DIGISOL Introduces 150Mbps Wireless ADSL2/2+ Broadband Router with 5dBi Antenna

DIGISOL has introduced its high performance 150Mbps Wireless ADSL2/2+ Broadband Router DG-BG4100N with detachable 5dBi high gain antenna. The DG-BG4100N is an ideal wireless broadband CPE solution for both home users who wish to share high speed internet access and small offices that wish to do business using Internet. The DG-BG4100N supports IEEE802.11n wireless LAN providing speed up to 150Mbps. Computers that are connected with the router through the Ethernet interfaces and wirelessly can establish a small local area network (LAN) and access internet through the router.digisol10-4-13

The DG-BG4100N is a broadband router providing downstream speed of up to 24Mbps and upstream speed up to 1Mbps. It provides one RJ11 telephone interface for ADSL connection, four RJ45 Ethernet interfaces for connecting to notebook/desktop computer or other network devices.

DG-BG4100N has a built in Access Point which allows multiple wireless clients to access the LAN resources and Internet wirelessly. The router also supports configuration of 4 additional Guest wireless networks with user isolation. The router can bridge wirelessly to another Access Point to extend the wireless network by few meters.

DG-BG4100N supports robust security using WPA2 which enhances the security of wireless network to protect sensitive data from hackers. DG-BG4100N also supports 64/128 bit WEP encryption which offers first level of security choice to home users to provide confidentiality of the wireless network.

The DG-BG4100N wireless broadband router supports WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), which simplifies wireless client setup procedures (using push button). This enables user to secure their wireless network quickly and easily.

This router supports Quality of Service based on the application, IP address and the physical port based users. The priority can be set in 4 different levels i.e. highest, high, normal and low depending on the type of traffic. The 4 LAN ports of the router can also be assigned priority depending on the type of traffic they carry.