Questions tagged [router]

A device that handles the connection between two networks and forwards packets between the two networks. In a home environment, these would be the Internet and the local home network. This tag is for use when bridging two networks.

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Programmable Bluetooth router

I previously posted this on Stack Overflow but moved the post here because I feel this forum is more relevant. I am looking for some kind of hardware that I can buy that has multiple Bluetooth radios,...
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Router supporting hierarchical prefix delegation

What options do I have if I need a router which can Run a DHCPv6 client on its WAN port to request a delegated prefix (in the range /48 to /60). Run a DHCPv6 server on the LAN and hand out subnets of ...
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Device to provide wan over wifi

I did some digging around that topic, but can't really find straight forward answer for this question. My background: I'm going to spend some time in hotel. I would like to hook up to hotel's wi fi ...
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Is there any router or set ups that can use 2 ISPs? [duplicate]

ISP at my home is shaky. Both are unreliable. I wonder if there is a way to have a router that can use 2 ISPs. If one ISP is down the router will simply access the internet from the second ISP. An ...
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Coax to CAT5 Converter?

My friend wanted to replace the cheapo router from Verizon with a good one she had previously bought, asked me to look at it for her. Turns out though, the ones from Verizon are all wired in to the ...
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Router that can connect to a wifi network and create a new wifi network

I’m looking for a router that can create a new wifi-network “B” with its own SSID and password but the router gains its internet access by connecting to another existing wifi-network “A” ...
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DIY 4-Port Gbit and Wifi router

I want to setup my own router. My requirements are: Intel or AMD based Low power consumption min. 3x Gbit LAN + 1x GbitWAN Port Wifi (min. 802.11n) Optional: 4 SATA Ports for Backups The hardware ...
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Looking for a wireless router with a USB-port that can share a connected flash drive's files so they can be viewed with a browser using http, no ftp

So, I'm looking for a wireless router that can share the files of a connected USB-drive so they can be viewed by any PC connected to the router with only the use of a browser and http. The router ...
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Searching for Rackmount hardware - raspberry pi 2 performance lookalike

I am looking for a hardware which can be mounted into a rack. There is no specific performance requirements: min 1GB RAM ARM64 or x86 based architecture A normal Ubuntu Core with a small JAVA applet ...
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Wifi hardware to improvement network

I do not know if the question is well located, but I come to request a recommendation, I am having problems with getting a wireless router that meets my needs, in this case I look for one that can ...
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Multi sim card slots Mobile WIFI Router

I've been searching for a Mobile WIFI Router that supports 4 sim card slots but with no result, have anyone of you stumbled upon such a thing ?
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A single modem/wireless router that can create/share three Wi-Fi networks, each of which are to separate connections?

I am looking for a single modem/wireless router (or just a wireless router) that can create/share three Wi-Fi networks, each of which are to separate connections? See below for context. My ...
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Advice for amll GIS shop looking to replace network bottlenecks [duplicate]

Asked before but topic was closed as it was deemed a tech support question more than a hardware recommend question, but I contest this, as we're looking to buy new hardware to solve problems, not ...
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Manageable Router with multiple wifi networks capability

I would like to know if such device exists and what are your models recommendations if so. The problem I'm trying to solve is to create multiple Wi-Fi networks each of then with limited band speed. ...
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LAN to WIFI Adaptor

is there a device which converts the incoming lan signals into wifi signals? The apartment only has a fixed network ip with a predetermined gateway and DNS. One needs to give this static ip, netmask ...
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Looking for recommendations on a router than can survive in a factory-like environment

We own a carwash. Our router is in the room where all of the soap, wax, chemicals etc are stored and dispensed. The room is pretty grimy all the time, humid, dust and moisture always in the air etc. ...
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What WiFi router brands or models are considered to be secure? [closed]

I understand that there's no 100% secure firmware. But there are some brands that regularly update their firmware to fix discovered vulnerabilities. What brands of WiFi routers (or specific models) ...
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Suitable Router for +70 User

We need to purchase a new Router for our company (More than 70 user in one building) the required specification is: Load Balancing, 2 ADSL lines support, 3G Support as a backup plan. What is the best ...
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Router with high receiver sensitivity?

The router will take signals out of my ISP router on the second floor and "repeat" the signals to every body on the first floor. Price range $200. I am using 2 router now. One is xiaomi router ...
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Router for small apartment [closed]

I recently bought a Netgear X6 Nighthawk R8000 AC3200 router. It is a piece of crap. I'm looking for a non-expensive replacement for this router. I live in a small apartment sharing the WiFi spectrum ...
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Cheap Wifi Router with built-in 4G modem and openvpn support

I'm looking for a router with the following specifications: Wireless N OpenVPN client support (to connect to an openvpn access server) Built in 3G/4G Modem with SIM slot (3G: 850MHz/2100MHz, 4G: ...
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Free/libre WLAN router

I’m looking for a WLAN router that runs only free/libre software. It doesn’t need to contain a modem. ThinkPenguin.com offered the Free Software Wireless-N Broadband Router for GNU / Linux (TPE-...
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MAC Address spoofing/cloning wireless router

I need a wireless router that can spoof MAC addresses. I want to connect to a network which only allows certain MAC addresses. I have access to this network with the MAC address of my Ethernet ...
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What specifications does a router need to run well while acting as an OpenVPN server via dd-wrt?

I need a router for under, say, £50 which is capable of running dd-wrt's OpenVPN server, and still run well. This is a home router with 2 or 3 devices connected to it at a time, nothing fancy. I ...
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Fanless mini-itx motherboard with a 4x-16x PCI-e slot for OpenBSD project?

