TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND Ultimate Wireless N300 Router , Gigabit, 300Mbps, USB port , 3 Detachable Antenna x3/ IP QoS/ QSS Button

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TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND Ultimate Wireless N300 Router , Gigabit, 300Mbps, USB port , 3 Detachable Antenna x3/ IP QoS/ QSS Button

TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND Ultimate Wireless N300 Router , Gigabit, 300Mbps, USB port , 3 Detachable Antenna x3/ IP QoS/ QSS Button

  • Gigabit Ethernet ports enabling ultimate transfer speed Centrally storing and content sharing by connecting USB storage drives
  • CCA improves wireless performance while automatically avoiding channel conflicts Wireless N speed up to 300Mbps
  • Supports UPnP, DDNS, static routing, VPN pass-through, and data forwarding Features IP, MAC, URL filtering which flexibly controls
  • Supports QSS (Quick Secure Setup), provides 64/128/152-bit WEP encryption, WPA/WPA2, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK authentication
  • User interface supports free web software updates 3 detachable antennas (reverse SMA connector) BACK TO TOP

TP-Link TL-WR1043ND 300Mbps Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit Router with 3x 3dBi Antennas

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3 Responses to “TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND Ultimate Wireless N300 Router , Gigabit, 300Mbps, USB port , 3 Detachable Antenna x3/ IP QoS/ QSS Button”

  1. Comment by L. Brown
    112 of 117 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t toss your old router! … and other suggestions, March 20, 2011
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    L. Brown (Colorado, USA) –
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    This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND Ultimate Wireless N300 Router , Gigabit, 300Mbps, USB port , 3 Detachable Antenna x3/ IP QoS/ QSS Button (Personal Computers)

    Some suggestions:
    (1) Use the instructions in the Users Guide for installing the router – the installation software on the CD didn’t work for me, but the written instructions are clear enough.

    (2) Update the firmware before you get too far in configuring the router.
    There was a nasty bug in the installed firmware that caused the router to freeze if you tried to display wireless statistics. This is fixed in the firmware dated August, 2010.

    (2) If you’re thinking of replacing an old b/g wireless router with this, don’t toss the old router yet!
    Many wireless devices such as printers and music systems (like Sonos) do not support the 11n standard yet. At first I tried running the TP-Link router in mixed b/g/n mode. For some reason the performance was exceptionally slow. But, it’s easy to link your old router into the network so that the b/g devices will use the old router. The TP-Link router can then be set to 11n-only for excellent performance for devices that support it. Here’s how to do it:

    - Give each router a different IP address, say 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2. Make sure both are outside the range of dynamic IP addresses.

    - Give both routers the same SSID so that they will form a single network.

    - Assign each router to different wireless channels. (1 or 6 or 11 are usually recommended).

    - Turn off DHCP or other WAN support in the b/g router. Set up the TP-Link with WAN support (such as DHCP) and connect to the ADSL or cable modem.

    - In the b/g router, add the MAC addresses of the 11n devices to its MAC filter list. These are devices you DON’T want to connect to it.
    (Of course, if you have many more 11n devices than b/g ones, do the reverse: create a filter list with only the devices you DO want to connect).

    - Link the b/g router to any LAN port on the TP-Link router with an Ethernet cable.

    That should be it. Enjoy!

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  2. Comment by D. Smith "Tex"
    112 of 119 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome Router for DD-WRT, April 28, 2011
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    D. Smith “Tex” (South Texas) –
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    This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND Ultimate Wireless N300 Router , Gigabit, 300Mbps, USB port , 3 Detachable Antenna x3/ IP QoS/ QSS Button (Personal Computers)

    I bought two of these routers with the intention of flashing them with DD-WRT. Both flashed extremely fast and easily without any hitches and can be flashed via the router’s web GUI (no Telnet, etc). Both routers have been running non stop ever since flashing them and have worked perfectly. I have been very pleased thus far with TP-Link products, especially after having a lot of issues with Belkin routers (hangs, slooooow response, rebooting, over-heating, etc). You can’t beat the price vs features with this TL-WR1043ND (for sure when using DD-WRT, but even the original TP-Link firmware is still very usable). I my opinion this is the best price vs features gigabit router on the market for DD-WRT.

    For those interested, here are some hardware specs:

    Platform………..Atheros AR9132 @ 400 MHz
    FCC ID………….TE7WR1043NX
    Wireless NIC…Atheros AR9103 3×3 MIMO
    WLAN…………..802.11b/g/n
    LAN……………..4/gigabit
    WAN…………….1/gigabit
    RAM……………..32 MB
    Flash……………8 MB
    Serial Port…….1 (internal)
    JTAG……………1 (internal)
    USB……………..1 (external)
    Input Voltage…12V 1.5A

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  3. Comment by Robert Glover
    45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than previous N router, December 10, 2009
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    Robert Glover
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    This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND Ultimate Wireless N300 Router , Gigabit, 300Mbps, USB port , 3 Detachable Antenna x3/ IP QoS/ QSS Button (Personal Computers)

    I bought this to replace belkin wireless N+ router (you can see my review for the belkin N+). The signal from may laptops to belkin would vary between 1Mbps – 48Mbps, and often losing the signal all together. This is with using built in wireless G. I added belkin wireless N adapter and signal would then range from 11Mbps – 120Mbps, but far fewer drops. I replaced with this TP-Link TL-WR1043 and after 1 week, I get no wireless drop outs at all. My laptop with built in wireless G consistently reports 54Mbps and my laptop with the belkin N adapter generally reports 120Mbps (sometimes dropping to 60Mbps, sometimes as high as 150Mbps).

    I should note that the TP-Link router is in the same exact location where my old belkin was, and my laptops are in the same exact location. So I have not varied distance nor obstacles between router & laptops. My laptops are ~75 feet from router in separate building, nearest neighbor ~.75 miles, so no change in interference from neighbors.

    Now if only I could figure out how to get 300Mbps. I have tried from several other locations, but best I ever get is 150Mbps. But as this greatly exceeds my connection to ISP, it is not really a big issue. Oddly enough, if I move closer to the router, I get slower connection (~30Mbps) with N adapter but still get 54Mbps with build-in wireless G adapter.

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