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TP-LINK TL-WR710N 150Mbps Wireless N Mini Pocket Router, Repeater, Client, 2 LAN Ports, USB Port for Charging and Storage

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  • Multifunctional USB Port for File Sharing and Charging
  • Router, Repeater, Client, AP, Bridge Modes for Different Networking Demands
  • Built-in Power Adapter- No Bulky Power Adapter Needed
  • Portable and Compact-Ideal for Home and Travel Use
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 4.6 x 1.8 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00FRMAOIO
  • Item model number: TL-WR710N
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (206 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 31, 2013

Product Description

Simply Plug-in to Connect

150Mbps Wireless N Mini Pocket Router-TL-WR710N

The TL-WR710N is designed as an ideal solution to weak Wi-Fi or wired only connection at your home or in a hotel room. With the router plugged in, a secure Wi-Fi hotspot for all your Wi-Fi enabled devices is instantly established. Featuring five operating modes, the device allows you to conveniently connect to the internet in different scenarios. With built-in power adapter, flexible USB port for storage and charging, this compact device is the perfect choice for travelers, students, or anyone else who wants to work or play.


Portable and Compact—Made to Move

TL-WR710N is small enough to put into your pocket and take on the road to share the Internet. When your hotel only offers a wired network connection, just plug the network cable into the TL-WR710N and enter the default password to enjoy the convenience of wireless networking in your hotel room.

Multifunctional USB Port for File Sharing and Charging

Equipped with a multifunctional USB 2.0 port, you can share files and media within local networks among your different devices such as PCs, smartphones, and tablets. Also, the USB port can provide power supply (up to 5V/1A) to mobile devices like smartphones or tablets, so that you can avoid the trouble of carrying several chargers while travelling.

Multiple Operating Modes for Different Scenarios

Wireless Router Mode (Default)

Connects to a DSL or cable modem and functions as a 150Mpbs Wireless N router.

  • Anywhere a router is needed to connect to a modem and create a wireless internet network.

Client Mode (TV/Game Console)

Connects to another device via Ethernet cable and acts as an external adaptor to send/receive wireless signal from your wireless network.

  • For your Smart TV, Media Player, game console, or other devices with a built-in Ethernet port. Connect your device to the TL-WR700N to make it Wi-Fi enabled, granting it access to your wireless network.

Repeater Mode

Receives and broadcasts your existing wireless signal to extend wireless range (the network SSID and password will not change). This mode is especially useful for covering areas that receive little or no wireless signal strength.

  • Use in a large house, office, warehouse or anywhere the existing signal is weak and unstable.

Access Point Mode

Connect to a wired network and transform wired Internet access into wireless allowing multiple devices/users to share the Internet.

  • Home, office, and places where only wired network is available. LAN parties, meetings and other environments where a temporary wireless network is needed. Hotels where wireless internet or multiple devices are charged for a higher fee.

WISP Client Router Mode

Connect to an outdoor WISP (Wireless Internet Service Provider) AP to allow multiple devices/users share the same wireless internet connection.

  • For WISP subscribers, log in to the WISP account to establish a Wi-Fi hotspot through an outdoor WISP AP.

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Wireless Speed
150Mbps 150Mbps
Interface
1 10/100Mbps WAN/LAN Port, 1 10/100Mbps LAN Port 1 10/100Mbps WAN/LAN Port 
USB Port for Files Sharing and Charging

(Power Supply up to 5V/1A)
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Foldable Plugs
Operation Modes
Router, Client, Repeater, Access Point, WISP Client Router Router, Client, Repeater, Access Point, Bridge
Dimensions
3.3 x 3.0 x 1.1 in. (85 x 75 x28 mm) 3.2 x 2.8 x 1.1 in. (81 x 71 x 28mm)

Package Contents

  • 150Mbps Wireless N Mini Procket Router Advanced Edition TL-WR710N
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • User Manual Resource CD

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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By D. Douglas on December 27, 2013
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I put together a media server for my car with this. Road trips will never be boring again. I plug a little USB 1Tb drive into it. The drive has hundreds of movies on it and thousands of songs. Everyone in the vehicle can stream different movies from the USB drive through this little router simultaneously. This thing is basically the hardware and the software for a pocket, portable media center. This, with a USB drive attached and a tablet for each person connecting wirelessly makes $2,000 or $3,000 OEM car entertainment systems look primitive and limited. My car has an AC outlet which makes it easy. Otherwise you'd just need a lighter socket to AC adapter. It was easy to configure, it is a small unit and so far it has been perfectly reliable.
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58 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Ginny E. Barton on January 5, 2014
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I was excited to find this product when I was looking for a solution to using my Chromecast in hotels while on the road. It also shows promise as a solution when abroad where wifi is usually $$$, and I can use it to connect several devices to one paid connection.