Any recommendations on a fanless mini itx board with a 4x-16x PCI-E slot? Something a few years old ideally, as I need to keep costs down. Current set-up is with a fanless Asus J1800-c, which runs ...
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Is there a portable or travel wireless router that supports 5GHz 802.11ac that can be powered via USB?

Is there a portable or travel wireless router that supports 5GHz 802.11ac? I'm looking to install one in my car with through its integrated USB port, or via 12v DC adapter?
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Decision on Router for small business(es)

I asked my question over at SuperUser, but was directed here instead. :) I'm currently looking for a new Router for my office, but since I live in Norway there isn't a lot of stores/webstores that ...
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Adding a wireless NIC to a Debian router

I'm looking for a wireless network card to add to my Debian router. I'll be using it to create an access point, so it has to have a chipset that supports AP mode on linux. It can be PCIe x1 or PCI and ...
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Range extender via ethernet rather than WiFi

Is there a range extender that is using ethernet rather than WiFi for incoming network. Meaning, I want my range extender to have an input ethernet port (rather than output), so that I'll connect it ...
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Router that would connect to 2 ISPs and mobile hotspot to provide quality service?

I'm based in London. I can have two independent fibers delivered to my door (roughly £30 per month each) + unlimited 4G LTE (£25 per month) I would like to find router that would connect to 3 ...
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Wireless bridge with AP

I'm looking for a router that could wirelessly bridge with my main wireless router and still work as a wireless access point, just like the Wireless #2 router is doing in the image below: Is there a ...
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Looking for router that can handle 3TB exFAT / HFS+ external HDD

I recently bought a WD My Passport Ultra 3TB external HDD. It's performing beautifully and blazing fast, zero complaints there. However I did find out that my aging router (TP-Link's TL-WDR4300) doesn'...
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Wireless card on my Macbook Pro which support 802.11 ac [closed]

I'm having the Card Type : AirPort Extreme (0x14E4, 0xF5) which support 802.11 a/b/g/n, but this is not enough for me. As my new router is WRT 1900 ac (Linksys) and it is using the new technology 802....
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Car / bus 12 volt wifi router external storage

Our family does long distance car travel 2 or 3 times a year. I have young kids and I load up movies and tv shows spread across all tablet and phone devices. What I'd prefer do is run a wifi router ...
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Cisco dual routers

I have a business of 300-400 employees. I am looking for a dual router that can push T3 speeds. I have looked into the Cisco RV325 (the router needs to be Cisco) but I'm not sure if that'll be enough ...
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WLAN router for 802.1X (RADIUS) testing

We're developing devices that shall support 802.1X authentication. For testing purposes, we need to connect a few of them to a switch / router. We need "usual" WLAN (802.11b/g/n) 7 100 MBit ...
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3g modem that works out of the box with Linux

I want a 3g Modem. I want it to work without running the propreitary install.sh provided on the modem as a U3 disk. I want it to work with open drivers. I bought D-Link DWM-157 but it seems to need ...
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Looking for a VPN capable router for a small business

Looking to buy a VPN capable router, for less than 10 concurrent users. It needs to handle IPSec and have us be able to connect to it from both OS X and Windows clients. Preferably it needs to work ...
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stress tolerant router

Searching for a router, maybe a router/DSL modem hybrid that is a bit robust. I don´t care about speed; anything on the current market will suffice; but I´d like something that can take a few bumps ...
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Router under 80$ with OpenVPN support

I need a router with OpenVPN. So, I'm looking into a router with OpenWRT or DD-WRT support. The router must be able to handle OpenVPN. I need as many LAN Ports as possible. Minimum of 4. I don't ...
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ADSL+ modem and Wi-Fi router recommendation for India

I'm kind of looking for a replacement and am really confused of the options available so I need suggestion from experts out there! I've a Linksys WAG 200G ADSL model which had a 54Mbps wifi speed and ...
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Router for gigabit connection

Im looking for recommendations for which router to buy for my new gigabit connection at home. I have: a 1000mbit/1000mbit connection a small apartment with no thick walls maximum three devices ...
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Non-WiFi network router that can handle IP spoofing attacks

I run a small business that handles credit card point of sales transactions over my business internet account. Per some updated regulations with the credit processing company, they now have a ...
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Looking for specific router / access point brand

Several weeks or months ago I read a discussion, probably on Hacker News, and in it somebody recommended a router that fixed all his router problems. Reception was excellent, and it had an option to ...
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A good dual or even three channel router

I'm looking for a dual- or multi-channel router. Requirements: 2/3 or more channels Supports IP/TV as well as the standard functionality Reliable brand (think Asus, D-Link) Not more than €300.
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Router that supports ping based QoS out of the box

I am looking for a router whose built in firmware can ensure QoS such that if one user is say downloading torrents (completely hogging up the bandwidth) it will slow his speed down to the point that ...
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What is a good WLAN Router with DSL-Modem for OpenWRT

I'm looking for a WLAN-Router with integrated DSL-Modem (ADSL) which is supported by OpenWRT. Currently running a TP-Link WR4300 which is not having DSL integrated. The provider is suggesting FRITZ!...
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Looking for lightweight portable WiFi router

Some basic searches: https://lifehacker.com/five-best-travel-routers-1452441479 https://www.techhive.com/article/2150741/laptop-accessories/tested-6-new-travel-routers-that-can-deploy-a-secure-wi-fi-...
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Looking to boost the Wi-Fi with an extender or second router

My current setup is a Virgin Media SuperHub and a CSL - 300 Mbit/s USB 2.0 WiFi Dongle. I however am getting inconsistent connectivity just 5/6 Metres (down the hall) from the hub, and when I am ...
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Home router that logs per-device internet usage

What routers support per-device Internet bandwidth usage monitoring out of the box? (I'd prefer not to go down the route of hacking in an aftermarket firmware if I don't have to; [1],[2]) We have a ...