eXtended Range 54M Wireless Router: TP-Link TL-WR542G Review. Page 7
[07/01/2007 08:35 AM | Networking]
by Platon Scheblykin
Today we are going to introduce to you an Entry level SOHO router priced at about $60. It also offers an Extended Range feature that allows working with the router’s wireless access point from a bigger distance than with ordinary 802.11g devices. Despite its relatively low price and entry-level positioning, this router may challenge some top models from renowned brands. Read more in our review!
Incoming and outgoing traffic for client devices is shown on the Wireless Statistics page.
Parameters of the integrated DHCP server and local DNS server addresses are specified on the DHCP Settings page.
A list of all addresses assigned by the router is shown in the DHCP Clients List.
Using the options available on the Address Reservation page you can reserve certain addresses for your machines.
On the Virtual Server page you can specify machines on the local network that will be accessible for incoming requests via certain protocols.
The Port Triggering page is needed to dynamically open ports for specific connections.
On the DMZ page you can specify a LAN address all incoming requests will be forwarded to.
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