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TP-Link TL-WR1043ND 300Mbps Wireless N 4 Gigabit Port Cable Router (USB Port for Printers, Files or Media Sharing)

by TP-Link
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  • Wireless N speed of up to 300Mbps makes it ideal for bandwidth consuming or interrupting sensitive applications
  • All gigabit ports ensure ultimate transfer speeds
  • Centrally storing and content sharing by connecting USB hard drives
  • CCA improves wireless performance while automatically avoiding channel conflicts
  • External detachable antennas allow for better alignment and stronger antenna upgrades
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandTP-Link
Item Weight408 g
Product Dimensions22.5 x 14.1 x 3 cm
Item model numberTL-WR1043ND
ColorBlue
Wireless Type802.11B
Wattage10 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB002YETVTQ
Best Sellers Rank 6,021 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight939 g
Date First Available3 July 2010
  
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Product Description

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300Mbps Wireless N Gigabit Router -- TL-WR1043ND

TP-LINK's TL-WR1043ND 300Mbps Wireless N Gigabit Router is an upgraded version with a brand-new exterior and better performance. The TL-WR1043ND can provide users with fast wired/wireless speed and strong wireless coverage for an improved networking experience. The router is equipped with a USB storage port on its rear panel, convenient for sharing printers, files and media with everyone on the network.

Speed Boost Mode -- Increase Wireless Speed up to 450Mbps

Once speed boost mode is enabled on the web management page, you can increase your TL-WR1043ND's wireless speeds up to 450Mbps. With speeds of up to 450Mbps, you can enjoy HD video streaming and online gaming with an even more fluid experience than 300Mbps.

HD streaming

Online gaming

Online chatting

Fully Extended Coverage -- 3*5dBi Antennas

3 external 5dBi antennas combined with higher quality antenna technology provide users with large wireless coverage and strong wireless signal intensity from anywhere in your large home or office.

Blazing Wired Speeds-5 Gigabit Ports + 800Mbps Hardware NAT

With 5 built-in gigabit ports and a Hardware NAT function, the wireless router provides powerful data processing capabilities. Its NAT WAN to LAN throughput can achieve up to 800Mbps+ allowing users to unleash the full potential of their networks.

Easy for Sharing

Using the TL-WR1043's multi-functional USB ports, users can share printers, files and media either throughout the network at home with several different computers or even away. Using the device's ftp server functions so that you never have to part with your files.

Which Cable Router Is For You?
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TL-WR1043ND
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Archer C2 AC750
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Archer C5 AC1200
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Archer C7 AC1750
Wireless standard N300 AC750 AC1200 AC1750
Wifi Speed up to 450Mbps 300Mbps+433Mpbs 300Mbps+867Mpbs 450Mbps+1300Mpbs
Gigabit Lan port to connect wired devices 4 4 4 4
USB ports for storage and sharing 1× USB 2.0 1× USB 2.0 2× USB 2.0 2× USB 2.0
Hardware NAT to get high Internet speed
Parental Controls
Guest network
IPv6 Supported
Multiple HD/3D Streaming
lag-free online Gaming
Management mobile app available

Box Contains

TL-WR1043ND Wireless N Gigabit Router
DC Power Adapter for TL-WR1043ND Wireless N Gigabit Router
Quick Installation Guide
Resource CD for TL-WR1043ND Wireless N Gigabit Router, including User Guide
Separate modem ADSL2, broadband Internet connection with RJ45 required. For cable contention.

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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Adrian Colbert on 23 Jun 2012
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I needed a router compatible with Virgin Media's 100Mbs (soon to be 120Mbps) plan and DD-WRT firmware. My old D-Link 615 router kept bottlenecking when I was downloading at full speed which averaging at 90Mbps download at speedtest.net and knowing I was in need of an upgrade from 10/100Mbps to 1000Mbps ports. After I upgraded to the P-Link TL-WR1043ND with cat6 cables I average at 105Mbps download at speedtest.net with no bottlenecks what so ever. So far I haven't had a problems with Wi-Fi dropping out and I have 5+ devices connected but I did boost TX POWER in advanced wireless setting to 80 in DD-WRT firmware.

Only problem I had was with DD-WRT firmware blocking access to my VPN (virtual private network) from an outside source. After looking around the forums I had this command script (listed below) which I added to the start-up and it worked a treat.

