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Buffalo Wireless-N Nfniti AirStation 300Mbps Cable Router WHR-HP-G300N (DD-WRT) £41.99 @ Ebuyer
Buffalo Wireless-N Nfniti AirStation 300Mbps Cable Router WHR-HP-G300N (DD-WRT) £41.99 @ Ebuyer

Buffalo Wireless-N Nfniti AirStation 300Mbps Cable Router WHR-HP-G300N (DD-WRT) £41.99 @ Ebuyer

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Buffalo WHR-HP-G300N AirStation High-Power Wireless-N Broadband Router (300Mbps)
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The Buffalo WHR-HP-G300N AirStation Wireless-N Essential High Power Router and Access Point is an ideal solution to connect your PCs and laptops wirelessly to the Internet. It is best suited for the home and small once environment. Is it great for streaming multimedia content, such as HD movies or music, lets you download images or send and receive email from multiple PCs simultaneously. With transfer rates up to 300Mbps, the Buffalo WHR-HP-G300N AirStation Wireless-N Router is also ideal for upgrading your existing wireless network, providing greater speeds and coverage than Wireless-G.

Key Features

* High Power Wireless Design Extended range and performance
* 2X2 MIMO Antenna Configuration Powerful and performance oriented
* True VPN Endpoint Access your network from anywhere in the world
* Wireless Distribution System (WDS) Extend your wireless network across access points’
* Removable Adjustable Antennas Eliminate dead spots by fine-tuning your antenna positioning
* AOSS (AirStation One-Touch Secure System) Wirelessly connect other AOSS devices with the push of a button
* Wide Range of Wireless Security Support WPA2, WPA-PSK (TKIP, AES), and WEP (128/64bit)
* Support Multiple Wireless Standards 802.11n, 802.11g and 802.11b
* Easy Setup Simple to install and use - even for the novice user

3 Comments

Are these any good? I have an old WRT54GS running DDWRT thats getting a little old now, but i wouldn't switch to a router that didn't support DDWRT.

But i do fancy something newer than my old WRT54GS

The ebuyer website doesn't list if its the old version, no DD-WRT or the new version with.

Old version = Cold
New version = hot

IMO

and not gigabit ports on either...
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