The Tenda W150M wireless AP/router and firewall has a compact design and offers easy installation with the setup wizard. This Tenda 1-port router provides 150 Mbps transmission rates and a 10/100 Mbps auto-negotiation Ethernet LAN/WAN port, enabling you to connect at super-speeds. Supporting virtual server, DMZ host, as well as xDSL/cable modem static, dynamic, and PPPOE connections, this Tenda wireless router has versatile compatibility. This Tenda 1-port router includes MAC address filters and channel auto-selection, which protect your PC successfully. This Tenda wireless router can be powered via a USB port or a power adapter. The Tenda W150M supports UPnP, DDNS, and LAN, for access control over internet connections.
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I'm computer literate and fairly comfortable with technology and I had no issues setting it up. in fact, it was easy enough that I don't remember setting this up when I did it a year or two back.
In short, I use this for travelling and it does a great job. I've set up a password protected (WPA2) wireless network that I can connect to with my laptop and iPod Touch. It's small (a bit bigger than a deck of cards) and easy to tuck into my luggage.
I set it up once and have never had to change any
settings again. Granted, I am not trying to do anything fancy with it, but I plug it in, it works and I haven't had any problems with it. I have no reason not to recommend it-- it's compact, reliable (no issues in the last year or two I've had it) and does it's job. What more can you ask for?
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I have used several pocket routers. While each has its own drawback, I found W150M to best match my requirements.W150M is powered by standard mini-USB connector. It means that if you already have a cable/power supply in your kit, there's no need to pack additional power supply for this pocket router. It doesn't seem to draw too much power. I have yet to see a USB power source that can't power this device.There are 3 modes that I use often :- Access Point (bridge wireless interface to a wired int
erface)- Wireless Router (shares a wired connection to several devices)- Wireless ISP Router (shares a wireless connection to several devices)I can't comment on other modes, this W150M performs beautifully under these modes. I once left it on for 2 days straight. It never crashed.One of the best thing of this pocket router is that you can switch between modes using a physical button, with dedicated LED lights showing which mode...
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So the main reason I bought the Tenda W150M instead of another travel router was D-T-D's review. The selling point was being able to configure it without relying on a PC/laptop. I was looking for something I could use when travelling to share hotel wifi connections across multiple iOS devices. I got it working pretty easily in AP, WISP Router, and Wireless Router modes when testing it at home.The documentation is next to useless and doesn't do a very good job of explaining how things work so you
need to know more than the basics about networking and that may turn a lot of people off. I was never able to connect to it from a machine on the existing network. Only from the Tenda's clients. So here is how I use the three modes:AP - There's an existing router/DHCP Server on the network and all you want to do is to add Wifi capability. Your existing router will hand out IP addresses. Although this worked fine for me when it was in this mode I was never able to figure...