Medialink Wireless Router - Refurbished (150 Mbps) - Easy YouTube Setup Video (Part# MWNWAPR150N )
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- An ideal and secure way to add a wireless internet connection to your standard-sized home or small office, with wireless connection speeds of up to 150 Mbps. Easily browse the web, transfer files, check E-mails, chat on Skype, play online games, stream YouTube videos and more (2.4GHz wireless-N technology)
- Internal antenna and wall mounting ability lets you enjoy the internet, without stressing over tangled cables or clutter. Included step-by-step installation CD makes configuring the router simple. Quality of Service (QoS) traffic prioritization technology delivers smooth performance for music, voice and video.
- Supports all of the latest wireless security features, like encryption methods and firewall, protecting your network against unauthorized access and malicious attacks. Parents and network administrators can manage internet filtering and bandwidth control for specific devices.
- 2 Ethernet WAN port and 4 interchangeable 10/100 Mbps LAN ports, for direct computer connections. Front panel LED indicators make it easy to identify that status of your connection. Complies with wireless standards, works with all operating systems (Mac, PC, Linux, etc)
- WHQL Certified by Microsoft to be compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and Windows 2000 (also supports Mac, Windows 8, Linux, and others that do not offer certification). Backwards compatible with older Wi-Fi networks and 802.11b/g devices.
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||Mediabridge||Amazon.com||Mediabridge||J-Electronics||Amazon.com|
|Data Transfer Rate||150 MB per second||1,200 MB per second||1,200 Mb per second||150 MB per second||300||300 MB per second|
|Item Dimensions||6.2 x 8.5 x 3.4 in||7.07 x 8.9 x 3.02 in||6.4 x 9.6 x 1.3 in||1 x 2 x 2 in||8.1 x 11 x 2.35 in||1.3 x 5.1 x 7.6 in|
|Item Weight||0.9 lb||0.93 lb||—||2 ounces||4.34 ounces||0.55 lb|
|Total LAN Ports||4||4||4||1||4||4|
|Wireless Compability||802.11bgn||802.11 A/C||802.11 A/C||802.11bgn, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency||2.4 GHz Radio Frequency||802.11bgn|
Medialink Wireless-N Broadband Router - Refurbished (150 Mbps)-2.4GHz-802.11b/g/n
A secure way to add a wireless internet network to a home/office, with connection speeds up to 150 Mbps. Surf the web, file share, Email, stream videos & more from 300FT away. It supports security features, like encryption methods, passwords & firewall, preventing unauthorized access. Manage online filters & bandwidth control for devices. It complies with wireless standards, and is backwards compatible with older Wi-Fi networks & 802.11b/g devices.
- Wireless connection speeds up to 150Mbps
- Includes setup CD for easy installation
- Internal antenna & wall mounting to save desk space
- 4 10/100 Mbps LAN ports for wired connections
- QoS traffic prioritization for smooth performance
- Stylish LED’s identify your connection status
- Supports 802.11b, 802.11g & 802.11n adapters operating on 2.4GHz wavelength
- Security: WEP, WPA, WPA2, WPS, TKIP & AES-64/128 bit encryption
- Antenna: 1 internal
- Connection types: PPPoE, dynamic, static, PPTP, L2TP
- Port forwarding, DMZ host, static routing, VPN passthrough
- Transmit power: 20 dBm
- DDNS: Supports No-IP
- Power adapter: Suitable for international use
- Input: 110-240VAC, 50/60Hz, 0.3A
- Output: 9V-0.6A (600mA)
Works with all operating systems, Smartphones, tablets, Wi-Fi enabled devices, manufacturers’ 2.4 GHz wireless adapters & most manufacturers' DSL/cable modems
Microsoft WHQL Certified to be compatible with 32/64 bit Windows 7, Vista, XP & 2000 (also supports Mac, Windows 8, Linux & others that don’t offer certification)
Limited 1 Year Warranty
Call us Mon-Sat 9AM-6PM Eastern (extended hours Tue/Thu until 9PM). Emails answered within 1 business day
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In terms of real world performance, from a verified purchaser, my experience has been good with these routers on a single network, using the 2nd router in range extender / wireless access point mode. Setup was easy per the Medialink user manual.
My house is an L shaped brick rambler over full basement with open rafters, so I was able to install one router in each end of the house, each sitting on top of a beam, such that they were under the hardwood flooring of the main floor. I had tried to make one router work at first by placing it centrally, but brick homes, with old plaster and wire walls with a behemoth of a sandstone fireplace isn't conducive to wireless, hence the need for a 2nd router.
Connected to the main router was the cable modem, cable to the 2nd router, a Cisco VOIP device, a NAS drive, and an 8 port switch to which was connected a Windows7 PC (running 24x7) and pair of Silicondust HD Homerun digital tuners that powered my Snapstream BeyondTV PVR setup. The 2nd router connected a pair of old non-wireless printers stuffed in the coat closet.
The network served 4 Windows 7 wireless desktops, 4 Kindles, 3 Roku devices, 2 laptops, a netbook, and guests, without issue of any kind. I routinely backed up all the PCs with Macrium Reflect Free to a notebook USB drive and then transferred the file to the NAS server, accessed internet from every capable device, watched live TV with the Silicondust software from EVERY PC and streamed recorded TV from the NAS server with VLC player and the Mega CODEC pack. I used Newsbin6 to access and download programs from Usenet binary archives, which were reassembled from PAR files over the network to the NAS server, flawlessly.
In the 2 years (give or take) that I used this setup, I had to reboot the routers just 3 or 4 times. I upgraded the firmware twice as best I can recall.
These routers, at the current pricing level, are an excellent bargain for a wireless N router. In a brick home like mine (described above), I'd put the range at about 35' radius.
Regarding the negative reviews, well, most were part of the comment-kazi storm and had more to do with an internet 'social media' attack campaign than it had to do with the quality and operation / functionality of the product.
Yeah, I paid a premium price for these, but then, I've gotten excellent service from them and that, as far as I am concerned, is the real value. Putting that in perspective, these 2 routers replaced a dying and trouble prone Linksys G and an Asus N router that locks up when I access the admin pages. It got old, fast with those 2 routers - having to do a pushbutton/factory reset and reconfigure them from the ground up every time they decided to lock up. That you'll just have to take my word on, I guess, since they were purchased elsewhere.
Now, I did not change internet providers or internet service. My usage has also not changed and neither has the placement of the modem or router. So when I began to troubleshoot, I first reset both the modem and router to its OEM settings, no change. Then, I upgraded the firmware on the router, no change. Then I swapped out the modem with a another modem, no change. Finally, I asked to borrow my sisters router (which I purchased for her and is also the same model as mine), and lo and behold the problems vanished.
I knew that I couldn't get a refund from amazon because it already been over 6 months. Then I figured my next best option would be to contact the company directly, but I figured it would be a long shot. I went to their website and to my surprise they had a contact number which was in the US and they had hours Mon-Sat. So I called them and explained my situation and the actions I've taken to resolve my issue and without talking down to me and making me "unplug the router and modem" (I'm looking at you Time Warner techs), they simply asked for my amazon order number and sent me a replacement which I received within a few days.
Sorry for the wall of text, but I was so impressed by their customer service that I will continue recommending their products to my friends and family. As I learned long ago, products may come and go but reputations will make or break you.
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