After a couple trips with it (and a lot of patience), it seems to be a fairly solid and reliable device. HOWEVER (and this is a very big caveat), the firmware is VERY VERY buggy and has a lot of quirks that prevent this from being easy to use or setup.

As a traditional router or AP connected to a wired internet or LAN connection, it is fairly straightforward and easy to setup.

However, if you plan to use WISP mode (probably the most useful mode for travelers) or repeater mode: BRING AN ETHERNET CABLE AND LAPTOP WITH YOU!!! EVERY TRIP. In these modes (especially WISP mode), this device cannot be reliably configured over its own wifi network. Any hiccup or misconfiguration will render the wifi radio useless and you will have to physically connect to fix the device, reboot it, and get the wifi radio working again.

In WISP mode, wifi will not reliably work until you connect to the hotel wifi, get an IP address from the DHCP server, and login past the hotel's gateway login page to gain full access to the internet (which sometimes changes your IP address once you're authenticated). Once you are up and running, you can unplug your laptop and use the wifi, connect your tablet, your cell phone, use your Chromecast all day long. But if you unplug the power, change wifi networks, or change the configuration, you have to physically connect again.

The two main keys: 1. If the wifi radio is acting funky, reboot it from the internal configuration page (unplugging it won't always work). 2.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Lon J. Seidman TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 1, 2014
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TP Link makes a few of these very useful portable routers. This model is their newest one.

It's a small and light weight router that can easily fit in a bag for use when you need to establish a network in a pinch. By default it operates as a standardcable/DSL router and wireless access point but it also has a number of other modes:

1. Router mode as described above
2. Wireless client mode to bridge ethernet only devices to a wireless network
3. Wireless access point mode to establish a new wireless network on the spot
4. Wireless repeater mode to extend an existing wireless network
5. WISP (wireless ISP) mode for connecting to wireless ISP (note this is different from Verizon or AT&T)

The device features two ethernet ports that can both be used when in wireless client mode, allowing two wired devices to bridge to the wireless network. When in router mode one port is for the WAN the other for the LAN.

It also has an onboard USB port that can provide 1 amp of power to charge a cell phone. The USB port also supports storage devices which can be shared over a local area network to connected computers. It's not very secure in that a guest account is hard coded into the device and can't be removed. Account access cannot be set on a folder by folder basis either, so I wouldn't recommend this for mission critical files.

It also has an onboard DLNA server that I found to be problematic - it doesn't always announce itself to the network and when it does my smart television couldn't play any of the video files I had on the flash drive. Those same movie files played on the same television when they were on another DLNA device.

Gripes aside with the USB functionality this is a very versatile networking tool with a great 2 year warranty behind it. I recommend it highly.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Erol Esen VINE VOICE on February 24, 2014
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You can take this little beauty and simply plug into an electric socket. Anywhere in your house. And you will instantly have a wireless network. Now what can you do with it?

First, if you already have a wireless network that's connected to the Internet or the Wide Area Network (WAN), you can pull out your phone or tablet and connect to your new network, e.g. TP-LINK_nnn, it's written in the back of your device as SSID. The password will also be written in the back of the device, see "Wireless Password/PIN". Once you connect to your new network, you can open up a browser in your phone or tablet and go to tplinklogin dot net and the default username and password are both "admin", as it will also tell you in the back of the router. On the right pane of the screen for TP-LINK, in your browser, you will see options. If you select "Working Mode", it will give you a list of all the useful things you can do.

The one I tried first is "Repeater", because my current wireless router's signal seemed weak. Then in the "Wireless Settings" on the left pane, under "Wireless", I connected this router to the other wireless router I have; I did this by clicking on the "Survey" button.

Next thing I know, the signal to my home wireless router is maximum. How sweet is that?? Because TP-LINK is now working as a "repeater", it repeats the signal of my primary wireless router, only stronger.
Other "Working Modes" are:

Wireless Router: Multiple devices can connected the travel router at the same time and have Internet access using ADSL/Cable Modem; ADSL stands for "Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line"...that's how the cable company makes its money: through your subscription.
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