Wednesday, May 22nd
In Part 2 of our coverage of Buffalo's first-to-market WZR-D1800H draft 802.11ac router we see how 5 GHz throughput holds up over range and review 2.4 GHz performance.
Updated - In Part 1 of our coverage of Buffalo's first-to-market WZR-D1800H draft 802.11ac router, we look at how much more wireless throughput you can really get from a "1300 Mbps" router.
We found the key to enabling 40 MHz mode in 2.4 GHz and retested the EA2700 to add those results.
Updated - Cisco's new entry-level "app-enabled" router features ho-hum wireless performance.
Cisco's WAP321 should make other makers of small business 802.11n access points sit up and take notice.
New firmware has improved the performance of EnGenius' single-band N ceiling-mount access point.
We take our first look at Cisco's new Linksys "App Enabled" line with the EA3500.
Our quick retest of Amped Wireless' R10000G hasn't changed our mind about its failure to deliver "extreme wireless coverage".
Updated - Need a pocket-sized, budget-friendly 802.11bgn AP, router, bridge, client, repeater? TP-LINK thinks it's got one you'll like. Us? We're not so convinced.
Updated: D-Link's DIR-605L Cloud Router is a decent entry-level 802.11bgn router, but not really very cloud-enabled.
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Router Rebooting on its own
re: external hard drive on router
tmpfs - resizable?
Retrieve external IP for certain devices
Numerous DHCP entries in log
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