Released August, 2010
The Pros:Works flexibly as a bridge or a WAP. Consistent throughput with enough bandwidth for streaming video. Minimal profile can fit in anywhere.
The Cons:Takes longer than the screen tells you to reset the unit after changes have been made, a few minutes, makes you think something is wrong. Packaging isn't very clear about the product's capabilities, need to make sure to do your research. Web management interface is quirky and difficult to get used to.
The Buffalo WCR-GN is an N-Technology Wireless-N150 Router & Access Point designed to add high-speed, 150Mbps wireless connectivity throughout a home or office. Designed to deliver faster data rates than conventional 802.11 products, the pulls in bandwidth from a wired 10/100 Ethernet port and spreads it via a 2.4Ghz frequency range.
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Plus it is WDS compliant, meaning the signal can be further spread via the addition of more access points. Additional features include support for AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS) for quickly connecting to any AOSS-compliant router or access point; a compact design that allows it lay upright or mounted onto a wall; and advanced security options.
- Wireless-N150 Router / Access Point
- Compact/Lightweight Design
- 802.11b/g/n Connectivity
- 150Mbps Data Transfer
- Ethernet LAN/WAN Ports
- Wireless Distribution System Compliant
- AOSS Compliant
- Adjustable Antenna
- Wi-Fi Protected Setup
- Standards: 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b
- Frequency Range: 2412-2462Mhz
- Security: WPA2-PSK (AES, TKIP), WPA-PSK (AES, TIKIP)
- Security: 128/64-bit WEP
- Wired Interface (x4 LAN): 10/100Mbps
- Wired Interface (x1 WAN): 10/100Mbps
User Reviews (2)
works flexibly as a bridge or a WAP
consistent throughput with enough bandwidth for streaming video
minimal profile can fit in anywhere
easy to work with, don't need to read instructions to set it up if you've ever done anything like this before
takes longer than the screen tells you to reset the unit after changes have been made, a few minutes, makes you think something is wrong
packaging isn't very clear about the product's capabilities, need to make sure to do your research
web management interface is quirky and difficult to get used to
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