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Wireless Router w/ WiFi Range Extender Mode (300 Mbps) by Medialink - Easy YouTube Setup Video (Part# MWNWAPR300N )

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  • WHAT IT DOES: This router can create a WiFi network for your devices OR enhance your existing WiFi network (better coverage, no dead zones) with its range extender mode.
  • WHEN 1 BASIC ROUTER DOESN'T CUT IT: Some homes/offices need multiple WiFi access points to reach every nook & cranny. Add this unit to your current WiFi network to fix that! We recommend 1 for every 1000FT.
  • SETUP IS EASY: It's up and running in minutes! We've made a video for range extender mode setup. And router setup is even simpler.
  • CUSTOMER SUPPORT: ...If you even need it! We're in the USA. We understand you, and you understand us.
  • IT'S REALLY SECURE: Super safe and compatible. Supports the latest security features and works with all of your "Smart" gadgets/gismos/thingamajigs.
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Product Description

Wireless Range Extender & Wireless Router Combo (300 Mbps) by Medialink-2.4GHz-802.11b/g/n

This Medialink Router & Range Extender can create a WiFi network for you to wireless connect your devices to the internet. Do you want better WiFi coverage than what you are getting from your existing wireless router? This unit can alternatively be setup (with the help of an easy YouTube video) to extend your signal into dead zones throughout your home.

Product Features
- Extend any existing WiFi network or create a new network
- YouTube videos for easy setup at youtube.com/mediabridgeusa
- Internal antennas & 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
- Wireless transmission speeds up to 300Mbps (not the same as download speeds)

Specifications
- Supports 802.11b/g/n clients operating on 2.4GHz
- Modes: Wireless Router or Range Extender (Wireless WAN)
- Security: WEP, WPA, WPA2, WPS
- Antenna: 2 internal 2Tx2R
- 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
- Output: 9V, 1A

Compatibility
Works with all operating systems, Smartphones, tablets, Wi-Fi enabled devices, manufacturers' 2.4 GHz wireless adapters & most manufacturers' DSL/cable modems

Product Information

Product Dimensions 8.5 x 6.2 x 3.4 inches
Item Weight 14.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Medialink Products, LLC.
ASIN B0044YU60M
Item model number MWN-WAPR300N
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4.0 out of 5 stars 6,292 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #43 in Computers & Accessories > Routers
Date first available at Amazon.com September 28, 2010

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Verified Purchase
Well, now having the need for a wireless N network I did a bit of research into which router I should buy. After reading so many positive reviews, I kept teetering on whether or not I should try this one out... especially since I hadn't heard of the company and the price point was so low. Eventually I figured "what could it hurt" and ordered it. I immediately got an email from the company thanking me for the order which included the support information if needed. That was a nice touch.

The bottom line is that I'm VERY glad I ordered this. Set up was a breeze if you follow the very simple instructions to the letter. I was up and running in minutes.

My other concern was how well it would sing with my Cisco Wireless N Bridge(The Cisco-Linksys WET610N Dual-Band Wireless-N Gaming and Video Adapter)in my living room which is notoriously finicky with non-Cisco product integration. I'm very pleased to report that it immediately started communicating once set up, and has been rock solid for 3 days streaming Hi Def 720p and 1080p video. The signal strength is fantastic and has out performed other routers I have owned in the past. Time will tell how it holds up over the long run. I will update this post if anything goes awry.

Finally as icing on the cake, the router just looks cool. Thats always a happy bonus!

The only negative I could find is that the tech support line isn't 24 hours. Seeing as how I didn't need it, I suppose that really isn't a negative in the truest sense.

I'm a heavy Amazon user who doesn't even write reviews yet felt compelled to for this gem. A Great product, at a great price, and easy set up. Who could ask for more?
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This is my first wireless router ever, and I am very happy with it after a month of use.One thing that I have discovered is that the User Manual, Quick Installation Guide, and Installation Software are OUT OF DATE when it comes to the security settings that they recommend for this router.They recommend WPA-Personal for your security setting.But WPA2 is the NEWER and MORE SECURE method for wireless routers.

When you are on the Medialink's router settings screen, click on WLAN settings, then scroll down and click on 'Security Settings'. CHANGE your security mode to
'WPA2-Personal' On the same screen, ALSO CHANGE the WPA Algorithms to 'AES'.

I don't know if it is just a coincidence, but after changing my router and the computer I wirelessly hooked it to from WPA to WPA2 AND the Algorithms to AES, the speed of my wireless network immediately increased from 54 Mbps to 150 Mbps!!

So, by switching to WPA2-Personal, you will not only have a MORE SECURE wireless network, but maybe a FASTER one as well!! Medialink should update their manuals and software to recommend WPA2 for their routers....
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My first Medialink Wireless N router did not work properly. I had just switched to Fiber Optics at 30 mbps, and I was getting that directly out of the outlet, but through the router, it was coming in at 1 mbps or less (even worse than my DSL service!). I was having major buyer's regret ... which I didn't expect, because this item had so many 5 star reviews on Amazon! Then, for no apparent reason, it worked for a couple days ... but after that, it choked the bandwidth again. After some time troubleshooting with Mediabridge, it was determined that the unit was likely defective. I received a new one and shipped back the old one. The new one works fine out of the box. The directions, which I had scoured six ways to Saturday on the first one, worked the first time on the second router.

The blue lights are a little bright, and they point right at you, but I can live with it (or get out some electrical tape!). Range seems OK but video download speed seemed to drop off precipitously with distance inside my house ... even more than my old b/g router. However, that could be from the wireless N usb adapter I had to use to connect my laptop at all (the laptop's internal Atheros card worked with the old b/g router but not this Medialink one).

One benefit that cannot be underestimated is that, as many have noted here, is that the tech support (Jarrod Coburn and others at MediaBridge products) is excellent. They appear to be U.S. based, with no language difficulty, no scripting, friendly, helpful, competent, and they actually call you back. I have to say, I haven't had that level of tech support/customer service for an electronic item since the late 1980s when I bought my first Dell computer. It was quite a throwback. Perhaps the future augurs well for MediaBridge.
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I have Verizon Fios. Recently I upgraded, not just to higher speed, but to their new Quantum BS. I saw no improvement what so ever! In my home we have a 1 pc, 1 lap top, 1 Xbox and 1 iPhone connected. Quiet frequently I have a pretty bad lag when when streaming movies and playing games on Xbox live. Even on the PC, which is connected directly to the Fios modem. Via speedtest . net I learned the average speed on the PC was 15 download and 8 upload. For my laptop it was 14 download and 6 upload. Wiggity wack.

I just received my Medialink router this afternoon and installed it just a bit ago. The instructions were simple, the process took me about 7 minutes. I noticed a few other Fios user's review and they had to contact Media Link for assistance. That was not needed for me. The router came with two sets of instructions, one for DSL users, and one for "ALL USERS, EXPECT USERS WITH A DSL MODEM&" I used the instructions for all users since Fios is not DSL. Easy peasy baby.

FUDGE CAKES! I just tested my speeds again. Average on my pc is now..... 77 DOWNLOAD! 30 ON UPLOAD <<--Impressive. On the laptop my average speed is 30 download and 27 upload. I'm a happy customer.

Gracias Medialink!
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