Tag: router

Buffalo Nfiniti WIRELESS-N WZR-HP-G300NH

Last week, I bought a Buffalo Nfiniti WIRELESS-N WZR-HP-G300NH at NCIX. It is $106.39 with tax. This device is a router, wireless router, Access Point 802.11B/G/N Draft N Gigabit QoS USB NAS. The features here:   Designed to IEEE 802.11n Draft 2.0 specifications   Wireless connections up to 300 Mbps*   MovieEngine QoS feature to

Improve VOIP traffic in WRT54G

Requirement: WRT54G Router, DD-WRT 24 Sp1 firmware. To improve VOIP traffic in the network, I put VOIP adapter mac address into the QoS features. * Under ‘MAC Priority’, enter the MAC Address of the device * Click ‘add’ * click ‘Save changes’ I put my SPA-2002 VOIP adapter at Premium priority. After one week using,

Got a Linksys WRT54G router

I have a D-Link WBR1310. After two months usage, I found it is not suitable for my network environment. The features are so limited. I need a powerful router will tons of advanced settings. OK. I bought a Linksys WRT54G router last week. It is a discontinued product. I got one from the Office Depot,

DD-WRT Emule setting to improve performance

To get better performance and let other Internet activities work, I set my router’s DD-WRT as below: Change IP Filter Setting, Max Ports 4096 TCP Timeout 120 UDP Timeout 120 The smaller timeout will drop in-active connection faster. Emule is one kind of P2P software. All P2P needs a lot of connections anytime. If “ip-conntrack”

6 Steps to Secure Your Home Wireless Network

I use D-Link WBR-1310 as a sample to show you the 6 steps to protect your home wireless network. 1. Enable Encryption * WEP (Wired Equivalent Protection) 64-bit and 128-bit: WEP is an old wireless encryption standard. Never use WEP encryption, which can be hacked within seconds. * WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access): WPA-PSK is also