ASUS Black Diamond ADSL 2/2+ Gigabit WiFi Router 11n Dual Band 600Mbps
ASUS DSL-N55U Dual-Band Wireless N600 ADSL2/2+ Modem Router with 4 Port Gigabit Switch
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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 Eee Pad 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.
Two Devices in One – ADSL Modem and Wi-Fi Router
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.
Dual-Band Connectivity for Lag-Free Entertainment
Double your total wireless bandwidth and reduce Wi-Fi interference with the DSL-N55U’s simultaneous 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands at a combined speed of up to 600Mbps. Basic internet processes like web browsing or file downloads run under the 2.4GHz band, while simultaneous streaming of HD content occurs in the super-fast 5GHz band, always ensuring optimized speeds and allowing a smooth and buffer-free experience.
Two Multi-Functional Built-In USB ports
Featuring connectivity to devices, FTPs, Samba, UPnP AV servers, and DLNA support, the DSL-N55U makes sharing and networking easier with two built-in USB ports. Download HTTP, FTP, and P2P files to a router-connected USB storage device all day, even without a PC. Additionally, the twin USB ports allow for networked printer and file server connections, so you perform multiple tasks at once. Features • 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
• File sharing, printer sharing, and iPad charging using multi-functional twin USB ports
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