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HooToo HT-WR02 Mini Wireless N Router and Signal Repeater, (300 Mbps 802.11 b/g/n Access Point / Router / Repeater / Range Extender with WPS Button)

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  • Access Point: The device is connected to a wired network and transforms the wired Internet access into wireless so that multiple devices can share the Internet. It works as an access point.
  • Router: Connect it to the internet provided by your ISP and broadcasting a wireless signal, to create your own network. Dual LAN Wireless N Mini Router (Dynamic IP/Static IP/PPPoE/PPTP/L2TP), 802.11n technology and is also backwards compatibility with 802.11b/g standards. With wireless speeds of up to 300Mbps, it can handle high bandwidth-consuming applications such as HD video streaming, VoIP, and online multiplayer gaming.
  • Repeater: The device copies and reinforces the existing wireless signal to extend the coverage of the signal. So the network name (SSID) and password don't change. This mode is especially useful for a large space to eliminate signal-blind corners.
  • Bridge: The device connects to an existing wireless network and rebroadcast it under a new name; useful for organizing different users of your network into separate connections: e.g., if you ran a coffee shop and wanted to create a separate network name for your customers to connect to.
  • Client: The mini router/repeater connects to a device such as a Smart TV or video game console using an ethernet cable and then can be used as a wireless adapter, enabling the connected device to connect to the internet wirelessly.
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Technical Details
Item model numberHT-WR02
ColorBlack/Mini Router
Power SourceAC
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00DQH859M
Best Sellers Rank #375,179 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Date First AvailableJuly 2, 2013
  
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cool Guy on July 26, 2013
The HT-WR02 mini wireless N router is not much bigger than a small match box. Much smaller than Hootoo HT-WR01 wireless N repeater. Excellent for travel. When I tried to connect it via Internet Explorer 8 in Windows 7, IE 8 did not show the Wizard page. Chrome and Firefox did. This is why I keep as least two browsers on a PC. I also used my Android phone (v.2.3) web browser. It worked fine. This means you don't need a PC to manage it when you use WR02 in a hotel room to convert wired internet for your Android's WiFi. I usual pre-configure it at home before travel with a password. WR02 can serve numerous roles such as AP, router, repeater, bridge, etc. Setup is easily done on the Wizard page if you understand what these roles do. In the "Repeater" mode, no WiFi signal from WR02 is seen. You can wire your PC or TV to WR02 with a RJ45 ethernet cable. In the "Bridge" modem, WR02 can serve the same wired function, but it also provides WiFi with or without password key. Interestingly, I was no longer able to manage the mini-router once they operated in Repeater or Bridge mode. I had to reset it by pushing the reset button with a paper clip for 10 seconds while plugged it. After that it automatically reboots. Not a problem for me since setup is not done frequently. Another Amazon reviewer found a workaround by tweaking PC Windows IP setup while connected via RJ45 cable, but I think resetting is simpler. You do need to find a paper clip or tooth pick though because the reset button is inside a tiny hole.

When you want to connect to WR02 wirelessly so that you can manage it via its web browser control interface, Win 7 asks for a PIN. Ignore it and proceed with "Connecting to the network without setting it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By V. Sakovich on July 25, 2013
Pros:
This device increases space in my home to make consistent Wi-Fi reception for my Android 4.2.2 tablet.
The device has some different style of working (Repeater, Point of Accesses, etc.)
I use it as a Repeater of my Buffalo Wi-Fi router.
After installation (that not very simple) I can plug-in the device in any room I want to use my tablet with a good reception. It works pretty well.

Cons:
The manual must be better to explain some unusual features. For example, you must reset device for switching from one mode to another. The reset button works very strange, because you need to push the reset button twice for 4 sec and for 10 sec. After that you must unplug device and plug-in it again.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. in Colorado on May 31, 2014
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The HT-WR02 is very reasonably priced and if you are looking for a cheap AP to set up an initial or even a “guest” SSID this will do the trick. 4 stars because the instructions should be easier to set this thing up. I couldn’t initially log in via a wired connection so I followed the directions supplied to login via a wireless connection. I bought this to use as a repeater and I initially tried to set this up on my own which included many resets and much frustration. I then found the review from Philip Lochner (July 19, 2013) which help tremendously. I’ll re-post the main points below and add in what I had to do to get this work the way it should with my network.

Excerpt from Philip Lockner:

The issue was that if you use the setup wizard without doing these other steps, 1) It does not assign itself the existing SSID and 2) Does not give itself a fresh DHCP address from your router (so you can never get back into the device to configure it). The reset button on the device was used several times during my setup. Yes, it does bridge the connection! It just requires you to use a different SSID if you want to use the repeater in say, your backyard.

Again for me, once you run that initial setup wizard, you can't get back into the hotspot to reconfigure it to work on your network. You can't get easily get back on it to reconfigure it's IP, change the SSID, etc. What I had to do was this (apologize for not being super specific, doing it from memory):

Follow the instructions and connect to it's web interface. Ignore the initial setup wizard. Go into the advanced options, and give the device an IP address that's on the same range as your router. At home, I'm at 172.24.50.x, so I gave the hotspot 172.24.50.250.
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It is actually one of the best routers I have ever bought on the design and size (very compact). Works very well. Exactly as designed. Looks very cool, people have asked and complimented on it.
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They emailed me and inquired how the device was working. I emailed them some questions (I set the device up as a repeater) and got a response over the weekend (I didn't expect one until at least Monday). As it turned out, everything was set up correctly and I am getting an enhanced signal (so the WR02 not only extends the signal but also enhances it). My setup is this: I have my router upstairs, and use my laptop and get streaming Netflix through my DVD player in the den downstairs. The WR02 is plugged into an outlet in the den. Using my laptop in the den, I went to inSSIDer.com and found both my upstairs router with the name of my home network and the WR02 which is named "Wireless-N." The upstairs router was reading -47 and the WR02 would read as high as -33, indicating a boost in signal. Prior to setting up the WR02, my Netflix streaming was freezing up on occasion; now, it streams flawlessly. I have to add that, in addition to setting up the WR02, I also rebooted my DVD player and moved the upstairs router further away from my wireless home phone, so these may also be factors as to why my streaming is now working well.
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