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Edimax BR-6428nC nMAX 300M 2T2R Wireless 802.11n Broadband Router

Edimax BR-6428nC nMAX 300M 2T2R Wireless 802.11n Broadband Router with 4P Switch, detachable antenna (9dBi)

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Scan code: LN55780 Manufacturer code: BR-6428nC (9dBi) Request call
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Product Overview The BR-6428nC is a 300Mbps high-speed multi-function Wi-Fi solution which supports IEEE 802.11b/g/n standards and provides significantly improved coverage with the 9dBi antenna. Operating as a router, access point or range extender, the BR-6428nC’s flexibility meets the demands of any networking applications. The smart iQ Setup wizard makes setup and installation as easy as a few clicks. Impressive performance and a competitive price make the BR-6428nC a cost-effective solution for home or small office environments.

3-in-1 Router, Access Point and Range Extender
The BR-6428nC can work as router, access point or range extender. Just configure the mode you need for your network environment using the smart iQ Setup wizard and enjoy surfing the web.

Features • 3-in-1 Router, Access Point, and Range Extender
• Smart iQ Setup for smart, automatic and quick installation with no CD required
• 9dBi High Gain Antenna: Enhances wireless range and coverage
• Guest network: Provides connectivity while isolating guests from your primary network.
• Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Button: For easy one-click setup
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
EDIMAX
Telephone:
0845 123 8307
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Edimax BR-6428nC nMAX 300M 2T2R Wireless 802.11n Broadband Router
Edimax BR-6428nC nMAX 300M 2T2R Wireless 802.11n Broadband Router