11ac Performance Dual Band Wireless Router from Synology RT1900ac
Fast, reliable Wi-Fi
Equipped with three powerful antennas and support for the latest 802.11ac wireless networking standard, Synology Router RT1900ac broadcasts both 2.4 and 5 GHz spectrums for combined data transfer speeds of up to 1900 Mbps . Never worry about speed bottlenecks even when multiple people are connected to the network.
Game-changing software experience
Synology Router Manager (SRM) is the operating system that powers the Synology Router RT1900ac. With the friendly interface, it makes managing your network and Wi-Fi settings super simple, while delivering robust tools for power users and professionals.
Quick and easy setup
When first setting up Synology Routers RT1900ac, simply plug it into your existing ISP modem, enter "router.synology.com" in a web browser, and follow the interactive installation guide to finish. You can also install DS router to find and complete setup using your Android or iOS device. Features Parental Controls
For parents or business owners, you can easily set a schedule to control when children or employees are allowed to access the Internet. In addition, with a vast database of dangerous or inappropriate websites built into SRM, you can customize what kinds of content is permitted and effectively block thousands of sites with a few simple clicks.
Intelligent web filtering
Whereas traditional routers implement URL-based web filtering to block or allow specific content in the network, Synology Router Manager includes a more intelligent web filtering which checks if content is blocked or allowed during the DNS lookup stage of communication, making it harder to sneak through and see unauthorized content, while also reducing system resource consumption.
VPN support, RADIUS server, and other possibilities
Go beyond a simple router with a rich selection of add-on software packages available on Synology's Package Center. Transform your Synology Router RT1900ac into a personal VPN server, professional RADIUS authentication server, 24/7 download hub, multimedia library, or add other handy features for use at home or the office.
Take your files everywhere
By connecting a USB storage drive or SD (SDXC) card to Synology Router RT1900ac, you can access the contents from anywhere or share files with family and coworkers. Support for all popular file protocols — like SMB, AFP, FTP, or WebDAV — means Synology Router RT1900ac plays nice with Windows and Mac computers, as well as Android and iOS devices.
Tap, swipe, and manage everything
Install the DS router on your Android or iOS device and conveniently manage settings on Synology Router RT1900ac from the palm of your hand. DS router delivers robust tools and options, such as easy installation, wireless network management, real-time traffic monitoring and controls, as well as much more.
With Network Tools, you can easily test, analyze, and troubleshoot network connections using the Ping and Traceroute tools. In addition, you can remotely wake up devices connected to Synology Router RT1900ac using the Wake on LAN panel.
Dual guest Wi-Fi
You can create dual guest wireless networks, allowing temporary visitors to connect to the Internet, while restricting them from accessing local resources, such as servers with sensitive data and files. This is useful for businesses or other institutions who want to provide a wireless connectivity for visitors, but keep them from accessing sensitive resources, such as the office file server.
The USB port allows for sharing a printer across your wireless network. Simply plug it in and everyone connected to the network can take advantage of a centralized network printer — without having to worry about plugging in more wires.
This handy diagnostics tool helps you optimize and understand security settings for your specific environment. By performing a comprehensive analysis of system settings, password strength, and network preferences, Security Advisor minimizes security holes and protects Synology Router RT1900ac — and your whole network.
|Networking, Connectivity & Ports|
|Compatible Internet Connections|
|Total LAN Connections||4|
|Total WAN Connections||1|
|Wireless Speed||1300+600 Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Dual Band|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||2.4GHz 3.5dBi, 5GHz 4.6dBi|
|Antenna||3x3 MIMO Omni-directional high-gain dipole (2.4GHz / 5GHz)|
|Router/Modem Processor||Dual Core 1.0 GHz|
|Internal RAM Memory|
|Internal Flash Memory|
|Security & VPN|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Customer can make request to
1) RMA turn around time within 1 week.
2) Send to Milton Keynes
3) You will receive replacement
Synology UK Limited
+44 (0)1908 274659 (Support)
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