Buffalo Airstation NFINITI WL-N 300MBPS Wireless Broadband Router and Access Point

September 11, 2013 - Comment

The ideal Internet and network solution for the home and small office environment. Perfect for streaming HD movies, music, and e-mailing from multiple PC’s simultaneously. With speeds of up to 300Mbps, the Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti Wireless Router upgrades an existing Wireless connection and provides greater coverage than Wireless-G.Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti Wireless-N Router & Access Point

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The ideal Internet and network solution for the home and small office environment. Perfect for streaming HD movies, music, and e-mailing from multiple PC’s simultaneously. With speeds of up to 300Mbps, the Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti Wireless Router upgrades an existing Wireless connection and provides greater coverage than Wireless-G.Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti Wireless-N Router & Access Point is the next standard Wireless router designed to 802.11n specifications.

The AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS) or Wi-Fi Protected Set-up (WPS) provides a quick and easy way to create secure Wireless connections within minutes. Each connected PC or laptop can use different security levels simultaneously. It is also possible to restrict access from other devices connecting with different encryption levels.

For example TKIP/AES encryptions can be used for your PCs and WEP encryption for a gaming console simultaneously, but if someone tries to access the network using WEP encryption (which is the weakest encryption) they cannot access other devices connected via TKIP/AES. Internal antennae and compact chassis. Can be positioned vertically, horizontally or wall mounted.

Features:

Buffalo Airstation Wireless-N Nfiniti Broadband Router and Access Point.
Supports QoS – WMM Wi-Fi Mulitmedia.
Secure and easy Set-up with AOSS or WPS.
Position vertically, horizontally or wall mounted.
Wireless Connections up to 300Mbps.
Wireless-N 802.11n Wi-Fi Certified ensures compatibility with other certified devices.
Supports WDS to increase coverage and can be configured easily with the push of a button.
With VPN support – secure, remote access to your home or small office network.
Features Wake-on-LAN.
4 in-built Ethernet Ports f

Product Features

  • Ethernet LAN connection: Y
  • Cabling technology: 10 BASE-T 100 BASE-TX
  • Wireless LAN (WLAN) connection: Y
  • Frequency range: 2412-2472GHz
  • Channels quantity: 13

Comments

Ray "Ray" says:

NOT easiest to set up, but decent wireless signals Most important point to note: this router DOES NOT have an ADSL modem built it. It is designed to work with an external broadband modem.I know my way round networking, and still it took me a fair bit of time to get this thing working. The main probably is trying to get into the config page in the first place. With a lot of messing around with the included CD which supposedly gets your PC talking to the router even if it’s on different subnets, but it didn’t want to play.It somehow worked about a lot of restarting the router and changing my PC’s subnet, still not sure how I got into the config page, just happy I did.I am actually only using it was a wireless access point, so I can’t comment on the router features.In terms of wireless performance, it’s decent. I was worried that without any external antenna the signal strength might suffer, but I can report it’s giving me better signals than my aging ‘g’ router which does have an…

W. Cheung "Billy Wing" says:

Excellent router – good value for money I got the router 3days after i have ordered and the set up was very straight forward. I got this to replace my previous Cisco router as it kept disconnecting and connecting, but this Buffalo router has never (touch wood) dropped out and extremely reliable. I’m very happy with it!

JH says:

Extended wireless access solution I have two of these devices which I initially used to wirelessly extend the internet to the other side of the house. Both units provide intenet access either wired using the 4 rj45 ports or wirelessly using the integrated antenna. The first unit is set up as the router and connects to the Virgin cable modem, the second is set to ‘off’ (access point) mode. The link between the two is achieved by enabling ‘WDS’ mode. This worked very well where previous wireless extenders had failed, the only issue was that as they had to use a common wireless channel this was open to interference from neighbours wireless units on both sides of the house.The next major improvement was to introduce two homeplug adaptors to replace the WDS wireless link between the units. WDS was disabled and each of the homeplug adaptors wired into their respective Buffalo router/access point. Each unit now operates on independent wireless channels and devices may be connected wirelessly or wired using one…

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