Edimax EW-7228APn - Punto de acceso inalámbrico, blanco
|Precio final del producto|
Los clientes que vieron este producto también vieron
¿Qué otros productos compran los clientes tras ver este producto?
Descripción del producto
Dispositivo de alimentación:Transformador eléctrico externo, Cantidad de antenas:1, Antena:Externa desmontable, Nivel de ganancia:3 dBi, Características:Soporte de DHCP, modo de repetición, repliegue automático, filtrado de dirección MAC, soporte para Sistema de Distribución Inalámbrico (WDS), actualizable por firmware, soporte de Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), Servidor DHCP, admite varios SSID, SSID oculto, modo de puente inalámbrico, Green WLAN, Método de espectro expandido:DSSS, Cantidad de puertos:5, Indicadores de estado:Alimentación, WLAN, LAN, Banda de frecuencia:2.4 GHz, Factor de forma:Externo, Velocidad de transferencia de datos:150 Mbps, Protocolo de interconexión de datos:IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, Algoritmo de cifrado:AES, WEP de 128 bits, ncriptación de 64 bits WEP, TKIP, WPA, WPA2, Protocolo de gestión remota:HTTP, Formato código de línea:DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK, 64 QAM, BPSK, QPSK, 16 QAM, Método de autentificación:RADIUS, Extended Service Set ID (ESSID), Basic Service Set Identifier (BSSID), Tecnología de conectividad:Inalámbrico, Cumplimiento de normas:IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.1x, IEEE 802.11n, Cumplimiento de normas:FCC, RoHS, Interfaces:5 x 100Base-TX - RJ-45, Temperatura mínima de funcionamiento:0 °C, Temperatura máxima de funcionamiento:40 °C, Ámbito de humedad de funcionamiento:10 al 90 % (sin condensación), Memoria RAM:16 MB SDRAM, Memoria Flash:2 MB, Software incluido:Controladores y utilidades
Opiniones de clientes
Principales opiniones de clientes
Con esos consejos, poner el aparato en funcionamiento es rápido y sencillo, mucho más que con los otros puntos de acceso o routers que he tenido que configurar. Además, tiene no cuatro sino cinco puertos Ethernet, cosa poco común.
Opiniones de clientes más útiles en Amazon.com
I was also VERY surprised to see that it was a relatively easy setup. Most of these things require you to mess with your network settings in order to get into the device's settings to configure it as a Bridge or Repeater, and this one only requires you hook it to a computer and run a disk (both Ethernet cable and disk included in box).
If you need to run something wireless, or extend your wireless range, this is the product for you.
EDIT TO REVIEW (4/19/12):
I understand many people are having issues with setting up this device on their networks using the documented instructions which came with the device. I will attempt to outline what I ended up doing in order to help some people on their way:
1. Go into your computer's control panel and turn off your wireless connection. If not on wireless, make sure the computer is not hooked up to any other networks via Ethernet cable.
2. Hook Edimax device to computer using provided Cable and power on Edimax device.
3. While your device is hooked up to your computer, run the setup disk that came with the product.
4. Follow the Wizard's instructions.
Note: The default username for the device is "admin" and the default password is "1234".
From my experiences, it was not necessary to hook the device up to my router, first. It seems this is where a lot of install issues are coming from. Try the instructions above before hooking to router and see if it works. If you've already hooked to your router, first, do a hard reset by holding down the reset button on the device for a good 15 seconds.
EDIT TO REVIEW 1/28/13:
My son received Xbox Live for Christmas, so I needed another bridge for the house. Because I had luck with the first one and because these things are so inexpensive, I went ahead and bought two as I needed a bridge for my DirectTv box to get OnDemand as well. Both set up just as easily as the first one and both work great.
1- Move printers near router--to run cat5/6 wire or USB direct from router
2- Run a 142 foot cat5 wire from router to printers (desired) location. (I measured)
3- buy new printers that are wireless network printers
4- Each time I needed to print I could move the printer or laptop close to each other and use a USB cable.
5- buy and use something like this (edimax)
So I got the edimax. The installation was a breeze and took about 5 minutes. The instructions are crystal clear with photos (screen shots) of each step you will take and what you will encounter. I might add, there is a set of instructions for MAC and a separate set for PC, so make sure you use the proper instructions===botn are in the box. There is a setup CD that has everything you need. As I say, its there and works for both MAC and PC. Also, I did have a question and had to call Edimax support. I was on hold for less than one minute, and they were very helpful.
I took it out of the box, which as I say, has a cd, and also has an AC adapter, the unit, antennae, and a cat 5 patch cord--(you will probably need another one, its only about 18" long", 2 sets of instructions (MAC/PC). So I removed from box, and plugged in the AC adapter, plugged in the CAT 5 from the printer, and turned it on. It says "plug a cat 5 from your laptop to one of the ports in the edimax, so I did)--You will need a spare--or you could use the one they provide to setup then move it to the device you are using the edimax to communicate with. I inserted the CD and followed the instructions as i did the steps the CD asked for. All are exactly the same. After you are at a certain point, it will scan for a router, and it found mine within a few seconds It then tells you to push the WPA button (in back of edimax) and go push the one on router, which I did, and I was connected to my router in about 1 minute. Then (this is where if you have only 1 cat 5 you remove from laptop and connect whatever device) as it searches for devices (plugged into the back) and it found my printers in a minute or so. After that, you go into control panel, "add printer', and its done. Couldn't be easier.
Here is what I LOVE about this:
1- Its fast, no delay from "print" to actually printing
2- Super easy to setup and install
3- 5 ports--vs a more expensive printer server that can do 1
4- great instructions
5 PRICE. 20$. are you kidding me? Wow, its great.
SO, if you have tv, dvd, cable box, printers, who knows what and need to get them connected easily and inexpensively, this is the ticket. I might add, that the 140 feet of cat 5 with ends, and wall jacks, all cost much more than the Edimax, and with this you have the flexibility to add up to 5 devices. I am not even considering the cost of having someone run the wire, install it, etc. If you can do yourself its still expensive to buy and time consuming to do. Its a no brainer to buy this vs running wires.
I love this thing and highly recommend it. My little video (about 1 minute) will show you the size, and a few basic features. Its not by any stretch a comprehensive review. Amazon gives you 100MB of video space, and that is very difficult to fit anything of any substance in. GOOD LUCK. I HOPE THIS HELPS YOU TO MAKE A DECISION.
a very intermittent internet connection, losing internet 3 to 4 times a day, even when it showed a strong wireless signal. Edimax customer service is good in that they tried their best to get the problem solved. It wasn't solved, but they tried. I eventually had to replace my router to get a stronger signal. When I did that, I still had dropping issues while using the edimax, but when I eliminated the Edimax the problem disappeared. Basically, I wasted my money on it.