|Item Weight||7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.2 x 0.7 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||TL-WR702N|
|Size||N150 Travel Router|
|Style||N150 Travel Router|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 years|
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TP-LINK IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router (TL-WR702N)
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- Incredibly compact router, perfect for use at home and while traveling
- Quickly create a secure Wi-Fi hotspot to share with family and friends
- 150Mbps Wi-Fi speed for video streaming, Internet calls, and online gaming
- Micro-USB port for flexible powering via an external adapter or USB port
- Supports AP, Client, Router, Repeater, and Bridge modes
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We do not travel as often as I would like but when we do, we have four people who have at least one wifi device with them. Some hotels only have one ethernet cable for the internet. This is the best case scenario for this router because the factory default is for an Access Point. This means you plug in the ethernet cable internet and viola! You now have wifi internet in your hotel room. All the tired campers are happy and quiet before lights out.
I highly suggest reading other reviews for other uses. There is where I learned some of my most useful knowledge on which mode is the right one for any given circumstance. The instructions on the website and in the box are HORRIBLE. And too technical of many of us.
How to log in the change the mode on a Mac:
1) Turn OFF all wifi access.
2) plug an ethernet cable (the little one it comes with is fine) into the router and to your Mac
3) plug the power cable into the router and the wall, A blue light will turn on.
4) Click on the Apple icon on the top left of your screen
5) go to system preferences
6) Click on Networks (its a gray globe)
7) You should see your wifi is turned off and there is a connection called Ethernet. It will most likely be yellow in color. (Mine was until I made the proper adjustments - then it turned green.)
8) Click on the Ethernet
9) There are four settings. change them to read this:
a) Configure IPv4: manually
b) IP Address: 192.168.0.100
c) subnet mask: 255.255.255.255
d) router: 192.168.0.254
Then open your browser (I used Safari) and in the address line enter: 192.168.0.254. Click return.
The screen should open up to the TP-Link management page for the router. You can do the Quick Set up and change the name of wifi you see when you login (SSID) and change the password to something you can remember (the default printed on the bottom is so tiny even those with great vision need a magnifying glass if the light is not perfect and who knows if this is a standard log in that every TP-Link built uses, so for added security you should change this even if you do not change the name of the wifi.)
Also from here you can make other changes based upon your needs and knowledge as well as update firmware.
When you are done, unplug the ethernet from your Mac and turn back on your regular wifi. If you plug the router now into your internet you will see it as an option for logging in.
New week we are traveling with friends and I am going to try a new mode for the first time. It is called the Bridge mode and it will create a second wifi in our hotel room that is more secure. I never trust the security on hotel wifi so I create one with our own password for your room using this I know our information is more secure. I will add to my review to let you know if I am successful.
Additionally, I'd the facts that it uses standard micro-USB port to charge. It allows me to move it to higher location. TP-Link designed it right. Despite all these good features, I can only offer 3 stars for now, may be 4 stars max. There are 4 reasons why:
1.) Problem using Client Mode: the connection is not stable, it frequently "lose" connection. Even if it shows connected, there is no internet connection. I tested on a few different system and a few different router. it is the same. So, I am going to request exchange with Amazon to see if it solve the problem. Note: I only tested the product in router, bridge, and Client mode. I haven't tested the AP mode yet, as I have no need to so far.
2.) After each mode change, it requires reboot. That's ok, however, it requires longer time to re-initiate the connection. Sometimes, it doesn't even connect !! The time it needs to reconnect is around 3 to 5 min.
3.) I would prefer that it has an external switch that allows user to change mode, and not requiring a computer to connect to it,
then change mode. Additionally, there is no light or other indicator on the product to show which mode it is currently on now.
4.) The USB charging cable ... It is good that it has detachable, in the case it, one can repurchase a new one cheap and easily. However, it is too short. I hope the manufacture offer at least 4 feet .
I use this product for 2 areas. One is to make my Ethernet ready Laser printer to connect wirelessly. Two is allow other level of the house have better signal. .
This thing has been really handy in segregating my devices from the rest of those on public WiFi. I haven't tested out every mode it has available, but the repeater mode(?) works great. I add a question mark because it's not always clear what each mode does and I think they could've explained it a bit better.
The guided/wizard mode doesn't always work that well, either because it's buggy or they don't explain what each input is very well. Usually I end up going to the advanced mode and just playing around until it works.