Set up a wireless-N network on the go to share a 3G/3.75G mobile connection with the TL-MR3420 3G/3.75G Wireless-N Router. Just connect a UMTS/HSPA/EVDO USB card to the router and you'll instantly have a Wi-Fi hotspot with wireless speeds up to 300 Mbps anywhere you have 3G/3.75G coverage. And with 3G/WAN failover capability, you won't have to worry about losing your network connection in the middle of work.
Simply plug a 3G/3.75G USB modem into a USB 2.0 port, and the router will automatically set up a Wi-Fi hotspot anywhere you have 3G/3.75G coverage, whether you're on a train, on vacation in a different town, or out working on-site. The TL-MR3420 works with UMTS/HSPA/EVDO USB modems and has been tested in the field so you can work with confidence.
The TL-MR3420 is a wireless-N router, and provides all the capabilities of a full-featured high-speed router with speeds up to 300 Mbps. The fast wireless speed makes it ideal for video streaming, VoIP, and other network intensive applications. It is compatible with 802.11n/g/b wireless networks and operates on the 2.4 GHz frequency.
You'll have a reliable connection with great range thanks to SST technology, which offers a robust, stable wireless connection, and CCA technology, which automatically avoids channel conflicts. Two detachable antennas are designed to provide optimal transmission rates and coverage.
The router can also be configured as a WDS wireless bridge to seamlessly expand your wireless network, and it has four 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports for wired connections.
The TL-MR3420 lets you connect both a WAN (cable or DSL) connection and a 3G/3.75G Internet connection. If service is interrupted to the designated primary connection, the router will automatically switch to the secondary connection, and once service in the primary connection is restored, the router switches back. With this failover capability, you won't have to worry about losing a connection when you need it most.
Setting up your network security is a cinch. Just press the QSS (Quick Secure Setup) button on the router to automatically establish a secure WPA2 connection.
The device also supports SPI firewalls and access control management for safer use.
IP-based bandwidth control lets administrators determine how much bandwidth they want to allot each user. Since mobile Internet connections can vary in pricing, bandwidth control helps control costs if necessary.
The router includes two omnidirectional antennas that can be quickly adjusted and rotated to different positions for flexibility and better performance than internal antennas. The antennas are detachable, so if you need greater performance you can easily replace them with stronger antennas for even better coverage.
Integrated parental control functions allow for precise control over children's Internet activities, including restricting certain websites and limiting the amount of time spent on the Internet. The simple web-based interface makes setting schedules and adding new computers a quick and easy process.