We're offering this top-of-the-line Wired-only Internet Router for our customer's ease-of-use. This plug-and-play router (ready to power up and plug in) is ready to go and enable you to use your Internet connection with multiple devices - computers, TVs, printers, tablets/phones, etc. Don't want WiFi at all - this is the best way to ensure it. Get a cable or dsl modem with no wireless capability, and hook it to this router which also has no wireless function or capability at all. This will allow you to network your devices the old fashioned way - fast, reliable, and free from microwave radiation.
Just plug your cable modem into port eth0 - and your devices (computers, TVs, etc) into eth 1, 2, 3, and 4. If you need more ports, simply hook up a Gigabit switch and expand and hook up dozens or even hundreds of devices.
There are a couple other routers available by other manufacturers, such as TP-Link. These have been recommended by some EMF Consultants. However, the performance of these routers comes nowhere near to the performance of our wired router. Tests of, for example the TP-Link TL-R600VPN router, show it's WAN speed (Internet) is not capable of full Gigabit speed. It is only capable of 1/4 of that speed - or about 250 megabits per second. Our router is built for high-performance and ruggedness - withstanding both higher and lower temperatures - optimized power consumption - and pure speed and features available for advanced users if desired.
- Plug-and-Play design - no configuration or setup necessary
- (1) Preconfigured Gigabit WAN (Internet) Port (Port 0) to connect to modem
- (4) Preconfigured (LAN) local ports to connect to computers, TVs, printers, etc Ethernet devices
- Groundable metal housing
- Includes power adapter
- Also supports POE
- Supports multiple Internet connections if desired
- Supports latest networking features such as Routing, Firewall, VPN, QoS, and much more
Extremely simple to hook up:
Plug cable or DSL or fiber modem/gateway into Port 0 on our router and power up our router. Plug client computers/devices or switches into Ports 1-4. Power down your cable/dsl/fiber modem for 30 seconds. Power the modem back up. Your devices should all have fast gigabit connection to the Internet and also be protected by our router's firewall!