Origianl Brand D-Link 802.11b/g Ethernet Port Wireless Router DIR-655
The D-Link Xtreme N Gigabit Router (DIR-655) lets you quickly create a secure wireless network using the latest draft 802.11n wireless technologies offering greater range and data speeds than the older 802.11b/g standards, (when used with compatible draft 802.11n wireless adapters) while still being fully backwards compatible with them—perfect for mixed-mode environments.
Note: This product we sell is origianal brand new, please feel free to place your order, we offer after sale quality guarteen .
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|Standards||IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED, IEEE 802.11n (draft 2.0)|
|Features||Draft 802.11n speeds up to 14x faster than wireless G|
Greater coverage for your entire home or office
Intelligent QoS technology for superior VoIP and online gaming
Connect computers, game consoles, or media players to the Web
|Package Included||1 x Wireless Router|
1 x Adapter
Thoughts:The box itself looks good from afar, but if you look closely, it is not so pleasing to the eye, as I have it hanging from the ceiling, I do not care.
1) The basic functionality is set to two times, it is absolutely not necessary to know anything. 2) I bought it 1.5 years ago and then it was one of the few devices that support the standard n, which was very important to me. 3) At the moment the price is more than 2 times less than it was when I bought, so that the price is great. 4) I use it with DWA-547 cards - within the grid service provider can receive up to 8-9MB / s (megabytes per second), 5), signal throughout the apartment super, even sit on the toilet, even on the balcony.
1) Blue LEDs - it really infuriates, the router hangs in the hallway at night lights up the entire corridor weak blue light. 2) I can not in any way to customize their view iptv, complied with all recommended that the provider Saporta and different forums - all in vain. I do not know who to blame me, the provider or manufacturer, but the fact remains that I can not watch telly.
D-Link's DIR-655 Xtreme N Gigabit Router was one of the first gigabit draft-2.0 routers, and it's still one of the best. D-Link has added a number of valuable features via firmware updates, such as USB drive and printer sharing, and a special Wi-Fi guest zone.
Factor in a low price tag plus comprehensive routing and firewall features, and it's no wonder the D-Link DIR-655 is one of our top picks.
The D-Link DIR-655's throughput was very good overall, although certainly better at short range. This 3×3 antenna router also performed well with both the 2×3 and the 3×3 Intel cards. Housed in a drab matte-white box, the D-Link DIR-655 Xtreme N Gigabit Router won't win any design awards, but it can be mounted horizontally, vertically, or on a wall. You set up the DIR-655 through its web utility; thanks to the utility's straightforward wizards, we had no problem getting connected. The single USB port on the rear supports flash or hard drives and printers (including multifunction devices).
Drive sharing is easy, but limited by the fact that only one Windows computer (Macs aren't supported at all) can access the drive at a time through a special system tray application. If someone is using a drive and forgets to log out, other users on the network won't be able to access it at all.