TD-W8950ND
   

Tp-Link Td-W8950Nd Wireless N150 Adsl2+ Modem Router, 2.4Ghz 150Mbps, 802.11B/g/n, Annex A, Splitter, 5Dbi Detachable Antenna

  • Brand: Tp Link
  • Category: Wireless Routers
  • connectivity: 150 Mbps
  • wireless speed: wireless
TP-LINK 150Mbps Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router TD-W8950ND is a high performance modem router that provides a full rate of ADSL2+ standard with the superb reliability and a cost-effective solution for home and small business. It is a 3-in-1 device that combines the function of a high-speed DSL modem, a 4-Port 10/100Mbps NAT router and a wireless Lite N access point. Using the TD-W8950ND, you can easily create a secure and high-speed wireless network and enjoy more kinds of bandwidth consuming applications like HD video streaming wirelessly which can not be accommodated by 11g products, from anywhere in your entire home or even the yard. One-Stop Solution As a 3-in-1 device,TD-W8950ND combines the functions of a high speed DSL modem, a 4-Port 10/100Mbps NAT router and a wireless Lite N access point. 
  • High speed DSL modem, NAT router and wireless access point in one device provides one-stop networking solution
  • Easily setup a WPA encryption secured connection at a push of QSS button QoS enables smooth
  • Easy Setup Assistant1 provides quick & hassle free installation WPA/WPA2 encryptions provide your network with active defense
  • Support up to 10 IPSec VPN tunnels simultaneously Auto-reconnect keeps you online indefinitely Backward compatible with 802.11b/g products
Brand TP-Link
Model TD-W8950ND
MPN TDW8950ND
UPC 0845973060404, 6935364060404, 711212198057, 845973060404
 
Key Features
Wireless Technology Wireless N
Wireless Speed 150 Mbps
Port Speed 10/100
USB for File Sharing No
Built in Modem Yes
Connectivity Wireless
Router Functionalities DHCP Server, DSL Modem, Firewall, VPN Pass-Thru, Wireless Access Point, Wireless Bridge
Port Qty 4-port
Antenna Type Detachable Antenna x 1
 
Interfaces
LAN Interfaces 10/100M
Additional Interfaces 1 x RJ-11 Phoneline
 
Standards
WLAN Standards IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
 
Protocols
General Protocols ATM, DHCP, IPSec, IPoA, L2TP, PPPoA, PPPoE, PPTP
Remote Management Protocols HTTP, SNMP 1, SNMP 2c, SSL
Routing Protocols IGMP, Static Routing
VPN Protocols IPSec Pass-Thru, L2TP Pass-Thru, PPTP Pass-Thru
 
Firewall / VPN
Firewall Features DoS Prevention, IP Filtering, MAC Address Filtering, NAT, Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI), URL Filtering
VPN Protocols IPSec Pass-Thru, L2TP Pass-Thru, PPTP Pass-Thru
 
Wireless
802.11b Data Rates 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps
802.11g Data Rates 54 Mbps, 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 28 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 6 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps
Max Transfer Rate 24 Mbps
Modulation 16QAM, 64QAM, BPSK, CCK, DBPSK, DQPSK, DSSS, OFDM, QPSK
Security WEP 128-bit, WEP 64-bit, WPA, WPA - PSK, WPA2, WPA2-PSK, Wireless MAC Address Filtering
 
Other Features
Additional Features DMZ Support, UPnP Certified
 
Dimensions
Height 1.1 in.
Width 6.9 in.
Depth 4.7 in.
Weight 20 lb

 

Comments

exrookie 3.5
First off, the product works well once you get it set up. However, if you have Centurylink as your DSL provider, be aware that the setup instructions given by TP-Link will get you to a point where you are showing that you have the modem/router set up correctly but you will not receive a signal wirelessly. When I called TP-Link Customer service to walk through setting up (because it's not working they way they said to set up) they said I would have to contact Centurylink for the info needed to s ... et up. Then, Centurylink (because they apparently only want you to rent/buy modem/routers from then instead of buying them elsewhere cheaper and with faster delivery) will NOT give you the info needed to set up unless you buy some monthly "help with non-Centurylink modems" plan, or buy one of their modem/routers!!! After 4 phone calls between TP-Link and CenturyLink which were mostly a waste of time (except the last one to CenturyLink, I did have the satisfaction of telling them what I think of their ways considering the amount of $$$ I pay them for both my home and my office telephone and DSL accounts), I finally figured out the settings needed to set up with Centurylink, and because I am a nice person I will give them to you so you won't have to spend 4 hours and much frustration getting this set up (I set up 2 of them, one for office and one at home, the home one took 4 hours, the office one maybe took 4 minutes because I had the settings straight). 1. Connect everything per TP-Link Instructions 2. Open IE (will show unable to connect to internet) 3. In address bar type 192.168.1.1 4. For Username type in: admin and for Password type in: admin 5. Choose Quick Setup 6. These are the important things you need which Centurylink will refuse to provide: VPI: 8, VCI 35, WAN Link Type: IPoE, and it's a Dynamic IP Protocol (you will have places on the setup where you choose this information) Hopefully, Centurylink won't change any of their setting in order to further irritate future non-Centurylink modem/router purchasers. More >