Buffalo Technology AirStation HighPower N300 Wireless Router & AP - WHR-HP-G300N

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Value
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Ease of Use
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Performance

Had nothing but problems with this router, until I flashed to DD-WRT. It was hooked up to a docsis 3 motorola cable modem with comcast service. It wouldn't aquire/keep an IP from dhcp, and the automatic setup kept trying to tell me I had a DSL connection. In short, the firmware was really dodgy. So I flashed the router with the latest version of DD-WRT, and it's worked flawlessly since then. I wouldn't buy this router unless you were planning to flash it anyway. The AOSS security doesn't work after you install DD-WRT it seems. But I wasn't going to use it anyway.

-Brad quote

I have purchased "D-Link, Linksys, and Trendnet" routers before, and I have to say this is the greatest router I have ever used. The router works with my desktop, laptop, and xbox 360 flawlessly. It came installed with a Buffalo skinned version of DD-WRT which is a major plus. Very easy to use and setup. The only downside is the price. This router can be purchased without DD-WRT and the price is 20 dollar difference. I have read up that the new versions of the cheaper router blocks the ability to install DD-WRT by one self, thus the only option is to purchase the more expensive router.

-Yoshi quote

Performs well, with different firmware.

by Brad on 5/3/2010

Had nothing but problems with this router, until I flashed to DD-WRT. It was hooked up to a docsis 3 motorola cable modem with comcast service. It wouldn't aquire/keep an IP from dhcp, and the automatic setup kept trying to tell me I had a DSL connection. In short, the firmware was really dodgy. So I flashed the router with the latest version of DD-WRT, and it's worked flawlessly since then. I wouldn't buy this router unless you were planning to flash it anyway. The AOSS security doesn't work after you install DD-WRT it seems. But I wasn't going to use it anyway.

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by Yoshi on 3/21/2011

I have purchased "D-Link, Linksys, and Trendnet" routers before, and I have to say this is the greatest router I have ever used. The router works with my desktop, laptop, and xbox 360 flawlessly. It came installed with a Buffalo skinned version of DD-WRT which is a major plus. Very easy to use and setup. The only downside is the price. This router can be purchased without DD-WRT and the price is 20 dollar difference. I have read up that the new versions of the cheaper router blocks the ability to install DD-WRT by one self, thus the only option is to purchase the more expensive router.

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Product Overview

The Buffalo AirStation™ Wireless-N 300Mbps router uses the latest wireless LAN technology to deliver high speed Internet connections of up to 300Mbps. Incorporating a built-in 100Mbps 4-Port router, enabling shared connections between home PC’s and is easy to setup with the Buffalo AirStation™ One-Touch Secure System (AOSS™).

The ideal router for sharing your Internet connection between the family when viewing files, music, or video and perfect to use when working from home. Simple push button set-up for a great combination of speed and security!

  • HighPower Technology reduces dead spots, and extends the range in and around the home or small office
  • High Speed Wireless Connection up to 300Mbps using Wireless-N technology.
  • Enhanced Wireless & Wired Multi Security Management
  • Easy setup with AirStation™ One-Touch Secure System (AOSS™) or WPS

  • Specifications

    Manufacturer Buffalo Technology
    Mfg Part# WHR-HP-G300N
    SKU 212961832
    UPC 747464120249
    UPC 14 00747464120249
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