NetComm’s ADSL2+/3G Wireless N Modem Router can connect to the Internet via a fixed line ADSL connection or by inserting a 3G USB modem into the USB port. Both connections can be shared using the built in Wireless N300 access port or the 4 LAN Ethernet ports.
- Decide how you connect to the Internet
- Automatic failover offering assured connectivity to Internet critical businesses or operations
- Connect with ADSL at home and 3G whilst on the road for business, or holidays
- USB port doubles as print and storage server
We have entered an era defined by choice. Renters, students and people on the move who currently rely on wireless connectivity will eventually upgrade to fixed line ADSL and will then expect the ability to chose between the two. Those who currently have access to both ADSL and wireless 3G already hold this expectation. The desire for flexibility and choice is particularly important for small business operators who need reliable connectivity amongst multiple users without fail. NetComm’s ADSL2+/3G Wireless N300 4-Port Modem Router gives users the options they need by combining an ADSL2+port for a fixed line connection and a USB port that can connect to a 3G USB.
Although national branding campaigns by large corporations have us believing otherwise, small home run operations make up the vast majority of Australian businesses. For these small businesses reliable connectivity is critical and with customers moving away from faceless corporations for the instant contact and personal touch offered by smaller operators, Internet inaccessibility due to ADSL
Small businesses who utilize casual staff and contractors will also benefit from the ability to share printer and network access. The USB port can be used to connect a printer or storage device which can be shared among all users connected to the ADSL2+/3G Wireless N300 4-Port Modem Router as though it was connected directly to their PC.
Connection failure can be extremely harmful to business credibility. To ensure constant connectivity and maximum flexibility, NetComm’s ADSL2+/3G Wireless N300 4-Port Modem Router automatically reverts to wireless 3G to provide continued connectivity should the ADSL connection fail.
Small businesses who utilize casual staff and contractors will also benefit from the ability to share printer and network access. The USB port can be used to connect a printer or storage device which can be shared among all users connected to the ADSL2+/3G Wireless N300 4-Port Modem Router as though it was connected directly to their PC. By simply connecting a USB hub to the router, users can simultaneously access: wireless 3G, mass storage and the print server.
With high speed wireless N, connection speeds of up to 300Mbps offer far greater range than older wireless standards; and the built-in 4 port Ethernet switch for wired connections ensures that all bases are covered. The ADSL2+/3G Wireless N300 4-Port Modem Router is also packed with advanced features that will enhance the performance of the users device, thereby improving the all round online experience. The router also includes features such as: advanced wireless security to ensure network integrity, WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia) to prioritise and control bandwidth, and TR-069 for remote configuration.
NetComm’s ADSL2+/3G Wireless N300 4-Port Modem Router is the obvious choice for those requiring an ADSL or 3G connection for multiple users; a storage server for shared file access, and the ability to share a printer. With the added bonus of high speeds, the capacity to network multiple users over a wired connection and long range wireless access—the choice is simple.