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Items tagged with: Access Point

Cisco WAP121 Wireless-N Access Point with PoE Reviewed

Cisco WAP121Cisco's WAP121 shares most of the extensive feature set of its selectable dual-band sibling, with comparable performance.

EnGenius Adds Biz-Class 11n AP Pair

EnGenius logoEnGenius has announced two "business-grade" 2.4 GHz access points.

Cisco WAP321 Wireless-N Selectable-Band Access Point with PoE Reviewed

Cisco WAP321Cisco's WAP321 should make other makers of small business 802.11n access points sit up and take notice.

EnGenius EAP-300 Retest

EnGenius EAP-300New firmware has improved the performance of EnGenius' single-band N ceiling-mount access point.

EnGenius EAP-300 802.11 N Multi-Function Access Point Reviewed

EnGenius EAP-300EnGenius' EAP-300 may look nice on your ceiling, but it's not a great performer.

Can 802.11g APs Handle the Load?

Ever wonder if the extra money you pay for an "enterprise" access point is buying the ability to handle heavier traffic loads than the $100-or-so AP on your local retailer's shelf? We did too until we put six 802.11g APs through some pretty heavy load testing, with some surprising results...

Quick View: GIGABYTE GN-A17GU 802.11g Wireless Access Point

GIGABYTE Technology has decided to join the ranks of companies trying to eke out a decent business pursuing the rapidly decreasing margins in consumer Networking products. Their GN-A17GU 11g Access Point turned in decent performance, but left us wondering how GIGABYTE plans to gain market share with me-too, hard-to-find networking products.

QuickView: ASUS WL-330G 54Mbps Pocket Access Point

Maybe it's just that the novelty has worn off, but we weren't as impressed with the 11g version of ASUS' miniature Access Point. Read our QuickView review of the WL-330G and find out why.

NETGEAR WG602 54Mbps Wireless Access Point Review

Although NETGEAR was the first to launch the opening salvo in the tri-mode / dual-band wireless LAN wars, its WG602 54Mbps Wireless Access Point that it announced a few months ago represents the first-available draft-802.11g Access Point shipped by the company. It made its way into the SmallNetBuilder Test Lab pretty quickly, and our first-available review will give you our usual in-depth report.

ASUS WL-330 Pocket Wireless Access Point reviewed

At first glance, you might dismiss ASUS' tiny WL-330 as a wireless toy, but you'd be wrong. This mighty-mite packs good performance, WDS bridging / repeating and Ethernet-to-wireless adapter capabilities into a package that's sure to lend itself to some creative uses.
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