TP-Link N300 Wireless Portable Nano Travel Router – WiFi Bridge/Range Extender/Access Point/Client Modes, Mobile in Pocket(TL-WR802N)

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TP-Link N300 Wireless Portable Nano Travel Router – WiFi Bridge/Range Extender/Access Point/Client Modes, Mobile in Pocket(TL-WR802N) Description

Product Description The pocket-sized TL-WR802N creates a private Wi-Fi hotspot anywhere an Internet connection is available. Powered via a wall outlet or USB port, the travel router works with 2.4GHz devices, including Chrome cast and reaches speeds of 300Mbps for streaming video, placing Internet calls, and gaming online without lag. Product information Technical Details Collapse all Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM Wireless Type 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1 Other Technical Details Brand Name TP-LINK Series TL-WR802N California residents Click here for Proposition 65 warning Item model number TL-WR802N Operating System Microsoft Windows 98SE, NT, 2000, XP, Vista or Windows 8.1/8/7, MACOS, NetWare, UNIX or Linux, Microsoft Windows 98SE, NT, 2000, XP, Vista or Windows 8.1/8/7, MACOS, NetWare, UNIX or Linux Item Weight 7.2 ounces Product Dimensions 2.2 x 2.2 x 0.7 inches Item Dimensions L x W x H 2.2 x 2.2 x 0.7 inches Color Basic Processor Count 1 Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM Technical Specification Installation Manual [pdf ] User Manual [pdf ] User Guide [pdf ] Additional Information ASIN B00TQEX8BO Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 647 customer reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #475 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100) #49 in Computers & Accessories > Routers Shipping Weight 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Date First Available September 16, 2015 Warranty & Support Return Policy: You may return any new computer purchased from that is ‘dead on arrival,’ arrives in damaged condition, or is still in unopened boxes, for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. reserves the right to test ‘dead on arrival’ returns and impose a customer fee equal to 15 percent of the product sales price if the customer misrepresents the condition of the product. 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Review this productShare your thoughts with other customersWrite a customer review Customer images See all customer images Read reviews that mention client mode travel router access point hotel wifi easy to setup easy to set ethernet cable range extender wireless network hotspot usb port like a charm great little wifi network tech support highly recommend works perfectly cell phone works as advertised hotspot mode Showing 1-8 of 647 reviewsTop ReviewsMost recentTop ReviewsThere was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.JHutton5.0 out of 5 starsGreat travel routerFebruary 17, 2016Very versatile travel router. When only a wired connection is available, it creates a secured WIFI hotspot. When only a WIFI connection is available it creates a wired connection. The onboard admin software makes it very easy to switch between modes. It is so small that I can pack it along with its USB cable and Ethernet cable into a hard sided glasses case (See photo).Read more 242 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abusesorari5.0 out of 5 starsGot this for my Xbox One S. Didn’t expect it to be this good!April 30, 2017Verified PurchaseI got the TP-Link N300 Travel Router (without the USB port) specifically for my Xbox One S. I didn’t expect it to be this good!My university uses an indirect wi-fi login system (we connect to the open university network, which brings up an internet page asking us to login with our university ID and password to authenticate — similar in system to most hotels and airports), which the Xbox can’t handle. So I decided to create a small internal network in my room that has its own SSID and password. I went with a mini router rather than just a range extender because this mini router has greater functionality for around the same price as most extenders.Size: As you can see in my pictures, the length/width is a little more than that of two quarters side-by-side, and the thickness of 3/4ths a quarter. I was surprised by how small it was when I opened it.Accessories: It comes with an ethernet cable, USB charger, wall adapter (though this is a bit clunky for modern standards), travel pouch, Wi-fi Info Card, and the standard instructions.Setup: Quick and easy, though you’ll need to have a computer (I’m not sure if it works on a smartphone/tablet) to access the setup page. It took me about five minutes to set mine up in Access Point Mode. Basically, you plug in the router for your preferred mode as per the image/instructions. You then connect to your router from your computer using the password on the Wi-Fi Info Card and go to tplinkwifi(dot)net to do a quick setup. Here you can choose what mode you want to use the router in, change your SSID, password, etc. Then reboot to reconfigure the router.Modes: There are five modes — two for travel and three for at home use. I went with the Access Point (AP) Mode for my uses, but I probably could have just gone ahead with the default Wireless Router mode. The ethernet port in my room was too far away from my Xbox to use Client mode. Regardless, it’s working great. I’ve attempted to give explanations for the different modes below, but I’m not particularly knowledgeable in this so please correct me if there are any inaccuracies.For Travel:1. Wireless Router (default): Basically, it turns a wired internet connection wireless.2. Hotspot Router: I would best describe this as taking an open (and unsecured) wi-fi connection and making it password protected (personal hotspot). The router takes the unsecured wi-fi connection and creates a secured wi-fi/wired connection, and you can have one device connected directly to the router and have the rest of your devices using your protected wi-fi at the same time. Useful for connecting to the internet in public places like cafes. I believe it’s also great for hotel rooms where only one device can use the internet per room. Connect this and all your devices can use the internet.For Home:3. Range