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Asus DSL-N55U - 300Mbps Dual Band Wireless N Router ADSL 2/2+ Modem Router, 802.11n, Gigabit Lan, Gigabit LAN, 2x USB, Print FTP UPnP Server, HD Streaming, 3 Year Warranty

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  • Integrated home gateway with independent CPUs for modem and router
  • Dual-band Wi-Fi delivers up to 600Mbps in bandwidth
  • 4x Gigabit Ethernet ports provide enhanced wired network performance
  • Auto-detecting ADSL connection with CD/manual-free setup
  • Finest P2P experience via 300,000 concurrent data sessions
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BrandASUS
Item Weight399 g
Product Dimensions14.9 x 20.7 x 3.6 cm
Item model numberDSL-N55U
Wireless Type802.11A, 802.11B, 802.11n
Wattage30 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB007QTMCHC
Best Sellers Rank 2,572 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg
Date First Available29 Mar 2012
  
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ASUS DSL-N55U
Two Devices in One – ADSL Modem and Wi-Fi Router

As the first ASUS N600 simultaneous dual-band Wi-Fi ADSL router, the DSL-N55U provides a stylish design, sophisticated features, and easy setup alongside supreme wireless and wired networking for the home. Two USB 2.0 ports allow the DSL-N55U to share printing and scanning functions on a network, and operate as high-speed NAS (Network Attached Storage) when an external storage device is connected. It is fully DLNA certified, and can act as a media server and home entertainment center. Any device, such as a PS3, iPhone, or tablet can directly stream music and video wirelessly through the DSL-N55U. For wired networking, four Gigabit Ethernet ports provide excellent capacity. Support for up to 300,000 data sessions means the DSL-N55U has around 20 times the networking capacity of other home routers. Data transmission stays fast even when the router is under heavy load, and easy-to-use QoS settings assure that important traffic — VoIP calls or online gaming — isn't adversely affected by large file downloads.

Dual-CPUs for exceptional performance

Designed with the latest in networking technology, the DSL-N55U has two Independent CPUs for its ADSL modem and Wi-Fi router modes, which deliver exceptionally fast wired and wireless connectivity. It comes with a powerful detachable Wi-Fi antenna to further extend wireless range.

Plug-n-Surf and Hassle-Free Management

The ASUSWRT interface offers you intuitive router setup with no manuals or install discs needed, so you get online in minutes. With the ASUSWRT interface, setup, monitoring, and network management are all grouped into one interface. You can also setup IPTV via ASUSWRT.

Two Servers in One – Sharing Files and Streaming Videos Easily

DLNA lets you play multimedia files stored on router-attached USB storage through compatible devices such as PCs, tablets, PS3, Xbox 360, and smart TVs. In only three steps, you can easily set up an FTP server to share and access data — no matter where you are.

Key Features
  • Two Devices in One – ADSL Modem and Wi-Fi Router
  • Dual-Band Connectivity for Lag-Free Entertainment
  • Optimized and Reliable Wireless Coverage via Ai Radar
  • Powerful Online Multitasking at up to 300,000 Data Sessions
  • Plug-n-Surf and Hassle-Free Management
  • Two Multi-Functional Built-In USB ports
  • NOTE:Any connectivity issue , Please make sure that the firmware is up to date and that all settings like VLAN ID are correct for his ISP provider .

    Once laptop/PC is connected to the router via RJ-45 he needs to open his internet browser and it should come up with router welcome page and step by step guide what to do next (if it doesn't come up with the installation page he can trying typing this address into the browser '192.168.1' or '192.168.1.1'
Optimize Your Network

Do you game a lot, or spend most of your time streaming videos? Whatever your main usage type, the DSL-N55U maintains total QoS to let you select bandwidth priorities for virtually any task. Plus, the traffic monitor allows you to check your web usage using a neat graphical interface.

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5GHz 802.11 N supported
Enhanced Wireless Range
N900 (450Mbps + 450Mbps)
N750 (450Mbps + 300Mbps)
N600 (300Mbps + 300Mbps)
USB 3.0 support
Gigabit LAN
DSL modem integrated

Box Contains

DSL-N55U Wireless ADSL Router
3x detachable dual band antennas
Power adapter
Splitter
Support CD (user manual, utilities)
RJ45 cable
RJ11 cable
Quick Start Guide
Warranty Card

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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By marcoscu TOP 500 REVIEWER on 23 May 2012
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Firstly, it should be said that this is a high end modem router and is designed for use with a dial-up telephone line based adsl internet service and not for use with a cable or external modem.

