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ZyXEL P330W 802.11g Wireless Router
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- Advanced WPA2 security
- Network Magic for Personal Network Management
- Built-in 4-port switch features Auto-MDI/MDIX technology
- Wi-Fi certified 802.11g access point
- WPA2 Encryption Support
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|Data Transfer Rate||100||300 MB per second||—||300 MB per second||343 MB per second||100|
|Item Dimensions||9.1 x 10.8 x 2.8 in||1.3 x 5.1 x 7.6 in||9 x 10.5 x 2.75 in||1.3 x 6.8 x 7 in||8 x 10 x 2 in||6.4 x 10.6 x 3.5 in|
|Item Weight||2.75 lbs||0.55 lb||2.08 lbs||1.6 lbs||2 lbs||1.35 lbs|
|Total LAN Ports||4||4||4||4||4||1|
Wireless Home Firewall Router, Wireless router + 4-port switch (integrated), 54 Mbps data transfer rate, 2.4 Ghz frequency band.
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Now the set up was not easy, however I got some help reading a couple of reviews on amazon. For the price and the features this comes with, you can't go wrong.
I had to take one star away because it's been dropping connection as of late...probably do to aging. April 2013
First off, I will acknowledge that I am not a technical guru by any stretch and I apologize off the bat if I mangle networking lingo.
A device that serves as a bridge allows you to hook up a device (laptop, xbox 360) wirelessly to your network. The advantage is that the bridge does not have to be directly connected to your internet/modem feed--the bridge establishes a wireless connection with your wireless modem and then you can plug your device (laptop, xbox 360) into the bridge as if it were connected directly (wired) to your network
I bought this device specifically to hook up xbox live for my son. The tv is in the basement and it is not practical for us to have a wired connection to our internet router which is upstairs - thus a bridge is a nice alternative. Xbox sells a bridge device specifically for this purpose but I did not want to spend $90 on it. Instead, I bought this much cheaper but spent two hours of my life configuring it - it was a little tricky but once I got it configured, it seems to be working very well. I am hoping I can save folks a little time and hassle.
First of all, I would refer to this thread for help: [...] (Credit Jim Anderson)
****Jim Anderson's Instructions*****
Connect a PC to one of the 330W LAN ports and set it to obtain an IP address automatically (if you have previously disabled the DHCP server on the 330W you will have to manually set the PC to an IP address on the same subnet)
In IE open 192.168.10.1 if the 330W is running newer firmware or 192.168.1.1 for older firmware(or the current IP address of the 330W)
In the LAN setup screen disable the DHCP server, set it to a non conflicting IP address on the same subnet as the rest of your network, and save
Change the PC to use the second non conflicting addresss, correct subnet mask for your netwrk (usually 255.255.255.0) and gateway the IP address of your router.
In IE open the IP address you assigned the 330W
On the operation mode setup screen set bridge and save
On the wireless basic settings screen select client mode, enter the SSID of your network and save
On the wireless security screen select your encryption type, enter the key/passphrase, and save
On the site survey screen refresh, select your wireless network, and connect
Optional and recommended - on the password page enter a new router password and save
If device security is not an issue write the new password and IP address on a sticker and attach sticker to bottom of unit
If your PC normally obtains an IP address automatically, go into the newtwork setting to restore this setting
You should now be connected through the 330W to your wireless network and have access to its setup at its new IP address
***End Jim Anderson's instructions*********
My comments to Jim Anderson's instructions
- It is not real clear but essentially you first have to hook up your 330w directly to a computer to configure it. Once configured, you will be able to detach from your computer and use as a bridge
- As I configured it, I did not hook up the 330w to the computer on which my comcast internet modem and wireless router resides. Instead I hooked it up directly to another computer (from the network jack of the other computer to one of the lan ports on the 330W) This allowed me to synch up with my wireless router once I had configured the 330w bridge
- Also, Anderson talks about the need to change the ip address of the 330w. I tried that several times and everytime the 330 froze up on me and I had to restart. I ended up leaving it as is and it eventually worked (My comcast set up ip address goes thru 192.168.1.0 and the 330w's default ip is 192.168.10.1. this ended up not being a problem for my particular setup
- As I went through the other steps Anderson recommends, i noticed it would take awhile for the 330w to synch/adjust to each new setting (there are about 4 things you have to change). I guess the trick is to be patient - i sometimes had to X out of the setup and go back to the 192.168.10.1 address and would typically find that the change had taken effect although it did not automatically go back to the main screen after I saved the new setting
- I think you will know if you have it configured correctly once you do the site survey step. The 330w checks to see what wireless routers are available - click on yours and click the connect button and if it says connected you are good. Even if it says it is not connecting, I would recommend that you power off the 330w and let it synch back up and try again. this helped me
- Once you establish the connection through the site survey step, you can unplug your newly configured bridge and put it in the location where you want to use it and you should be good to go. All you need is to plug the power in and then use a network cable (supplied) to hook the bridge and your device (laptop, xbox, whatever) together
I hope this helps. Like it said, it took me a while to figure it out but so far it is working very well
email me at email@example.com if questions
This is a great deal for a wireless bridge. I don't know how good it can be as a router.
Received P-330W v2 with latest firmware loaded. I use it as a wireless bridge for my internet capable Blu-Ray player and HDTV. Problem free video and audio streaming from Netflix, Sony, You Tube, and Slacker. Having four LAN ports is an advantage over dedicated single-port gaming adapter type bridges.
Bridge mode/Client setup is fairly straight forward but some options are not intuitive. Download the User Guide before setup because the Quick Start guide will not get you very far. Bridge setup has been covered in other reviews and elsewhere on the interwebs.
No CLI or console via telnet. As far as I can tell it is not a ZyNOS device.
Even with the less than stellar documentation associated with creating a bridge and was very close to giving this 5 stars. The documentation for setting this device up as a 'normal' router seemed pretty comprehensive. The router is a terrific value.
Only negative was waiting over a week for shipment from Amazon. Order was entered Dec 1, 2009 but was not even shipped until the 5th. Wow. I wish Newegg would carry this product.
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