Original MantisTek® WR500 2.4G 300Mbps 802.11 b/g/n Ethernet Wireless WIFI Router  £7.84 @ banggood
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Original MantisTek® WR500 2.4G 300Mbps 802.11 b/g/n Ethernet Wireless WIFI Router £7.84 @ banggood

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Found 17th Jul
Specifications:

1. Brand: MantisTek
2. Model: WR500
3. Working Frequency: 802.11b/g/n; 2.4GHz-2.4835GHz
4. Physical Interface: 1*10/100Mbps RJ45 WAN Ethernet Port
4*10/100Mbps RJ45 LAN Ethernet Port
1* Reset Button
1* Power Port
5. Power: DC 5V 1A.
6. Sizes: 216*146*35mm

Features:

Double Antenna
Using MIMO, CCA technology, the router have a wider range of wireless coverage.

Advanced Encryption Mode
Using a more secure chip, provide a variety of information security protection.

2.4GHz Frequency
The WR500 working frequency is 802.11b/gn, 2.4GHz, to make sure all kinds of terminal network can be compatible.

Simple setup
Just need three steps to achieve wired and wireless network.

Package includes:

1* MantisTek® WR500 Wireless Router
1* Instructions

11 Comments

mantisteck? loll never heard of them.
Good price for a router to use as a booster or switch perhaps.

But if your buying to replace your main one then I would recommend you pay the lil extra to get yourself a good branded one with better features etc.

No 5ghz - but for under £8 it's good

How do you use a router as a booster? Trying to stream virgin in the garden with a power line but it says it's on different network

ash2w

How do you use a router as a booster? Trying to stream virgin in the … How do you use a router as a booster? Trying to stream virgin in the garden with a power line but it says it's on different network



If both routers support WDS (Wireless Distribution System) and you have the choice of bridging or repeater modes then you'd use bridging as this avoids the halving the bandwidth by introducing one hop to the main router.

It's not unusual for most consumer routers to have reduced functionality firmware and therefore not support WDS. You will need to consult the manual for both routers and/or see if there's a 3rd party firmware for both routers such as DD-WRT.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 17th Jul

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ash2w

How do you use a router as a booster? Trying to stream virgin in the … How do you use a router as a booster? Trying to stream virgin in the garden with a power line but it says it's on different network



the honest truth is: you need a degree in the technology to make this work - not for your average joe punter

£8 for a router and to be part of a bot net, hot!
Just read it may not contain not net

It's £13.33 on the website!

Original Poster

singh00711 m ago

It's £13.33 on the website!


What website click the deal link above its £7.84 was £23

fishmaster3 h, 24 m ago

If both routers support WDS (Wireless Distribution System) and you have …If both routers support WDS (Wireless Distribution System) and you have the choice of bridging or repeater modes then you'd use bridging as this avoids the halving the bandwidth by introducing one hop to the main router. It's not unusual for most consumer routers to have reduced functionality firmware and therefore not support WDS. You will need to consult the manual for both routers and/or see if there's a 3rd party firmware for both routers such as DD-WRT.

When you say half the bandwidth does that mean the basic power lines take half your bandwidth away to give to the power line?

Cheer OP

BUCKUM217 h, 39 m ago

...2.4G 300Mbps 802.11 b/g/n Ethernet Wireless WIFI Router... Physical …...2.4G 300Mbps 802.11 b/g/n Ethernet Wireless WIFI Router... Physical Interface: 1*10/100Mbps RJ45 WAN Ethernet Port


A 300Mbps router with a 100Mbps WAN port? Suppose the 5V 1A power supply may come in handy, assuming Banggood provide a suitable mains connector adapter to enable the EU power supply to fit UK wall socket.
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