Extender: Similar in nature to the Hotspot Router Mode — it goes wi-fi to wi-fi, except this mode uses your home’s network and maintains the same password as your home’s AP. It’s to extend your home’s wi-fi to reach any wi-fi dead spots in your house (like the attic or basement, or that weird corner of the room where you like to huddle and binge watch Netflix but just happens to be the same place where wi-fi connectivity is super sketch and the video never loads). You can use the router for both wired and wi-fi connections simultaneously.4. Client: Sort of the opposite of the Wireless Router mode — this takes a wi-fi network and makes it wired so that devices that don’t have wi-fi capabilities can connect to the internet. It’s great for smart TVs, game consoles, printers.5. Access Point: Same as the Wireless Router mode, takes a wired network and makes it wi-fi.Speed: There wasn’t really any compromises made with the download speed. My university has incredibly fast wi-fi (though my dorm isn’t as fast as our libraries), so I’m glad that wasn’t sacrificed. The upload speeds weren’t as consistent, but still not bad. You can see the speed test results in my pictures.Overall, I’m really liking this mini router. The size is perfect for travel (it’s smaller than my Macbook Pro’s MagSafe adapter…!), and the setup was straightforward. Definitely a recommended buy.Read more 92 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseTerresa Monroe Hamilton4.0 out of 5 starsNetworking Headaches? Take Two Of These And Call Me In The Morning.July 8, 2017Verified PurchaseThis review is specifically for this device:***** TP-Link N300 Wireless Wi-Fi Nano Travel Router***** a very frustrating two day adventure with another brand, I hoped this would be easier. And, once you figure out that you should be setting it up with your phone/tablet (WiFi mobile device), the process gets a lot easier.According to the manual, it seems that you OUGHT to be able to set it up using a wired connection, but the device (at least for me) will not hold a wired connection, and it doesn’t matter whether you select a static IP address or use the DHCP provided by the device. I spent more than an hour screwing around with a wired connection, all to no avail.However, reading through the manual for the third time, it finally occurred to me that I might be able to use my phone to connect to the WiFi SSID provided by the device. There’s a little business card that comes in the package. DO NOT LOSE THIS CARD. The card has both the device SSID and the factory generated password (it’s a string of digits, and you may need a magnifier).My phone, and (if you’re using an Android phone) maybe yours, will connect to the device’s access point via the SSID (e.g. TP-LINK_C846 for mine), but your phone/tablet may warn you that the device doesn’t appear to connect to the Internet, and ask you if this is what you want to do. Choose YES.Please be patient. The setup side of the device is slow. It takes most of a minute to boot up, it loads the internal Web pages very slowly, and so on. Just chill out and let it take its sweet time.The next thing you will notice is that your screen isn’t large enough to show the whole page, and you will have scroll and pan around to see everything.Just follow the directions from there. However, NOTE, read carefully the descriptions for the various modes. If you are trying to set it up to connect wired devices (or a wired network of devices) to a wireless network, and if you are used to using other brands, you might think that you want to choose ‘AP’ (Access Point) mode, however in this device, THAT mode is called ‘Client’ mode. It will scan the area for WiFi networks. You will pick yours, and you will enter the password for your router.Once everything is set the way you want it, you will want to reboot the device (well, okay, the device will tell you it wants to reboot), so go ahead and do that.Now you can take that device and run a wired connection to any Ethernet enabled device, appliance, or wired network (using, for example, a switch) and it will magically bind that thing or group of things to the wireless network transparently.The workstation I’m typing on right now has been having a problem with its on-board WiFi adapter, which has a tendency, since a recent Windows update, to just die every couple of hours. This was driving me nuts. So I’ve turned off that WiFi adapter and put the N300 WiFi Nano on one of my wired Ethernet ports, and — PRESTO! — no network connection failures since! Woo hoo!And the beauty of this? The gizmo that’s actually working costs about half the price of the one that refused to work.Think I’m gonna buy another two or three of these. Very handy.Read more 52 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseRoberta in Maryland5.0 out of 5 starsComact, Powerful Travel Router/Hotspot/Access Point/Range ExtenderJune 28, 2016Verified PurchaseI ordered this product for several reasons:• When my Internet goes down, I can connect to an Xfinitywifi (I am an Xfinity customer) hotspot and connect my Vonage phone adapter that does not support wifi.• When I travel and the hotel allows only 1 device active on hotel’s wifi, I use this device in WDS mode. The hotel sees the Travel Router as the one device and I can connect both my phone and my laptop AND• I can connect my Amazon Fire Stick at the same time. By connecting to my own private, secure, wifi network, I can use my iphone as the remote for the Fire Stick.Another plus feature is: the DDNS support uses the real external IP address rather than the WAN address it receives from the hotspot’s DHCP server.All of the above works as documented. I highly recommend this product.Read more 35 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseSee all 647 reviewsWrite a customer review Set up an Amazon Giveaway Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway This item: TP-Link N300 Wireless Portable Nano Travel Router – WiFi Bridge/Range Extender/Access Point/Client Modes, Mobile in Pocket(TL-WR802N) Set up a giveaway Customers who viewed this item also viewedPage 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1 This shopping feature will continue to load items. 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