TP-LINK UK Mains Socket Pocket WiFi/Wireless Router/Access Point/Ethernet Adapter
Portable and Compact—Ideal for Home and Travel Use
TL-WR710N is small enough to put into your pocket and take on the road to share the Internet. When your hotel only offers a wired network connection, just plug the network cable into the TL-WR710N and enter the default password to enjoy the convenience of wireless networking in your hotel room.
Multiple Operating Modes for Different Scenarios
• Wireless Router Mode (Default): Creates an instant private wireless network and share Internet to multiple Wi-Fi devices, which is suitable for most hotel and home network.
• Client Mode (TV/Game Console): Gives wired-only devices access to an existing Wi-Fi networks.
• Repeater Mode: Extend existing Wi-Fi, improving signal strength and maximizing coverage.
• Access Point Mode: Creates a wireless network for Wi-Fi devices.
• WISP Client Router Mode: Simultaneous Wireless ISP access and sharing.
Multifunctional USB Port for File Sharing and Charging
Equipped with a multifunctional USB 2.0 port, you can share files and media within local network among your different devices such as PCs, smart phones and tablets. Also, the USB port can provide power supply (up to 5V/1A) to mobile devices like smart phones or tablets, so that you can avoid the trouble of carrying several chargers while travelling.
TL-WR710N provides WPA/WPA2 encryptions, which effectively and efficiently protect the wireless network. Features • Portable design and built-in power adapter, ideal for travel and home use
• Supports five operating modes - Wireless Router, Client, Repeater, Access Point and WISP Client Router mode
• Wireless speeds of up to 150Mbps
• Two RJ45 ports (One interchangeable WAN/LAN port and a LAN port) allow for flexibility to work in different operating modes
• USB port supports charging for smart phones and tablets
• USB port supports storage sharing, media server function
• Pre-encryption prevents unauthorized access from users outside of the network
• IP based Bandwidth Control allows administrators to determine how much bandwidth is allotted to each PC
• Live Parental Controls allow parents or administrators to establish restricted access policies for children or staff
|Networking, Connectivity & Ports|
|Compatible Internet Connections|
|Other Connectors||1 x USB 2.0|
|Total LAN Connections||1|
|Total WAN Connections||1|
|Wireless Speed||150 Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Single Band|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||<20dBm(2.4GHz)|
|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
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
- 0845 147 0017
UK Users Tel:
0845 147 0017
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Procedures in Detail
Step 1: Contact us through our Technical Support Line 0845 147 0017 (UK) or 0818 229 000 (Ireland), a representative will help you with remote troubleshooting. If the product is judged to be defective, the representative will provide you with a unique RMA number. Customer contact and product info will be requested during this process.
Step 2: An email explaining the RMA process will be sent from TP-LINK UK.
Step 3: Send defective product, purchase receipt along with RMA number to TP-LINK.
Note: Customers are responsible for the shipping fee in Step 3.
Step 4) Once the defective product is received, TP-LINK UK Limited will send back a replacement and inform customer of the tracking number. The warranty starts from the purchase date of your original unit and lasts for 2+1 years on SOHO products regardless of how many replacements are made.
Note: TP-LINK UK Limited will pay the one way shipping fee in Step 4
PLEASE NOTE: If you register your product with TP-LINK then you can enjoy a free 3rd year warranty.
Sign in portal http://warranty.uk.tp-link.com/SignIn.aspx
Warranty information http://uk.tp-link.com/rma.html
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