VPN COMMAND SCRIPT:
/sbin/insmod xt_connmark
/sbin/insmod xt_mark
/sbin/insmod nf_conntrack_proto_gre
/sbin/insmod nf_conntrack_pptp
/sbin/insmod nf_nat_proto_gre
/sbin/insmod nf_nat_pptp
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50 of 54 people found the following review helpful By SM Davies on 14 Oct 2012
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I'm another Virgin Superhub user looking for wifi that works and was led to the TP-Link TL-WR1043ND by price and review.

When it works, it works very well. But it has spells where the Wifi performance fluctuates to the point I want to reach for a hammer.

Some context: I have a large amount of professional experience in configuring commercial networks large and small... in my most important network there are six users each with a plethora of network devices. The four kids have laptops, desktops, Wifi mobile devices in addition to games consoles and my partner has iPhone, iPad and iMac ("it should just bloody work"). And I have my own modest collection of laptops and desktops. And a wifi printer. And the NAS. You should also know that I resent spending my time at home in network support mode. Which is why I wanted to replace the Superhub wifi function after that recent, disastrous firmware update became the last straw.

Switching the TP-WR1043ND on straight out of the box showed that setup on defaults was easy and worked fine. But I clearly like to configure things so I set up my preferred IP ranges and fixed device addresses. Still good. A few problems with something retaining my previous SSID name, but this wasn't the fault of the router and changing the SSID worked fine. I saw speed to the big iMac nearly double and all devices had noticeable improvement in signal strength around the house: the router is in the same place as the Superhub was (thats now tucked behind the TV out of sight, grrrrr).

There is no 'guest network' facility, which is only a pain because I don't like having to configure and re-configure the kid's Nintendo Gameboys...
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99 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Hissaund on 10 Jan 2011
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I cannot comment on this router in terms of its DHCP as I have never used that function, similarly for the NAS.
However everything else is quite commendable. Most of the negative reviews on this site are as a result of improper setup as opposed to problems with the actual unit.

Firstly, please note that if you plan to expand your wireless range with this router and you only have "G" devices, you will not notice any difference. You will also need up upgrade your devices to "N" to gain the increased range. This is not a restriction of the router, this is a restriction of the wireless standard itself.

Very simple to set up with a very easy to use interface; in fact the TP Link firmware is one of the easiest to navigate I've come across. The router was set up in no time at all and offered a very high level of stability. A nice touch is the ability to enable QoS, meaning that if someone decides to start downloading a movie then they don't immediately hog all the bandwidth for the other users!

I then installed DD-WRT onto it very easily, and configured it as a custom wireless bridge point. The beauty of this router is that it even states in the manual that the DD-WRT firmware is supported, although they will offer no technical assistance if you choose to use it.
The router was easily reconfigured as part of my wireless bridge setup and has been stable ever since I turned it on, both before and after the firmware change.

I cannot fault this router in any way; it is stable, has a good signal range and has effective native firmware - supporting DD-WRT to boot. 5 stars.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By viper357 on 1 Feb 2012
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First off, it's a top class router, well built and very strong signal. Most of the time. This is where the problem lies, as many other reviewers have stated, this thing occasionally loses internet connection for some weird reason. After doing a bit of reading on the net I "think" it may have something to do with the mobile phones in the house that are using wi-fi and then going into sleep mode, possibly, not 100% sure on that.

But anyway, my son xbox's on it quite a bit, there are 3 mobile phones in the house, 3 laptops, 1 Archos A43 and 1 iPod touch that connect to this router without any problems. I managed to solve the occasional loss in internet by upgrading the firmware to one of the customized firmwares available out there, bit of a risk and definitely not for the faint-hearted and I wouldn't recommend doing it as it voids your warranty and you run the risk of breaking your router. You also have to be fairly internet savvy to figure out all the settings as well. But I took a chance and it's working like a dream now, so perhaps TP-Link need to update their firmware to resolve this issue?

So yeah, signal wise, top notch, I lay in bed upstairs at night and like to browse the net on my little 4" A43 (iPod touch kinda thing) and on the old router (D-Link DIR 615) I would have to turn the device upside down and hang it over the edge of the bed towards the floor so it could pick up the wi-fi signal, lol, with this new router there is none of that, the whole of upstairs now has really strong solid wi-fi signal so top marks for that.

I am on Virgin Media 20MB broadband and it connects flawlessly, although there is a bit of a trick to get it working if you struggle getting it to connect initially.
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