This router has a modern and up to date appearance, stylish and suitably high tech and will look well on any work desk or even in the living room.

The wizard based setup was easy and straightforward and for most users all they need to do is input their ISP user name and password to access the internet with no need to use the supplied CD. Many adsl routers such as the AVM Fritz! Box Fon 7390 Wireless 4 Port VDSL/ADSL2+ Router DECT VoIP Phone Adaper that I usually use myself now support internet access from a cable, external modem or another router. Not so this router which is limited to an adsl connection only. Although Asus claim a maximum speed of 600Mbps this is slightly disingenuous as this is in fact the combined speed of the 2.4 and 5Ghz network streams. Rival high end routers from Netgear and other now support a single band connection of 450Mbps or higher - although few network adapters yet can handle this. Perhaps I overlooked it but I could not see anyway of using this router as a repeater to another existing router network. As another review has already pointed out this device does not allow for MAC address spoofing - this is a way of fooling some ISPs that insist on their own specific routers being used by allowing the user to input a suitable MAC address into the router settings and which is then passed on to the ISP during the connection process.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By MASTER I A CHOUDHURY on 21 Nov 2013
Just wanted to share what an amazing router this is in terms of setup, options and function.

Unpacking:
Came with power cable, ADSL filter, ethernet cable and CD & Manuals etc - no problems here.

Internet Connection:
So I updated the firmware when I first got it and chose internet connection autoconfigure (happens when you open chrome/ie/firefox) when connected to the router via ethernet. Did all the configuration itself and requested username and password which I entered and it worked, just like the "under 30 seconds" video on youtube.
(I am on a sky ADSL internet connection, the original router has its username and password hardcoded and you have to use Wireshark to retrieve them both)

all settings that it autodetected are the same as those on the original router (VCI,multiplex,etc etc) so glad they are not an issue. The internet connection is as fast it was before 16Mb/s (2MB/s). Not lost sync or internet use over the last week or so.

Wireless Performance:
My house is a victorian 4 floor (basement) with thick solid walls which are the worst for wireless transmission. The new Sky router (white box SR101) has poor wifi reception - it would transfer on the wifi network transfer at 3MB/s at best - with the Asus I now get 6-7MB/s.

Also, where I had no reception I now get 1-2 bars (out of 6) and primarily at long range the 2.4Ghz is better than 5Ghz (as expected). Virtually everywhere in my house in terms of internet speed via Wifi gets 16Mb/s (2MB/s) even if its just 1/2 bars out of 6 - great news!

My wireless printer picked it all up and worked, so no problems there!
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By MRJ on 6 Sep 2012
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Not a computer geek, so don't ask me to explain all the fancy stuff it can do. I can explain from my point of view.

My Wifi was struggling to cope with all the stuff connected to it, or so I was told. Apple tv, iPad, phones, printers, laptops, play stations the norm stuff a normal family have.

Opened the box, plugged it in, followed the instructions on screen, apple stuff on the 5 band thingy all the other stiff on the 2.4 band thingy and it all works.

Netflix, apple tv works well without stalling, ipad super quick... other laptops/playstations, I have no idea as the children just grunt, eat and fester in their own pits but assume it all works.

I reckon it was worth the £109 quid it cost just to stop the kids whining... result!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Svendiggler on 27 Mar 2013
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I intially wanted the asus dsl-n55u due to the NAS feature, but bought the Billion 7800n based upon all the very good reviews and the fact its almost universally recommended for broadband at long distances from the exchange which i have. With snr tweaking the billion got me 4mbs which was great for my line. long story short... poor wifi, wifi disconnections and admin lockouts. back it went.

I thought id give the asus a go. It shipped with the latest firmware. i loaded it again anyway just to be sure (twice, with the hard reset as recommended) Set up was a breeze. Checked my connection.... Boom! 4mb with a default setup. no tweaks at all! The range of the wifi is fantastic, easily beating the billion. I will attempt tweaks at some point soon, but im more than happy at the moment.

I've connected a usb flashdrive to my router and set up the media server with a click of a button. now i can stream videos straight from my router to my TV, ipad and iphone. it's awesome.

The only downside to this router is the documentation if you want to go anything further than set up the ADSL or wifi. It's not great and there's no where near as many forums covering this as the billion, but for £30 less and with the usb ports, 5ghz wifi faster adsl i know which i'd rather have. It's been rock solid so far. I know the original firmware wasnt great, so ignore the original reviews, its sorted now with the latest firmware. 5 star product without doubt!
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