Receive Wireless Internet Access from any Power Outlet in Your Home As home networking continues to spread and evolve at rapid speed, some users find that their wireless router does not reach all corners or their home, or that they would like to have their wireless network originate from a point of their choosing, rather than be tethered to the point where the Internet enters their home. Other users would rather have a wireless network where no product is on the floor, and no cables are visible at all.
|Frequency Band||Encryption: 64/128-bit WEP|
|Speeds Supported||54 Mbps|
|Interfaces||Ethernet - RJ-45|
|Network Architecture Supported||Ethernet - 10 Mbps Twisted Pair (10BaseT)|Wireless Ethernet - 54 Mbps IEEE802.11g|
|Powerline Transmission Standard||HomePlug 1.0|
|Device Type||Access Point|Range Extender|
|Network OS Support||Linux|Microsoft Windows 2000|Microsoft Windows 95|Microsoft Windows 98|Microsoft Windows 98 SE|Microsoft Windows ME|Microsoft Windows NT 3.5x|Microsoft Windows NT 4.0|Microsoft Windows XP|Novell Netware (Unspecified Version)|UNIX|
|Warranty Information||Lifetime Limited Warranty|
|Network Status Indicators||Power|Wireless|
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