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QoS and UPnP support
Excellent bargain router, but not without it's quirks
Works great as a Wireless Access Point
'sleek white case'
Parents are able to limit web access by blocking offensive content and URL addresses, and the router sends real-time email alerts and logs of all network web activity.'
'Installation CD not compatible'
'Auto-sensing chooses the fastest connections possible on your 10/100 Mbps wide area network and four local area network ports.'
'Unfortunately, we did notice a couple of design blunders.'
'This wireless router also works with 802.11b wireless products so you can use it with your existing 802.11b devices and your new 54 Mbps (802.11g) devices.'
'pretty slim to fit into small areas.'
'latest wireless security features'
'it gave a dismally poor performance at long range.'
'The Access Point built into the Router uses the very latest wireless networking technology, Wireless-N (draft 802.11n).'
'The unit's most distinguishing physical feature is the attractive paddle antenna situated between two traditional antennae on the back of the unit.'
'poor throughput at long range (60 feet through house walls) and multiple failures to complete file transfers,'
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