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Billion BiPac 3100SN 300 Mbps Wireless-N Wall Plug Access Point Repeater

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  • In-built 300 Mbps wireless access point for maximum coverage
  • WDS repeater or bridge mode for extending wireless range
  • Unique wall plug design plugs straight in - no separate power adapter required
  • Wireless security with WEP, WPA, WPA2 encryption

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Item Weight 700 g 222 g 100 g 168 g
Dimensions 5.2 cm x 7.7 cm x 11.3 cm 6.7 cm x 5.5 cm x 3.4 cm 4 cm x 9.4 cm x 5.4 cm 3.5 cm x 12.4 cm x 12.4 cm
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Technical Details
BrandBillion
Item Weight422 g
Product Dimensions7.7 x 11.3 x 5.2 cm
Item model numberBiPac 3100SN
ColorWhite
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
  
Additional Information
ASINB005O65J5G
Best Sellers Rank 25,879 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight422 g
Date First Available19 Sept. 2011
  
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The BiPac 3100SN is a high-speed wireless 'N' access point that can be used in WDS repeater or bridge mode to extend the wireless range in your home or office environment. The wall plug mounting allows for easy plug-and-play installation of the device with no need for a separate PSU adapter. Configuration through a single ethernet port includes wireless encryption, wireless MAC access control and multiple SSIDs.

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The BiPac 3100SN is a high-speed wireless 'N' access point that can be used in WDS repeater or bridge mode to extend the wireless range in your home or office environment. The wall plug mounting allows for easy plug-and-play installation of the device with no need for a separate PSU adapter. Configuration through a single ethernet port includes wireless encryption, wireless MAC access control and multiple SSIDs.

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I had previously bought the fantastic Billion ADSL 2 7800N gigabit wireless router that has been absolutely fantastic, I then decided it was time to increase the wireless coverage in our three storey 120 year old house where in many areas the 7800N router is great but wanted top reception in all areas so thats the main reason in continuing my association with Billion.

This product is an access point that can be linked to your existing wireless connection and also be used as a bridge wirelessly, I found some settings that may help people set the access point up correctly. It will however show two SSID'S one for your router and the other will be the Billion wireless access point, dont worry as it will use the best connection available depending where you have positioned your wireless access point!

The product felt robust and not flimsy so I was happy with its look, some may feel its a little bulky but it fitted into a plug cleanly which is a plus point. The next task is getting the computer and access point talking together via a wired ethernet lan connection which is the hard part especially when one is pretty good at network appliances, but I have to say it wasn't easy.

What you need to do is make sure that you follow their instructions on how to implement a static IP address otherwise your unable to configure the web browser and its here that you will be making changes to the settings on the 3100SN Access point. The IP address I was given by Billion technical was 192.168.1.25 this enabled me to eventually get onto the settings page and configure the mac address of the Access point and then do the same for the wireless router, quite complex when your not a professional but got their in the end.
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This product is actually quite easy to set up if you want to extend the range of your existing Wi-Fi. I have a Bipac 8800NL and wasted a lot of time trying to understand how to configure WPS which I didn't actually need. AP Client works perfectly and is very easy to set up.
You need to make sure that security settings, the SSID and the encryption are configured properly and as long as you do that it will work within minutes. This was how I set mine up:-

1. Connect Ethernet cable from 3100 to 8800NL then plug 3100 into mains supply.
2. Using internet Browser (this works immediately if your 8800NL IP address is 192.168.1.254) log into device using the default device ip in the manual (my 3100 device ip was 192.168.1.253)
3. On Status - Status page change the SSID to match the SSID in the Configuration - Wireless section of your 8800NL.
4. Make sure the wireless security settings in the 8800NL are set as follows:-
Network Authentication: WPA2-PSK
WPA Group Key Interval: 3600
WPA/WAPI Encryption: AES

5. On the 3100 Wireless Settings Security page set as follows:-
Security Mode: WPA2-PSK
WPA Algorithm: AES
Passphrase: Same as the passphrase on your 8800NL Configuration - Wireless - Security page.
Click the Apply button and wait for the 3100 to update the setting.

6. Clip AP Client and wait for the Wireless AP list to populate.
Click the radio button that corresponds to your Wireless Network.
Scroll down and enter the Passphrase as used above.
Click apply and wait for the 3100 to update the settings.

Once set you should see the 3 labelled leds on the 3100SN flashing. Disconnect the Ethernet cable and relocate the unit where you want to extend your Wifi.
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I got this to go with my Billion 8800NL router, to extend the wireless coverage to upstairs where the signal was too weak to be useful. Once I got it set up, it works great! In fact it is putting out a strong signal throughout the house, better than the actual router.

The tricky bit is getting it set up, which is far from intuitive - much less so than getting the router set up in the first place. I didn't find the provided instructions useful at all - both the quick start guide and the user manual that comes on a CD were opaque to me. (I have an IT background but am not a networking expert.) After spending some time messing around with it and getting nowhere, I gave up and phoned Billion support - they were brilliant. I would recommend that to anyone who is not confident in setting it up by themselves. It took about 20 minutes on the phone with support to get up and running. You will need to physically connect the device (using the included cable) to a computer that is connected to your router in order to set it up. Also you will need your wifi encryption key.

Billion support recommended setting it up with AP settings, as opposed to WPS, because in the words of the support engineer "AP doesn't go wrong." They also recommended using a different SSID (network name) from the router - although it's possible to use the same name for both, they said that some devices would take longer to switch between the two if they were named the same.

In short, it works great but I docked it a star because of the difficulty of setup.
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