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TP-LINK TL-WR841N Wireless N300 Home Router, 300Mpbs, IP QoS, WPS Button

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  • Has 2 fixed omni directional antennas
  • Supports UPnP, DDNS, static routing, VPN Pass-through
  • Supports 64/128/152-bit WEP, complies with 128 bit WPA standard(TKIP/AES)
  • Built-in DHCP server with automatic dynamic IP address distribution
  • Supports configuration file backup and restore
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.3 x 8.9 x 2.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0037D51FQ
  • Item model number: TL-WR841N
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (427 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,717 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

300Mbps 2.4GHz compatible with 802.11n/g/bBuilt-in 4-port Switchwith 2 fixed antennas. One Button Security Setup. IP QoS control bandwidth reasonably parental control function. QoS function. WPA / WPA2 Encryptions. CCA avoids channel conflicts.


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Customer Reviews

This router is very stable, easy to set up and has a great range.
C. Carter
It used to be only once every day or two, but now it drops the signal almost immediately after I restart it.
Owen C Wright
It was very easy to install with the mini CD and follow the On Screen Easy Step Instructions.
Irene

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

129 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Just_me on September 22, 2010
This router is great. I bought one about 4 months ago and it has been running since the day I got it. No freezes, lockups, no drop in speed.

The only things about this router is, do not use the CD that comes with it. Manually set the network up in the router. If you have a basic knowledge of routers/networking it is an easy setup. Also, it does run a little hot. However, if you elevate it to allow air to pass under it as well it keeps it considerably cooler.

I would buy this product again.
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83 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 29, 2011
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I am really impressed with this router and I am very pleased with this purchase especially at this price!

I wanted a low-cost replacement and got tired of spending a lot of money for routers that worked "okay". I have owned three Linksys routers: BEFW11S, WRT54G and WRT54GS; all had problems requiring constant physical reboots at least every day (even with DD-WRT isntalled). Eventually replaced these with an Airport Extreme Wireless N a year ago. The AE was a HUGE disappointment and for $199 I was severely irate that the Linksys had MORE controls and features for 1/3 the cost. Unfortunately the AE did not need resetting like the Linksys'. With my bad experience I wasn't about to drop another hundred for a Buffalo or Asus either.

My original intent of this router was to install OpenWRT and Gargoyle for the bandwidth monitoring and control so the pricetag of $35 was my deciding factor --if I screwed up flashing it, I would only be out a small chunk of change... However, if you do want to run custom firmware, this router is (generally speaking) unsupported; mine shipped as v7.1 and thus far v5 is the only supported/released version.

Upon physically installing the router I immediately noticed the webadmin IP address, username and password printed on the identification sticker located on the bottom of the router. Wow, no needing a manual just to login; what a great start! The remaining portion of router setup was extremely simple and if ANY of the options did confuse me, the webGUI's right-side contains well written and detailed help info.

The biggest bonus (for me) that came built in this router is bandwidth control. NICE! Just the feature I was wanting. And to think I only bought this to install custom software.
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40 of 46 people found the following review helpful By supernova on November 10, 2010
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The router now sits in the corner, and I almost forgot about it. The reason - it just works with no issues so far.
It was easy to set up, it automatically found all the right settings to connect to my cable modem (once I figured out that I needed to power cycle the modem after I connected the router to it). I manually changed all the WLAN security settings to use an advanced encryption. Similar to the previous reviewer, I did not use the installation CD.
Now the router pairs nicely with a laptop (WLAN N) and a desktop (using another great TP-LINK product - 150Mbps USB adapter TL-WN722N). Desktop reports 150Mbps link all the time (about 30 feet distance), and so far I experienced no dropped connection, despite having many active WLAN routers around my apartment. During installation, I looked for the least used WLAN channel and set the router to use it.
I did an extensive research to find the best moderately priced 300bps WLAN N router before choosing this product, and so far I am very happy with my choice.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Matt H. on December 5, 2011
This is replacing my old Linksys G router which has been as solid as a rock. Time to jump to N, and I'm glad I did. I was hesitant to stray from the Linksys/Cisco brand because I've had such good luck with it, but the good reviews of the TP-Link and low price made it too hard to resist. I was not disappointed. I have multiple devices on my network at home: 2 laptops (1 MacBook, 1 HP), a Wii, PS3, iPhone, Android and HP Touchpad. Across the board the performance is markedly better. Time to connect is faster, as is overall transmissions speeds.

Physically, it's a solid device. Not flimsy, has some heft to it. It also has two really large, thick antennas. Signal strength of my devices is across the board about 20% better than with my previous router. Not sure if that's just N vs. G, or if it's the router. But either way, I'm happy.

Setup was a snap. I did not use the CD. If you've ever setup a wireless network before, I don't think it's necessary. Plug direct into your PC/Laptop and navigate to 192.168.1.1 and type in username/password (admin/admin by default), should be able to go from there.

Highly recommend.
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30 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Klaus Georg on December 30, 2010
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I don't generally review products but this one deserves kudos.

I had a WiFi G router and it just wasn't doing the job anymore, between Laptops, desktops with no ethernet access, blackberries, and now a new Roku player, we needed a wireless upgrade.

As some other users mentioned, I just went with the manual install, no CD. Just go to 192.168.1.1 and you can click Quick Setup. There were two minor blips--one is the auto-detect tried to say Static IP but the correct option is Dynamic, so just selected that manually, no biggie. The second was I had to reboot the Cable modem. After that everything worked smoothly. I named the network the same as the old one with the same passkey and none of my other devices even needed any updating.

Done. The whole process took 10 minutes and the connection is so much faster all around. By the way I live in a big high rise with lots of networks in range, and the interference is probably relatively strong, but the router is handling it beautifully.

I also bought a TP-Link 300Mbs usb wireless card and that worked just as quickly.
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