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TRENDnet TEW-812DRU AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Cable Router (2.4GHz 450Mbps, 5GHz 1300Mbps)
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- 802.11ac Gigabit Wireless-AC for transfer rates up to 1300Mbps using the interference free 5Ghz with simultaneous Dual Band: Gigabit Wireless AC band + Wireless N band for every day devices
- One Touch Connection: Connect to the router at the touch of the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button and Guest Network Access: Create an isolated network for guest internet access
- USB Share Port: Plug in a USB flash or NAS drive to share HD videos and music
- Parental Controls: Control access to specific websites or types of content
- Gigabit Wired: Gigabit Ethernet port maintains high performance network connections
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TEW-812DRU AC1750 Dual Band Wireless Router
TRENDnet's AC1750 Dual Band Wireless Router, model TEW-812DRU, produces the ultimate wireless experience with gigabit wireless speeds. Manage 2 wireless networks -- the 1300 Mbps Wireless AC band for fast wireless, and the 450 Mbps Wireless N band to connect common wireless devices. The TEW-812DRU can easily handle the demands of multiple HD streams in a busy connected home.
Plug in a USB flash or NAS drive to share HD videos and music across the network. Gigabit ports on the back of the router maintain high-speed wired connections. Create a secure isolated guest network for guest internet access. Wi-Fi Protected Set-up (WPS) connects other WPS supported wireless adapters at the touch of a button. Manage access to websites and file types with advanced access controls.
Gigabit Wireless: Next generation Gigabit Wireless AC
Simultaneous Dual Band: Gigabit Wireless AC band + Wireless N band for every day devices
One Touch Connection: Connect to the router at the touch of the Wi-Fi Protected Set-up (WPS) button
Guest Network Access: Create an isolated network for guest internet access
USB Share Port: Plug in a USB flash or NAS drive to share HD videos and music
Parental Controls: Control access to specific websites or types of content
Gigabit Wired: Gigabit Ethernet port maintains high performance network connections
- 1750 Mbps total wireless: 1300 Mbps AC + 450 Mbps N bands
- Share music and videos with the USB share port
- Create an isolated guest network
- One touch network connection with the WPS button
- All Gigabit wired ports
- High power amplifiers extend wireless coverage
- 4x 10/100/1000 Mbps Auto-MDIX LAN ports
- 1x 10/100/1000 Mbps WAN port (Internet)
- Supported connection types: Dynamic/Static IP, PPPoE, L2TP, and PPTP connection
- 2.412~2.462 GHz, 5.180~5.240 GHz, 5.725~5.850 GHz
- 2.4GHz: 3 x 2dBi (internal)
- 5GHz: 3 x 2dBi (internal)
- 64/128-bit WEP, WPA/WPA2-PSK, WPA/WPA2-RADIUS
* Maximum wireless signal rates are referenced from IEEE 802.11 theoretical specifications. Actual data throughput and coverage will vary depending on interference, network traffic, building materials and other conditions
- TEW-812DRU Router
- Multi-Language Quick Installation Guide
- CD-ROM (Utility and User's Guide)
- 1 x Ethernet cable (1.5)
- Power adaptor (12V, 1A)
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Lights are on, gets a bit warm but otherwise it allocates me some 164.xxx.xxx.xxx address that lets me out of accessing it.
Reset button did not help. Power led and usb led stay on. Blinks the internet led and the lan but nothing else. Three other cables did not make a difference. Older laptop on win7 and a more recent desktop win10 did not find a way to get the login page. Raspberry pi did not understand this router either.
Straight to bin (so that Amazon does not send this unit to someone else) and no more head banging TRENDnet again.
Bought after a poor experience with a TP-link router, this router in contrast was very easy to set-up. Connecting a Windows 7 computer was as close to plug-and-play as making a new internet connection with Windows 7 gets. After that, setting up the internet connection was easy as it automatically detecting the type of connection. Connecting items to my local network was similarly easy, both wired into the router and wireless.
Range of the wireless seems fairly good. The manual says the wireless is directional, with the signal being primarily broadcast through the large sides of the router, but there is still a reasonable signal range in the 'weak' directions.
In operation the router runs a little warm as might be expected, but not hot.
My only complaints are the short length of the power cord, which is only about one metre long, and the very short timeout when logged in to the router's admin account - no doubt a security feature but making it difficult to use if you need to refer to the manual whilst making configuration changes.
Upon receiving them first impressions are good. Packaging is nice and simple and the unit looks good aside from being a little chunky. After connecting the routers up I found the web interface to be a little clunky and slow but it served the purpose and I got them set up quite easily as stand alone routers.
The problems came with WDS. Configuring WDS is quite simple according to the manual and I proceeded to set up as per the instructions. This did not work. Several factory resets, manual re-reads and google searches later I decided to contact TRENDnet support. The web site is amateurish but eventually I got a response from support. They proceeded to confirm I had configured the device correctly and had me moving the device around the room and switching it on and off to see if it would work. After a week of 1 message a day support I decided enough was enough and returned the product.
Another thing to note is that the connection seemed to be flaky when I had the router in another room compared with my stock ADSL modems wireless connection. This might have been down to interference but I switched back to my old router as it was annoying and that was fine.
In summary. It was easy to setup for a single cheap router but connection seemed flakey. No good for WDS complete coverage networks. Doesn't do what it says on the box!