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300 Mbps Wireless-N AP Router, Range Extender
The netis WF2419 300Mbps Wireless N Router is a combined wired and wireless device for SOHO network applications. It's compatible with 802.11b/g/n devices and provides the wireless transfer speed up to 300Mbps, offering a better performance on online gaming, video streaming, and VoIP phone calling. Bundled with two external 5dBi antennas, it builds up a broad wireless coverage and allows you to enjoy the wireless freedom anywhere around your home. With the Setup CD and WPS button, it can help you to build your wireless network in a snap.
- Wireless N speed up to 300Mbps
- Multi-wireless modes to expand the wireless network: AP, WDS, AP+WDS, Client, Repeater
- Easy wireless security encryption with single WPS button
- 2x 5dBi high gain antennas provide better signal coverage and reception
|Standards||IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n|
|Signal Rate||Up to 300Mbps|
|Transmit Power||20dBm (MAX)|
|Data Transfer Rate||
802.11n: 40MHz(300Mbps, 270Mbps, 240Mbps, 180Mbps, 120Mbps, 90Mbps, 60Mbps, 30Mbps)
20MHz (144Mbps, 130Mbps, 115Mbps, 86Mbps, 57Mbps, 43Mbps, 28Mbps, 14Mbps) (Auto-Sense)
801.11g: (54Mbps, 48Mbps, 36Mbps, 24Mbps, 18Mbps, 12Mbps, 11Mbps, 9Mbps, 6Mbps)
802.11b: (11Mbps,9Mbps, 6Mbps, 5.5Mbps, 2Mbps, 1Mbps)
|Wireless Mode||AP, WDS, AP+WDS, Repeater, Client, Multiple AP|
64/128-bit WEP, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES)
SSID Broadcast Enable/Disable
Wireless MAC Filtering
|Standards||IEEE 802.3 10Base-T, IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX|
1x 10/100M Auto MDI/MDIX RJ45 WAN port
4x 10/100M Auto MDI/MDIX RJ45 LAN port
|LED Indicators||SYS, WPS, WAN, LAN1-LAN4|
|Antenna||2x external 5dBi antennas|
|Power Supply||DC 9V/500mA (Output)|
|Dimensions||171 x 107 x 28 mm|
|WAN Type||DHCP(Dynamic IP), PPPoE, Static IP, WISP|
|Port Forwarding||Virtual Servers, Port Triggering, UPnP, DMZ, FTP Private Port|
|QoS||WMM, Bandwidth Control|
|Access Control||IP/MAC/Domain filtering|
|VPN Pass-through||PPTP, L2TP, IPSEC|
|Others||DDNS, Static Routing, WOL, Remote Management, Firmware Upgrade|
|Certifications||FCC, CE, KC, NCC, BSMI|
|Operating Temperature||0 ~ +40°C|
|Storage Temperature||-40 ~ +70°C|
|Operating Humidity||10 ~ 90% non-condensing|
|Storage Humidity||5 ~ 90% non-condensing|
1x Setup CD
1x Quick Installation Guide
1x Power Adapter
1x Ethernet Cable
Questions and Answers
5 months ago
6 months ago
PROS: It makes my internet faster
7 months ago
PROS: Small, easy set up
CONS: Can't update software without downloading to computer then uploading directly to router when straight connection vs wifi. But all routers may do that.
My usual practice is to swap the standard firmware for something based on Linux. Generally, Linux is far more stable than whatever came with a cheap consumer router, and I hate rebooting routers. I haven't found alternative firmware that will work on this router, however this one feels rock-solid anyway. I think there's Linux inside, and the nmap utility agrees with me.
The web interface is pleasingly clean and straightforward. It has lots of options, too - such as the ability to act as a wireless client (which was missing from the $100 Linksys E6900. Don't get one of those - it still sucks, even with Linux firmware).
I set the Netis to bridge mode because that's all I needed.
I've noticed a new problem since I installed this router - my wireless printer will sometimes become inaccessible to a subset of the machines on the local network. For example, my laptop can ping it, but my wife's can't. It doesn't happen often, but it apparently started after the Netis router was installed. I'm still troubleshooting this problem, but it costs this router a star until I figure out what the problem is.
PROS: - fast
- good range
- no lockups (so far)
- good feature set
- very inexpensive
CONS: - no instructions
- my wireless printer is now sometimes invisible to some of my computers until I reset the printer
PROS: Cheap. Easy. Seems well-built.
I was surprised to discover that its passwords were limited to 64 character alphanumeric only (not even spaces). I use a pass phrase complete with normal spacing and punctuation, so it would not take it.
It isn't supported by DD-WRT, either, so new firmware was not an option.
If all you want is a simple router/access point, this may work for you.