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Buffalo Technology Nfiniti WHR-G300N


$70.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very small (5.6 x 5 x 0.9 inches) and sleek looking. Ships with Buffalo-branded DD-WRT firmware as of August 2010. Pretty easy to setup even for the inexperienced.

The Cons:Bridge function is a bit flaky/difficult to setup properly. Included setup instructions are a little inaccurate (possibly outdated).

The Buffalo Technology Nfiniti WHR-G300N is an 802.11b/g/n wireless router built specifically for home and small-office environments. It includes 1 WAN port and 4 LAN ports for 10/100 local Ethernet connectivity.

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Most unique about this model is its AirStation OneTouch Secure System (AOSS). This enables a user to establish an immediate hookup to their network via the push of one button. This eliminates the complicated need for configuring IP addresses, domains, and subnet masks. This technology, in fact, even allows for two AOSS-enabled devices, such as two PCs on the same network, to connect directly to each other—so long as they both have Buffalo Client Manager Software installed on them.

Features

  • 802.11b/g/n Wireless Router / Access Point
  • Wi-Fi Certified
  • AirStation OneTouch Secure System
  • Enhanced Multi-Level Security
  • Simple Web Browser Configuration
  • Built-In Ports w/Auto-Sensing Switch
  • QoS – WMM Wi-Fi Multimedia

Specifications

  • Compliance: 802.11b/g/n
  • Access Mode: Infrastructure
  • Antenna: 2 x 2
  • Security: WPA2, WPA-PSK (AES, TKIP), 128/64-bit WEP
  • Speed/Flow Control: 10/100 Mbps, Auto-Sensing, Auto MDIX
  • Number of LAN Ports: 4 x RJ-45
  • Number of WAN Ports: 1 x RJ-45
  • Setup Utility OS Support: Vista, XP, 2000

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Pros
  • 2

    Very small (5.6 x 5 x 0.9 inches) and sleek looking.

  • 2

    Ships with Buffalo-branded DD-WRT firmware as of August 2010.

  • 2

    Pretty easy to setup even for the inexperienced.

  • 2

    Can setup a virtual WEP network (for WEP only devices like the Nintendo DS) while still having a main WPA network setup and undisturbed.

  • 1

    Great consistency with minimal signal dropping.

Cons
  • 1

    Bridge function is a bit flaky/difficult to setup properly.

  • 1

    Included setup instructions are a little inaccurate (possibly outdated).

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.Wayfarer: #buffalo_technology_nfiniti_whr_g300n I would recommend this router (Buffalo Technology Nfiniti WZR-HP-G300N), I installed two of the Buffalo routers and they works on both 3-stories high buildings for 8 months now. Nov 18, 10
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