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I was looking for a cheap wireless router to be used to set up a guerilla Internet Wi-Fi connection at my makeshift office when a computer store attendant recommended this China-fabricated router. It was indeed cheap, priced at IDR 230,000. After using it for about two months now, I think I have the credibility to write a short review for this wireless router.
Its packed with standard features built-in. 802.11b/g support, firewall, WPA2 security come as standard.
- Gigantic external antennae contributes to better signal reception.
- Web-based configuration is easy to use.
- Sufficient features.
- Not supported by DD-WRT.
- DHCP-binding is suspect. Somehow my reserved IP address has slipped trough the crack. A sign of questionable reliability?