Skiva 4-Port 802.11n N300 Wifi router with USB Storage Port (300 Mbps)

$ 29.99

$ 99.99

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Description

Fast Wifi:
  • Skiva 4-Port 802.11n N300 router supports Wifi connection speed upto 300 Mbps.
  • Delivers up to 14x faster speeds and 6x farther range than 802.11g.
  • It is great for in-home HD video streaming!

Security:
  • NAT and SPI firewalls helps block malicious attacks on networks from Internet.
  • State of the art security protocols like WEP, WPA, WPA-2 are supported.
  • MAC address filters allows only your wireless devices to connect to the network.

Easy Setup:
  • Built in WPS button allows you to connect to router with a single button press.
  • Dynamic DNS support will allow you to access Router and home devices securely from internet.

Reliable:
  • Stable Wifi without any dropped connections.
  • Long range with high performance antennas.

USB Port:
  • Built in USB port that allows you to connect USB storage (hard drive or flash drive) and share it with whole home securely.
  • Converts your extra USB storage drives into Network Attached Storage (NAS) in minutes.
  • Easily share printers, files or media with your friends or family on your network.
  • Supports SAMBA server and DLNA for files and media sharing.

Warranty:
  • This Router comes with 1 Year Hassle Free Warranty.

Package Contents:
  • Wireless N Router
  • Resource CD
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Power Adapter

Brand: Skiva

Model: RT001

Condition: New - One Year Manufacturers Warranty

Packaging: Retail

What you get:

Skiva 4-Port 802.11n N300 Wifi router with USB Storage Port (300 Mbps)

Product Features

  • Skiva 4-Port 802.11n N300 Wifi router is designed for home and business.
  • It delivers upto 14x faster speeds and 6x farther range than 802.11g.
  • Easily share printers, files or media with your friends or family on your network using built-in USB port
  • Built in WPS button allows you to connect to router with a single button press.
  • NAT and SPI firewalls helps block malicious attacks on networks from Internet.

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