|Brand New Apple Airport Extreme 802.11N (5th Gen) With AirPort Disk feature|
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|Apple AirPort Extreme 54 Mbps 3-Port Gigabit Wireless N Router (MC340LL/A)|
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|The AirPort Extreme SP628 is an Apple 3-Port router which provides blazing-fast, secure, wireless network connection for home, schools or businesses. With IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n protocols, the AirPort Extreme SP628 significantly improves network throughput and ensures maximum data transfer rate. To minimize configuration errors as well as IP address conflicts, this wireless router includes DHCP protocol. The 40-bit and 128-bit encryption WEP standard of this Apple 3-Port router ensures safe and secure data transmission. Moreover, in order to check the authenticity of the messages being transmitted, this wireless router comes with MAC address filtering security. NAT firewall integrated in the AirPort Extreme SP628 protects your network from intruders and malicious programs.|
|Wireless Technology||Wireless N|
|Wireless Speed||54 Mbps|
|USB for File Sharing||Yes|
|Connectivity||Wired & Wireless|
Average review score based on 37 user reviews
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I like this router, it give me more option on my home sharing. I still can connect my old router to it. Therefore I have two wireless network in my house. I also connect my printer and external hard drive to the router. That makes so much easier to share the files and print from any devices I owned. I have iPhone and macbook air, and two pc( one desktop, one laptop). This is great product.
As with any apple product, these routers are made really robust. They work flawlessly and seldom hangs with a need to reset or restart. I have used dozens of wireless routers in the last decade or so, from every popular brand including Cisco small business, but nothing comes even close to this in terms of stability. The best part is that if you are mac user, the configuration is so simply using the airport utility in mac. Just imagine you plug the power into the router, no network cables, no wireless configuration done yet, but still the airport utility detects an airport router around that you can configure right from the mac without any wires apart from the power in it. But one should know that this is not configurable using a browser, you have to use only the airport utility in Mac or download one for windows to configure this. There is no web configuration possible. You can however configure it in such a way that you could even manage this via internet/WAN but no browser based config. I don't think it is a big deal that no browser config is possible.
Updated my older netgear router that performed well for quite a few years but was a nightmare(for me anyway) to setup or to add any new device. I have an Airport Express that I use for wireless speakers(not router option). It is plugged in 24/7 and worked/still working flawlessly so that was my main reason for selecting the Extreme. This router is very easy to setup. I had it up and running with all my devices attached within 5 minutes! A nice feature is the "guest network". Will let visitors use the network with a specific code selected by you. Another nice feature is the status light will flash to let you know of any firmware updates. I am very pleased with performance, range, ease of setup so far.
I had my old Linksys router for more than 5 years. I am really upset about the speed because it's a b-standard one. I get this apple router for a pretty good price and the condition is excellent. It's easy to install, even a child will know how to do with it. The design is simple and no lights flashing all the day. It's very reliable and the speed is excellent. It does cover a big area and you could even set up a guest network for your friend. This is a very good product and i am highly recommended it to all of you!
My experience using the Apple A1354 54 Mbps 3-Port Gigabit Wireless N Router (MC340LLA).This thing Works as described. It's worth the money if you want a USB on your router for sharing.