives up to its "Long Range" moniker.

Ubiquiti UniFi 3.0 Enterprise Wi-Fi Platform Reviewed

Ubiquiti UniFiUbiquiti's UniFi 3.0 is a value-priced, centrally-managed Wi-Fi system that can start small, grow big and throws in the controller for free.

5 Tips For Buying A Future Proof Router

How To Future Proof Your Wireless RouterThe best way to future-proof your next wireless router is to plan for the one after it.

How Fast Can Your Wi-Fi Go?

How Fast Can My Wi-Fi Go?Updated - A/B/G/N/AC? G54, N300, AC1750? Does any of this tell you how fast Wi-Fi devices really can go? No. But this article does.

SmallNetBuilder's Classification System for Wi-Fi Products - Revised

What Should We Call This?Updated - We have tweaked our Wi-Fi classification system slightly to adopt commonly used client device terminology.

NETGEAR Suing ASUS For Wireless Hanky Panky

NETGEAR v. ASUSNETGEAR is charging ASUS with shipping at least two wireless routers that are not FCC compliant.

Amped Wireless Trots Out AC1200 Adapter

Amped Wireless logoAmped Wireless will start shipping an AC1200 class USB 3.0 adapter soon.

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Hi all. I see alot of posts about backhaul here and could use some clarity. As I understand it, I can go with Wired ethernet backhaul, or Wifi backhau...
Hi. My router after reboot changes disk names from sda to sdb & back, if I reboot another time. I give labels to both disks - NET & NET2 ,but it happe...
Hi everyone, this is my first post ever here. Hope the answers will be helpful to other users, too …I'm trying to connect two RT-N14UHP routers with t...
HiRT-AC87U, Firmware Version 384.9Router 1, VPNRouter 2, Non VPNThe both routers do have VPN servers setup in them, but mostly Router 2 is used with p...
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