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Zuni Digital ZuniConnect 300 Mbps WiFi Router and 4-Port Gigabit Switch (ZGR304F)


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  • Dual Mode Operation - Provides one slide switch to control ROUTER or ACCESS POINT mode of operation.
  • 2T2R Antenna Design - Provides two 802.11 N/G/B internal wireless antennas.
  • High-Speed Data Transfer - Provides connection speeds up-to 300 Mbps (wireless) and 1000 Mbps (wired).
  • Secure Network Connectivity - Supports wireless data encryption with 64/128-Bit WEP, WPA, and WPA2 protocols.
  • Built-In Firewall - Virtual DMZ, DNS Relay, and Universal PNP support.
  • Multiple Connection Types Supported - Supports Static IP, DHCP Client, PPPoE, and PPTP type WAN connections.
  • IPv6 Compatible - Access next generation internet services
  • Powered via A/C Adapter or USB Cable - Router can be powered from and A/C adapter, or from a Mini/Micro USB-to-5v power cable.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 2.8 x 0.6 inches ; 2.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B0069AHIFA
  • Item model number: ZGR304F
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,688 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 17, 2011

Product Description

Amazing that our competitors cannot include all of our features even in a case three times our size. IPv6 compatible, WPS 2.0, enhanced security, multiple power options, 300 Mbps; all in a sleek stealth design. The ZGR304 is a wireless N router with 2T2R MiMo antenna technology, which supports wireless data transfer rates up-to 300 Mbps, and also includes a gigabit switch with (4) RJ-45 ports that support 10-100-1000 Mbps speed for wired devices. The multiple power options give the user multiple placement options. In addition, this router can also be used as an access point to extend your existing wireless network. Imagine The Space You Will Save With This Multifunction Router The Zuni Connect IEEE 802.11n compatible Wireless Router supports data transfer rates up to 300 Mbps utilizing the 2.4 GHz band, while also being backwards compatible with IEEE 802.11 b/g wireless devices. This fast and compact router allows multiple users to share one broadband connection within a highly secure private network. With its built-in 4-port Gigabit switch and wireless AP- LAN, users can share files, printers, and play games all at blazing speeds. Secure Networking To provide a secure wireless network, this router supports wireless data encryption under 64/128-bit WEP, WPA and WPA2 standards. Our Network Address Translation (NAT) Firewall helps shield your communications and network from hackers and wireless eavesdroppers.

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Customer Reviews

Forget about the rest!, as a person on the move you get this, you will not regret it.
Melvin Jafet Vasquez
It is so small (fits in shirt pocket) it fits in a computer case without taking up any room at all.
Hover Lover
With that, I can power the router and charge my smartphone/kindle from the same socket.
GoodbyeWorld

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Hover Lover on September 12, 2012
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Quick and easy, no-brainer setup. Fast wireless. Multi-wireless compatibility modes and multi-voltage (110/220/USB) capability make it great for world-wide travel. My computer allows USB power utilization even without external charging power plugged in. I am using it in Afghanistan to be able to access internet on my iPhone, my computer, and to allow several other friends internet access as well. It's 300 mB/second transmission allows multiple devices with minimal degradation in data transfer. It is so small (fits in shirt pocket) it fits in a computer case without taking up any room at all. Is light weight making it great for air travel. USB power makes it that much more versatile. Produces very little heat if utilized with adequate ventilation space. Would rate higher, but scale ends at five stars. Great computer geek gadget. The only thing required in addition to this purchase is an adapter kit for the various types of electrical outlets found worldwide. This router is a must for international travelers. Extremely satisfied with this purchase.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Justin Rossetti on April 2, 2012
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I'm a tech-head that takes my hardware seriously, so when I bought this, while I did have a very specific purpose in mind (which I'll describe in the next paragraph), I wasn't impressed with the small size and bare-bones feature page on Zuni's website, so I laughed this off as a "well, ir it doesn't work, I'll give it to my wife".

This was purchased specifically to be used in the construction of a "media box": that is, a highly-portable wooden crate/box, inside which was to be mounted a small 1080p tv, roku, xbmc computer, wii, and an xbox 360. The point was to make it all extremely portable (so that all I'd need to do is disconnect one power cord and one ethernet cable, and I'm good to go), this zuniconnect router providing all the wired networking for the devices, and wireless for portable devices wherever I decide to take it. At home, this would be connected to my main gigabit router (in the back of the house) with a 100' cat6, and reside in the front room. The main router being a nice custom DD-WRT setup.

So, it arrived, I ziptied it to the back of the mediabox, plugged in a laptop and fired it up. Initial setup is quite painless and fast, and there's enough features under the lid that it can seriously compete with DD-WRT for advanced users such as myself. It's been up and running for just shy of 4 months with zero issues. Well, after the first 2 months or so, the networking stopped working, which was solved with a reboot - and which can be said no single networking device is immune from the random lock-ups. WAN is configured for DHCP, so the first time I took the whole box over to a friend's house, it was plug-and-play and there were no unexpected issues.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By TheS8nt on October 13, 2012
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I have had this little Gem for a month now. No problems, Just what i was looking for. Triple speed, 802.11b,g,n, USB powered. I am presently using it as i write this review from my hotel room. The ZGR304F replaced a WRT54G running Tomato. I have lost no features other than the external antennas and gained Gig ports in a package half the size of a pack of cigarettes.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By amx512 on October 29, 2012
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I really loved this thing in concept. I needed something really small so I could put it into a Leviton media enclosure in a wall, and this fit the bill. Plus being able to power it from USB, allowed me to not have to deal with yet another wall-wart power supply taking up too much room. So anyway, I got it, and it was awesome. Looks awesome, smaller than I thought, and had some very eccentric features of much more expensive routers!

The problem is so simple its stupid, but utterly a show stopper. The port forwarding/mapping does NOT allow you to remap (bridge) ports. So like any other router out there if you want to map an external port of 8080 to port 80 internally... You can't. You can only map 80 to 80 or 8080 to 8080. You can't remap ports (commonly known as bridging), which is one of the most common things for anyone to do for gaming, or anything else to get around provider blocked ports for access. Even my $9 Chinese knockoff router from 10 years ago could do this. This is entirely an oversight it seems.

Which brings me to my next beef. Their technical support. Entirely non-existanct. I tried 4 times. I didn't expect it fixed or anything right away, but a simple acknowledgment would have been nice. A "Thank you for the idea, we will look into it"... NO, nothing.

Geting returned today. Sad.... So much potential. For the most basic of user, I"m sure its fine, but come on. Its got weird other features like time of day internet access blocking, and IP in and outbound filters -- which are WAY, WAY, overboard for the average user. Just give port bridging like every other router in existence.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steve Harward on September 5, 2012
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I've had this little guy since April 2012 and it's performed admirably. I originally purchased it for my travels (typically a week or two every month) at those hotels that have a wired port in the room, but no wireless, or those that have a weak wireless signal. In those instances it was wonderful. Easy to set up and it's so small I can throw it in my computer bag and forget it's there. I love the 4 wired ports. Came in handy when I was at a site where we needed to set up an ad hoc network in a small room with 3 people and only one LAN port. The real test came when my home router--a Linksys WRT54g with DD-WRT--went south (fyi-that router has been amazing and has worked non-stop for nearly 10 years!). I plugged in this little ZGR304 and within 20 minutes my home wireless network was running again. A little weak on the signal at the opposite end of the house but has worked flawlessly 24/7 for the last two months. I have just installed a new Linksys back home and look foward to having this in my bag during my travels once again.
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